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1946

(10-20-46) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - The Packers punched out two touchdowns in the final period to continue its streak of never having lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Green Bay went into the final period trailing because Pittsburgh's Bill Dudley had scored in the second quarter on a brilliant 31-yard dash through the Green Bay line, while the Packers could only manage a 38-yard field goal by Ted Fritsch a few minutes earlier. Played at City Stadium in Green Bay - narrated, color original game film (5 minutes)

 

1948

(10-10-48) Washington Redskins @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (33m) (color, silent, C)

 

1960

(10-30-60) Green Bay Packers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Bart Starr came off the bench in the second half and quarterbacked the Packers to a 19-13 victory. The winning touchdown, a one yard plunge by Jim Taylor, was scored with only 63 seconds left to play. It overshadowed a great comeback engineered by another guy who came off the bench, Bobby Layne of the Steelers. Through the first half, it appeared as if Green Bay was on its way to a romp, even though there wasn't a touchdown scored. Paul Hornung, the NFL's leading scorer, padded his point column with four field goals from 45, 35, 35 and 17 yards away, to give the Packers a 12-0 lead. Then, in the second quarter, Layne stepped onto the field and the Steelers came to life. Running sometimes without the benefit of a huddle, Layne quick-passed the Steelers to a touchdown. The payoff pitch was for 37 yards to Tom Tracy. Layne's extra point kick sliced Green Bay's edge to 12-7 at the half. His second scoring pass was for 48 yards to Buddy Dial just after the fourth quarter began. This time Layne's tosses accounted for 65 of the 80 yards the Steelers gained. Two second half field goal tries by Hornung, from 51 and 40 yards out were wide. After Lamar McHan completed just four of his 16 pass attempts, he was replaced by Bart Starr, who directed the game-winning drive. Starr started slowly, but he had a full head of steam up by the time Henry Jordan recovered Tracy's fumble on the Green Bay 34 with just about five minutes to play. 5,000 fans greeted the Packers at the airport when they returned home. - "The Big Play" - Narrated highlights from game. Original, 5 minutes, black and white. (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

 

1965

(10-31-65) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Original, color, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(11-14-65) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - Played at the cotton bowl - Original, color, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

 

1966

(11-20-66) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

 

1969

(12-21-69) WK 14 New Orleans Saints vs Pittsburgh Steelers - original, color GOTW highlights, 22 mins (quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1970

(08-20-70) NY Giants vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Preseason MNF - First MNF Telecast ever before the start of the regular season from brand new Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh! Bradshaw 243 passing yds in1st game! - (179M)(Includes highlights rundown of the first 1970 MNF schedule at half!) (Jackson/ Cosell/ Meredith) - includes pregame, commercials and half (Quality 9) - added August, 2007

(11-22-70) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cinncinnati Bengals - Original, color GOTW highlights, 22 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

 

1972

(11-26-72) Minnesota Vikings vs Pittsburgh Steelers - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(12-23-72) 1972 AFC Divisional - Oakland Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Immaculate Reception - Full Radio Broadcast on CD

(12-23-72) 1972 AFC Divisional - Oakland Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Immaculate Reception - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(12/23/72-12/24/72) 1972 Divisional Playoffs - Oakland Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns @ Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers @ Washington Redskins - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added May, 2009

(12-31-72) 1972 AFC Championship - Miami Dolphins @ Pittsburgh Steelers - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

 

1973

(11-25-73) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - rookie greg pruitts heroics saves the day against the steelers - Original Radio Broadcast on CD - Added August, 2011

(12-03-73) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Miami Dolphins - The Dick Anderson MNF Classic game! The Dolphin safety picks off four passes in the first half, returning two for TD's. Miami builds big lead, but Terry Bradshaw comes off the bench to lead huge comeback but falls just short in 30-26 Dolphin win. Steeler RB Franco Harris (15-105) does have a big night. - halftime highlights including: Giants/ Redskins, Cowboys/ Broncos, Browns/ Chiefs, Colts/ Jets, Bills/ Falcons, Vikings/ Bengals - 4 discs quality 9

(12/22/73-12/23/73) 1973 Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals @ Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1974

(09-22-74) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - NFL's first ever regular season overtime game. Both joe gilliam and otis armstrong have huge days. - Rebroadcast GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(09-22-74) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - NFL's first ever regular season overtime game. Both joe gilliam and otis armstrong have huge days. - Original Radio Broadcast on CD - Added August, 2011

(12-08-74) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(12/21/74-12/22/74) 1974 Divisional Playoffs - St. Louis Cardinals @ Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins @ Oakland Raiders, Buffalo Bills @ Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington @ LA Rams - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12-29-74) 1974 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Oakland Raiders - Original tv Broadcast and incredible quality on 3 DVDs. Is missing parts of 2nd Quarter - upgraded May, 2009

(12-29-74) 1974 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Oakland Raiders - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(01-12-75) Super Bowl IX - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Minnesota Vikings - @ New Orleans - Fran Tarkenton vs. Terry Bradshaw - Simply put, the Steel Curtain at its finest. MVP Franco Harris MVP Franco Harris rushes for a super bowl record 158 yards while Joe Greene and the D takes care of the rest. The Steelers first Super Bowl Championship.

