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The Pittsburgh Steelers celebrated history really begins in the 1970s, nearly 40 years after the franchise first took the field. Up until then Steelers playoffs tickets had been something dreamed up in lunch rooms and steel mills. That decade Chuck Noll assembled players like running back Franco Harris, defensive lineman Joe Greene, wide receiver Lynn Swann, linebacker Jack Lambert, and quarterback Terry Bradshaw to win seven division titles in eight seasons and win four Super Bowls in six years. Beating the Vikings in 1974, the Cowboys in 1975 and 1978, and the Rams in 1979, the Steelers became a dynasty.

Years of great defensive teams and Pro Bowl running backs like Barry Foster and Jerome Bettis could not take the respected franchise beyond the AFC Championship game. Steelers playoff tickets seemed to guarantee a great run that always fell short. It was not until 2005 that great story lines collided and the Pittsburgh and all the fans at Heinz Field would be able to relive the glory of the 1970s. Ben Roethliberger was the young quarterback becoming the face of the team. Jerome was the kind-hearted veteran needing only a Super Bowl victory to close out his career, and Bill Cowher was the great coach known for motivating his team that needed a championship to complete his resume. The Steelers rolled through the Bengals, barely beat the Colts, decimated the Broncos, and defeated the Seahawks in Super Bowl XL.

The Pittsburgh Steelers came out of 2007 with renewed confidence in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Roethlisberger returned to form with a quarterback rating of 104.1, 32 touchdowns, and only 11 picks. This followed a year down year in 2006 that saw him playing injured. The Steelers also are happy with the production of running back Willie Parker who ran for 1,316 yards to compliment the passing game.

The Steelers are pretty solid at most positions but need to improve the offensive line, which gave up 47 sacks last season. The club has already signed center Justin Hartwig and will look to the 2008 draft to strengthen the guard and tackle positions.

Three years later the Steelers want to regain that glory that they knew not so long ago. The faces have not changed too much. Roethlisberger is still the leader on offense, Willie Parker has become the full time back, Hines Ward is still the favorite receiver, and the defense is still led by Aaron Smith, Casey Hampton, James Farrior, Ike Taylor, and Troy Polamalu. The new faces include Santonio Holmes as the game breaking receiver and rookie Rashard Mendenhall ready to punch the ball in near the goal line. The team carries the experience and the talent ready to make Steelers playoff tickets a ride again in 2008.

The division offers its challenges. The scheduled games against the Bengals will test the defense, the games against the Ravens will test the potency of the offense, and the games against the Browns will test the team’s ability to handle the unexpected. Playoff tickets may seem like a guarantee, but how far they will go will be showcases in the division match ups.

The Steelers will once again bring competitive football to Heinz Field in 2008, but have a difficult AFC North division schedule to weather.

The Pittsburgh Steelers began as a team back in 1933 when the owner, Art Rooney Sr., paid the NFL league fee to have a team. The team than started at the bottom of the league and were called the Pittsburgh Pirates. They only were able to break even one season for seven seasons, with the other six being losing seasons for the team.

The 2008 - 2009 Steelers are looking at another AFC Central Championship and another run at the playoffs. With the team looking in top form they are one of the favorites in the AFC to make it to the super bowl.

The Pittsburgh Steelers hope to build off Mike Timlin’s impressive first year as coach with a fully-healed Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback. The Steelers used the draft to replace the skill positions that have been ravaged in recent years by retirement and free agency. Santana Holmes and Hines Ward return as an explosive, but aging wide receiver team. Pittsburgh is hoping that Limas Sweed will add a viable third option for Big Ben.

Although the club already had a very capable running back in Willie Parker, the addition of first round draft pick Rashard Mendenhall gives the club a good change of pace back who can barrel through arm tackles all day long.

The Steeler’s defense has been left largely intact, with a line backing core of LaMarr Woodley, James Farrior, Larry Foote, and James Harrison. The lines job is to stop the run and Aaron Smith, Casey Hampton, and Brett Keisel look up to the job. The Steelers’ secondary is good, but cornerbacks Deshea Townsend and Ike Taylor and safeties Troy Polomalu and Ryan Clark will need to create some more turnovers to compete in the very competitive AFC North.

The Steelers look ready to bring the dominant football of the ‘70s and ‘90s back to Pittsburgh. Find your seats at Heinz Field with tickets from the Ticket Specialists for any game on the schedule.

The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl in 2009, meaning that every team is taking aim at them or trying to poach their winning strategy and their players. The Steelers managed to keep most of that championship defense and all the key offensive players, which means the Steelers actually have a chance to repeat as NFL champions.

