Greatest week ever
Joe Theismann talks about how winning the Super Bowl still affects his life and offers a bit of advice to both quarterbacks.
I had the pleasure of winning a Super Bowl in my first try, and it was one of the most amazing moments of my life -- and it still affects my everyday life. There isn't a day that goes by that someone doesn't come up and ask me how it was to win a Super Bowl. All my other accomplishments as an athlete pale in comparison to what my team accomplished on Jan. 30, 1983. Winning the NFL's MVP award, my induction into the College Football Hall of Fame and the records I set at Notre Dame mean nothing in comparison to hoisting the Super Bowl trophy.
The two quarterbacks in Super Bowl XL have to realize that and recognize how important this game will be to the rest of their lives, but they also have to enjoy the game.
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