Thursday, January 29, 2009

Clutch Performances

The Super Bowl is the biggest stage in the league. As the old adage goes, big players make big plays in big games. Well, we've compiled some big-time players to get you pumped up for the game. Here's our top 10 clutch performances of all time:

10. Ferris Bueller owns Ed Rooney

Normally we're not ones for seeing Rooney's get served. But this was a clutch performance by Bueller and company.

9. Wayne Campbell decides on Bohemian Rhapsody.

In a clutch move, Wayne opts for Queen, creating one of the most unforgettable sequences ever.

8. V wrecks people

If only Willie Parker could fly through defenders like this, we'd be unstoppable.

7. Don Corleone makes an offer

The Godfather has come up big-time for us this year, and this was about as clutch a move as he could make.

6. St. Crispin's Day

Rousing speech to get the troops motivated.

5. Bluto's Speech


4. Vintage Jules

Does he look like a bitch?

3. Luke Skywalker destroys the Death Star.

Big time move by Luke switching off his computer and still pulling it off. Han Solo throws the key block to spring him free.

2. William Wallace

Enough said.

1. Aragorn rallies the troops in front of the Black Gate

We've gone to the King of Gondor as our game-day performer a few times throughout the season, and he was undefeated on the road. If you want someone to lead your attack against a seemingly unbeatable foe, look no further than Aragorn. Solid.

Go Steelers!!

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