So, we thought it our civic duty to share ...
Virginia Montanez over at That's Church offers an eminently worthwhile re-cap of her own personal experience watching the game, including her thoughts on Denver safety Brian Dawkins' pre-game histrionics ("This is OUR house! This is OUR house!!") and the big turnout by Steelers' fans at Denver's stadium:
"Steeler Nation cares not whose house you think it is. We will take it over and make it our own and we’ll even put our feet up on your coffee table and drink your beer and take a poop in your bathroom and not give a darn how stinky we make the room. THAT’S how comfortable we are in your house."
Woody Paige, Denver Post, also marvels at the number of Steelers' fans who were at Invesco Field and wonders "Whose stadium is this, anyway?"
One for the Other Thumb reviews some of the highlights and promised a re-cap, added here.
Lynn Zinser, New York Times, craps all over the "hoodie" sideline apparel choice favored by Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels and established by Bellichick himself. Ms. Zinser favors Mike Tomlin's look: "Now, we’ll have whatever Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin is wearing, please. If the master himself (Bellichick) loses to the Colts this weekend, the hoodie might find its way back to the clearance rack at Big Lots. And the fashion world will rejoice."
Post-game analysis from Romi Bean, cheerleader for the Denver Broncos. Love those chaps, by the way.
Nice Pick Cowher offers a nice re-cap of Monday night's game.
Alex Marvez, Fox Sports, says the Steelers are regaining their Super Bowl swagger and are the team no team "should want to face." Steel Triangle dissents, however, and believes the Cinci Bengals actually can't wait to face the Steelers on Sunday. Be careful what you wish for, Bengals.