 

1975

(12-20-75) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Rams - Sat. NF - Clash of power houses as two time Super Bowl champion bound Pittsburgh (12-1) travels to mighty LA (11-2) for a classic defensive struggle. Rams pull off long drive in final quarter to take 10-3 win over the Steelers despite star RB Franco Harris’ (21-126) big night - second half only - added August, 2007

(12/27/75-12/28/75) 1975 Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Cardinals @ LA Rams, Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-04-76) 1975 AFC Championship - Oakland Raiders vs Pittsburgh Steelers - A frigid day in Pittsburgh with the wind whipping around leads to frozen sidelines, rumored by Oakland owner to have been flooded to be that way! Drama aside, the Steelers put it to the Raiders, but not without a thrilling finish that sees the final score read 16-10 for the home team. George Blanda's last game

(01-18-76) Super Bowl X - Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Miami, FL - Roger Staubach vs. Terry Bradshaw. - The first of 3 classic Steeler/Cowboy Super Bowls. Lynn Swann wins the MVP with his spectacular catches and 161 yards receiving. The Steel Curtain holds off a Stauback comeback in a game that goes right down to the wire. - Includes halftime, commercials, (3 DVDs) (Quality 8.5)

 

1976

(09-12-76) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders - game that features Oakland Safety George Atkinson's infamous forearm to the head tackle of Pittsburgh WR Lynn Swann. Oakland would score 3 times in the last 3 minutes to win - added March, 2007 - Named one of the NFL's greatest finishes - includes some commercials - missing last minute of first half, also missing first 9 minutes of 3rd qtr, and missing last 1:09 of game - only version currently available (quality 8)

(09-19-76) Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - partial game w/edited huddles - announcer Buck (quality 8.5) - added December, 2007

(09-26-76) New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(10-04-76) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Minnesota Vikings - MNF - Pittsburgh defense starts to show in this game why this years unit will be called the greatest defense ever, but it isn't enough to stop a 17-6 defeat at the hands of the Super Bowl bound Vikings! Minnesota Mr. Everything RB Chuck Forman (27-148-2) is unstoppable on this night! - Includes pregame, commercials and halftime (quality 8.5)

(12/18/76-12/19/76) 1976 Divisional Playoffs - Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, LA Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots @ Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12-26-76) 1976 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders - Raiders finally beat Steelers in the playoffs, by a score of 24-7, to advance to the Super Bowl. - includes pregame, postgame and commercials (quality 8)

 

1977

(10-02-77) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - added December, 2007

(10-17-77) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF compilation disc 2 of 6 edited games - heavily edited footage from the game. Picks up at halftime - Includes Halftime, 7 minutes from the game (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(11-13-77) Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Snow begins falling late in the game - edited huddles - (quality 8.5)

(11-20-77) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Great 70's rivals go at it again as Pittsburgh wins out over Dallas in hard hitting game. Besides being a GREAT hard hitting game, and Steeler RB Franco Harris (29-179-1) at his best and Cowboy Rookie RB Tony Dorsett's (17-73-1) good day, this game has periodic updates showing highlights of Walter Payton's record setting (275yds) rushing performance against the Vikings that same day. Tony Dorsett's first start. - (Quality 8.5)

(12-24-77) 1977 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Broncos linebacker Tom Jackson's 2 interceptions and a fumble return set up 17 Denver points as the Broncos defeated the Steelers. Denver scored first after John Schultz's blocked punt set up running back Rob Lytle's 7-yard rushing touchdown. Pittsburgh responded with quarterback Terry Bradshaw's 1-yard rushing touchdown. But in the second quarter, Jackson picked up a fumble by Steelers running back Franco Harris and returned it 35 yards to the Pittsburgh 10-yard line. On play later, running back Otis Armstrong ran the ball into the end zone to give the Broncos a 14-7 lead. Harris later tied the game before halftime with a 1-yard touchdown run. After the teams exchanged touchdowns in the second half, Denver kicker Jim Turner made a 44-yard field goal to give the Broncos a 24-21 lead. Then on the Steelers ensuing possession, Jackson intercepted a pass from Bradshaw to set up another Turner field goal. Jackson later recorded his second interception of the game, leading to wide receiver Jack Dolbin's 34-yard touchdown reception to put the game away. Harris finished the game with 92 rushing yards, 4 receptions for 20 yards, and a touchdown. (8+, JIP, missing 9 minute stretch between 3rd & 4th quarters. - JIP 7-0 in 1st QTR. (Quality 8)

 

1978 Complete Season

(preseason) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys

(preseason) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Colts

(09-03-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Buffalo Bills - 2nd Half only - added December, 2007

(09-10-78) Seattle Seahawks @ Pittsburgh Steelers - edited huddles - randolph - (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2007

(09-17-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(09-24-78) Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - OT - There is an audio buzz throughout, heavily edited (Quality 7.5)

(09-24-78) Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

(10-01-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New York Jets - Lynn Swann has 100 yards receiving - Edited commercials and half-time; end of 2nd disc has a highlight package of the ’78 Yankees-Red Sox playoff game (The Bucky Dent Game) with Cosell doing the voice-over. (Quality 9)

(10-08-78) Atlanta Falcons @ Pittsburgh Steelers - edited huddles - costas/matte - Includes post game Bradshaw interview and 78 WK #6 highlights (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2007

