Blitzburgh and The Steel Curtain
lmao the steel curtain they were called in the 70s i believe.but steelers rock!!!!!!! I think you are the first one to call Russia the Steel Curtain. The Steel Curtain refers to the defense of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Iron Curtain was coined most famously by Winston Churchill.
The Steel Curtain and Blitzburgh were two nicknames that were used for the Steelers defense.
The Steel Curtain.
Greg Kronz, in a radio poll in the 1970's.
The Steel Curtain was the nickname given to the Steelers front four defensive linemen during their Super Bowl dynasty of the 1970's. They won their Super Bowls in 1974, 1975, 1978 and 1979.
The Steel Curtain of the 1970's were defensive ends (L.C. Greenwood & Dwight White) and defensive tackles (Joe Greene & Ernie Holmes).
The Steel Curtain in the 1970s and Blitzburgh in the 1990s , because of their defense.
The "Steel Curtain" is a reference to the defensive line of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s. The defensive line consisted of "Mean" Joe Greene, L.C. Greenwood, Ernie Holmes, and Dwight White.
It was the Steel Curtain in the 1970's. It was called "Blitzburgh" in the 1990's.
Because Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is legendary for its steel mills. Pittsburgh is also known as the 'Steel City'.
The 'Steel Curtain' was the nickname given to the Steelers front four defensive linemen during the 1970's. The safeties during those years were free safety Glen Edwards and strong safety Mike Wagner.
The Steel Curtain was the nickname for the four defensive linemen on the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970's. The entire defense eventually adopted that nickname. The original linebackers were Jack Ham, Jack Lambert and Andy Russell.
The Steelers got they're name from the steel workers who worked in the factories of Pittsburgh.
The Steelers had nicknames for their defense over the years, such as the Steel Curtain in the 70's and Blitzburgh in the 90's.
Because at the time of the naming Pittsburgh was full of steel mills.
The Pittsburgh Steelers got their name because the City of Pittsburgh is considered a steel city because of all the work they do with steel within the city.
It represents the steel workers in the city of Pittsburgh in the steel mills there.
During the 'Steel Curtain' days for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team ran a 4-3 defense. The nickname was used for their four down linemen, (Joe Greene, Dwight White, Ernie Holmes and L.C. Greenwood). However, the Steelers best linebacking crew during the 'curtain' years consisted of Jack Lambert, Jack Ham and Andy Russell.
The nickname for the 1970's Steelers defense.
A Steeler was someone who worked in the steel mills. Pittsburgh is famous for their steel production and terrible sports teams (Pittsburgh Power- AFL, Pittsburgh Steelers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Pirates.) They also are robbers which is weird because they can never "steel" a win. They lose to the Ravens every year.