Former Pittsburgh Steelers QB Terry Bradshaw, or the 'Blonde Bomber', has had his share of accolades in his career. 4-time Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP and the list goes on and on. In a recent FoxSports.com bracket, the website is doing a March Madness style bracket with the greatest No. 1 overall draft picks in NFL history, and Bradshaw has made the final four.
To date, Bradshaw has defeated legendary running back O.J. Simpson and Bo Jackson to make it to the final four. Bradshaw now is up against former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway for the right to face off against either Peyton Manning or Troy Aikman as the greatest overall draft pick in NFL history.
Bradshaw was drafted 1st overall in the 1970 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers, and helped bring 4 titles to the city of Pittsburgh. Bradshaw's numbers might not be as flashy as others he is compared with, but his performances in big games stands for itself. Fans often forget about how Bradshaw also called all plays on the field, unlike today's game when plays are called in from the offensive coordinator.
It was a different game then, and that game was dominated by the 1970's Steelers quarterbacked by Bradshaw. So, Steelers Nation, get to the FoxSports.com poll and be sure Bradshaw makes the finals and wins the distinction of being the greatest No. 1 overall draft pick in NFL history.