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Steelers’ 2009 Season: Opponents Hard To Judge without Tested QBs

Published by on June 16, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL


Last season watching the Steelers, I frequently took solace in the progress of the 1974 Steelers and their dubious journey toward their first Lombardi. The fledgling team had been reinforced by a draft that history would prove to be legendary. Pittsburgh's defense meanwhile was gaining a reputation for being among the nastiest in the league.

Yet as criticism mounted against the offense of the 2008 Steelers, I would remind myself that in 1974, the Steelers had no quarterback.  

Following training camp, Terry Bradshaw was named the No. 2 quarterback behind Joe Gilliam. This quarterback controversy continued throughout the season with both Gilliam and Terry Hanratty starting after Bradshaw regain...

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