The 1975 Steelers quickly discovered that one of the most difficult feats in all of sports is defending a world title. At the beginning of the season, coach Chuck Noll’s team didn’t even look like they had the stuff to reach the playoffs, let alone win back-to-back championships. Fresh off an upset in Super Bowl IX, the Steelers were not yet a dynasty, not even with nine future Hall of Famers. Thanks to their defense, which featured a front four called the “Steel Curtain,” the club pounded out eleven straight wins, much to the delight of their blue-collar fans. Still, the season may be best remembered for the ballet-like moves of wideout Lynn Swann. In Super Bowl X, Swann set a record with 161 receiving yards on four catches, including a game-sealing, 64-yard touchdown grab to beat the Dallas Cowboys and clinch the team’s second straight Super Bowl title. Join NFL Films as it retells the story of the ’75 Steelers with exclusive interviews from Swann, Dwight White and Mike Wagner. Playing time: 63 minutes.
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