In Super Bowl XLIII, Steelers linebacker James Harrisonhad a 100 yard interception return for a touchdown. It is a Super Bowl record.
It was Pittsburgh Steelers running back Franco Harris, who was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl IX. Harris rushed for 158 yards and scored a touchdown in the Steelers' 16-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Yes he scored a TD against Buffalo in Super Bowl 27 and a touchdown in Super Bowl 30 against Pittsburgh.
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).
"fast" Willie Parker is a running back for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers. Parker was signed as an undrafted free agent out of the University of North Carolina. He scored on a 75-yard touchdown run in Super Bowl XL, which is the longest rushing play in Super Bowl history. He has won two Super Bowls titles with the Steelers, in Super Bowl XL and XLIII.
Yes they did, with the last, best touchdown of the game. The Steelers defeated the Cardinals 27-23 to win Super Bowl XLIII.
It was their third Super Bowl. In Super Bowl XIII the Steelers scored 35 points against the Dallas Cowboys.
Super bowl 43. James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers returns an interception of Kurt Warner 99 yards for a touchdown.
The Steelers have a +29 point differential throughout the 8 Superbowls they played in.
Dwight White in Super Bowl IX and Reggie Harrison in Super Bowl X.
Santonio Holmes caught the eventual game winning pass from Ben Roethlisberger.
Yancey Thigpen of the Steelers scored on a 6 yard pass from Neil O'Donnell with 13 seconds left in the first half.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are 6-2 in Super Bowls.
STEELERS SUPER BOWLS: Super Bowl 9 (1975) - Pittsburgh Steelers 16 Minnesota Vikings 6. Super Bowl 10 (1976) - Pittsburgh Steelers 21 Dallas Cowboys 17. Super Bowl 13 (1979) - Pittsburgh Steelers 35 Dallas Cowboys 31. Super Bowl 14 (1980) - Pittsburgh Steelers 31 Los Angeles Rams 19. Super Bowl 30 (1996) - Pittsburgh Steelers 17 Dallas Cowboys 27. Super Bowl 40 (2006) - Pittsburgh Steelers 21 Seattle Seahawks 10. Super Bowl 43 (2009) - Pittsburgh Steelers 27 Arizona Cardinals 23. Super Bowl 45 (2011) - Pittsburgh Steelers 25 Green Bay Packers 31.
The halftime score of Super Bowl IX was: Pittsburgh Steelers 2, Minnesota Vikings 0.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, that is James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers who returned an INT 100 yards for a TD in Super Bowl XLIII against the Arizona Cardinals.
It was tight end Jackie Smith in Super Bowl XIII, the Cowboys' second of three Super Bowl clashes with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The franchise now known as the Pittsburgh Steelers entered the NFL in 1933 as the Pittsburgh Pirates. On Wednesday, September 7th, 1933, Marvin "Butch" Kottler became the first Pittsburgh player to score a touchdown when he intercepted a pass at Pittsburgh's 1 yard line and returned it 99 yards for a touchdown against the Chicago Cardinals (who later moved to St. Louis, and then Arizona). The Pittsburgh Pirates went on to win that game, the second one in their history, 14-13. Kottler's 99-yard return remained the team record for the longest interception return until Super Bowl XLIII (43) on February 1, 2009, when the Steelers' James Harrison returned an interceptions for 100 yards just before halftime, against the Arizona Cardinals.
Dallas Cowboys last played in Super Bowl XXX beating the Pittsburgh Steelers. (The Pittsburgh Steelers last played in Super Bowl XL beating the Seattle Seahawks.)
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The 1975 Super Bowl IX was the first appearance for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers beat the Minnesota Vikings 16-6.
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 21-17 in Super Bowl X.
Yes. The Pittsburgh Steelers have gone to eight Super Bowls. They have a 6-2 record.
The cast of Super Bowl XL Champions Pittsburgh Steelers - 2006 includes: Jerome Bettis as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Bill Cowher as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Troy Polamalu as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Strong Safety Ben Roethlisberger as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Through Super Bowl XLII, that is 31 points by the Dallas Cowboys who lost Super Bowl XIII to the Pittsburgh Steelers, 35-31.