(10-15-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - Added May, 2011

(10-23-78) Houston Oilers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF - missing opening kickoff - gifford/meridth/cosell - Includes Halftime (Quality 9)

(10-29-78) Kansas City Chiefs @ Pittsburgh Steelers - edited huddles - (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2007

(11-05-78) New Orleans Saints @ Pittsburgh Steelers - New Orleans show they are no longer the "Aints" as the give the Super Bowl bound Steelers all they can handle in hard fought come from behind 20-14 Pittsburgh win. Saints QB Archie Manning (344 yards) shines, as does Steelers QB Terry Bradshaw (16-23, 200yds, 2tds) and RB Rocky Bleier (17-84, and 3-46- receiving). Good game! - Includes commercials, halftime, and NFL Today post game show (quality 9)

(11-12-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angeles Rams - 2nd Half only (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(11-19-78) Wk 12 - Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 7.5) - Added August, 2011

(11-27-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ San Francisco 49ers - (Quality 8) - Added May, 2011

(12-03-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Houston Oilers - (Quality 8)

(12-09-78) Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Played in a blizzard - gowdy/brodie - some edited huddles (Quality 8.5)

(12-16-78) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - edited huddles - includes post game show (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2007

(12-30-78) 1978 AFC Divisional - Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Steelers pay back Broncos for last years upset with 33-10 win. The game was close until Pittsburgh QB Terry Bradshaw (16-29, 2tds, 272yds) hit star WR's John Stallworth (10-156-1) and Lynn Swann with bombs in the end zone in the 4th Quarter. Franco Harris' (24-105-2) hard running helps too! Part of half-time included, commercials mostly edited, except toward the end. Includes NBC post game show. - Part of half-time included, commercials mostly edited, except toward the end. Includes NBC post game show. - enberg/olsen (Quality 8)

(01-07-79) 1978 AFC Championship - Houston Oilers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Steelers just dominate Oilers & Earl Campbell in the freezing rain for 34-5 win at home - gowdy/olsen

(01-21-79) Super Bowl XIII - Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Miami, FL - Terry Bradshaw vs. Roger Staubach - This is one of the most entertaining games and one of the best Super Bowls ever played. One big play follows another in the Steelers 3rd Super Bowl championship. Many Hall-of-Famers play in this one. - gowdy/brodie/olsen - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1979

(09-03-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots - MNF - OT

(09-09-79) Houston Oilers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 7.5) - added May, 2011

(09-16-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ St. Louis Cardinals - Steelers erase 14 point 4th Qtr deficit - Added October, 2008

(09-23-79) Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 8) - added May, 2011

(09-30-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Philadelphia Eagles - (Quality 7.5) - added May, 2011

(10-07-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - HARRIS&BLEIER 70+TD RUNS - also have GOTW highlights from game

(10-22-79) Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF - includes halftime (quality 8)

(10-28-79) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Another clash of the titans in Game of '79 as Steelers beat Cowboys again, this time 14-3 in a game full of brutal hitting! Steeler great Franco Harris (18-102-2) and tenacious Steel Curtain Defense are the keys to the victory for Pittsburgh. - Complete with pregame, half-time, commercials, and post-game.

(11-04-79) Washington Redskins @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Complete with brief pregame, half-time, all commercials. (3 discs) (Quality 9)

(11-11-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Kansas City Chiefs

(11-18-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ San Diego Chargers

(11-25-79) Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - OT - Another incredible clash between these two rivals that isn’t decided until only 9 seconds remained in Overtime when Pittsburgh’s K Matt Bahr's FG beats Cleveland 33-30 in a crucial last season divisional clash. The Steelers RB's Franco Harris (32-151-2 & 9-81-1rec) and Rocky Bleier (10-61 & 7-45rec) are awesome, as is QB Terry Bradshaw (30-44, 364yds). The Browns QB Brian Sipe’s (333yds, 3tds) great day isn’t enough to overcome their inability to run on The Steel Curtain - also have GOTW highlights from game

(12-02-79) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 7) - added May, 2011

(12-10-79) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Houston Oilers - MNF

(12-16-79) Buffalo Bills @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(12-30-79) 1979 AFC Divisional - Miami Dolphins vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Pittsburgh offense just runs right over Miami, while the Steel Curtain defense only gives up 25 yards rushing on the day. It all adds up to 34-14 Steeler win at home.

(01-06-80) 1979 AFC Championship - Houston Oilers vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Steelers 27-13 over Oilers as Houston WR Mike Renfro is ruled out of bounds on play that is credited with the NFL eventually instituting the use of "Instant Replay". Great Game!

(01-20-80) Super Bowl XIV - Pittsburgh Steelers vs LA Rams - @ Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA - Terry Bradshaw vs. Vince Ferragamo - Steelers outlast pumped up Rams in a great game - Bradshaw wins MVP and passes for 309 yards. Stallworth 121 yards receiving.

