America's Game: The 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers | Super Bowl XLIII

America's Game: The 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers | Super Bowl XLIII

Head Coach Mike Tomlin, Troy Polamalu, and Ben Roethlisberger Tell the Story of Their Electrifying Road to Super Bowl XLIII.

With the toughest schedule in the league, the 2008 Pittsburgh Steelers faced a rough road to a record sixth Super Bowl victory. Find out what philosophy SS Troy Polamalu lives and plays by, how QB Ben Roethlisberger felt to achieve every football players’ dream, what coaching point Head Coach Mike Tomlin made after watching practice tape that paid off with an interception being returned for a touchdown.

This episode includes exclusive video and sound of the Steelers during team meetings, practices, road trips, inside the locker room, and leading up to Super Bowl XLIII.

The story of the 2008 Steelers is told through the eyes of head coach Mike Tomlin, Troy Polamalu, and Ben Roethlisberger, who provide an intimate portrait of how they became Super Bowl champions. The show is narrated by Mad Men’s Golden Globe-winning actor Jon Hamm.

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  1. I remember my Mom telling me About how my Dad chewing a popsicle stick down to a nub during the second SB against Dallas in the 70's (he always shrugged it off). I didn't have popsicles but I finally understood!

  2. This should be called "The Super Bowl XLIII Refs." They won that game, not Pittsburgh. There was a block in the back during Harrison's interception return. Santonio Holmes didn't have his feet down on that "winning touchdown," and Kurt Warner didn't fumble that ball on that last drive. If you disagree with these facts, you don't know football.

  3. troy is always saying how good the other team's stories were and it seems like he enjoys playing the villian who ruins those stories that you wouldnt expect

  4. As a Giants fan, I was hoping we’d meet Pittsburgh in the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, it didn’t quite pan out, but I was happy the Steelers won. They were a fun team to watch and you always got the sense they were having fun every time they took the field

  5. We should have 8 rings not 6🤦🏽‍♂️

  6. "BIG" Ben Roethlisberger best qb in history.

  7. Mike Tomlin is ok, but a better coach would have won more super bowl.

  8. Only 3 times has a team with a record as bad as 9-7 made it to the Super Bowl. The '79 Rams, the '08 Cardinals and the '11 Giants. In 1979 and 2008 the Steelers were the beneficiaries of all of the upsets in the NFC. And in '79, the Rams had to start their back-up QB in SB XIV.

    And both years, the Steelers also benefited from having the #1 seed in the AFC upset in the Divisional Round after having gotten smoked by that team during the regular season. Additionally, in 2008, they didn't have to face Tom Brady, who was out for the season after getting injured in the 1st game of the year. Sometimes the breaks go your way.

  9. 31:51 Well there one block in the back.
    33:50 And there's Troy blocking Fitzgerald in the back.

  10. You can hate the Steelers, but there is no way you can hate Troy Polamalu.

  11. The Steelers have won 2 Super Bowls this century, one was won by the refs and the other by their defense. Ben Roethlisberger is the most overrated QB of the era, sorry Steelers fans but it’s true, since he lost that defense of the 2000’s the Steelers haven’t done jack

  12. 39:40 Biggest catch in Steelers history since the immaculate reception!

  13. I love how soft-spoken Troy is in this video, the way he plays on the field is not what you would expect him to be when he is just talking.

  14. The best run defense team

  15. It would have been cooler if the Eagles beat the Cardinals so it would be a Pennsylvania Super Bowl. McNabb, D Jackson, Brian Westbrook, Brian Dawkins and Hank Baskett would’ve shredded the Steelers in Super Bowl XLIII

  16. I watched the game against the Giants that fall and thought “Well, this isn’t a Super Bowl team.”

  17. I live in Australia and as much as I love gridiron football I will never see a live game of NFL football. However I am still entitled to an opinion and I believe the game should become truly international by granting a champion from the CFL and the European league entry into the playoffs as a wild card contender. Ofcourse the games are stacked against them but atleast the Lombardi goes to a World Champion. Maybe there is a better scheme than this, but you get the idea

  18. That defense was legendary 💪 given the predicament the offense was in that year

  19. It’s really sad that today’s political climate has ruined football and probably all the other sports too. I don’t think I will ever watch football again. At least I have some great memories.

  20. Fyi, America's game is baseball.

  21. Must be nice to have the officials in your back pocket. On Harrison's interception there were at least 3 penalties committed by Pittsburgh with no flags.

  22. Don’t forget steelers fans this Super Bowl came the year Brady tore his ACL week 1 vs KC also u robbed Larry Fitzgerald of his only chance of a Super Bowl and haven’t won since lol and since I was born in 95 the steelers have just 1 more Super Bowl than the Eagles and Ravens

  23. Loved the 2008 Steelers but their karma for giving up on Santonio Holmes before the 2010 season was losing the Super Bowl that year to the Packers. Holmes & Harrison were big reasons for the ring from 2008.

  24. Can't help but think how much better this episode would've been if the Cardinals had won.

  25. One of my favorite SB's of all time.

  26. As a Ravens fan I hated playing against that defense. It like BlitzBurgh 2.0 and everything we tried failed.

  27. Troy Polamalu for HOF! Get it done!

  28. Holmes didn't have 2 feet down.

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