The Pittsburgh Steelers: the official team history

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Taylor Trade Pub., Aug 30, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 269 pages
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As the Steelers rolled to a Super Bowl victory in 2006 by winning three straight playoff road games in a row, led improbably by a second-year quarterback and an aging superstar, the fervor of Pittsburgh fans reached a pitch unequaled since the team's last trip to the Super Bowl in 1995. After more than seventy years, the proud tradition of Steelers football is as stirring and vibrant as ever. Now with a new chapter and photos from Super Bowl XL, this is the thundering account of a team whose heritage is characterized by the same rugged confidence and gritty determination displayed by their many fans through the years.

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With the Superbowl but a few weeks away, today's book review is The Pittsburgh Steelers- The Official Team History by Abby Mendelson. The Steelers have won six Superbowls, more than any other ... Read full review

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This was a gift for an avid fan, my Father in Pennsylvania. This book was was very much appreciated. Read full review

Contents

Chapter
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The Early Years
21
Chapter 3
60
Copyright

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