 

1980

(09-07-80) Houston Oilers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 8.5) - Added July, 2011

(09-14-80) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Colts - Includes pregame, commercials (Quality 8)

(09-21-80) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cincinnati Bengals - (Quality 8)

(09-28-80) Chicago Bears @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(10-20-80) Oakland Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers - 4 discs

(10-26-80) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - Browns come from 12 behind in 4th Qtr, Brian Sipe 349 pass yds - (Quality 8)

(11-02-80) Green Bay Packers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - A costly safety in the first quarter turned out to be the difference as the defending Super Bowl champions avoided falling below .500. Gerry Ellis scored twice in a losing cause. The victory that snapped the Steelers' three-game losing streak was neither big nor easy. But the come- from-behind 22-20 decision over the Green Bay Packers more than satisfied Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh's usually hard-to-please coach. "We lost three games in a row. After that, any kind of victory is impressive," Noll said. "We're headed in the right direction." It took two second-half field goals of 27 and 18 yards by Matt Bahr, a 4-yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw to late-game substitute Rocky Bleier and some strong defense to snap the Steelers' longest losing streak since 1976. But Noll said he wasn't worried that the victory was so hard to come by. Bahr's 27-yard field goal four minutes into the third period pulled Pittsburgh to within 14-12 and his 18-yarder about six minutes later put the Steelers ahead, 15-14. With less than five minutes remaining in the game, Bradshaw hit Bleier with a 4-yard scoring pass to give the Steelers the lead, 22-14. Green Bay then drove 84 yards in 13 plays to pull within 22-20 with 34 seconds to go on a 14-yard TD pass from Lynn Dickey to Aundra Thompson. The extra point attempt was blocked, and Green Bay tried an onside kick but Pittsburgh's Dwayne Woodruff recovered. Green Bay had taken a 14-9 halftime lead on touchdown passes of 7 and 69 yards from Dickey to Gerry Ellis. The Pittsburgh defense had been largely responsible for the team's three prior defeats, but in the first half against Green Bay it was the Steelers' offense that sputtered. Green Bay piled up 216 total yards during the first half, while the Steelers managed just 89. The Packers' halftime lead might have been larger if the Pittsburgh defense had not intercepted three of Dickey's passes, including one snared by DB J.T. Thomas in the end zone to save a touchdown. Bradshaw, meanwhile, also turned the ball over three times in the first half - once on an interception and twice on fumbles. - Includes halftime upgraded (8.5)

(11-16-80) Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Game winning TD scored with seconds remaining - Dick Enberg, (Quality 8.5)

(11-30-80) Miami Dolphins @ Pittsburgh Steelers

 

1981

(11-01-81) WK 9 - San Francisco 49ers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Montana Vs Bradshaw - Franco Harris 104 yards rushing - added February, 2008

(11-08-81) WK 10 - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Seattle Seahawks - Includes halftime (Quality 8) - Added August, 2011

 

1982

(09-13-82) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - added December, 2007

(09-19-82) WK 2 Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers - OT - Overtime game in which Ken Anderson throws for 323 yards, 3 INT and Cris Collingsworth has 144 yards receiving for Cincy. Bradshaw throws for 298 3 TD for Pitt including the game winner in OT to John Stallworth. - (Quality 8.5) - added May, 2011

(01-09-83) 1982 1st RD AFC Super Bowl Tournament - San Diego Chargers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - A game with one of the more incredible starts you'll ever see turns into a shoot out between San Diego's Dan Fouts (333yds, 3tds) and Pittsburgh's Terry Bradshaw (325yds, 2tds). Big offensive days are recorded every where as Chargers over come nightmare beginning for 31-28 win on the road. Chuck Muncie 126 yards rushing.

 

1983

(09-04-83) Denver Broncos vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Elway's Debut - The most heralded rookie to come into the NFL in years, John Elway, makes his pro debut in this game, though it doesn't go that well for him! Broncos do pull out 14-10 win on the road though. - Broncos force 7 turnovers

(09-11-83) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - James Lofton and Lynn Dickey combined for three touchdowns, but Pittsburgh scorched the Packer defense with 285 yards rushing. Franco Harris would have 22 carries for 118 yards and 1 TD and became third runner in NFL History to go over 11,000 yards. Lofton would end the day with 5 catches for 169 yards. (Quality 9.0)

(11-24-83) Wk 13 - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Detroit Lions - Big Thanksgiving win for Billy Sims and Lions. Sims runs for 106 yards, gets 48 yards receiving, and has 2 rushing TDs. Lions kick returner Robbie Martin has 81 yard punt return for TD. Lions defense intercepts 5 passes (including one which gets returned 70 yards) and holds Franco Harris to just 16 yards rushing. Game is complete from start to finish unlike some other versions floating around. (QUALITY = 8) includes commercials and halftime - Added June, 2011

(12-10-83) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New York Jets - Bradshaw’s last game - Ten seasons before this game, a historic Jets moment—Weeb Ewbank’s retirement—was upstaged by another, more historic Hall-of-Famer moment: O. J. Simpson breaking the 2,000 yard barrier. Today the Jets play their final game at Shea; starting in 1984, they take up residency at Jimmy Hoffa Memorial Stadium. However, Steeler QB Terry Bradshaw, who until this game has not played at all in 1983, starts what will prove to be the final game of his Hall-of-Fame career. He goes 5 for 8 for 77 yards and 2 TD’s, and though he only lasts until the 2nd quarter, his presence is enough to spark Pittsburgh to a 34-7 thrashing of the Jets. The derisive Shea crowd that still remains when the gun sounds tears down both goalposts and takes home most of the Shea grass, only to discover that it can't be smoked. - includes half and post game (Quality 9.0)

(01-01-84) 1983 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Los Angels Raiders - added March, 2007

