POLL: Steelers Greatest Super Bowl Scoring Play
Which play was better? Watch the videos then scroll to the bottom to vote.
Santonio Holmes’ touchdown corner catch in Super Bowl 43
When it mattered most, Santonio Holmes made one of the greatest catches in Super Bowl history. Holmes was a mad man on the 92-yard drive to give the Steelers the lead, and capped it off in dramatic style with his amazing toe-tapping reception in the back corner of the end zone. Forget about the play before where a much easier catch sailed through his hands…all you need to remember is this:
Willie Parker’s record breaking 75 yard touchdown run in Super Bowl 40
Willie Parker might not be the most notable Steelers running back in history, but he will forever hold a piece of history as his 75-yard run is still the longest Super Bowl run in the history of the game. Parker’s run helped open the door for the Steelers to eventually win Super Bowl 40 and was a play which most Steelers fans recall as the play (34 counter pike) was run to perfection. Need more proof? Just watch and enjoy.
James Harrison’s record breaking 100 yard interception touchdown return in Super Bowl 43
An unforgettable moment like the other two scoring plays, Harrison is exhausted after returning a Kurt Warner interception “goal line-to-goal line” at the end of the first half.
Whose Super Bowl Scoring Play was Better
Brian Christopher Jenkins