|With halftime acts like Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones, no wonder the Super Bowl is a spectacle.|
By beating the Broncos in Denver on Sunday, the Pittsburgh Steelers join the 1985 New England Patriots as the only teams to accomplish that arduous task. And while the Patriots didn't fare so well in Super Bowl XX against the Bears, the Steelers head to Detroit with the momentum that comes with transforming from the AFC's No. 6 seed into the No. 1 seed.
The Steelers are a hot story after rolling through Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Denver, but the Seahawks have authored a pretty compelling read of their own in losing only once since Oct. 2 (and that in a Week 17 game at Green Bay that didn't matter). With the league MVP and a title drought in the Pacific Northwest, the Seahawks will head to Detroit with high hopes.
It's the Steelers and Seahawks for all the marbles in Super Bowl XL, but the big game is about more than handing out the Lombardi Trophy. We want to know what you make of the entire event, SportsNation. How much would you shell out to see your favorite team in the Super Bowl? Is there any other event you'd rather witness in person?
You've got two weeks to prepare for the biggest event in American sports, but now is the time to have your say!