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Steelers up 17-7 over Cards to start 3rd quarter

Well, if entertainment is important to a Super Bowl, this one is going to halftime riding the wave of the most entertaining play I can remember ever seeing in an NFL game.

Pittsburgh linebacker James Harrison just returned an interception 100 yards to give the Steelers a 17-7 lead in Super Bowl Extra Large III.

The Cardinals were at the 2 yard line when Kurt Warner threw a pass intended for Anquan Boldin. Harrison, the NFL Defensive Player of the Year, stepped in front of the pass at the goal line and rumbled, bumbled, stumbled for 100 yards until he crossed the other goal line.

Aaaamaaaazing!

The NFL is declaring it the longest play in league history. I am officially delcaring it the greatest momentum swinging moment and the most outrageous play in Super Bowl history.

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