Seele, I understand that you are a big Pittsburgh fan and are understandably happy they "won", but I can't imagine how you can call it a "great game to watch." See, unlike most of the country and unlike most of the people at the stadium in Detroit and unlike all of the referees on the field, I was hoping for a Seahawks win. That game was horrible. But, don't take my word for it... read just about every account of the game, anywhere.
The only people truly satisfied are folks like you: Steeler fans who couldn't care less that their team won due to a HUGE assist from the guys in white striped outfits. You earned your trophy with one of *the* *worst* *quarterback* performance in history. You earned your trophy despite a phantom touchdown from said quarterback that should never have been called, an offensive pass interference call that should never have been called, a holding call that would have put the Seahawks at the one yard line and ready for the go ahead score and a missed off sides call on the same play, a completely idiotic blocking call on a guy who was making a *tackle* for chris' sakes.
But, don't take my word for it. After all, I'm probably as big a Seahawk fan as you are a Steeler fan. I grew up with them and have watched them despite 30 years of misery. I still remember the 1984 championship, crystal clear, even though I was just a little kid at the time. Trust me, bad officiating against the Seahawks is nothing new. Go and google Testaverde's "Phantom Touchdown" to see what I mean. However, I know I'm not hallucinating. If you read ESPN, Foxsports, or many of the national rags it is apparent that any honest observer can see that this game was either willfully fixed OR subject to some of the worst officiating in Superbowl history.
The Seahawks were clearly the better team. Problem is, the game wasn't Seahawks VS Steelers... it was Seahawks VS ( Steeler's + Refs )