Thursday, March 12, 2009

Picture of the Year: Cowboys Game

The Steelers played terrible for 54 minutes, then decided to show up for the last 6 of this game. And it's a good thing they did. In what will be remembered as one of the best games of the year, 007 led a drive that culminated with a touchdown pass to Heath Miller shortly after the two-minute warning. Out of the kickoff, the Steelers elected to use their timeouts on defense to try and get the ball back, but it didn't matter, because Deshea Townsend came up with the biggest interception of the year, which may have single-handedly torn apart the Cowboys season and locker room.

Of course, we can't forget that the pick-six came after Renegade.

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