Lambert is ejected for a so-called "flagrant personal foul" after delivering a vicious head shot to Brian Sipe, a fraction of a second after Sipe releases a pass that is intercepted by Donnie Shell, leading to a brawl in front of the Browns' bench. While I agree the hit is late (borderline for the early '80s), the ejection is completely unwarranted. The penalty overturns Shell's INT and the Browns add their final TD a few plays later. The Steelers already have the division wrapped up coming into the game, but this is a bad loss -- Cliff Stoudt is simply awful -- marking Pittsburgh's 4th loss in 5 games (the only win during the span coming courtesy of Terry Bradshaw). One bright spot, Franco Harris sets an NFL record, becoming the first player in NFL history to achieve eight 1,000-yard seasons.

Despite coming into the game as the league's top-rated passer, Terry Bradshaw suffers through one of the worst performances his career (2 of 13, 3 yds, 0 TD, 2 Int, 4 sacks and a fumble) in a -20 degree Buffalo windchill. Noll mercifully decides to sit Bradshaw after a bad INT early in the 3rd quarter, but Cliff Stoudt fares little better (2 of 10 for 29 yds, 1 Int, 1 sack) as the Steelers shockingly finish the game with -2 net passing yds. The score could've been much worse if not for a spirited performance by the defense, who thwarts Buffalo threats all afternoon despite repeatedly facing a short field.

The hardest-hitting rivalry in football lives up to its name in a thriller. Roethlisberger, already wearing an oversized boot to protect a broken foot, suffers a gruesome-looking broken nose on Pittsburgh's opening drive when Haloti Ngata's hand gets through Ben's face mask, staining his jersey with blood and forcing trainers to try to bend his badly misshapen nose back into place. Late in the 4th quarter, the Ravens lead 10-6 and have a chance to run out the clock. But on 2nd-and-5 from the Ravens 43 with 3:22 left, Flacco drops to pass and Troy Polamalu comes unblocked off the left side and blindsides Flacco, raking the ball from his grasp. LaMarr Woodley collects the fumble and returns it 19 yds to the Ravens 9. On 1st down, Ben somehow wrestles himself away from Suggs to throw one of the most amazing incompletions you will ever see to avoid a certain sack. After another incompletion, Roethlisberger again drops to pass from an empty set with Isaac Redman in the slot. Redman snags a quick slant, breaks away from a would-be tackle and spins into the end zone with 2:51 left. The Ravens have a chance to force OT in the final minute but decide to go for it on 4th and 2 from the 31 rather than trying a long FG into the wind. Flacco's 4th-down pass is low and incomplete with 37 seconds left. The win puts the Steelers a game ahead of Baltimore in the AFC North and gives them the inside track on a 1st-round bye.

Steeler errors prove costly, leading to both Jets TDs. Jim Smith fumbles a punt return at the Steeler 27, leading to a Richard Todd TD on a bootleg. On New York's 2nd scoring drive, Pittsburgh penalties contribute 49 of the Jets' 61 yds. Bradshaw plays most of 3 quarters, completing 10 of 17 passes for 171 yds with 1 INT.

A dismal end to a disappointing season. The Bradshaw-less Steelers lose their 3rd straight, blowing a 4th quarter lead on a Dave Casper's 3rd TD catch of the game with 1:51 remaining, then coughing up any chance of a comeback on a Harris fumble at midfield with a minute to play. The Steelers hold Earl Campbell to just 24 yds on 13 carries, but give up 377 yds passing and 3 TDs to Gifford Nielsen. Due to network technical difficulties, coverage breaks away to Bengals/Falcons game for several minutes in the first half.

A simply brutal butt-kicking. Jack Lambert is seemingly everywhere as the Steelers pound Rams in a Super Bowl rematch at Three Rivers Stadium. "Count Dracula in Cleats" gets up close and personal with Wendell Tyler early in the game and plays like a man possessed for the rest of the afternoon. Wendell never should've poked the bear, because Lambert seeks him out several times for additional punishment. Outstanding performances are also delivered by Franco Harris (18 carries, 114 yds, 1 TD), Mel Blount and Jack Ham. Rams QB Pat Haden gets knocked out of the game early after being intercepted by Ham and the Steel Curtain proceeds to beat backup Dan Pastorini like an ugly stepchild, intercepting him 3 times (2 by Blount) and nailing him for 3 sacks. While the Steelers score 21 points in the first 17 minutes of the game, the Rams manage just 2 first downs in the 1st half, entering Pittsburgh territory only once via a fumble recovery, and their only scoring chance dies when Frank Corral's FG attempt is blocked. Lynn Swann catches a 9-yd TD from Bradshaw early in the 2nd quarter, but ends up hospitalized with a bruised lung after coughing up blood. Bradshaw passes sparingly for 204 yds and the Steelers rush 44 times for 211 yds while holding the Rams to just 174 yds of total offense.

