The Steelers record since 2000 is 127-64-1. This is through the 2011 season.
Since the merger, the Chicago Bears lead the series against the Steelers with a 17-7-1 record.
From 2002 through 2012, the Oakland Raiders have a 4-3 record versus the Steelers.
Since the inception of Thursday Night Football in 2006, through the 2012 season, the Steelers have a 7-2 record.
Steelers regular season home record since the 2000 season is 57-22-1. That record doesn't include this year's season.
Since 1970, the Steelers have appeared in 15 AFC championship games. They have a record of 8-7.
As of the start of the 2010 season, the Steelers are 53-18-1 since the opening of Heinz Field, not including preseason or postseason.
No, they have not. The Steelers have been in Pittsburgh since they were established in 1933.
The Pittsburgh Steelers haven't had cheerleaders since 1969.
The Steelers record from 1974-2010 is 352-222-2. If you click on the link below you can see all the Steelers season by season records.
They always have been in Pittsburgh, since 1933.
Since 2000, through the 2013 season, the Steelers have a 17-14 record versus the Baltimore Ravens. This includes the postseason.
The Steelers started the 2013 season with an 0-4 record. This was the first time since 1968.
The Steelers have always played in Pittsburgh, PA. Since 1933.
Since 1933, the Steelers have had 16 different head coaches.
No. They have not had cheerleaders since 1969.
No, they have not. They have been in Pittsburgh since 1933.
The Steelers have had 33 named starters since 1933.
Since 1995, the Steelers have won 14 playoff games.
39-22 total, 23-5 at home.
Since the beginning of the 2009 season, including playoffs, the Steelers have a 3-4 record against the Baltimore Ravens.
Since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970, that is the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers who each have played in 14 Conference championship games. The Cowboys record in those games is 8-6 and the Steelers record is 7-7.
The Steelers have won 56 games (including 5 playoff games) since 2006.
Mike Tomlin has been the Steelers head coach since 2007.