Mark Malone caught the longest touchdown pass in Steelers history which covered 90 yards. It was thrown by Terry Bradshaw against the Seattle Seahawks on November 8, 1981.
The longest touchdown in Steelers history was a pass caught by Mark Malone which covered 90 yards. It was thrown by Terry Bradshaw against the Seattle Seahawks on November 8, 1981.
Willie Parker's longest run for the Steelers was an 80 yard touchdown. It was on December 24, 2005, against the Cleveland Browns.
Super bowl 43. James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers returns an interception of Kurt Warner 99 yards for a touchdown.
Mark Malone, 99 yards
Terry Bradshaw completed a 90 yard pass to Mark Malone in 1981.
Offensively, the longest play from scrimmage is the Pittsburgh Steelers "Fast" Willie Parkers 75 yard touchdown run in Super Bowl XL(40) against the Seattle Seahawks. Defensively, the longest play is the Pittsburgh Steelers James Harrisons 100 yard interception return for a touchdown in Super Bowl XXIII(43).
James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers intercepted a Kurt Warner pass and returned it 100 yards for a touchdown at the end of the first half of Super Bowl XLIII
Willie Parker of the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XL vs. Seattle.His 75-yard touchdown run is the longest run from line of scrimmage in Super Bowl history, surpassing Marcus Allen's 74-yard run in Super Bowl XVII.Willie Parker's TD was a run. The longest touchdown passwas to wide receiver Mussin Mohammed from QB Jake Delhomme of the Carolina Panthers for 85 yards in 2004.
That is Kordell Stewart of the Pittsburgh Steelers who scored an 80 yard rushing TD against the Carolina Panthers on December 22, 1996. The Steelers lost the game, 18-14. Old history. On October 27, 2013, Terelle Pryor ran 93 yards for a touchdown against the Pittsburg Steelers on a designed deception play.
In Super Bowl XL, running back Willie Parker of the Pittsburgh Steelers reeled off a 75-yard touchdown run against the Seattle Seahawks.
Greg Best returned a fumble 94 yards in 1983.