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1999 U.S. 33c Stamp Celebrating the 20th Century (1970-1979) - Pittsburgh Steelers, Dominant Football Team of the 70s, on First Day Cover Postmarked New York NY Nov 18, 1999

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  • The 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers had completed their return to the top of the NFL world. It wasn’t always easy, and it didn’t always seem preordained, but they saved their best football for the end and made history in the process.

    1978 Pittsburgh Steelers – In the first year in which the NFL moved to a 16 game schedule, this group set the new record with fewest points allowed in a season with 195. Powered by the Steel Curtain, they held 8 of 16 opponents to 10 or fewer points. This group did more blitzing than in years past to get to the quarterback. They did have 5 Pro Bowl defenders and 1 All Pro in Jack Ham, but there were stronger incarnations of the Steeler defense.

  • Swann torched the Oakland cornerback for nine catches and two touchdowns as the 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers demolished the '76 Raiders 30-21 in Super League Week 5 action. The game wasn't as close as the score indicated, as the Raiders scored two late touchdowns.

    Swann torched the Oakland cornerback for nine catches and two touchdowns as the 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers demolished the '76 Raiders 30-21 in Super League Week 5 action. The game wasn't as close as the score indicated, as the Raiders scored two late touchdowns.

    1978 Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL) 1st place American Football Conference Central Division 14-2-0 .875

  • 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers staff
    Front office
    • Chairman of the Board – Arthur J. Rooney
    • President – Daniel M. Rooney
    • Vice President – John R. McGinley
    • Vice President – Arthur J. Rooney, Jr.
    • Public Relations Director – Ed Kiely
    • Traveling Secretary – James A. Boston
    • Publicity Director – Joe Gordon
    • Controller – Dennis P. Thimons
    • Assistant Controller – James S. Maund
    • Director of Ticket Sales – Geraldine Glenn
    • Director of Player Personnel – Dick Haley
    • Assistant Director of Player Personnel – Bill Nunn
    • Director of Professional Scouting – V. Timothy Rooney
    • Talent Scout – West Coast – Bob Schmitz

    Head coaches

    • Head Coach – Chuck Noll

    Offensive coaches

    • Offensive Line – Rollie Dotsch
    • Offensive Backfield – Dick Hoak
    • Receivers – Tom Moore
    Defensive coaches
    • Defensive Coordinator – George Perles
    • Defensive Assistant – Dick Walker
    • Linebackers & Secondary – Woody Widenhofer


    Strength and conditioning

    • Strength – Louis Riecke
    • Flexibility – Paul Uram
    • Physician, M.D. – Dr. David S. Huber
    • Physician, M.D. – Dr. Anthony P. Yates
    • Physician, Orthopedic – Dr. Paul B. Steele, Jr.
    • Dentist – Dr. George P. Boucek
    • Trainer – Ralph Berlin
    • Assistant Trainer – Robert Milie
    • Equipment Manager – Anthony Parisi
    • Field Manager – Jack Hart
    • Film Director – Bob McCartney
    • Photographer – Harry Homa

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    The 1992 Dallas Cowboys had a chance to move into a first-place tie. The 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers needed a win to make their final regular-season game have meaning.

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1978 Pittsburgh Steelers Starters, Roster, & Players. Previous Season. Next Season. Record: 14-2-0, ... Pittsburgh Steelers / 1st / 22nd pick / 1978: RCB: