Special Sub-Topic: A Dynasty To Remember
|What year did the Pittsburgh Steelers win their first Super Bowl?|
1975. It took the Steelers 42 years to win their first Super Bowl after a dissapointing 1960s decade.
|Who coached the Steelers to four Super Bowl wins in the 1970s seasons?|
Chuck Noll. Noll took the Steelers to Super Bowls in 1975, 1976, 1978, and the 1979 seasons.
|Which quarterback took the Steelers to four Super Bowls in the 1970s?|
Terry Bradshaw. Bradshaw passed for 932 yards and nine touchdowns in the four Super Bowls he was in.
|Which of the following players was not part of the famed "Steel Curtain" in the 1970s?|
Mel Blount. The steel curtain was made up of "Mean" Joe Greene, L.C. Greenwood, Ernie Holmes, and Dwight White. Many teams feared this front four of the Steelers in the 1970s.
|The 1974 NFL draft helped the Pittsburgh Steelers start their dynasty. There were four Hall of Famers drafted by the Steelers in 1974. Which of the following players was not a Hall of Famer drafted in 1974 by the Steelers?|
Terry Bradshaw. The four Hall of Famers drafted by the Steelers in 1974 were Lynn Swann, Jack Lambert, John Stallworth, and Mike Webster. All of these players won four Super Bowls with the Steelers. Terry Bradshaw was drafted the first overall pick by the Steelers in 1970.
|A key to the Steelers 1978 Super Bowl team was defense. Which player had the most interceptions of all the Steeler's defensive players in the 1978 season?|
Tony Dungy. Dungy had six interceptions in the 1978 season, having two more interception than Mel Blount with four interceptions. Although Dungy intercepted more balls than Blount in 1978, Blount set the record for most interceptions in the Steeler's history.
|Which Steeler player was the MVP of Super Bowl IX?|
Franco Harris. Harris rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown in Super Bowl IX.
|Who was the MVP of Super Bowl X?|
Lynn Swann. Swann became the first wide receiver to win a Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl X.
|Which player won both Super Bowl MVPs for Super Bowl XIII and XIV?|
Terry Bradshaw. Bradshaw led the Steelers to a 35-31 victory over the Cowboys in Super Bowl XIII, and led the Steelers to a 31-19 victory over the Rams in Super Bowl XIV.
|Only two of the football players on the 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers football team had played on another team besides the Steelers.|
False. None of the players on the 1979 Steeler's team played anywhere else besides Pittsburgh. This is what caused the success of Chuck Noll's dynasty.
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