First of all, yes, I am a hardcore Pittsburgh Steelers fan and proud to be one. Our Super Bowl season this year will always be amazing to me, and was truly magical.....beating not only the top 3 AFC seeds, but on the road, (including the runaway favorite, Indy) and also the #1 NFC seed in the Super Bowl. You can't overlook the fact that we also dominated the #2 NFC seed in the regular season, as well. But having only been a Steelers fan since 1997, which is when I became interested in the NFL, I don't have the luxury of remembering mroe than 1 championship season. My question to Pats fans is this....which of your team's Super Bowl championship runs was the most memorable, or best? Was it the 2001 Patriots, who defied all odds, getting a 1st round bye and wins over the highly touted Steelers and the overwhelmingly favored Rams? And all with the (at the time) youngest QB to win a Super Bowl? Was it the 2003 Pats, who overcame an opening day blowout to Buffalo and won possibly one of the greatest games ever played over Carolina in SBXXXVIII? All the while using a dominant defense, and overcoming a mediocre running game? Not to mention winning 15 straight if I remember correctly. Or was it the 2004 Patriots? The team that extended the record to 21 straight, and the team that always seemed to have that "invincible" aura about them? They were not quite as dominant defensively as the 2003 Pats, but were close to it, and their offense was overall far improved over their 2004 counterparts, with the addition of Corey Dillon. The 2004 Pats overcame slews of injuries week in and week out. And while the excitement level of SBXXXIX wasn't what it should have been, it was still a meeting of the 2 dominant teams that everyone picked in preseason, and the Patriots took home the title.