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Dynasty Series: The Steel Curtain

The city of Pittsburgh has one of the richest franchises in NFL history, however, it took them a long time to get it started. First achieving greatness in the ’70s, they had one of the greatest D-Lines of all-time. 549 more words


Steelers Need To Bring These Three Players Back

With the offseason in full swing, the Pittsburgh Steelers find themselves with quite a few choices to make as they get to work on building a Super Bowl team for 2017. 1,194 more words


Better Late Than Never

This NBC travel adventure show follows four celebrity old timers on a life-changing experience through Tokyo, Kyoto, Seoul, Hong Kong, Phuket and Chiang Mai. The cast consists of the award-winning actor, producer, writer and director Henry Winkler (“Royal Pains”), Emmy and Golden Globe-winning actor, director and writer William Shatner (“The Practice”), celebrated football legend and NFL analyst Terry Bradshaw (“Fox NFL Sunday”), boxing Hall of Famer and gold medal winner turned businessman, George Foreman and the young comedian Jeff Dye (NBC’s “I Can Do That”). 382 more words


Favorite Super Bowl Commercials

I’m one of those people who tends to skip the commercials, even during the Super Bowl.


What can I say?  I’m more into the game… it’s football people!   323 more words


Former Steeler takes a shot at Terry Bradshaw after Super Bowl

It is really starting to seem that members of the Pittsburgh Steelers, past and present, don’t think very much of former Steeler quarterback Terry Bradshaw. The Hall of Fame signal caller has gone out of his way to take shots at the team this season, and that hasn’t sat too well with other former players. 180 more words

Steelers Wire News

The Greatests of All Time

Last night cemented a few things as the “Greatest of All Time”, or GOATs.

For starters, the Game itself:
Never has a Super Bowl gone to Overtime, but the bigger shocker is that a team has never come back from more than 10-points down to win the game, and the Patriots trailed by as much as 25 in the 3rd Quarter. 104 more words