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Steelers Super Bowl Difference Makers Posters

February 4, 2009

Hey folks! As many people witnessed, Super Bowl 43 in Tampa Bay was all about big plays, as most close games are. It’s all about the difference makers; Larry Fitzgerald’s big catch and run, Kurt Warner’s tremendous game and Ben Roethlisberger’s late game winning drive. However, the two biggest plays in Super Bowl 43 belonged to the Pittsburgh Steelers’ James Harrison and Santonio Holmes. These two men created eye popping, jaw dropping plays that essentially sealed 6th NFL championship for the city of Pittsburgh.

Santonio Holmes SUPER BOWL XLIII MVP Poster (2009)

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Commemorating an emerging NFL superstar, and an instant Pittsburgh Steelers legend! This spectacular poster celebrates the MVP performance of the dynamic, sure-handed, acrobatic Santonio Holmes in Super Bowl XLIII, February 1, 2009, when his toe-dragging 6-yard TD reception with just 36 seconds remaining capped off a career game for the player, and a historic victory for his team. In an amazing black-and-gold design, the poster gives you a commemorative title, Santonio’s stats line for the game, and three photographic images, including the winning catch itself!

James Harrison 100 YARDS! Super Bowl XLIII Touchdown Poster 16″x20″ Photographic Print

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It is a play that will live on forever in football lore – the longest play in Super Bowl history! With just 18 seconds left in the first half, Kurt Warner and the Arizona Cardinals snapped the ball from the Steelers’ two yard line, poised to either tie the game on a field goal, or take the lead with a touchdown, heading into the half. But Warner’s attempt to hit his receiver in the end zone with a quick pass backfired, as the NFL’s defensive player of the year was in the neighborhood. Reading the play perfectly, James Harrison stepped in front of the intended target on the goal line, intercepted the pass, and started to run…and run he did! One hundred yards of great blocks, missed tackles, and true perseverance later, Harrison made it to the end zone…and the rest is history! This legendary photograph captures the scene to perfection: from the cheering fans in the stands, to the fallen Steelers blockers on the field, to the desperate Cardinals players chasing in vain, to the great Troy Polamalu already celebrating from a field’s length away, it’s all here, a moment of history for your wall!

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