The Pittsburgh defense should be extremely solid as usual, especially with a healthy Troy Polamalu back at safety after missing eleven games last year. Linebacker LaMarr Woodley finished the season with eight consecutive games with 0.5+ sacks - the most in team history, topping Greg Lloyd’s prior total of six - which also led the way for Woodley to lead the Steelers 13.5 sacks on the year. In addition to Woodley and Polamalu, it is the combined play of the three other linebackers which is the cornerstone of this defense; James Farrior leads the team with 102 tackles, 68 solos, and 34 assists; James Harrison leads in tackles for loss (6) and forced fumbles (5) while coming in second in the sacks column with 10; Lawrence Timmons is third on the sacks list with 7, while following right behind Harrison in tackles for loss (4) and forced fumbles (4) as well. Actually, five of Pittsburgh’s top tacklers account for 12 of the team’s 14 forced fumbles, a stat that can definitely shift the momentum and win you some games.

Behind quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who seems to get better each year, the offense was pretty outstanding last year, and could continue to get even better, as a consistent running game would make the 2010 version of this team very dangerous. Roethlisberger (337 of 506, 4,328 YDS, 26 TD) became the team’s first quarterback to throw for 4,000 yards in a season, which was due greatly to his having two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard rusher - wide outs Santonio Holmes (79 REC, 1,248 YDS, 5 TD) and Hines Ward (95 REC, 1,167 YDS, 6 TD), running back Rashard Mendenhall (242 carries, 1,108 YDS, 7 TD) - thus marking the first time in Pittsburgh’s history that the team had a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers, and a 1,000-yard rusher. Additionally, Ward, Holmes, and tight end Heath Miller (76 REC, 789 YDS, 6 TD) all recorded 70+ receptions, the first time three teammates have done so in franchise history. Ward has also caught at least one pass in a team-record 178 consecutive games, good for sixth on the all-time NFL list, in addition to Mendenhall becoming the seventh running back in franchise history to rush for 1,000 yards. Given the breakout season of second-year back Mendenhall, and the fact that Willie Parker (98 carries, 389 YDS) may be going elsewhere as an unrestricted free agent, look for Mewelde Moore (35 carries, 118 YDS) to up his game and see a significant increase in playing time as Mendenhall’s backup if the Steelers do not make a free agent pickup at running back themselves.

With all this historic and longtime NFL franchise has going for it, last year’s fall from the playoff picture was obviously out of the norm. Given that fact, if you really want to be there when they return to the list of the NFL’s elite, you need to order your 2010 Pittsburgh Steelers tickets now and experience a great day of football excitement at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Pittsburgh Steelers 2010 Regular Season Schedule

  • Week 1: Sunday, Sep. 12, Atlanta, 1:00 PM
  • Week 2: Sunday, Sep. 19, at Tennessee, 1:00 PM
  • Week 3: Sunday, Sep. 26, at Tampa Bay, 1:00 PM
  • Week 4: Sunday, Oct. 3, Baltimore, 1:00 PM
  • Week 5: BYE
  • Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 17, Cleveland, 1:00 PM
  • Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 24, at Miami, 1:00 PM
  • Week 8: Sunday, Oct. 31, at New Orleans, 8:20 PM
  • Week 9: Monday, Nov. 8, at Cincinnati, 8:30 PM
  • Week 10: Sunday, Nov. 14, New England, 8:20 PM
  • Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 21, Oakland, 1:00 PM
  • Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 28, at Buffalo, 1:00 PM
  • Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 5, at Baltimore, 8:20 PM
  • Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 12, Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
  • Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 19, NY Jets, 4:15 PM
  • Week 16: Thursday, Dec. 23, Carolina, 8:20 PM
  • Week 17: Sunday, Jan. 2, at Cleveland, 1:00 PM
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    Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts Oct 26, 2014
    Sun 4:25PM
    Heinz Field
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    PARKING: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Baltimore Ravens Nov 2, 2014
    Sun TBA
    Heinz Field Parking Lots
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Sun 8:30PM
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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Sun TBA
    MetLife Stadium Parking Lots
    East Rutherford, NJ
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    Sun 1:00PM
    MetLife Stadium (Formerly New Meadowlands Stadium)
    East Rutherford, NJ
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    Mon TBA
    LP Field Parking Lots
    Nashville, TN
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    Mon 7:30PM
    LP Field
    Nashville, TN
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    PARKING: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints Nov 30, 2014
    Sun TBA
    Heinz Field Parking Lots
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Pittsburgh Steelers vs. New Orleans Saints Nov 30, 2014
    Sun 1:00PM
    Heinz Field
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    PARKING: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Dec 7, 2014
    Sun TBA
    Paul Brown Stadium Parking Lots
    Cincinnati, OH
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    Cincinnati Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Dec 7, 2014
    Sun 1:00PM
    Paul Brown Stadium
    Cincinnati, OH
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    PARKING: Atlanta Falcons vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Dec 14, 2014
    Sun TBA
    Georgia Dome Parking Lots
    Atlanta, GA
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    Atlanta Falcons vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Dec 14, 2014
    Sun 1:00PM
    Georgia Dome
    Atlanta, GA
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    PARKING: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Dec 21, 2014
    Sun TBA
    Heinz Field Parking Lots
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Dec 21, 2014
    Sun 1:00PM
    Heinz Field
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    PARKING: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Dec 28, 2014
    Sun TBA
    Heinz Field Parking Lots
    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Dec 28, 2014
    Sun 1:00PM
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    The Pittsburgh Steelers celebrated history really begins in the 1970s, nearly 40 years after the franchise first took the field. Up until then Steelers playoffs tickets had been something dreamed up in lunch rooms and steel mills. That decade Chuck Noll assembled players like running back Franco Harris, defensive lineman Joe Greene, wide receiver Lynn Swann, linebacker Jack Lambert, and quarterback Terry Bradshaw to win seven division titles in eight seasons and win four Super Bowls in six years. Beating the Vikings in 1974, the Cowboys in 1975 and 1978, and the Rams in 1979, the Steelers became a dynasty.

