Prior to 2011, the last time the Ravens defeated the Steelers was on October 3, 2010. The Ravens won the game 17-14 at Heinz Filed.
Before becoming a Steeler, Troy Polamalu played college football at USC. He was drafted by the Steelers in 2003.
Bill Cowher was the Steelers head coach from 1992-2006. From 1969-1991, it was Chuck Noll.
Dick Shiner was the #1 QB for the Steelers in the 1968 and 1969 seasons. The Steelers QBs in the 1967 season were Kent Nix and Bill Nelsen.
Prior to the 'Super Bowl Era', the Steelers won zero championships.
No. Prior to facing the Giants, the Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos, the Tennessee Titans and the Oakland Raiders.
Of course, we know it was Johnny Unitas.
Chuck Noll was drafted in 1953 by the Cleveland Browns. He played for Cleveland until he retired at 27 years of age in 1959. He then went on to become an assistant coach for the San Diego Chargers and the Baltimore Colts before joining the Pittsburgh Steelers.
He is on the Baltimore Ravens and is # 74 like he was that # in high school. He has a movie of his life called: The Blind Side
NFL wide receiver Mike Wallace is 31 years old. He was born on August 1, 1986. He was drafted by the Steelers and then played there from 2009 to 2012, before playing for the Vikings, the Dolphins, and the Ravens.
Kordell Stewart retired after the 2005 season. He played with the Steelers from 1995-2002. Afterwards, he played with the Bears (2003) and the Ravens (2004-2005).
No, black and yellow existed before the Steelers.
Steelers beat the Browns three times in the 1994 season, which was before the Browns became the Ravens. The Steelers did the hat trick on the Houston Oilers sometime during the 1970s, as well.
No, they were not. The Steelers were originally known as the Pirates.Pittsburgh Pirates - (1933-1939)Pittsburgh Steelers - (1940-1942)Phil-Pitt "Steagles" - (1943)Card-Pitt - (1944)Pittsburgh Steelers - (1945-present)
Dick Shiner was the Steelers' starting quarterback in 1968 and 1969.
The Green Bay Packers (02-05) The Pittsburgh Steelers (06-08) The Indianapolis Colts (2008)