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Classic Game of the Week!
1983 Steelers 34 at Jets 7

Terry Bradshaw's Last Rodeo

Despite the absence of Bradshaw due to offseason elbow surgery and a generally miserable season by his backup, Cliff Stoudt, Pittsburgh jumps out to a surprising 9-2 start in 1983 keyed by a strong running game and an opportunistic, ball-hawking defense. But late in the season, the Steelers find themselves in need of a savior after the 3 straight losses put them in jeopardy of missing the playoffs.

Enter Terry Bradshaw. :)

For his swan song, a still-injured Bradshaw comes off the bench and delivers a brief but truly exceptional playoff-saving performance in the final game of his Hall of Fame career (also the Jets' final game at Shea Stadium). While playing only the 1st quarter and one series into the 2nd quarter, Bradshaw is sharp, effective and fully in charge of the offense, hitting 5 of 8 passes for 77 yds and 2 TD's -- the first to rookie Gregg Garrity, to whom Terry had never previously thrown a pass (not even in practice) and the second to Calvin Sweeney -- shaking the Steelers out of their late-season slump while ensuring them of a playoff spot with the badly-needed win. Sadly, Terry destroys his ailing arm (which is not yet fully healed from off-season surgery) on his first TD toss, but Bradshaw gallantly continues to play in pain until he throws his 2nd TD.

The entire team is energized by the presence of Bradshaw and goes on to simply steamrolls the Jets, ending New York's slim playoff hopes while securing a playoff spot of their own. In addition to being the final on-field action of Bradshaw's career, this is also the final 100-yd game of Franco Harris' career. Footage includes nice postgame interviews with Bradshaw and Cliff Stoudt.

>>> Watch It Now! <<<

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"My Fight with Jack Lambert"
An entertaining first-hand account of a rookie tight end's encounter with the legendary Hall of Fame LB


Special Feature
Pittsburgh Steelers
"I drilled him!"
"Lambert didn't see me coming until the last instant. He tried to square up but couldn't, and I drilled him -- just floored him. The play went for a score, and he got up cussing and yelling with the wildest eyes I've ever seen!" More...
Article by Mark Dufresne

I was a failed Steeler draft choice as a tight end coming out of Nebraska in 1978 (7th round, selected 187th overall), but during my brief stint with the team, I experienced a couple of memorable Jack Lambert moments first hand that I thought your readers would enjoy.

Lambert was as intimidating in camp as he was in games... maybe even more so. Nobody messed with Jack. NOBODY. His respect was solid within the team. He was his own man and was not into political correctness in the slightest because I believe his heart was pure and he was comfortable within himself. At our first team lunch with the vets in camp, we had to stand up and introduce ourselves -- rookies and star veterans alike -- and tell what school we played for. When it came his turn, Jack stood up on his chair and shouted like a Marine drill sergeant, "I'm Jack Lambert, I'm from Grambling and if you don't like it, you can kiss my skinny white a$$!" He sat back down without even a trace of a smile and the place just went nuts, howling and laughing. Grambling is, of course, a predominantly "black" state university in Louisiana...

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What If the Steelers Had Drafted Marino in '83?

Given enough time, nearly any discussion of the Steelers will eventually turn to the greatest "what if" in the annals of Pittsburgh sports: What if the Steelers had drafted Dan Marino? Oddly enough, this subject came up during a conversation about the 1990 Steelers' 35-0 victory over the Browns. One thing led to another, and... well, Marino, of course. :)
"In my hypothetical, the Steelers draft Dan Marino in the 1983 NFL Draft and the Steelers go to the Super Bowl at least four, maybe five times between 1983 through 1999." ~ Matthew Simon
Seems legit. Personally, I think Marino would've been good for one, maybe two more Lombardi's in Pittsburgh. What are your thoughts?
>>> Add your comments...    





Random pic of Jack Lambert kicking @$$... just because.





Watch 70's Steelers Games on MP4
Go ahead, get stuck in the '70s! We've been converting our extensive library of classic Steelers games (as they were originally broadcast by the networks) from VHS to digital. Now you can relive these fantastic gridiron battles right here! Games that are ready to watch will have a green light next to them on the list. If you don't see a green light, the game isn't there yet (but wil be coming soon). More...
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Short Clip of the Week


NFL Films Greatest Throw of All Time

NFL Films ranks Terry Bradshaw's game-winning 64-yard TD bomb to Lynn Swann in Super Bowl X as the "Greatest Throw of All Time." It had all the elements of the toughest throws: It came on the biggest stage under a relentless pass rush; it was a deep pass (soaring than 60 yards in the air) placed perfectly over the shoulder of a well-covered receiver. And it made the Steelers champions. After the NFL Films segment, footage of the play from the original game broadcast is included. Great choice, NFL Films!