    Years of great defensive teams and Pro Bowl running backs like Barry Foster and Jerome Bettis could not take the respected franchise beyond the AFC Championship game. Steelers playoff tickets seemed to guarantee a great run that always fell short. It was not until 2005 that great story lines collided and the Pittsburgh and all the fans at Heinz Field would be able to relive the glory of the 1970s. Ben Roethliberger was the young quarterback becoming the face of the team. Jerome was the kind-hearted veteran needing only a Super Bowl victory to close out his career, and Bill Cowher was the great coach known for motivating his team that needed a championship to complete his resume. The Steelers rolled through the Bengals, barely beat the Colts, decimated the Broncos, and defeated the Seahawks in Super Bowl XL.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers came out of 2007 with renewed confidence in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Roethlisberger returned to form with a quarterback rating of 104.1, 32 touchdowns, and only 11 picks. This followed a year down year in 2006 that saw him playing injured. The Steelers also are happy with the production of running back Willie Parker who ran for 1,316 yards to compliment the passing game.

    The Steelers are pretty solid at most positions but need to improve the offensive line, which gave up 47 sacks last season. The club has already signed center Justin Hartwig and will look to the 2008 draft to strengthen the guard and tackle positions.

    Three years later the Steelers want to regain that glory that they knew not so long ago. The faces have not changed too much. Roethlisberger is still the leader on offense, Willie Parker has become the full time back, Hines Ward is still the favorite receiver, and the defense is still led by Aaron Smith, Casey Hampton, James Farrior, Ike Taylor, and Troy Polamalu. The new faces include Santonio Holmes as the game breaking receiver and rookie Rashard Mendenhall ready to punch the ball in near the goal line. The team carries the experience and the talent ready to make Steelers playoff tickets a ride again in 2008.

    The division offers its challenges. The scheduled games against the Bengals will test the defense, the games against the Ravens will test the potency of the offense, and the games against the Browns will test the team’s ability to handle the unexpected. Playoff tickets may seem like a guarantee, but how far they will go will be showcases in the division match ups.

    The Steelers will once again bring competitive football to Heinz Field in 2008, but have a difficult AFC North division schedule to weather.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers began as a team back in 1933 when the owner, Art Rooney Sr., paid the NFL league fee to have a team. The team than started at the bottom of the league and were called the Pittsburgh Pirates. They only were able to break even one season for seven seasons, with the other six being losing seasons for the team.

    The 2008 - 2009 Steelers are looking at another AFC Central Championship and another run at the playoffs. With the team looking in top form they are one of the favorites in the AFC to make it to the super bowl.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers hope to build off Mike Timlin’s impressive first year as coach with a fully-healed Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback. The Steelers used the draft to replace the skill positions that have been ravaged in recent years by retirement and free agency. Santana Holmes and Hines Ward return as an explosive, but aging wide receiver team. Pittsburgh is hoping that Limas Sweed will add a viable third option for Big Ben.

