The Pittburgh Steelers have had many fight songs over the years. A sample of the lyrics of the fight song of the Pittsburgh Steelers are as follows: Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cross that goal Pittsburgh Steelers, Like free wheelers, Roll, roll, roll.
The Steelers were established on July 8, 1933 and were originally known as the Pittsburgh Pirates.
This will be his 4th in the league and with the Steelers.
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In September 2012, the Steelers will be starting their 80th season in the NFL. They began in 1933.
Through the 2011 season, the Steelers have made the playoffs 27 times.
Since 1933, the Steelers have had 16 head coaches.
Mike Tomlin was hired in 2007, he finished his seventh season as Steelers head coach in 2013.
One. He was a member of the Green Pay Packers when they won Super Bowl XLV 25-31 against the Pittsburgh Steelers on February 6, 2011.
The Steelers had beaten the Cleveland Browns 6 years in a row until December 10, 2009.
Through the 2011 season, the Steelers have made the playoffs 27 times in their history.
In September 2012, the Steelers will be starting their 80th season in the NFL. The team was founded in 1933.
Through 2010, the Steelers have made the playoffs 26 times and did not make the playoffs 52 times.
Through 2010, Ben Roethlisberger has played seven seasons for the Steelers.
From 2002-2011, the Steelers have lost 54 regular season games.
Pittsburgh Steelers jackets can be purchased from many retail stores and websites. Among them are any Pittsburgh Steelers store, Amazon, eBay and FootballFanatics.
There are estimates believing that there are upwards of 50 Million Pittsburgh Steelers fans.
The Pittsburgh Steelers went 11-5 in 2005.
The Philadelphia Eagles have beaten the Steelers 20 timesin Pittsburgh.
The Steelers have always played in Pittsburgh, PA. Since 1933.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have an NFL record six Lombardi Trophies.
The official Pittsburgh Steelers website has the list along with the dates. Click on the link below to see all of the Steelers that are in the Hall of Fame.
Jerome Bettis played 10 seasons for the Steelers (1996-2005). He retired right after the Steelers won Super Bowl XL.
The past 30 years would be from the 1980 season. The Steelers made the playoffs 17 times since 1980.