Great Players in Pittsburgh Steelers Football: Begins with 1933 QB Tony Holm and finishes with 2018 QB Ben Roethlisberger.

Great Players in Pittsburgh Steelers Football: Begins with 1933 QB Tony Holm and finishes with 2018 QB Ben Roethlisberger.

by Brian Kelly


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Begins with 1933 QB Tony Holm and finishes with 2018 QB Ben Roethlisberger.This book is written for those of us who love Pittsburgh Steelers Football and who want to know the stories about all those great Pittsburgh players and their great Super Bowl victories. . From the very beginning, the book moves you one season at a time, one player ate a time, but rapidly through the Pittsburgh Steelers ages. We meet the great immortal Pittsburgh players from the first QB Tony Holm through Terry Bradshaw's great years as QB to Ben Roethlisberger, the current field marshal. Through the years we also stop to look at some great running backs like Jerome Bettis as well as great linemen and linebackers such as Jack Ham and Jack Lambert.Besides the QB's you've heard of many other great players over the years who helped provide Pittsburgh its 655 wins. The book often stops in time and talks about a particular great player such as Tony Holm, John Stallworth, Jack Ham, Jack Lambert, Jerome Bettis, Hines Ward, Franco Harris, Rod Woodson, Mel Blount, Le'Veon Bell, Antonio Brown, and Jock Sutherland-some of the greats who played and won six Super Bowls over a forty-year period. Those of us who enjoy the teams coming out every week in the fall know that it was because hundreds of Pittsburgh players in 85 years of football create the Steelers winning tradition. While the coaches masterminded the victories, the Pittsburgh players provided the scoring and the excitement. From day one, Pittsburgh has been a winning program even in the early days when wins were tough to get. Look at the recent record and you will find one of the best teams ever in the NFL. Pittsburgh Steelers fans need this book on their bookshelves to get the many great players' stories about how they pulled it off.This book is your finest source for a great read on your favorite players on your favorite professional football team by studying the history of its great players. It is for your reading pleasure but also is a great reference for when you want to see how a particular Pittsburgh great player performed during their career.If you are a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. you will not want to put this book down until you know every great player's name and a lot more about their stories.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947402409
Publisher: Lets Go Publish
Publication date: 07/12/2018
Pages: 238
Sales rank: 586,991
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Brian Kelly retired as an Assistant Professor in the Business Information Technology (BIT) Program at Marywood University, where he also served as the IBM i and Midrange Systems Technical Advisor to the IT Faculty. Kelly designed, developed, and taught many college and professional courses. He continues as a contributing technical editor to a number of technical industry magazines, including "The Four Hundred" and "Four Hundred Guru," published by IT Jungle.

Kelly is a former IBM Senior Systems Engineer. His specialty was problem solving for customers as well as implementing advanced operating systems and software on his client's machines. Brian is the author of 155 other books, including 30 Sports Books, and hundreds of magazine articles. He has been a frequent speaker at technical conferences throughout the United States.

Brian was a candidate for the US Congress from Pennsylvania in 2010 and he ran for Mayor in his home town in 2015. Kelly loves the Steelers and he became a big fan in the 1950's watching NFL games with his dad on Sundays on the 21" Admiral B/W TV.

This is Brian's first "Great Players" book about a professional NFL team. Writing about the Pittsburgh Steelers has been a special treat.

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