 

1984

(09-02-84) WK 1 - Kansas City Chiefs @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2011

(09-16-84) L.A. Rams vs Pittsburgh Steelers

(10-07-84) Miami Dolphins @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(10-14-84) Pittsburgh Steelers @ San Francisco 49ers - 49ers suffer their only loss of the season

(10-21-84) WK 8 - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Indianapolois Colts - (Quality 8) - September, 2011

(10-28-84) WK 9 - Atlanta Falcons @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Steelers '84 Post game w/ guest Frank Pollard, Ahmad Rashad interview with Mike Singletary on NFL Today (Quality 8) - added August, 2011

(11-25-84) San Diego Chargers vs Pittsburgh Steelers

(12-30-84) 1984 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Steelers shocking 24-17 upset of Broncos at Mile High Stadium is keyed by good days from Mark Malone (17-28, 1td, 224yds), Frank Pollard (16-99-2), and Walter Abercrombie (17-75). - Includes Halftime, NBC Post-game show, and Steelers Locker Room post-game show (Quality 8.5)

(01-06-85) 1984 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Miami Dolphins - Dan Marino (21-32, 4tds, 421yds) has a huge day in Dolphins 45-28 over Steelers in an offensive laden game. Steelers quarterback Mark Malone recorded 312 yards and 3 touchdowns, but was intercepted 3 times. - made from 2 sources - Includes pre-game, halftime, commercials, and post-game (3 discs)

 

1985

(12-08-85) Pittsburgh Steelers @ San Diego Chargers - Wow, what a shootout! San Diego beats Pittsburgh 54-44 in AMAZING back & forth contest! Chargers QB Dan Fouts (372yds, 3tds) and WR Wes Chandler (5-154-2) lead parade of stat stars.

 

1986

(11-02-86) Green Bay Packers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - QB Mark Malone and WR Weegie Thompson connected for three touchdowns as the Steelers won easily.

(11-23-86) Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns - OT - Matt Bahr hurts knee - includes halftime (Quality 9)

 

1988

(09-11-88) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Washington Redskins - Doug Williams is 30-of-52 for 430 yards as Redskins rally from 29-20 4th quarter deficit to win on Chip Lohmiller's FG with 12 seconds left

 

1989

(11-26-89) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Miami Dolphins - Added December, 2007

(12-31-89) 1989 AFC Wildcard - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Houston Oilers - OT - Ernest Givins 136 yards receiving - Includes halftime (Quality 8.5) - Readded July, 2011

(01-07-90) 1989 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Denver Broncos - Broncos outlast tough Steelers in surprisingly close 24-23 nail biting hard nosed contest. Merril Hoge (16-120) has big day for losing Pittsburgh. Great Game! - (Quality 8.5)

 

1992

(09-27-92) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - Brett Favre, making his first NFL start, twice threw touchdown passes after special team breakdowns by Pittsburgh as the Green Bay Packers beat the previously unbeaten Steelers, 17-3. The Packers shut out the Steelers after Gary Anderson hit an early first-quarter field goal to give Pittsburgh a 3-0 lead. Favre, who stepped in last week for the injured Don Majkowski, hit Sterling Sharpe with a 76-yard scoring pass in the second quarter to put the Packers up 10-3 at the half after Green Bay had blocked a 20-yard field goal attempt by Anderson. Then after Rod Woodson muffed a punt early in the fourth quarter, Favre flipped an 8-yarder to Robert Brooks with 12:52 left to make it 17-3. It was the first points the Steelers had given up in the second half this season. Woodson let the ball bounce and then tried to catch it, but he lost the ball when hit by Tim Hauck. Green Bay's George Koonce recovered in the end zone for an apparent touchdown, but the officials then ruled that Woodson had muffed the ball and gave the Packers the ball at the Steelers 8. Favre then pump faked and lofted the ball to Brooks in the right corner of the end zone on the next play. Favre completed 14 of 19 passes for 210 yards. Down two touchdowns, the Steelers then drove 50 yards to the Green Bay 26, but Neil O'Donnell threw four straight incompletions. Pittsburgh reached the Green Bay 12 in the final two minutes but still couldn't score. O'Donnell finished with 16 completions on 41 attempts for 224 yards. (Quality 9)

(01-09-93) 1992 AFC Divisional - Buffalo Bills vs Pittsburgh Steelers - The Bills forced 4 turnovers as they held the Steelers to just a field goal. Buffalo quarterback Frank Reich threw for 160 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions; while running back Kenneth Davis rushed for 104 yards and a touchdown. Pittsburgh scored first on kicker Gary Anderson's 38-yard field goal. However, Steelers quarterback Neil O'Donnell lost a fumble which Bills defensive lineman Phil Hansen recovered. Buffalo then advanced 59 yards to score on Reich's 1-yard touchdown pass to Mitch Frerotte, an eligible lineman. - ( w/ NBC Live pregame show, commercials, half-time and Steelers 5th Quarter post game (Quality 8.5)

 

1993

(11-15-93) Buffalo Bills @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF - w/pregame, commercials and post-game

(12-13-93) Pittsburgh Steelers vs Miami Dolphins - MNF

(01-08-94) 1993 AFC Wildcard -Pittsburgh Steelers vs Kansas City Chiefs - Joe Montana leads KC in great 27-24 comeback win in OT. Montana gets knocked out of the game early, but comes back to lead the Chiefs to victory. Great Game! - Includes commercials (Quality 8.5)

