Chuck Noll (January 5, 1932 – June 13, 2014)
A collection of features, columns and essays from Behind The Steel Curtain capturing the life and history of the Steelers' greatest head coach.
Chuck Noll's contributions the Pittsburgh Steelers are immeasurable, and his place in NFL history is secure. His greatest legacy however is the sense of identity and purpose he instilled upon the franchise over 40 years ago, one present today.
In a game that decided the team of the '70s, an 11-second ambush by the Steelers decided the outcome.
We can't say we disagree with the idea the 1978 team was the best Steelers team to win a championship, but more credit should be given to the team's most recent winner - the 2008 squad that did not have the individual talent the teams in the 1970s di
Mike Silverstein covered the Immaculate Reception 40 years ago, and was a keynote speaker at the ceremony held in Pittsburgh on its anniversary. He gives his account over what took place, and where the event fits into the larger scope of history.
Though in recent years we tend to view it with contempt the Steelers owe more of their success to influences from the state of Ohio than many of us know. A quick overview of Ohio treasures that have helped make the Steelers great.
A look back at the Pittsburgh Steelers 1975 victory.
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