Who was the best Pittsburgh Steelers player of the 1990s?

March 28, 2019 Off By idswater

Who was the best Pittsburgh Steelers player of the 1990s?

Pittsburgh’s best player during the 1990s, Woodson was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 1993. A dominant cornerback electric special teams returner, Woodson is a member of the NFL’s 75th All-Anniversary Team.

Who was the first draft pick for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Chuck Noll’s first ever draft pick back in 1969, Greene was twice named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year. A first ballot member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Greene’s No.75 was officially retired by the Steelers in 2014. Pittsburgh’s first great player, Stautner was a nine-time Pro Bowler during his 14-year career with the Steelers.

Who was the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Quarterback Terry Bradshaw helmed the Steelers from 1970 to ’83. He was tough as nails, unafraid of contact and a true field general. He was the perfect quarterback for a team built on Steel City attitude. 1x Bert Bell Award (NFL Player of the Year)

How many Super Bowls did the Pittsburgh Steelers win?

The Pittsburgh Steelers have had some of the NFL’s greatest players since their rise to NFL supremacy during the 1970s. Those players have helped the Steelers win six Super Bowls while becoming the NFL’s most successful franchise since the AFL — NFL merger in 1970s.

Pittsburgh’s best player during the 1990s, Woodson was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 1993. A dominant cornerback electric special teams returner, Woodson is a member of the NFL’s 75th All-Anniversary Team.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have had some of the NFL’s greatest players since their rise to NFL supremacy during the 1970s. Those players have helped the Steelers win six Super Bowls while becoming the NFL’s most successful franchise since the AFL — NFL merger in 1970s.

Quarterback Terry Bradshaw helmed the Steelers from 1970 to ’83. He was tough as nails, unafraid of contact and a true field general. He was the perfect quarterback for a team built on Steel City attitude. 1x Bert Bell Award (NFL Player of the Year)

Chuck Noll’s first ever draft pick back in 1969, Greene was twice named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year. A first ballot member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Greene’s No.75 was officially retired by the Steelers in 2014. Pittsburgh’s first great player, Stautner was a nine-time Pro Bowler during his 14-year career with the Steelers.