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About the Pittsburgh Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers is a member club of the NFL’s North division. The team was founded in 1933 by Arthur J. Rooney, making it one of the oldest AFC franchise. The Heinz Field Stadium is the home stadium for the Steelers.

The Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers

Team Manager

Kevin Colbert is the general manager of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fans acknowledged Colbert for building the Super Bowl XL and XLIII teams in Pittsburgh, together with Dan Rooney (Owner), Art Rooney II (President), Mike Tomlin and Bill Cowher (coaches).

In 2000, he was appointed Director of Football Operations for the Steelers and was named as the general manager in 2010. Colbert ranks as the number two general manager in the NFL. Since 2000, when Colbert came into the scene, his rosters have gone an impressive 188-99-1. He has led the team more than 6 division championships, 5 AFC championships appearances, 3 Super Bowl appearances, and 2 world championships.

Fans are criticizing Colbert nowadays because the Steelers haven’t made it to the Super Bowl since 2010.

Team History

The Pittsburgh Steelers is the seventh oldest NFL franchise, founded by Arthur J. Rooney in 1933. The team was called the Pirates until 1940. Rooney arranged a contest in 1940 with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to find the team’s new name, and they picked the name Steelers.

The first 40 years was a struggle for the Steelers because they haven’t won any championship. They only won eight times, reached the playoffs once in 1947. That would change in 1972 when they won the AFC Central division championship. Two years later, Art Rooney received the Vince Lombardi Trophy after the team won in the Super Bowl IX.

Pittsburgh Steelers celebrating a win
Pittsburgh Steelers celebrating a win

Team Success

It was in the 1970s when the Steelers earned 8 consecutive playoff victories, 7 AFC Central championships, and 4 AFC championships, which was one of the most incredible streaks in the history of sports. Head coach Chuck Noll led the team to their winning streak, with star players Joe Greene (defensive tackle), Mel Blount (cornerback), Terry Bradshaw (quarterback), and Franco Harris (running back).

1972 was the breakthrough year for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Their first playoff game since 1947 was one of the best plays in the NFL and was named “Immaculate Reception”. It is the beginning of their glory years.

Their Super Bowl XLIII victory marked the Steelers’ 6th championship making them the first team to win 6 Super Bowls.

Famous Players

Terry Bradshaw

Bradshaw was a quarterback for the Steelers. He was named the Most Valuable Player in 1978. He held the All-Time passing yards (27,989) and became a pro Hall of Famer in 1989.

Franco Harris

He started his career with the Steelers with a bang by being chosen Rookie of the Year with an average of 5.6 yards per carry. Harris was named the Most Valuable Player in 1975 (Super Bowl IX).

Joe Greene

He was Chuck Noll’s first draft pick in the NFL’s 1929 Draft. He was also named Rookie of the Year. He was 14th in the list of 100 Greatest Football Players according to the Sporting News.