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Pittsburgh Steelers Tickets Information
Stadium: Heinz Field
Super Bowl Appearances: 8 (1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1995, 2005, 2008, 2010)
Famous Players: Bobby Layne, Terry Bradshaw, Jack Lambert, Mike Webster, Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, Franco Harris, Jerome Bettis, Ben Roethlisberger
One of the most storied franchises in NFL history, the Steelers boast eight Super Bowl appearances winning six (1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 2005, 2008). The Steelers were founded by one of the first families of football, the Rooneys, who still own and operate the team today. Their domination during the 1970s, led by the famed “Steel Curtain” defense resulted in nine of Pittsburgh’s core players being enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
Always a tough ticket, traveling to Pittsburgh to see the Steelers play is a must for any big time NFL fan. Opened in 2001, Heinz Field is a state-of-the-art 65,000 natural grass playing surface that sits at the confluence of the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers just outside downtown Pittsburgh.
The Steelers are coming off a disappointing 2013 season, which saw them get off to a slow start and finishing with an 8-8 record. Despite three straight wins against the Green Bay Packers, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns, the Steelers fell short of the playoffs for the second straight year. If they are going to make an strides this year, they have to improve on their mediocre play on both sides of the football. Last year their 379 points scored was exactly 16th in the NFL and their 370 points allowed on the year was ranked 16th in the league. That’s definitely two main ingredients to a recipe for finishing .500.
With higher expectations, now has never been a better time to get Pittsburgh Steelers tickets to check the team out.
Steelers vs. Cowboys
If you were to rank the NFL’s all-time rivalries, it would be hard not to put Steelers/Cowboys right on top of the list. These teams have met three times in the Super Bowl with the Steelers winning twice (1976, 1979) and the Cowboys claiming one (1995). When the NFL began to televise all of it’s bigger games in the 1970s these teams would often find themselves in the midst of a national debate of who was better and thus solidifying national fanbases. Keeping with the trend of how close these two franchises are, the Cowboys lead the all-time series 16-15.
Steelers vs. Ravens
Not surprisingly, this rivalry stems from the Steelers other big rival, the Cleveland Browns, and began when then Browns owner Art Modell decided to move the Browns to Baltimore in 1996. Ironically, both teams have handed each others’ first loss in their current venues: the Steelers beating the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in 1998, while the Ravens returned the favor by handing the Steelers their first loss at Heinz Field in 2001. In their 39 total meetings, the Steelers lead the Ravens 23-16.
Steelers vs. Raiders
Like the Cowboys, the Oakland Raiders enjoyed many a nationally televised game in the 1970s when the NFL was growing into the dominant sports league in the world. The result became a legion of fans, not just in Oakland, but across the continental United States making their match ups against Pittsburgh that much more passionate. These two storied franchises were widely viewed as the most physical teams in the NFL and led to many coining the phrase “smash mouth football.” From Ken Stabler to Terry Bradshaw and John Madden to Chuck Knoll, the Raiders/Steelers rivalry is often viewed as one of the greatest in the history of sports. The two teams have met each other 27 times (including 6 postseason games) with the Raiders leading 15-12.
Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule 2014
The Steelers want to get back to the postseason in 2014 and improve on the back-to-back 8-8 records. They have a great opportunity to do that this year against their AFC North rivals the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns. The Steelers will also face teams from the NFC South and AFC South this season. Check out the entire Pittsburgh Steelers schedule and make your way to Heinz Field this season.
Key Home Games
Week 1 vs. Cleveland Browns - The home opener is always one of the best times to take in a game at Heinz Field. If Johnny Manziel is starting at quarterback somehow for the Browns, this game becomes even more tantalizing.
Week 8 vs. Indianapolis Colts - Andrew Luck will try to take down the Steelers on their home turf while the Steelers will look to continue their winning ways against Indianapolis, who they beat in their last meeting in 2011.
Week 9 vs. Baltimore Ravens - Both the Steelers and Ravens are trying to get back to the postseason. Something has to give in this big AFC North matchup at midseason.