Technically speaking, just about everything here is new right now due to the site remodel (even though this site has been here for 20 years). As we add new classic games and other features, we'll note it here so you can easily find what's new on the site.

No-Frills Game List - Updated 2/22/18:
If you'd rather view a simple, no-frills list of my collection of Steelers games, click here.

Uploaded 2/22/18:
  1983 Steelers 27 vs Saints 14 Preseason
  2003 Steelers 17 at Bengals 10

Uploaded 2/20/18:
  1983 Steelers 27 at Seahawks 21

Uploaded 2/18/18:
  1983 Steelers 14 vs Vikings 17

Uploaded 2/17/18:
  1983 Steelers 44 vs Browns 17

Uploaded 2/13/18:
  1983 Steelers 24 at Bengals 14 MNF

Uploaded 2/11/18:
  2006 Steelers 27 vs Browns 7 TNF

Uploaded 2/8/18:
  1999 Steelers 13 vs Falcons 9 MNF

Uploaded 2/6/18:
  1983 Steelers 25 at Packers 21
  1998 Steelers 9 vs Patriots 23
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* Prayers for Ryan Shazier *
Our first prayer is that Ryan Shazier makes a full recovery that allows him to lead a normal, full and happy life; that he'll be able to walk and run and play with his children. Thankfully, he continues to improve and appears to be on that path, although playing football again may or may not be in his future. Spinal stabilization surgery means he won't return to football this season, but it doesn't necessarily rule out football in his future. We continue to pray for Ryan, his family and his continued improvement.





While I was glad to see the Steelers do the right thing this week by standing respectfully during the National Anthem, the Ravens chose to disgrace themselves by taking a knee for a phony "prayer" prior to the Anthem, for which they were lustily booed by their home crowd. Meanwhile, players on other NFL teams continue to disrespect the flag.

Roger Goodell could easily put an end to this nonsense. But presumably for the sake of political correctness...
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Draft Class of 2017

RDSEL #PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
1
30
T.J. Watt
LB
Wisconsin
2
62
JuJu Smith-Schuster
WR
USC
3
94
Cameron Sutton
CB
Tennessee
3
105
James Conner
RB
Pittsburgh
4
135
Joshua Dobbs
QB
Tennessee
5
173
Brian Allen
DB
Utah
6
213
Colin Holba
LS
Louisville
7
248
Keion Adams
LB
Western Mich

Lake's Take: Post-draft Depth Situation
By "The Lakelander"
> QB ... Big Ben is legendary, a future first ballot HOFer, and still very dangerous in accuracy and his deep ball ... We likely improved our backup QB situation and we did so with a Slash Stewart prototype ... I'm really cool with this ...
> OL ... We are deep on O-Line with a very veteran starting group, and with Finney, Hubbard, Hawkins and Mike Matthews (son of HOFer Bruce Matthews) ... No worries here heading into camp ...
> TE ... Well it all depends on Ladarius the way I see it. He was clearly a TD threat for Big Ben when he actually played last year ... Steelers have James, Green, Grimble and some young undrafted types ... It's safe to say we aren't a TE heavy team and it's also safe to say we will rely on our WR's in 2017 ...
>>> Read the rest and add your thoughts...      




A Life Truly Well Lived


Comments by dbsfgyd1
"He was the first Steeler I met. It was the spring of 1964. The local YMCA had a 'Night With the Steelers' son and dads program. I became a fan during the 1963 season as the Steelers finally put together a championship caliber team, but fell short in a semi playoff game against the NY Giants. I was thinking I'd be meeting guys the likes of John Henry Johnson, Gary Bauman, Big Daddy Lipscomb. The thing was, the only Steeler that showed up was this skinny guy with a movie projector in one arm, and a film can in the other. It was the NFL highlight film of the 1963 season. Funny looking back on it, as thoroughly disappointed I was not so see any 'real' football players that night, little did I know, and how unimpressed I was to meet the second most important man in the history of the Steelers; a keen business man, the one who molded the most successful team in the history of professional sports, the key driver of turning this team and others into billion dollar enterprises, selected to represent all of all of us Americans as an ambassador, Mr. Dan Rooney. RIP. A life truly well lived."
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Mac & Wife

Beauty and the Beast,
Renee and Tim McMillen :)


With Eric at Heinz Field, 2016


With Craig at Heinz Field, 2005


With our grandson, Paxton


The Steelers are 34-3 when I attend the game and the kids are a perfect 13-0.


Lovely Renee gettin' ready for gameday!


Dilly, Dilly!



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