Me and my ticker would have been perfectly satisfied had the Steelers maintained their 20-7 advantage at the beginning of the fourth quarter, though the coming-back-to-win-in-dazzling-fashion things seems more in keeping with the larger theme of this season.
Forgoing a full recap now because I'm overcome with celebration and drink, I'll reflect on just a few of the memorable moments: James Harrison getting the longest play in Super Bowl history. LaMarr Woodley notching another two sacks for the fourth consecutive time in a playoff game. The time where Bruce Arians actually called a pretty decent game in the Super Bowl. Hines crying after the game while holding his kid. Mike Tomlin becomming the youngest Super Bowl-winning coach ever.
Oh, and there's always THE GAME-WINNING FINAL DRIVE BY (hater-described overrated game manager) BEN ROETHLISBERGER AND INSANE CATCH BY SANTONIO HOLMES IN TRIPLE COVERAGE TO SECURE A RECORD SIXTH RING. That was some kind of nice.
And now to sleep the sleep of boozy champions. Santonio must be dipping into the celebration weed as well.