A disgusting game. The Steelers come in hungry to avenge their 24-17 AFCC loss and get their @$$es handed to them. The Pats force 5 turnovers and Tom Brady unleashes an aerial assault, at one point throwing 25 consecutive passes while running the ball only 4 times in the 1st half. Nonetheless, the game is locked in a 7-7 tie for much of the 1st half. The turning point comes late in the 2nd quarter when Pittsburgh blows a 1st and goal from the 1 with a mind-boggling string of mistakes. First, a false start pushes the ball back to the 6. Stewart is then tackled for a 1-yd loss. Burress catches a pass in the back of the end zone but can't get both feet down and finally, Amos Zereoue is stopped a yard short of of the goal line on a 3rd-down screen. After the play, Zereoue gives Lawyer Milloy a shove and draws a personal foul making it 4th and goal from the 16, where the Steelers promptly commit another false start. You can guess what happens next: Todd Peterson's 39-yd FG attempt flutters wide left and any air that was left in the Steelers... escapes. The 2nd half is all Patriots as New England rolls to a 30-7 lead before Stewart, who suffers 3 INTs 5 sacks, adds a meaningless consolation TD with 4 seconds remaining.

Brian Sipe sets a club record on this cold, windy, nasty day by throwing 6 INTs: 3 to Donnie Shell, 2 to Anthony Washington and 1 to Ron Johnson. Greg Hawthorne, Sidney Thornton and Franco Harris provide the Steelers early TDs on short runs and Bradshaw throws short TDs late in the game to a pair of unlikely recipients -- 1-yd to a very excited Ray Pinney on a tackle-eligible play and a 5-yarder to Rick Moser. Kicker David Trout continues the agony of his pitiful rookie season by missing 3 straight extra point attempts. The Browns take an early lead on Matt Bahr's 33-yd FG but they would have had 6 points if not for a Gregg Pruitt drop of a sure TD pass in the end zone. The Steelers then score quick back-to-back TD's as Hawthorne scores from a yard out following a long Pittsburgh drive, Washington intercepts Sipe, and Thornton immediately capitalizes with a 3-yd TD to make it 12-3. Dave Logan snags a 13-yd TD to make it 12-10 at halftime, but the Steelers take their opening drive of the first half the distance, keyed by fake a FG (due to Trout's obvious struggles) and pick up a key first down and set up Harris' 2-yd TD run a few plays later. Trout misses his 3rd straight PAT (this one is blocked) but the rout is on as Sipe suddenly can't stop throwing INTs and the Steelers run up the score in the 4th quarter.

The Steelers spot the Chargers a 7-0 lead on Vincent Jackson's acrobatic 41-yd catch just 4 plays into the game, but Santonio Holmes makes a pair of would-be tacklers miss on an electric 67-yd punt return for a TD to even the score and it's all Pittsburgh from there. A now-healthy Willie Parker piles up 146 yds and 2 TDs on 27 carries and Ben bounces back from his concussion to throw for a score and lead the efficient, mistake-free offense to 35 points. With LaDainian Tomlinson out with a groin injury, Darren Sproles does some damage in the return game and catches a long pass in garbage time, but is held to only 15 yds in 11 carries on the ground. The 3rd quarter is quite literally ALL Steelers as Pittsburgh opens the second half with a marathon 13-play, 8-minute scoring drive capped by a Roethlisberger TD pass to Miller. The Chargers then run their only offensive play in the entire 3rd quarter -- a Phillip Rivers pass that is intercepted by Larry Foot -- and thanks in part to a punt that bounces comically off the helmet of Eric Weddle and into the arms of and William Gay to extend a Pittsburgh drive that continues into the 4th quarter. Parker adds a late TD to seal the deal and the Steelers move on to their their rubber match vs. Baltimore in the AFC Championship.

