Super Bowl 45: February 6th 2011. The Steelers and Packers are the only teams without cheerleaders.
pick a city...in the US, Mexico...anywhere. That is a hometown for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Pittsburgh Steelers has only 1 logo on a side and not on the other side
I believe Pittsburgh is the only team without cheerleaders.. No one ever died during a game by tackle, but a man died mid game of a heart attack. Also, there was a conspiracy for the 2009 season to keep Steelers out of the playoffs. Google it.
Ernie Stautner's #70.
Only time will tell.
Gary Anderson was named the Steelers' MVP in 1983.
The Steelers only had one cheerleading squad, 'The Steelerettes', from 1961-1969.
The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Steelers 27-17 in Super Bowl XXX. It was the Steelers only Super Bowl loss.
The Steelers became the only team to win 6 Super Bowls.
The only number to be officially retired by the Steelers is #70. It was in honor of defensive tackle Ernie Stautner.
Johnny Clement was the only Steelers player to wear #00. He wore it from 1946-1948.
It is in honor of defensive tackle Ernie Stautner, who played for the Steelers from 1950-1963. It is the only number officially retired by the Steelers.
The NY Giants don't have cheerleaders. Don't know about others....
The one and only, Troy Polamalu.
The general public cannot purchase shares of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The only NFL franchise that offers public shares is the Green Bay Packers.
Pittsburgh is known for steel so they named them after the steel and their logo is the steel symbol only in different colors.
The Bengals have swept the Steelers only twice; 1998 and 2009.
The only Polamalu to ever play for the Steelers is current strong safety Troy Polamalu.
Bernard Patrick Holm (nicknamed Tony Holm) was the first quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers. At the time he was their QB they were known as the Pittsburgh Pirates. He was the punter and the quarterback and threw for 2 touchdowns and 13 interceptions and lasted only one season.Angelo Augustine Brovelli was the Pittsburgh Steelers first QB from 1933-1934.
No, his only NFL game appearance was with the Cleveland Browns.
70-Ernie Stautner is the only official # retired by the Steelers. There are other unofficial #'s that will probably not be in use anymore by the team.
No, he was not the only one. Click on the link below to see all the players that wore #88 for the Steelers.