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The Pittsburgh Steelers mission for a 5th Super Bowl title was a legendary journey that took 26 years to finish. In 2004, the Steelers finished with the best record in the history of the AFC, just to lose the national championship for the 5th time in their last six shots. The loss was especially unpleasant for the Steeler family due to the fact that numerous presumed it would be the final game of Jerome Bettis' profession. However the 5th all-time leading rush in NFL history returned in 2005, hoping for one more chance at a title. In Week 14, with the team 7-5 and the season on the line, Bettis ran for 101 yards and 2 touchdowns in a 21-9 triumph over the NFC North champion Chicago Bears. The Steelers did not lose again. Highlighted by a "heart-stopping" sequence that will forever be understood in Pittsburgh as the Spotless Redemption, the Steelers unlikely go to a title consisted of wins on the roadway over the top three seeds in the AFC, the Cincinnati Bengals, the Indianapolis Colts and the Denver Broncos. In Super Bowl XL, played in Jerome Bettis' hometown of Detroit, the Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks and ended up being the very first 6th seed in NFL history to win everything. Own a piece of history! The most prepared for and viewed sporting occasion of the year. Total with highlights from the Steelers regular season, playoffs and the huge game itself. The 2006 release contains over 3 complete hours of action, in addition to the pre-game, post-game, half-time shows and lots of behind-the-scenes footage.The Super Bowl XL DVD is an in-depth wrap-up of the Pittsburgh Steelers 'go to the championship. Nevertheless, it's a step below many 21st-century Super Bowl DVDs in that the bulk of the material concentrates on the Steelers '2005-2006 season as a whole, with just 17 minutes of the three hours dedicated to real Super Bowl game video footage. The main program is a 73-minute rundown of the season's highs and lows, peaking naturally in the playoffs and the final showdown with the Seattle Seahawks. Highlighting the benefit material is a 45-minute Video game of the Week on the championship game in between the Steelers and Indianapolis Colts, which means there's a lot more time dedicated to that second-round game than to the Super Bowl itself. That's not necessarily a bad thing, due to the fact that it was a better-played game with a thrilling ending. The other notable benefit function is the 14-minute halftime efficiency by the Rolling Stones. Additional material includes"wired"sectors by coach Costs Cowher and running back Jerome Bettis, Bettis's on-field post-game retirement announcement, stories on running back Willie Parker and Steelers history by NFL Films 'Steve Sabol, Media Day interviews (just of the Steelers, and controversial linebacker Joey Porter has nothing interesting to say here ), and a variety of NFL commercials. Steelers fans will want this in their collections, however it loses if you're searching for video footage of the real game.-- David Horiuchi

Product Features

Artist: ARTIST NOT PROVIDED genre: FOOTBALL product type: DVD rating: NR Release Date: 21-MAY-2013