Super Bowl XLIII: Fourth and Goal

It was perhaps the most bone-rattling hit of the 2008 NFL season, a devastating missile strike by free safety Ryan Clark that effectively clinched a seventh trip to the Super Bowl for the Pittsburgh Steelers. With 3:34 to go in the fourth quarter of the Jan. 18 AFC Championship game, Clark launched himself at Willis McGahee, propelling his right shoulder pad and the top of his helmet into the Baltimore Ravens running back’s face mask.

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