Who Won the 2009 Superbowl?

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In this post, we will look at who won the 2009 Superbowl because we have got Superbowl fever right now!

As of the writing of this post, the Superbowl is only a month away.  In fact, as we saw in the post When Is the SuperBowl This Year? this year’s Superbowl is one month from today exactly.

So, as you ask the questions, it is time to look back at who won the Superbowl in 2009?

We need to be careful when we ask this because the NFL takes place over the span of 2 years.  For instance, this year is the 2010 football season but the Superbowl actually takes place in the year 2011.

Last year, after I found out how to watch the Superbowl online, I remember what a great game it was as the New Orleans Saints took down the Indianapolis Colts by the score of 31-17.  Of course, this was the 2009 football season but the Superbowl took place in 2010.

As we look at who won the 2009 Superbowl, I remember what fond memories I had of that.  It was an amazing game that saw two quarterbacks, Kurt Warner and Ben  Roethlisberger, at the peak of their profession.  With little time left, Waner led the Phoenix Cardinals to the lead with a touchdown.  However, with even less time left Big Ben did the same thing and the Steelers won the Superbowl in 2009 by the score of 27-23.

It was a great Superbowl and I hope this year’s is equally incredible.

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Richard Cummings

Richard Cummings is writer, traveler, and web content developer.

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