Who wore 71 for the Steelers?

March 10, 2020 Off By idswater

Who wore 71 for the Steelers?

Charlie Bradshaw
71 OT Charlie Bradshaw (1961-1966) Left tackle Charlie Bradshaw went to two Pro Bowls as a Steeler in 1963 and 1964.

Who is number 76 on the Pittsburgh Steelers?

No. 76-99 In Parts One, Two, and Three of Steelers Digit Dynasty, BTSC examined the best of the best to wear the numbers from 0-75 in franchise history. This time around, our journey takes us through No. 99. We will answer such burning digital questions like:

Who was the best number for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

In Parts One, Two, and Three of Steelers Digit Dynasty, BTSC examined the best of the best to wear the numbers from 0-75 in franchise history. This time around, our journey takes us through No. 99. We will answer such burning digital questions like:

Who was on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s?

Brown is one of 22 players to play in all four Super Bowls in the 1970s. He spent 14 seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Other Notables: DE Lou Michaels 1961-1963, OT John Rienstra 1986-1990, OT Trai Essex 2005-2011

Who are the best Steelers receivers of all time?

With 1,000 career receptions, Ward is tops all-time when listing the best Steeler receivers. His 12,083 receiving yards ranks him 23rd in NFL history. One of the most popular players to wear the black-and-gold, Hines was a devastating blocker when he didn’t have the ball.

Who was number 2 on the Pittsburgh Steelers?

The quintessential Steelers kicker should be enshrined in Canton, but a presumed kicker-bias and the miss in the 1998 NFC Championship for the Vikings may be keeping him out. But Anderson is the No. 1 player ever to wear the uno in Pittsburgh. Not a lot to pick from here. Dennis Dixon only wore No. 2 for one start with the Steelers.

Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers player with the Magnum moustache?

As a rookie, the man with the Magnum-esque moustache caught a 90-yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw against Seattle that stood as a record for a number of years. As a deep threat, the speedy Wallace was a dream weapon for Ben Roethlisberger and a nightmare for defenses.

Who are the famous Steelers of the 1970’s?

The Blonde Bomber is a three-time Pro Bowler, a two-time team MVP and a member of the 1970’s All-Decade team. Ben Roethlisberger has eclipsed most of his team records, but Bradshaw remains one of the most legendary figures in team lore.

Who is the Pittsburgh Steelers all time passing leader?

Brister, with a Super Bowl ring as a Bronco, is fifth among the Steelers’ all-time passing leaders and certainly one of the most entertaining sound-bites ever. No argument here for the guy that holds almost every passing record in team history.