Can't-miss plays of Super Bowl XLIII

LaMarr Woodley puts an end to the Cardinals' last-second attempt to post their first Super Bowl victory by stripping the ball from Kurt Warner.

   With 35 seconds left in 
  Super Bowl XLIII, 
  Santonio Holmes scores the game-winning touchdown, giving the 
  Steelers a sixth 
  Super Bowl title. 

Larry Fitzgerald turns a short pass play into a 64-yard score that gives the Cardinals their first lead of the game and caps a rally from 13 points down.

   A critical first-down pass play is brought back and a safety is called on the 
  Steelers because of holding in the end zone. 
   Fitzgerald helps spark a stellar 
  Cardinals second-half comeback by snagging this 1-yard touchdown pass out of the air. 

James Harrison returns an interception 100 yards as time expires in the first half for the longest touchdown in Super Bowl history.

Cardinals LB Karlos Dansby has one of the seminal moments of Super Bowl XLIII with this second-quarter interception off a deflected pass.

   Warner stumbles, regains his footing and somehow hooks up with 

Ben Patrick for the Cardinals' first score of Super Bowl XLIII.

   One minute into the second quarter, Gary Russell scores the 
  Steelers' first touchdown of 
  Super Bowl XLIII on this 1-yard touchdown plunge. 
   As he is wont to do, 
  Ben Roethlisberger escapes the clutches of the 
  Cardinals' defense to complete a first-down pass to 
  Heath Miller. 

Cardinals rookie CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie thwarts a long pass from Roethlisberger to Nate Washington and a likely TD with this play.

   After further review, the 
  Cardinals' defense stands strong on a Roethlisberger goal-line rush and holds the 
  Steelers to a field goal. 
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