'NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers - Behind the Steel ...'
(DVD / NR / 2012 / NFL Productions-Vivendi)
Overview: Over an 11-year span, the Steelers changed forever, from lovable losers to the finest franchise in the National Football League. This exciting DVD from NFL Films goes behind one of the greatest dynasties in sports history to show how Chuck Noll, Mean Joe Greene, Terry Bradshaw and scores of others came to dominate the NFL in the 1970s.
DVD Verdict: In 'NFL Dynasty Collection: The Pittsburgh Steelers, Behind the Steel Curtain' you get an incredible inside look at how the Pittsburgh Steelers became on of the most dominating forces in NFL history.
To bring you into the game, the Pittsburgh Steelers are a professional football team based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The team currently belongs to the North Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). Founded in 1933, the Steelers are the oldest franchise in the AFC.
Pittsburgh has won more Super Bowl titles (six), won more AFC Championship Games (eight) and played in (fifteen) and hosted more (eleven) conference championship games than any other AFC or NFC team. The Steelers share the record for most Super Bowl appearances with the Dallas Cowboys (eight). The Steelers won their most recent championship, Super Bowl XLIII, on February 1, 2009.
This new 'NFL Dynasty Collection: The Pittsburgh Steelers, Behind the Steel Curtain' also features the playmakers, innovative coaches and moments that the defined and impacted the game like no other. 'NFL Dynasty Collection: The Pittsburgh Steelers, Behind the Steel Curtain' also cronicles the story behind one of the greatest dynasties and defensive teams in NFL history and features an up-close look at some of their greatest icons including Mean Joe Greene, Franco Harris, Terry Bradshaw, Jack Lambert, Lynn Swann and Chuck Noll. This is a Widescreen presentation enhanced for 16x9 TVs and comes with the bonus features of:
NFL Game of the Week: 1972 AFC Divisional Playoff Game (The Immaculate Reception)
NFL Game of the Week: 1974 AFC Championship Game