Take a look at the chart on the left, detailing the NFL’s 32 teams and 42-year Super Bowl history leading up to this season. Either team will make history with a win.
The Steelers, playing in their seventh Super Bowl and second in four years, can break a tie with Dallas and San Francisco to become the first team to win six Super Bowls.
On the flipside, the Cardinals are appearing in the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history, leaving just five teams without a Super Bowl appearance.
The Cardinals will attempt to become the 18th NFL franchise to win the Vince Lombardi trophy. The Steelers will attempt to become the first franchise to have enough rings to start loading up a second hand.
The smashmouth tradition of the Steelers against the high-octane offense, nobody-believed-in-us Cardinals. It’s Super Bowl XLIII, and it’s 13 days away, so expect plenty of hype, stories, analysis and predictions between now and kickoff on Feb. 1.
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