Who is the best kicker in Steelers history?

March 28, 2020 Off By idswater

Who is the best kicker in Steelers history?

Kicking & Punting

Rk Player Pos
1 Matt Bahr K
2 Norm Johnson K
3 Frank Lambert P

Who are the Steelers kickers?

Chris Boswell remains the Steelers’ starting kicker after a rough 2018 and two stellar follow-up seasons. Adding a camp kicker like Sloman to take on some of the duties is no surprise, but barring injury, the job in Pittsburgh is still Boswell’s.

Who is the greatest Steelers kicker of all time?

Most fans in Steelers Nation consider Gary Anderson the team’s greatest kicker ever. While with the Steelers, Anderson made the Pro Bowl three times and was named First-Team All-Pro once. He was Pittsburgh’s team MVP in 1983 and made both the NFL’s 1980s and 1990s All-Decade team.

Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers kicker in 1973?

In fact, he led the AFC in scoring both in 1973 and 1974. Roy Gerela was Pittsburgh’s kicker for three of their Super Bowl teams and made two Pro Bowls while with the Steelers. Gerela may be best remembered, however, for his part in an incident in Super Bowl X that involved Jack Lambert and Cliff Harris.

Who are the members of the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Steelers All-Time Offense Depth Chart Position Starter Second Team Quarterback Terry Bradshaw Ben Roethlisberger Running Back Jerome Bettis Le’Veon Bell Running Back Franco Harris Willie Parker Wide Receiver Hines Ward John Stallworth

Who are the Pittsburgh Steelers all time leading rushers?

He led the Steelers to Super Bowl XXX in 1995, though they lost to the Cowboys. Harris is the Steelers’ all-time leading rusher who ran for 11,950 yards and 91 touchdowns during his 12 seasons in Pittsburgh. He was a big back at 6’2” and 230 pounds, and he fit the Steelers’ power-running game perfectly.