|If Super Bowl XL was Jerome Bettis' final game, he went out on top.|
The Steelers completed an improbable journey to the trophy, living up to the billing as Super Bowl favorites after winning three road games to advance to Detroit. Winning the franchise's first championship since the days of Terry Bradshaw wasn't always pretty, especially for quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, but between a big run from Willie Parker, a surprise heave from Antwaan Randle El and the team's signature defensive excellence, the Steelers got it done.
So what's your instant analysis of the game, SportsNation? What was the turning point? Who would have earned your MVP vote? And was this Roethlisberger's first step toward matching Bradshaw's legacy?