The Steelers bring down the Jets with an overwhelming show of force in the first half, then hang on to win in the second half en route to their 3rd Super Bowl in 6 years. Pittsburgh sets the tone early with a grinding 15-play, 9-minute opening drive capped by a 1-yd Mendenhall TD plunge. The Steelers soon add a 20-yd Suisham FG after a drive in which all 60 yds come on the ground. On their next possession, the Steelers attack through the air, gaining 58 of their 66 yds passing and taking a 17-0 lead on a 2-yd Roethlisberger high-stepping scoring run at the 2-minute warning. 47 seconds later, Ike Taylor comes on a corner blitz and blindsides Mark Sanchez for a sack, popping a fumble high in the air. William Gay scoops up the loose ball, picks up several blocks and races 19 yds for a TD and an insurmountable 24-0 Pittsburgh lead. Gang Green fight back in the 2nd half but squander a golden opportunity to make it a one-possession game midway through the 4th quarter, coming up empty after a 17-play, 8 minute drive. On three chances from the 1-yd line, amid confusion on the sidelines and questionable play-calling, the Jets come up empty after Sanchez throws a pair of incompletions before Tomlinson is stuffed on 4th down. On the next play, however, Ben fumbles the snap and is caught for a safety. The Jets draw closer on a Sanchez 4-yd TD pass to Cotchery with 4:32 left. But on 3rd and 6 from the Jet 40, Roethlisberger finds Brown for 14 yds on the most important first down of the night and the Steelers go into victory formation.

Does it get any better than this? For this then-10-year old Steelers fan, watching it unfold with his Browns-loving older brother in 1978, it does not. This perfectly executed play, one of the most famous and memorable moments in Steelers history, is dubbed "High School Right" (officially named "fake 84 reverse-gadget pass"). On the play, which occurs in overtime, Bradshaw hands off to Bleier, who hands off to Swann, who pitches the ball back to Bradshaw, who throws a bomb to a wide-open Bennie Cunningham for the game-winning TD.

James Harrison is in full Silverback mode with 2 of Pittsburgh's 6 sacks, a forced fumble and an INT. Troy Polamalu adds a late INT and James Farrior leads the team with 8 tackles and a sack as the Steelers limit the Raiders to just 61 yds rushing and 121 yds passing with 3 turnovers. The Steelers are penalized 14 times for a record 163 yds, but the Raiders one-up them when Richard Seymour is ejected for smacking Roethlisberger in the face as Ben congratulates his teammates following a 22-yd TD pass to Emmanuel Sanders late in the first half. While Bruce Gradkowski and Jason Campbell combine for 2 INTs and 6 sacks, Ben Roethlisberger is nearly flawless through the air (18 of 29, 275 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT) while also gaining 55 of Pittsburgh's 162 rushing yards, including a diving 16-yd TD and a 31-yd scramble late in the game, the longest run of his career.

Big Ben's mind-boggling stats are enough to make any "Madden Football" aficionado's toes curl as he connects on 40 of 49 passes (81.6%) for 522 yds, 6 TD, 0 INT and 0 sacks, making Andrew Luck's 400 yds and 3 TDs seem puny by comparison. The Colts strike first on a Vinatieri FG, after which the Steelers open up a can of whoop-ass, scoring TDs on their first four offensive possessions (all TD passes) plus a pick 6 by William Gay to run up a 35-10 lead. The Colts rally and threaten to make a comeback, narrowing the score to 42-34 late in the 3rd, aided by a blocked Roethlisberger punt (!) a pair of costly fumbles by Darrius Heyward-Bey and LeGarrette Blount. But an intentional grounding call on Luck after he trips in his own end zone results in a safety, and following the free kick, Ben adds his 6th TD pass of the day on a gutsy 4th-and-inches call to nail the lid shut on Indy.

Terry Bradshaw shines, completing 25 of 45 for 389 yds and 3 TDs as he leads the Steelers on a furious comeback to overcome a 24-7 fourth quarter deficit. Bradshaw goes 6-for-6 on Pittsburgh's final 98-yd game-winning drive, capped by a perfectly thrown "touch" pass to Bennie Cunningham with 2 minutes remaining. The win gives the Steelers a perfect 4-0 preseason record.

