Super Bowl Thoughts: 17-7 at the Half…

As America tunes in to see whether the Cardinals will win their first Super Bowl, or if the Steelers manage to earn a sixth one. Both teams have been fairly solid, but the Cardinals started out fairly weak, but they picked up the tempo as both teams scored a touchdown in the second quarter and got Larry Fitzgerald in the game. Pittsburgh took a 10-0 to start the game until the Arizona score.

However, Kurt Warner gave up an interception — a 100 yard return by James Harrison — with mere seconds left before halftime to go up 17-7 at the half. It looked like Arizona was going to score in one way or another, but the Harrison run — the longest play in Super Bowl history — has given the Steelers a nice cushion.

The second half should be interesting — real interesting.