End-arounds and flea-flickers? Why not?Posted: Updated:
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Trickery has a place at the Super Bowl, and the Steelers and Cardinals aren't above using it to win.
Yes, both teams' repertoires are spiced with shenanigans.
The Steelers prefer to smash opponents into submission, but the biggest play in their most recent Super Bowl victory was an end-around pass for the clinching touchdown.
The Cardinals are very comfortable with the unorthodox, too.
They used a 62-yard flea-flicker from Kurt Warner to J.J. Arrington, back to Warner, and then downfield to Larry Fitzgerald, for a touchdown in the NFC championship game win over Philadelphia.