Super Bowl XLIII seems to be all about the Steelers. The Cardinals can change that if QB Kurt Warner writes a great ending to what has been a storybook season, writes John Clayton.
The Seahawks needed a lift and defensive coordinator John Marshall provided it with a blitz package that knocked the Raiders cold.
Despite a fast start and an early lead, Seattle couldn't overcome its penalties, dropped passes and missed field goals.
Injuries, especially to safety Marquand Manuel, were part of the Seahawks' downfall.
Coach Mike Holmgren thinks he has his Seahawks ready for Super Bowl XL. John Clayton thinks he knows how Seattle can win.
John Clayton breaks down why he thinks the Seahawks have a slight edge over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XL.
Despite head injuries that have kept him off the field, safety Ken Hamlin has continued to uplift the Seahawks.