CBNNews.com - Several players on the two teams in Sunday's Super Bowl game are devout Christians.
CBN sports reporter Shawn Brown is already on the scene in Tampa and has talked to those players about how their faith in Christ has shaped them on and off the field.
"It's by His grace. We're ordinary people, and were blessed to do extraordinary things. And I keep it in that perspective," said Mike Tomlin, Steelers Head Coach.
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"We know the big picture. Football is great, winning, super bowls, and the media attention but at the end of the day it really don't mean nothing. And your faith is all you have when you leave this world, so that's got to be first and most important in your life," said Larry Foote, Steelers Linebacker.
"It's very important. Its first and foremost you know that foundation is where everything else comes from for me," explained Travis Kirschke, Steelers Defensive End. "And He's blessed me with this opportunity a platform to speak for Him and lift Him up an its awesome."
"Every thing you do, every where I go you know, I'm trying to live up or represent Jesus," said Kurt Warner, Cardinals Quarterback.
My faith is what keeps me grounded you know. Your on a really big stage here and its easy to get caught in stuff," said Matt Ware, Cardinals Safety. "You know just the whole NFL lifestyle and stuff like that. And the Lord has brought me a long way."
"Without God theres nothing in my opinion," said Bertrand Berry, Cardinals Defensive End. "And I've said it before, that the reason that this team has experienced so much success is because our faith has increased this year."