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Steelers’ James Harrison breaks down his historic Super Bowl play

James Harrison, Steelers

Retired Pittsburgh Steelers great James Harrison took time to break down the former linebacker’s “favorite play” of his storied, 15-year NFL career—the Super Bowl XLIII 100-yard interception return to end the first half (via NFL).

Harrison’s breathless celebration and cathartic moment capped the first half of the eventual Super Bowl victory for the Steelers. The all-out determination and will to win from the by then nine-year veteran Harrison was a glorious moment for football fans during the biggest stage of the game.

Harrison and the Steelers won their second Super Bowl in three years, dominated by their impressive defensive unit highlighting standout moments from Harrison and star safety Troy Polamalu.

Harrison’s first-half interception of Arizona Cardinals star Kurt Warner gave the Steelers’ a two-score lead over the NFC champs going into halftime, and the rest is history.

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