 

1994

(01-07-95) 1994 AFC Divisional - Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(01-15-95) 1994 AFC Championship - San Diego Chargers vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Chargers shock Steelers 17-13 at Three Rivers as LB Junior Seau (16 tackles) has a game for the ages. - includes commercials and post-game (Quality 9)

 

1995

(08-13-95) Green Bay Packers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Preseason - Favre gets leveled by Gregg Lloyd and Ty Detmer takes Favre’s place - Commercials, halftime (Quality 9) - upgraded June, 2007

(11-05-95) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Chicago Bears - OT - great game - Added May, 2011

(12-24-95) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - "Yancy Thigpen's drop" - Excellent game that would help decide the division title for the Packers. Unbelievable ending. Favre would turn in a gutsy performance in leading Packers to their division-clinching, 24-19 victory over Pittsburgh when, despite having to stop twice during the game after getting the wind knocked out of him, he threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns. On one sequence, he was hit hard by three Steeler defenders while scrambling on a play; the Packers called a time-out and Favre, who would go over to the sidelines and cough up blood, returned to throw a 1-yard scoring pass to Mark Chmura on the following play. Favre would be Named NFC 'Offensive Player of the Month' for December, passing for over 1,233 yards on 102 completions in 151 attempts with 10 TDs and only two INTs (109.0 passer rating) in directing Green Bay to three victories during the month. - about a half hour of live local Milwaukee Post game coverage of the Packers winning they're first division in 23 years & the complete episode of NFL primetime for week 17 of 1995. (Quality 9) - upgraded June, 2007

(01-06-96) 1995 AFC Divisional - Buffalo Bills @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(01-14-96) 1995 AFC Championship - Indianapolis Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Woody Williams makes an unbelievable tackle when Indy is trying to run out clock to give the ball back to the Steelers and set up the game winning drive. Indy comes within a ball resting on their receivers chest on a hail mary of winning - Voted as one of the 90's greatest games - added December, 2007 - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

(01-28-96) Super Bowl XXX - Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Tempe, AZ - Cowboys barely hold on over Steelers as Pittsburgh's QB O'Donnell keeps throwing to the open "Cowboy"

 

1996

(08-11-96) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - Preseason - TNT - Steelers were defending AFC champs and many thought Green Bay would be the team to beat in the NFC. Includes half and TNT post-game (Quality 9)

(12-29-96) 1996 AFC Wildcard - Indianapolis Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(01-05-97) 1996 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots

 

1997

(12-13-97) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots - OT

(01-03-98) 1997 AFC Divisional - New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(01-11-98) 1997 AFC Championship - Denver Broncos @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Revenge Tour Game #3" The Denver Broncos advanced to their fifth Super Bowl—and their first since 1989—with a 24-21 victory at Pittsburgh in the AFC Championship Game in front of 61,382 fans at Three Rivers Stadium. The Broncos became just the fifth Wild Card team to advance to the Super Bowl since the Wild Card format was established in 1970. Denver quarterback John Elway was intercepted by Levon Kirkland on the game’s second play, but the Steelers failed to capitalize when Norm Johnson’s 38-yard field goal attempt sailed wide to the left. Denver then got on the board when Davis—who would rush for 139 yards and become the club’s all-time postseason rushing leader—capped a six-play, 72-yard drive with an 8-yard scoring run on its second possession. Elway tied Roger Staubach for fourth place on the NFL’s alltime list for postseason touchdown passes (24) with his two on the day, and the Broncos’ three interceptions tied the franchise postseason record for most in a game. - (Quality 8.5)

 

1998

(11-09-98) Green Bay Packers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - MNF - Playing on Monday Night and trailing the Steelers by a score of 24-0 at halftime, the Packers reeled off 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to pull to 27-20. It was the first time in nine years that Green Bay trailed by 24 after two quarters. Pittsburgh RB Jerome Bettis was able to effectively run the ball late in the fourth quarter to seal the victory for the Steelers. Packers DE Keith McKenzie started the rally with an 88-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown after Reggie White sacked backup QB Mike Tomczak and jarred the ball loose. On third-and-five with two minutes left and the game on the line, Pittsburgh running back Jerome Bettis, contained the entire game, rumbled 12 yards for a first down to run the clock out and seal the game for the Steelers. The Packers managed a meek 39 yards rushing. - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5)

 

1999

(09-12-99) WK 1 Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - This game had been highly anticipated for 4 years. The return of the Browns to the NFL was televised nationally on ESPN Sunday Night Football. The game took place in the brand new Cleveland Browns Stadium, and fans everywhere were going nuts. This game was the fairy tale ending to a quest Clevelanders embarked on to bring the Browns back to their rightful home. - Includes Halftime, commercials, and sportscenter post-game (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(10-10-99) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Buffalo Bills

 

2000

(09-17-00) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Cleveland Browns - The first win ever for the Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium. One helluva game that came down a last second goal line stand by the Cleveland defense.

