With Super Bowl 52 set, the memories always come racing back.
The question this week that SB Nation was asked to answer is what is the Best Moment in Super Bowl History for you?
For Arizona Cardinals fans, if you want to remember the pain of Super Bowl 43, then harken back nine years with me.
The Arizona Cardinals trail the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-16 with 2:48 left in the game.
It’s 2-10 from the Cardinals 36-yard line.
They go four wide, with Kurt Warner in shotgun, flanked by J.J Arrington.
The play is a standard goal line play, using the natural rub route, Larry Fitzgerald runs a slant, yet, for a simple play, it’s something I will never forget.
I still get chills listening to Al Michaels on the call. The idea that the Arizona Cardinals, with two minutes and change were leading the Super Bowl, it was the first time it seemed real.
All the crap that we had taken for years, the blistering heat in Sun Devil Stadium, being overrun by Dallas Cowboys fans every year, and being the laughing stock of the NFL, it seemed to all be worth it.
We know the end, we know the heartbreak. Yet, until the Cardinals hold the Lombardi Trophy, for me, there will never be a greater moment in Super Bowl history.