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Pittsburgh Steelers Details
One decade can change the history of an institution. The Pittsburgh Steelers dominated the 1970’s NFL, and in ten years, the “Steel Curtain” earned four Super Bowl rings and rose the once-rocky franchise to greatness.
The Steelers weren’t always playoff contenders. In fact, even when the Steelers were a winning team, they had their flaws. Terry Bradshaw, among the most famous quarterbacks ever, was notorious for throwing interceptions. It wasn’t until the 1972 signing of running back Franco Harris that the Steelers became a threat.
Harris ran for over 1,000 yards and eleven touchdowns in 1972, but one moment defined his season. The 1972-3 AFC Wild Card was about to go to the Oakland Raiders. Pittsburgh, losing 7-6 with 22 seconds to go on their own 40-yard line, had little chance. Bradshaw, at times sublime and other times trigger-happy, threw a deep pass intended for Receiver John Fuqua. The Raiders knocked the pass. But, Harris was nearby. Harris scooped the pass before it hit the ground and ran it in for the win. The “Immaculate Reception” would go down in history as one of football’s most exciting plays ever, and the Steelers dynasty officially began.
”Mean” Joe Green established the Steel Curtain in 1974. The Defensive Player of the Year added a new dimension to the Pittsburgh D and was instrumental in their Super Bowl IX berth against the Minnesota Vikings. The battle was all defense, with the sole Pittsburgh scores coming off a fumbled kick-off return and a nine-yard touchdown run from Harris. Pittsburgh won their first Super Bowl, 16-6. Harris was the MVP.
The Steelers defeated the Dallas Cowboys twice in the Super Bowl: 1975 (Super Bowl X) and 1978 (Super Bowl XIII). Dallas QB Roger Staubach sealed Pittsburgh’s win with an untimely interception in Super Bowl X; Pittsburgh won, 21-17. Super Bowl XIII was high-flying. Bradshaw threw for four touchdowns, yet, the game wouldn’t be safe until the final 22-seconds. Final score: 35-31, Pitt.
The Steel Age ended on a high note. In 1979 the Steelers lost much of their coaching staff and front office to the Los Angeles Rams. It was clear age and wear started to drag the Steelers down, too. Super Bowl XIV met the Steelers with the enriched Rams. The Rams had a leg-up, knowing the Steelers’ strengths and flaws alike. While the Rams were able to intercept Bradshaw three times, the Steelers still managed to win 31-19 for their fourth Lombardi Trophy.
The Steelers won two more rings in 2005 and 2008. With an offensive, full-throttle coaching staff led by Mike Tomlin and eye for undervalued talent (example: Antonio Brown), Pittsburgh could extend their record further any given year.
When do Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
If the team qualifies for the postseason, Steelers playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December. The Steelers can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card.
How Much Do Pittsburgh Steelers Tickets Cost?
Ticket prices for Pittsburgh Steelers playoff go for an average resale price of $191, though individual tickets may be available for above or below this figure.