Lynn Swann soars in the greatest big-game performance by any receiver ever in one of the greatest Super Bowls ever played! Dallas turns a botched Steelers punt into a quick 7 points and in spite of Pittsburgh's statistical dominance, the Cowboys actually lead 10-7 after 3 quarters. But the 4th quarter is all Pittsburgh as the Steel Curtain and a rabid Jack Lambert shine in one of the most exciting Super Bowls of all time. Swann is clearly the star, hauling in 4 miraculous catches for 161 yards and the game-winning TD. But Lambert is a close 2nd for MVP in this one. I'm telling you, he just EXPLODES on people in a complete frenzy, screaming & yelling, flailing his arms, getting in people's faces. His body-slam of Cliff Harris gets a lot of press, but what Lambert did while the clock was running is much more impressive. There are a couple of solo tackles Lambert makes that sound like gunshots. This was in Jan. of '75, folks... there were no fancy-schmancy, high-tech mics to enhance the sound of the hits back then. He's just HAMMERING people. The tide turns in Pittsburgh's favor for good when Reggie Harrison blocks a punt for a safety early in the final period. A Gerela FG a shortly thereafter gives Pittsburgh a 12-10 lead and a brilliant Mike Wagner INT deep in Dallas territory sets up another Gerela FG a few plays later. The nail in the coffin is Lynn Swann's final catch of the afternoon, a picture-perfect 64-yard deep post from Bradshaw (voted "the Greatest Pass of All Time" by NFL Films) to give Pittsburgh an insurmountable 21-10 lead. Give Dallas credit... they fight until the bitter end, but Glen Edwards picks off Staubach's final desperation pass in the end zone as time expires. One of my absolute favorite games!

Note: There are three different versions of this game. The first version (click here) is an absolutely PERFECT quality recording of the original CBS broadcast with Pat Summerall and Tom Brookshier calling the game. The second version (click here), which features excellent video quality, is the complete CBS broadcast w/Summerall and Brookshier and includes commercials, some pregame material with player introductions and the National Anthem, the complete halftime show as well as lots of postgame material including the Lombardi Trophy presentation, game highlights and numerous locker room interviews with players and coaches from both sides. The third version (click here) is a lesser-quality recording of the CBS broadcast with the radio call from Jack Fleming and Myron Cope dubbed in (no halftime show, pre/postgame or commercials).

Despite the absence of star LBs James Harrison and James Farrior, the Steelers play disciplined, stifling defense and hold the high-powered Patriots to just 213 total yds of offense. Brady completes 24 of 35, but for only 170 net passing yds as Ike Taylor, Troy Polamalu and company blanket Wes Welker and Deion Branch and allow only one play longer than 20 yds. Meanwhile, Ben Roethlisberger puts on a short passing clinic, dissecting the Pats for 365 yds on 36 of 50 passes as the Steelers pile up 427 yds of offense. The Patriots trail by two scores for much of the game, but Brady hits Hernandez for a TD with 2:39 left to pull within 6. Unable to stop the Steeler offense, Belichick opts for an onside kick despite having all 3 timeouts, but the kick doesn't travel 10 yds and the Steelers take over and milk the clock. New England gets one last chance from their own 22 with 19 seconds left, but Brett Keisel smacks the ball out of Brady's hands and a diving Troy Polamalu knocks the ball out of the back of the end zone for a safety.

With Mark Malone traded to the Chargers, Bubby Brister (who beat out Todd Blackledge in camp) makes his first start since 1986, hitting 13 of 27 for 214 yds and scoring on a 1-yd run. Dallas scores on their opening drive, but the Steelers fight back to take a 10-7 lead. Poised at the Dallas 2 with just over a minute to play in the first half, Noll shockingly decides to go for it on 4th and goal, but rookie Warren Williams is stuffed after only a 1-yd gain. Undaunted, Brister leads the Steelers on a 79-yd scoring drive to open the 2nd half, keyed by a 3rd-and-17 out-n-up bomb to Charles Lockett for 44 yds, and capped by Bristers 1-yd leapfrog sneak. But Dallas fights back and with just over 3 minutes left, Steve Pelluer drives the Cowboys to a 3rd and 2 at the Steelers' 4 yard line, in position for at least a game-tying FG. But instead of throwing the ball away as Steeler defenders converge, Pelluer rolls right and throws the ball into a swarm of Steelers in the end zone, where LB David Little comes down with the easiest INT of his life to seal the game.

