President Barack Obama's team the Pittsburgh Steelers won Superbowl 43 against the Arizona Cardinals 27-23. The historic game was exciting with the most jaw dropping play we ever saw happening when James Harrison intercepted the ball and scored a touchdown after running 100 yards across the field. AMAZING!!! Harrison was so light on his feet and fast that it looked like a bullet time scene from the Matrix. It looked like everyone was trying to tackle Harrison in slow mo and he just kept running and dodging at high speed. Harrison made Superbowl history and the Steelers made history when they won their 6th Superbowl. Congrats to the Steelers it was a great game. Check out some highlights including Harrison's play at the 3:10 mark.
SUPERBOWL 43 HIGHLIGHTS AND THE MVP AWARD ANNOUNCED
James Harrison didn't win the Defensive Player of the Year award by making plays like this. He's a sacker and a run-stuffer, not a long-distance runner. Didn't matter. Harrison went the distance on a 100-yard interception return — one of the greatest plays in Super Bowl and Steelers history — to swing the NFL title game on Sunday night when it appeared the Arizona Cardinals were ready to take the halftime lead. The Steelers went on to win their record sixth Super Bowl, 27-23. On a first-and-goal play from the Steelers 2 with 18 seconds left in the half, Warner threw a short pass over the middle intended for Anquan Boldin, who had made two catches for 11 yards on the previous two plays. Harrison, the Steelers' right outside linebacker, read the play perfectly and cut in front of Boldin to make the interception at the goal line and take off up the Arizona sideline. The All-Pro linebacker was slowed twice on either side of the 50, with Warner himself trying and missing to make the tackle, before being hauled down by Larry Fitzgerald's face-mask tackle — but not before thrusting the ball across the goal line. source