 

2001

(01-20-02) 2001 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(01-27-02) 2001 AFC Championship - New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers - The curtain call for Drew Beldsoe's Patriots tenure. Having lost his job and place in New England sports lore on a hard hit by the Jets' Mo Lewis, Drew Bledsoe was asked to help his team after Tom Brady's ankle was rolled up on during the second quarter. Drew would cap the Brady started drive by hitting David Patten in the corner of the endzone to give the Patriots a 14-3 haltime lead. He would drive the Patriots in the fourth to give them a game securing 24-17 lead on an Adam Vinatieri field goal and he would finish his Patriots career by coming off the bench and throwing for 102 yards and one touchdown. - added October, 2007

 

2002

(10-06-02) New Orleans Saints @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(11-10-02) WK 10 - Atlanta Falcons @ Pittsburgh Steelers - OT - added March, 2009

(12-01-02) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville Jaguars

(12-23-02) WK 16 Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers - (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2011

(01-05-03) 2002 AFC Wildcard - Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers - "The comeback" - Great game as Pittsburgh, behind QB Tommy Maddox (30-48, 367yds, 3td) fell behind 24-7 in the third to a Cleveland team lead superbly by it's backup QB Kelly Holcomb (26-43, 429yds, 3td). But Steelers use huge 4th quarter rally to squeeze out 36-33 win at home when Browns desperate attempt to get into tying FG range runs out of time just as they do! - added October, 2007

(01-11-03) 2002 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tennessee Titans - "Nedney’s Redemption" - The third time was the charm for Titans kicker Joe Nedney. After missing the potential game-winning field goal at the end of regulation time, and a second failed kick in overtime was negated because of a controversial roughing-the-kicker penalty on Pittsburgh's Dewayne Washington, Nedney won the game from 26 yards out 2:15 into overtime. Steelers coach Bill Cowher was incensed, saying he called a time-out before the winning kick took place. (3 dvd's) w/ commercials and half-time

 

2004

(10-17-04) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - "Big Ben's Rookie season and one of his early Comebacks as he defeats Vinny Testerverde and the Cowboys! Excellent ending!

(12-18-04) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New York Giants - Big Ben vs. Eli, the Two rookies put on a show and put up 63 points as the Steelers defeat the Giants 33-30. Includes halftime and commercials

(01-15-05) 2004 AFC Divisional - NY Jets vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Great game that goes into Overtime! Classic back & forth contest that sees Pittsburgh jump out 10-0, only to see heavy underdog New York come back to take stunning 17-10 lead late into final quarter. The Steelers rally to tie things at 17, and then get help from above when the Jets kicker misses two FG's in the final two minutes of regulation! Pittsburgh K Jeff Reed doesn't miss with four minutes left in OT for 20-17 win!

(01-23-05) 2004 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers vs New England Patriots - A great match up of super teams as 15-2 New England travels to 16-1 Pittsburgh. Defending champion Patriots use ever changing defensive sets to force three INT's out of rookie Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger that key 41-27 victory despite Pittsburgh’s gallant second half effort (Quality 9)

 

2005

(09-25-05) New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers - (Quality 9)

(11-06-05) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - Troy Polamalu called himself an accidental hero. His 77-yard touchdown return of Brett Favre’s fumble set the stage for Pittsburgh’s 20-10 win over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, when both teams turned to their stingy defenses to bail out their injury-ravaged offenses. Favre's streak of 27 straight home games with a touchdown pass came to an end. Green Bay held the Steelers without a single third-down conversion, allowed just two field goals and a 20-yard TD drive. Not bad, but not as good as Pittsburgh. The Steelers forced three turnovers that they turned into 17 points, including Polamalu’s score. The Steelers became the first team since the 1989-90 San Francisco 49ers and the fourth team overall to win 11 straight road games. And they did it without QB Ben Roethlisberger (knee) and RB Jerome Bettis (thigh), who were joined on the sideline in the second half by starting tailback Willie Parker, who turned his left ankle. Duce Staley, who replaced Bettis and had his first carries since the AFC championship in January, ran for 76 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries. The Packers fell to 1-7 at the halfway point for the first time since 1986 under Forrest Gregg. They’ve been in every game until the closing minutes and have actually outscored their opponents 168-159 — a first for an NFL team that lost seven of its first eight. - Includes halftime and Packers Blitz post-game (Quality 9)

(01-08-06) 2005 AFC Wildcard - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cincinnati Bengals - Palmer goes down on his 2nd play with knee injury

(01-15-06) 2005 AFC Divisional - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Indianapolis Colts - Ten point underdog Pittsburgh goes to Indianapolis and pulls off a shocker in a Classic! What a game with an Amazing Finish! Steelers use harassing blitzing defense to stifle top seed Colts awesome offense, and key passing combined with great running to build 21-3 lead after three quarters. But suddenly QB Peyton Manning gets hot for the Colts and begins an impossible comeback after dramatically waving off the punting unit to go for it on fourth down from his own 40, and he gets them to within three points! But two crucial 4th & Inches conversions by Pittsburgh used up important time, a controversial Steeler interception was over turned, a big Pitt defensive stand when up only 21-18 with a minute left that gives them the ball at the Indianapolis two, and seemingly the game to Pittsburgh. But then Jerome Bettis fumbles, and the Colts return it out to midfield with QB Ben Roethlisberger making a game saving shoe string tackle, to me thus coining this game "The Immaculate Tackle"! Manning then quickly maneuvers it to the Pitt 28, just missing a game winning pass in the end zone, before the Colts kicker amazingly misses the tying FG. What more could a game give you for excitement???!!!???

