Can you imagine what a player is thinking while participating in the biggest game -- and the biggest play -- of his life?
Well, ESPN.com will tell you.
NFC West blogger Mike Sando, ESPN's Pedro Gomez, NFL editor John Banks and I collaborated on a Super Bowl project called "Inside A Moment In Time." It chronicles last year's 100-yard interception return by Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison, which is arguably the greatest play in Super Bowl history.
We have detailed insight and reaction from everyone involved in the play, including Harrison, Pittsburgh teammates Troy Polamalu and LaMarr Woodley, and Arizona Cardinals receiver Larry Fitzgerald. We even got the official's perspective on the play.
It's a cool piece. So check it out.