The Steelers finally get "one for the thumb" as the Bus makes his last stop in Detroit. On a day when Ben is decidely off his game and the entire offense seems jittery and out of sync, the Steelers' defense -- aided by Seattle's penalties, self-inflicted wounds and poor clock management -- holds off the Seahawks long enough for the offense to produce a handful of gigantic plays, including Ben's crazy 3rd-and-28 improvisational scramble-n-pass to Ward for 37 yds and Willie Parker's stunning 75-yd TD burst behind the crushing block of guard Alan Faneca. But no play is bigger than Antwaan Randle El's "Fake-39 Toss X-Reverse Pass." With the ball on Seattle's 43, Roethlisberger hands off to Parker, who hands off to Randle El, who is sweeping right on an end around. Meanwhile, game MVP Hines Ward comes off the line casually and then suddenly explodes downfield into the clear, and Randle El -- aided by a clutch block by Big Ben -- throws a picture perfect deep strike, hitting Ward in stride at the 5-yd line. A broadly smiling Ward skips into the end zone for a stunning 43-yard TD, giving Pittsburgh an insurmountable 21-10 lead. The Bus is finally home and after the game on the podium, in front of a jubilant Steelers "home crowd" on the road, Bettis says, "I'm a champion. I think the Bus' last stop is here in Detroit." Mission accomplished!

On a rainy, windy afternoon in which the Steeler offense can only muster FGs, Troy Polamalu and LaMarr Woodley each return INTs for TDs. Polamalu snags 2 INTs on the day, the first coming with 4-1/2 minutes left in the half when Troy breaks on a pass intended for T.O., gathers it in and streaks toward the end zone, reaching for the pylon as he dives across the goal line for a 45-yd pick-6 to tie the game. Despite a strong, improvisational performance by Roethlisberger, who wears a visor to protect his broken nose while playing on a gimpy right foot, and despite dominating time of possession (including a 9-1/2-minute drive in the 2nd half that ends without points), the Steelers fail to get into the end zone on offense. But it doesn't matter as early in the 4th, Woodley drops into zone coverage, steps in front of a pass intended for Chad Ocho Cinco and takes it 14 yds to the house to give Pittsburgh an insurmountable 20-7 lead.

A CRAZY game. Pittsburgh leads 13-0 after a dominating first half, outgaining Buffalo 225-51 and grinding out a 4:1 time of possession advantage behind Mendenhall (36 att, 151 yds, 1 TD). But late in the 3rd, a helmet-to-helmet roughing call against James Harrison gives Buffalo new life. Fitzpatrick dumps a 3rd-and-10 screen to Fred Jackson, who breaks a tackle and splits the seam for a stunning 65-yd TD. Buffalo soon adds a pair of FGs, the second set up by a costly Mendenhall fumble, to tie the game at 13. Leading 16-13 with 2:51 left, the Troy Polamalu appears to strike a decisive blow with a diving INT at the goal line. But the Steelers (penalized 10 times for 107 yds including 5 holding penalties) can't seal the deal, and the Bills add a FG to force OT. Enter WR Stevie Johnson, who has 7 catches in the game, but also 4 drops. In OT, Johnson drops his 5th. After trading punts, the Bills have a 1st & 10 from the Steeler 40. Fitz drops back, has plenty of time and dimes a PERFECT bomb to a WIDE open Johnson behind Taylor and Clark at the goal line. The ball hits Johnson in stride, perfectly over the shoulder, right in the hands... and slips right through them. The Bills soon punt and given a second chance, Ben responds with a 13-play, 58-yd drive capped by Suisham's 41-yd game winner.