(01-22-06) 2005 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Denver Broncos - Pittsburgh, the #6 Seed, becomes the first team ever to knock off the #1, #2, and #3 Seeds in the Playoffs, and they do it all on the Road! Steelers use a so well designed that it was unstoppable passing attack, and turnovers from the return of "Mistake Jake" Plummer to take 34-17 win. (Quality 10)

(02-05-06) Super Bowl XL - Seattle Seahawks vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Detroit, MI - Pittsburgh completes' it's INCREDIBLE run to a Title as it uses three huge plays to beat a Seattle team 21-10. The Seahawks actually out play the Steelers, but have some key calls go the other way, and worst of all they shoot themselves in the foot over & over (Quality 10) (3 discs)

 

2006

(09-07-06) Miami Dolphins @ Pittsburgh Steelers - NFL Season Opener: Culpepper’s 1st game as a Dolphin – 18/37, 262 YDS, 2 INT

(09-18-06) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville Jaguars - MNF

(09-24-06) Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(10-08-06) Pittsburgh Steelers @ San Diego Chargers

(10-15-06) Kansas City Cheifs @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(10-22-06) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Atlanta Falcons

(10-29-06) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders

 

2007

(08-11-07) Green Bay Packers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Preseason - added September, 2007

(12-09-07) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots

(01-05-08) 2007 AFC Wildcard - Jacksonville Jaguars @ Pittsburgh Steelers

 

2008

(10-05-08) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Jacksonville Jaguars - Added March, 2011

(11-03-08) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Washington Redskins - Added March, 2011

(11-09-08) Indianapolis Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers

(11-30-08) Pittsburgh Steelers @ New England Patriots

(12-21-08) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tennessee Titans - K. Bulluck and Lendell White stomp on Terrible Towel

(01-11-09) 2008 AFC Divisional - San Diego Chargers @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Added September, 2011

(01-18-09) 2008 AFC Championship - Pittsburgh Steelers @ Baltimore Ravens - In a classic slugfest Pittsburgh take hard earned 23-14 battle over Baltimore to advance to their 7th Super Bowl! - Added May, 2011

(02-01-09) Super Bowl XLIII - Pittsburgh Steelers vs Arizona Cardinals

 

2009

(10-25-09) Minnesota Vikings @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Defending champ Steelers defense gets 2 defensive TDs in 4th but one is wiped out as Harvin returns kickoff for TD. Second one squashes Favre's comeback attempt as Vikings drive to scoring range with under 2 minutes to go - Includes CBS pre-game, commercials, and halftime - Added March, 2011

(12-20-09) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Green Bay Packers - Mike Wallace's 19-yard touchdown catch on the final play of the game gave the Steelers a thrilling win at Heinz Field. Roethlisberger had the most passing yards of any quarterback since November of 2006, as he went 29-for-46 with a franchise-best 503 yards and three scores, while Wallace finished the game with two catches, both touchdowns, for the Steelers, who snapped a five-game losing streak. Roethlisberger set a Steelers franchise record with his performance, as his 503 yards surpassed Tommy Maddox's 473 yards in a game against Atlanta on November 10, 2002. In addition, Roethlisberger now has 3,849 passing yards on the season, vaulting him past Terry Bradshaw's 3,724 in 1979 for most in one season by a Steeler. Aaron Rodgers went 26-for-48 with 383 yards and three scores, and Greg Jennings had five catches for 118 yards and a score for the Packers, who had a five-game winning streak snapped. Starting with the ball at the Pittsburgh 14-yard line and 2:01 to play, the Steelers got a first down on its first play, as a defensive holding call moved the chains. Facing a 4th-and-7 later from the 22, Roethlisberger connected with Santonio Holmes for 32 yards to get the ball past midfield. After an offensive holding call, Roethlisberger was picked off, but Green Bay was called for illegal contact for another Pittsburgh first down. A pair of incompletions and a false start saw the Steelers facing a 3rd- and-15, but Roethlisberger hit Miller for 20 yards for a fresh set of downs. Another defensive holding call followed by a Miller 15-yard catch got the ball to the Green Bay 19. After consecutive incompletions there was three seconds left on the clock. Roethlisberger took the snap and fired it to the left side of the end zone, where Wallace made a diving catch and barely kept his feet in with no time left on the clock. - Includes halftime, Monday QB postgame, Pack Attack (Brandon Undewood guest) 3 DVDs - (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

2010

(01-15-11) 2010 AFC Divisional - Baltimore Ravens @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Two of the best defenses in the NFL meet up in a grudge match to move on in the playoffs. The Ravens take a commanding lead into the half that would seem to large to overcome with their defense, but the Steelers over come their first half troubles and the Ravens. - Includes CBS NFL Today pre-game show, halftime, CBS post-game, ESPN NFL Primetime post-game show (3 DVDS) (Quality 10) - Added March, 2011

(01-23-11) 2010 AFC Championship - New York Jets @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Added March, 2011

(02-06-11) Super Bowl XLV - Green Bay Packers vs Pittsburgh Steelers - Added March, 2011

 

Yearbooks

Pittsburgh Steelers Yearbooks - 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979 - Added March, 2011