´ Steel Curtain Rising: Steelers Defeat Jets 24-19, Head to Super Bowl XLV!

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Monday, January 24, 2011

Steelers Defeat Jets 24-19, Head to Super Bowl XLV!

What a game!

What a tale of two halves!

What a way to celebrate Myron Cope’s birthday!

Thanks go out to Greg and Diane, Nick and of course Gustavo who came out to the Alamo to give Steelers Nation a presence in Buenos Aires!

The Steelers piled up a 24-3 lead in the first half, then held on for dear life in the second.

Hats off to Rex Ryan, Mark Sanchez, and the New York Jets. They could have easily mailed it in on the second half, but they fought the Steelers tooth and nail, turning in one of the most valiant performances in AFC Championship history.

In the end the Steelers prevailed, thanks to some stout defense and some smart offense.

On its on to Dallas for Super Bowl XLV to take on the Green Bay Packers.

Steel Curtain Rising will be back tomorrow with full analysis on the Steelers quest to climb the Stairway to Seven!

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