Terry Bradshaw was the starting quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1975. He would go on to lead the Steelers to their second straight Super Bowl victory.
In 1974, the Steelers had three different starting quarterbacks, Terry Bradshaw (7), Joe Gilliam (6) and Terry Hanratty (1). In 1975, Terry Bradshaw started all 14 games.
Joe Gilliam was a quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers from 1972-1975. Joe was the starting quarterback for the Steelers in 1974 for the first 6 games, before being replaced by Terry Bradshaw.
Terry Hanratty has: Played Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback in "The NFL on CBS" in 1956. Played Himself - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback in "The NFL on NBC" in 1965. Played Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback in "1972 AFC Championship Game" in 1972. Played Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback in "Super Bowl IX" in 1975. Played Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback in "Super Bowl X" in 1976. Played himself in "This Is Your Life: 30th Anniversary Special" in 1981. Played himself in "ESPN SportsCentury" in 1999.
The Steelers record in 1975 was 12-2.
Steve Furness (1972-1980) wore the number 64 for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1975.
There was no player on the Steelers that wore the number 8 in 1975.
In 1975, John Banaszak wore #76 for the Steelers.
Chuck Noll was the Steelers head coach in 1975. He was the Steelers head coach from 1969-1991.
There have been 8 Super Bowls that the Steelers have played in. They have had 3 different QB's in those games. Terry Bradshaw was the starting quarterback for the Steelers dynasty in the 70's, where they won all 4 that they went to. 1975 (SB9), 1976 (SB10), 1979 (SB13) and 1980 (SB14). In 1996 (SB30), Neil O'Donnell was the quarterback for the Steelers loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Ben Roethlisberger was the quarterback for the Steelers in their wins in 2006 (SB40), 2009 (SB43) and their loss in 2011 (SB45).
The 1975 Super Bowl IX was the first appearance for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers beat the Minnesota Vikings 16-6.
Former Pittsburgh Steeler Quarterback Joe Gilliam has two Super Bowl Rings. Gilliam was part of the 1974 and 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl Championship teams.