Who was the coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007?

June 18, 2019 Off By idswater

Who was the coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007?

The 2007 Pittsburgh Steelers season was the franchise’s 75th season as a professional sports franchise and as a member of the National Football League. It was the 8th season under leadership of general manager Kevin Colbert and the first under head coach Mike Tomlin, after going 8–8 last season.

When did the Pittsburgh Steelers join the NFL?

The 2004 Pittsburgh Steelers season was the franchise’s 72nd season as a professional sports franchise and as a member of the National Football League.

Who are the owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers?

2004 Pittsburgh Steelers season Owner The Rooney family Head coach Bill Cowher General manager Kevin Colbert Home field Heinz Field

Who was the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

For other people named Thomas Madox, see Thomas Madox (disambiguation). Thomas Alfred Maddox (born September 2, 1971) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for nine seasons, most notably with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The 2007 Pittsburgh Steelers season was the franchise’s 75th season as a professional sports franchise and as a member of the National Football League. It was the 8th season under leadership of general manager Kevin Colbert and the first under head coach Mike Tomlin, after going 8–8 last season.

What was the Pittsburgh Steelers record in 2009?

The 2009 Pittsburgh Steelers season was the franchise’s 77th season in the National Football League (NFL). They were coming off a season in which they compiled a 12–4 regular season record and capped the season by winning the franchise’s record sixth Super Bowl. The team’s coaching staff remained the same for the third consecutive year.

2009 Pittsburgh Steelers season Owner The Rooney Family Head coach Mike Tomlin General manager Kevin Colbert Home field Heinz Field

Who was the running back for the Steelers in 2006?

Steelers’ running back Najeh Davenport against the Baltimore Ravens, 2006. The 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers season was the franchise’s 74th season in the National Football League (NFL).

Who are the best quarterbacks in Pittsburgh Steelers history?

Top 10 Steelers All-Time Passing Leaders Player Years Yards Ben Roethlisberger 2004–Present 56,545 Terry Bradshaw 1970–83 27,989 Kordell Stewart 1995–2002 13,328 Neil O’Donnell 1991–95 12,867

Who was the quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1992?

Under Cowher, O’Donnell and the Steelers posted an 11–5 season in 1992, made it to the AFC championship in ’94 and went to the Super Bowl in ’95. While still predominantly a running team, the Steelers threw the ball more than they ever had, often employing four- and five-wide receiver sets.

When did Rod Stewart start for the Steelers?

Stewart finally got his chance in 1997 and led the Steelers to the AFC championship, where they lost to John Elway and the Broncos. For five seasons he started for Pittsburgh as a dual-threat quarterback, ultimately making the Pro Bowl in 2001. But Stewart’s rising star wouldn’t burn forever.

Under Cowher, O’Donnell and the Steelers posted an 11–5 season in 1992, made it to the AFC championship in ’94 and went to the Super Bowl in ’95. While still predominantly a running team, the Steelers threw the ball more than they ever had, often employing four- and five-wide receiver sets.

Stewart finally got his chance in 1997 and led the Steelers to the AFC championship, where they lost to John Elway and the Broncos. For five seasons he started for Pittsburgh as a dual-threat quarterback, ultimately making the Pro Bowl in 2001. But Stewart’s rising star wouldn’t burn forever.

What did the Pittsburgh Steelers win in 1976?

The 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers season was the team’s 44th in the National Football League. The Steelers started the season looking to become the first team in the Super Bowl era to win three-straight league championships (and first since the 1929–1931 and 1965–1967 Green Bay Packers).

How many shutouts did the Pittsburgh Steelers have?

NOTE: This was the first of 5 wins by shutout. With the win the Steelers record the most NFL shutouts in 50 years with their 5th & set a new NFL record forcing 71 punts in a season. Notes: Pittsburgh gained an NFL record 524 total yards, Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier were lost to injuries.