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7 Big Ben Roethlisberger leds
Jerome Bettis ended his memorable NFL career on top in his hometown. The 33-year-old running back announced his retirement Sunday night immediately after the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-10 in Super Bowl XL at Ford Field.
Hines Ward accepted the Most Valuable Player trophy, but the award could have easily have gone to Big Ben, Alan Faneca, Antwaan Randle El or Willie Parker. Parker set an NFL record during Sunday's third-quarter when he broke free for a 75-yard touchdown, the longest running play in Super Bowl history.
scored the touchdown, but Alan Faneca created a hole large enough to drive
a truck through!
Most Offensive Linemen today are a BUNCH of 'FAT SLOB's' who weigh between 350 to 380 pounds. Most of these guys will be better remembered 'FOR BEING BURIED IN A PIANO CASE THEN ANYTHING THEY DO ON THE FOOTBALL FIELD!
Alan Faneca is an EXCEPTION to the rule. He is one of the BEST Offensive Guard's that has EVER PLAYED THE GAME! Faneca was the number one draft pick of the Steelers in 1998 and has been a starter since the middle of his rookie year. He has a reputation as a devastating run-blocker.
Running back Willie Parker took a pitchout from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and swept left. Parker then handed the ball off to wide receiver Antwaawn Randle El. Randle El, a quarterback in college at Indiana where he passed for more career yards than Payton Manning, stopped and threw the ball down the right sideline to Ward, completing the 43-yard scoring play and giving the Steelers a commanding 11-point lead.
The Steelers need to re-sign Randle El, because he can really light up the scoreboard. Too hard to "Handle-Randle" EL has super-quick feet, great vision, balance and he can throw the rock.
You know a player is exciting when he has a laundry list of nicknames. Kordell Stewart used to call him "Mimi-me". Slash II; Spiderman; The Creator; "El Producto"; and the one I like best. WORLD CHAMPION!
Randle El played his High School football at Thornhill High School in Chicago and his goal was the Super Bowl. Is it any surprise that Pittsburgh put all their eggs in the basket of a former Chicago High School Athlete. "We're not here to start no trouble. We're just here to do the Super Bowl Shuffle! DEE DEE!!! Ha ha!
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