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If you could change one moment in Steelers history, what would it be?

You have been grated the ability to go back and change on event in Pittsburgh Steelers history...what would you do?

NEIL O’DONNELL STEEL

We have now entered the dog days of summer where there is no NFL news of the good variety until teams report to training camp. For the Pittsburgh Steelers, that training camp starts on July 25th, so I decided to think of some creative ways to pass the time.

Recently, SB Nation put out an article asking readers if they could change one play from their favorite team’s history, what would it be?

Even for the team with the most Super Bowls in NFL history, there are plenty of moments which could be changed.

But what if you could only pick ONE??

Go ahead and let us know what play you would choose in the comment section below, and be sure to explain your decision. It doesn’t have to be the most significant play in the world, but it could be one which just stands out in your mind.

You could go with a significant play like Rashard Mendenhall’s fumble in Super Bowl 45, or you could always choose a play like Ben Roethlisberger’s interception against the Patriots in the AFC Championship when Jerame Tumane was open in the flat, the pass was just underthrown.

Who am I kidding, all of the plays suggested will likely be of the significant variety. So, with that in mind, let us know what play you would change!