A game Pittsburgh probably should've won. The Steelers lead in nearly every statistical category, but giving up a 97-yd TD on the opening kickoff and suffering a late safety prove fatal. A safety when Mewelde Moore is caught in the end zone by Jason Taylor is especially costly, extending New York's lead to 22-17 and forcing the Steelers to go for a TD. Roethlisberger drives the Steelers from their 8 to the New York 10 in the final 2:08, repeatedly keeping the drive going along the way. On 3rd and 24, Ben finds Emmanuel Sanders for 29 yds. On 3rd and 10, he finds Mike Wallace for 18. But on Pittsburgh's final 2 plays, Ben fails to connect with Sanders and Spaeth (in for an injured Heath Miller) and the Jets take over on downs. The Steelers manage to keep LaDainian Tomlinson largely in check (11 carries, 49 yds) despite the absence of Troy Polamlu with an achilles injury. But QB Mark Sanchez plays surprisingly error-free and does just enough to win.

Barry Foster carries 28 times for 168 yds and scores 2 TDs as he breaks Franco Harris' 1972 team record with his 8th 100-yd game of the season. With backup QBs Jack Trudeau and Bubby Brister starting because of injuries to both team's starters, the Steelers use Foster's rushing, a dominating first half by their defense and 3 INTs (2 by rookie Darren Perry) to take a 27-7 lead. By game's end, the Steelers outrush the Colts 253-71 and hold a 15-minute advantage in time of possession.

The Steelers take a huge lead, squander it, then save the day with a huge hit. For 3 quarters, the Bengals make mistake after mistake, setting up Pittsburgh scores with a fumbled kickoff, a blocked punt and a missed FG. On the first play of the 4th quarter, Pittsburgh seems to put the game away on a gadget play when Antwaan Randle El bombs it to Mike Wallace for a 39-yd TD to open up a 27-7 lead. The Bengals respond with a Palmer-to-T.O. TD pass less than 2 minutes later, and the Steelers suddenly get sloppy. A Roethlisberger INT sets up another Bengal TD, aided by 35 yds in penalties, to make it 27-21. The Steelers again have a chance to put it away on a Jeff Reed 46-yd FG with 3:59 remaining, but the kick sails wide left. After the miss, Palmer coolly leads the Bengals to the 12-yard line. On 4th-and-5, Palmer finds an open man over the middle for an apparent first down at the Steeler 5, but range, but James Harrison and Ryan Clark converge to blow up Jordan Shipley, knocking the ball out and preserving the Pittsburgh victory.

A thriller on Monday Night! The Oilers jump out to a 24-6 halftime lead, but the Patriots fight back in the second half and the game isn't decided until Greg Stemrick picks off Steve Grogan in the end zone with 20 seconds left. Earl Campbell is a wrecking ball with 130 yds (his 5th consecutive 100-yd game) and 2 TDs on 30 carries. Stabler throws sparingly but is near-perfect, hitting 15 of 17 for 258 yds, 3 TDs and 1 INT. Grogan (25 of 39, 374 yds, 3 TD, 2 INT) brings the Pats roaring back in the 3rd quarter with a pair of TD drives, including a 39-yd TD bomb to Harold Jackson, whose sideline tightrope act narrows the score to 24-20. Things heat up even more in the 4th. Campbell scores on a 7-yd run up the gut, but Grogan comes right back with a 21-yd TD to Russ Francis. Stabler hits Mike Renfro for a 16-yd TD, but Grogan comes back to Francis for another TD pass with 1:28 left to make it 38-34. The Patriots recover the onside kick and drive all the way to the Houston 19 before Stemrick ends the threat with his INT.

Vince Ferragamo, in only his 6th NFL start, throws a trio of long TD passes to shock the heavily favored Cowboys. Neither team is terribly impressive offensively, but the Rams make 3 big plays, and that's the difference. Ferragamo's first TD pass goes to Wendell Tyler, who gets behind the defense on a wheel route for a 32-yd 2nd quarter score. Ferragamo strikes again just before the half, this time hitting Rod Smith on a 43-yd bomb in double coverage with just 3 seconds left. Randy Hughes and Aaron Kyle are all over Smith in the end zone, but Smith gets underneath the coverage and outleaps the Cowboys to give the Rams a 14-5 lead. Dallas scores twice in the second half to take a 19-14 lead, but Ferragamo strikes again with 2:06 left. From midfield, Billy Waddy lines up right, then cuts across the middle about 20 yds deep. Ferragamo fires the ball hard down the middle, just over the outstretched hands of Mike Hegman, who actually tips the ball. The tipped pass goes right to Waddy, who gathers it in waist-high and races the remaining 27 yds into the end zone for a 50-yd game-winning score.


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