Pittsburgh Steelers: The Complete Illustrated History - Second Editionby Lew Freedman, Dick Hoak
With a tradition that goes back more than 75 years and a history of success unmatched in professional football, the Pittsburgh Steelers stand out as an elite sports franchise. Six Super Bowl victories and 26 playoff appearances place the Steelers among the best of the best in NFL history. The roster of players who have donned the black and gold reads like an
With a tradition that goes back more than 75 years and a history of success unmatched in professional football, the Pittsburgh Steelers stand out as an elite sports franchise. Six Super Bowl victories and 26 playoff appearances place the Steelers among the best of the best in NFL history. The roster of players who have donned the black and gold reads like an all-star team, and the 1970s dynasty alone featured nine players currently enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Through the highs and the lows, fans from throughout western Pennsylvania and the nation have cheered passionately for their team for decades.
Updated to include the team's run to the Super Bowl in 2010, Pittsburgh Steelers: The Complete Illustrated History presents all the great moments, the great players, and the great teams, exploring both the on-field and off-field exploits of this iconic franchise. Lavishly illustrated with color and black-and-white images from throughout the team's history, it is the ultimate celebration for fans of all ages.
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Meet the Author
Lew Freedman is the author of more than 40 books on sports, including Chicago Bears: The Complete Illustrated History, Game of My Life: Chicago Bears, and The 50 Greatest Plays in
Chicago Bears Football History. His complete illustrated histories of the Bears, Giants, and Steelers all rank among MVP's top five best-selling football titles. Freedman lives in Columbus, Indiana.
The winner of nearly 300 journalism awards, Lew Freedman is a longtime sportswriter who has worked for the Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, and Anchorage Daily News. Among his numerous books are Chicago Bears: The Complete Illustrated History, Iditarod Dreams, and Dynasty: The Rise of the Boston Celtics.
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I was reading the illustrated book of the Pittsburgh Steelers and I seen a mistake. I don't have the book with me but if you will turn the book to the part where it shows the decade of the 2000's you will see that the Steelers record for 2004 is wrong. It says they went 12 and 4, and if you would check your stats they actually went 15 and 1 and lost to the patriots at home that year in The AFC ChampionShip game.