The Arizona Cardinals continued their Cinderella postseason run by outlasting Philadelphia 32-25 for the Cardinals first trip to the Super Bowl.
And Pittsburgh now has an opportunity to win a NFL-record sixth Lombardi trophy after defeating Baltimore, 23-14.
The line is already out, and, of course, Arizona is a 6 1/2 point underdog.
It should be an good matchup, particularly with the way Arizona is playing offensively. Larry Fitzgerald is unstoppable right now, and with Anquan Boldin getting two weeks to rest a sore hamstring, watch out.
But if anybody can rattle Kurt Warner and Co., it's the Steelers' defense.
I don't know about you, but I'm still a bit shocked that the Cardinals are going to the big game. Don't get me wrong, they're a good team that got hot at the right time and deserve to be going to Tampa Bay.
But in the two games I watched them play against Seattle they looked like a solid team with some weaknesses that could be exploited, and certainly not like a team headed to the Super Bowl. I guess if you're a Seattle fan, Arizona's success should provide hope that the Seahawks can get things turned around quickly beginning next season.