1982 Steelers 37 vs Patriots 14
This is an absolute butt-kicking. Terry Bradshaw shakes off a two-game slump, hitting 17 of 27 for 282 yds, 2 TDs, 0 INT as Steelers utterly dominate the Pats, scoring on their first 4 possessions and effortlessly moving the ball up and down the field all afternoon. If not for a pair of ill-timed fumbles, the final score would've been much worse.
Swannie (3 rec, 40 yds) breaks the Steelers' all-time reception record early in the game as Bradshaw spreads the ball around to 8 different receivers, while Franco Harris does his part with 101 yds on 23 carries as the Steelers out-rush New England 212-48.