Brady Could Become Winningest Super Bowl Quarterback Ever, But Montana Is Still The BestIn 50 years of Super Bowl play, three quarterbacks sit at the top of the pyramid with four championships each: Pittsburgh's Terry Bradshaw, San Francisco's Joe Montana and New England's Tom Brady. Unlike Bradshaw and Montana, however, Brady has taken a long time to a compile his four SB wins. He was just 24 when the Patriots won their first title in January 2002. Now, Brady has a chance for a fifth ring at age 39, which is pretty amazing considering the pounding so many NFL quarterbacks take over their careers.
Keidel: Big Ben, Bell And Brown RollThe Steelers' offense overwhelmed the Dolphins in the NFL Wild Card round, as Roethlisberger, Brown and Bell lived up to the hype.
2016 Pittsburgh Sports Year In Review - Part 1Before we turn the calendar to 2017, let’s take a look back at some of the biggest sports stories in Pittsburgh over the past year.
Dunlap: Bradshaw’s Legacy In Pittsburgh Is BafflingHow in the world did Terry Bradshaw, a conquering football hero at one time in this town, manage to fritter away what was just about impossible?
Tomlin Chides Bradshaw For 'Cheerleader' CommentMike Tomlin said Terry Bradshaw's comments last week describing Tomlin as no more than a rah-rah guy "fall more into the area of disrespect and unprofessional."
Terry Bradshaw: 'I Don't Think Tomlin Is A Great Coach At All'A former Steelers quarterback didn't have many good things to say about the team's current coach on a sports talk show Friday.
Roethlisberger Passes Bradshaw With Most Passing Yards In Steelers Postseason HistorySunday's game against the Denver Broncos brought about a new record for Ben Roethlisberger.
Does Patriots' Dynasty Matchup Against Steelers' Of The 1970s?There's no denying at this point that the New England Patriots, under Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, have built themselves a dynasty, appearing in six Super Bowls and winning four of them.
Terry Bradshaw Appearing In New Super Bowl AdFranco Harris is not the only Steelers’ Hall of Famer getting some advertising work for the big game on Feb. 1.
Sports Illustrated's Don Banks Recalls The 1974 SteelersDon Banks of "Sports Illustrated" talked about his recent article on the 1974 Steelers with Tab Douglas.
Steelers Insider Ed Bouchette: Big Ben Greatest Quarterback In Team HistoryEd Bouchette was on the Starkey and Mueller show on Thursday for his weekly interview to discuss the Steelers game Sunday Night against the Baltimore Ravens, Martavis Bryant, honoring “Mean” Joe Greene and who he think is the next Steeler to get his number retired.
Chuck Noll Legacy Continues With Steelers HonorsNews of legendary NFL and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Chuck Noll's death in June at the age of 82 rocked not only the organization, but the Steelers' loyal fanbase.