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What is the best record Pittsburgh Steelers ever had?

What is the best record Pittsburgh Steelers ever had?

Here’s a look at the 10 greatest Steelers teams of the long, proud history of the franchise.

  1. 1976, 10-4 Record, Lost in AFC Championship.
  2. 1978, 14-2 Record, Won Super Bowl XIII.
  3. 1975, 12-2 Record, Won Super Bowl X.
  4. 1974, 10-3-1 Record, Won Super Bowl IX.
  5. 2008, 12-4 Record, Won Super Bowl XLIII.

How many points did 1976 Steelers allow?

The 1976 Steelers’ 9.9 points allowed per game in the regular season is the best in franchise history.

How much cap space do the Steelers have 2022?

The Pittsburgh Steelers will have an estimated $29.59 million in available cap space this offseason. However, safety Minkah Fitzpatrick and wide receiver Diontae Johnson are expected to land big contracts this spring.

What team has the most cap space in the NFL?

NFL Team Salary Cap Tracker

Rank Team Cap Space (Top 51)
1 CAR $30,859,004
2 MIA $29,138,618
3 New Orleans Saints NO $26,412,758
4 IND $22,044,847

What team beat the Steelers the most?


  • The greatest defeat in Steelers history occurred on September 10, 1989 in Pittsburgh when the Browns won 51–0.
  • The game between the Steelers and the Browns is the most played rivalry in the AFC and fifth most played in the NFL.

When was the last year the Steelers had a losing record?

Although the Steelers have never had a losing season under Tomlin, the team has finished 8-8 three times, the last coming in 2019. Overall, the last losing season for any Steelers team came when the 2003 squad went 6-10.

Who will be Pittsburgh Steelers new quarterback?

quarterback Mitchell Trubisky
The Pittsburgh Steelers begin the post-Ben Roethlisberger era with another Ohio native. The Steelers have agreed to a two-year, $14.25 million deal with quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo and Tom Pelissero reported Tuesday.

Who was the quarterback for the Steelers in 1976?

Terry Bradshaw

Pos Player Summary of Player Stats
Offensive Starters
QB Terry Bradshaw 92 for 192, 1,177 yards, 10 td, 9 int, & 31 rushes for 219 yards and 3 td
RB Rocky Bleier 220 rushes for 1,036 yards, 5 td, & 24 catches for 294 yards and 0 td
FB Franco Harris* 289 rushes for 1,128 yards, 14 td, & 23 catches for 151 yards and 0 td

Who wore number 16 for the Steelers?

Kicker Matthew Wright
Sloman appeared in eight games last year, seven with the Los Angeles Rams, and went 8/11 on his total field goals and 23/26 on extra points. His odds of making the roster are incredibly small and will require a Boswell injury. Kicker Matthew Wright wore #16 last season for the Steelers.