It's hard to believe it's been 15 years.
The year of 50+ sacks.
The year of James Harrison & LaMarr Woodley combining for 27.5 sacks.
The year of an epic AFC Championship Game between the Steelers and Ravens at Heinz Field, punctuated by Ryan Clark's thundering hit on Willis McGahee and Troy Polamalu's game-clinching pick-six.
The year of Harrison's 100-yard interception return in Super Bowl XLIII, Larry Fitzgerald's go-ahead 64-yard TD catch & run, and the amazing final drive orchestrated by Ben Roethlisberger and finished off by Santonio Holmes' end zone toe-tap.
It's also one of just four years in Steelers' franchise history where they had the #1 ranked defense in the NFL in both Yards Allowed and Points Allowed.
And it's the last time this storied franchise won a Super Bowl.
In Episode 3 of "Oh Momma: The Story of the 2008 Steel Curtain Defense, brought to you by South Hills Kia," two-time Super Bowl champion cornerback Bryant McFadden is featured. Now the host of the All Things Covered podcast with his cousin and current Steeler Patrick Peterson, 'B-Mac' reveals details about the preparation leading up to Super Bowl XLIII that helped make Harrison's historic pick-six possible.
He also elaborates on the special bond that continues to exist to this day between members of the 2008 defense.