The Steelers beat the Oakland Raiders on December 23, 1972 in the AFC divisional playoff game for their first postseason win.
The Steelers won their first postseason game against the Oakland Raiders, 13-7, on December 23, 1972. The Steelers lost their first postseason game to the Miami Dolphins, 21-17, on December 31, 1972.
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Through the two teams first game in 2011, the Pittsburgh Steelers lead the Baltimore Ravens in head to head regular season meetings 18-13. The Steelers also lead 3-0 in postseason meetings.
Through their first meeting in 2012, the Steelers hold a 62-57 edge over the Cleveland Browns during the regular season. The Steelers also lead 2-0 in postseason meetings.
That was the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 24, 1977 by the score of 34-21.
When the Steelers were founded in 1933, they were known as the Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Steelers were first named the Pittsburgh Pirates and in 1940 they were renamed the Steelers.
The 1975 Super Bowl IX was the first appearance for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers beat the Minnesota Vikings 16-6.
The first Dallas Cowboys versus Pittsburgh Steelers game was played in Dallas.
In 1933, Tony Holm was the first quarterback for the Steelers.