    Although the club already had a very capable running back in Willie Parker, the addition of first round draft pick Rashard Mendenhall gives the club a good change of pace back who can barrel through arm tackles all day long.

    The Steeler’s defense has been left largely intact, with a line backing core of LaMarr Woodley, James Farrior, Larry Foote, and James Harrison. The lines job is to stop the run and Aaron Smith, Casey Hampton, and Brett Keisel look up to the job. The Steelers’ secondary is good, but cornerbacks Deshea Townsend and Ike Taylor and safeties Troy Polomalu and Ryan Clark will need to create some more turnovers to compete in the very competitive AFC North.

    The Steelers look ready to bring the dominant football of the ‘70s and ‘90s back to Pittsburgh. Find your seats at Heinz Field with tickets from the Ticket Specialists for any game on the schedule.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers won the Super Bowl in 2009, meaning that every team is taking aim at them or trying to poach their winning strategy and their players. The Steelers managed to keep most of that championship defense and all the key offensive players, which means the Steelers actually have a chance to repeat as NFL champions.

    The Pittsburgh defense should be extremely solid as usual, especially with a healthy Troy Polamalu back at safety after missing eleven games last year. Linebacker LaMarr Woodley finished the season with eight consecutive games with 0.5+ sacks – the most in team history, topping Greg Lloyd’s prior total of six – which also led the way for Woodley to lead the Steelers 13.5 sacks on the year. In addition to Woodley and Polamalu, it is the combined play of the three other linebackers which is the cornerstone of this defense; James Farrior leads the team with 102 tackles, 68 solos, and 34 assists; James Harrison leads in tackles for loss (6) and forced fumbles (5) while coming in second in the sacks column with 10; Lawrence Timmons is third on the sacks list with 7, while following right behind Harrison in tackles for loss (4) and forced fumbles (4) as well. Actually, five of Pittsburgh’s top tacklers account for 12 of the team’s 14 forced fumbles, a stat that can definitely shift the momentum and win you some games.

    Behind quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, who seems to get better each year, the offense was pretty outstanding last year, and could continue to get even better, as a consistent running game would make the 2010 version of this team very dangerous. Roethlisberger (337 of 506, 4,328 YDS, 26 TD) became the team’s first quarterback to throw for 4,000 yards in a season, which was due greatly to his having two 1,000-yard receivers and a 1,000-yard rusher – wide outs Santonio Holmes (79 REC, 1,248 YDS, 5 TD) and Hines Ward (95 REC, 1,167 YDS, 6 TD), running back Rashard Mendenhall (242 carries, 1,108 YDS, 7 TD) – thus marking the first time in Pittsburgh’s history that the team had a 4,000-yard passer, two 1,000-yard receivers, and a 1,000-yard rusher. Additionally, Ward, Holmes, and tight end Heath Miller (76 REC, 789 YDS, 6 TD) all recorded 70+ receptions, the first time three teammates have done so in franchise history. Ward has also caught at least one pass in a team-record 178 consecutive games, good for sixth on the all-time NFL list, in addition to Mendenhall becoming the seventh running back in franchise history to rush for 1,000 yards. Given the breakout season of second-year back Mendenhall, and the fact that Willie Parker (98 carries, 389 YDS) may be going elsewhere as an unrestricted free agent, look for Mewelde Moore (35 carries, 118 YDS) to up his game and see a significant increase in playing time as Mendenhall’s backup if the Steelers do not make a free agent pickup at running back themselves.

    With all this historic and longtime NFL franchise has going for it, last year’s fall from the playoff picture was obviously out of the norm. Given that fact, if you really want to be there when they return to the list of the NFL’s elite, you need to order your 2010 Pittsburgh Steelers tickets now and experience a great day of football excitement at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

    Pittsburgh Steelers 2010 Regular Season Schedule

  • Week 1: Sunday, Sep. 12, Atlanta, 1:00 PM
  • Week 2: Sunday, Sep. 19, at Tennessee, 1:00 PM
  • Week 3: Sunday, Sep. 26, at Tampa Bay, 1:00 PM
  • Week 4: Sunday, Oct. 3, Baltimore, 1:00 PM
  • Week 5: BYE
  • Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 17, Cleveland, 1:00 PM
  • Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 24, at Miami, 1:00 PM
  • Week 8: Sunday, Oct. 31, at New Orleans, 8:20 PM
  • Week 9: Monday, Nov. 8, at Cincinnati, 8:30 PM
  • Week 10: Sunday, Nov. 14, New England, 8:20 PM
  • Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 21, Oakland, 1:00 PM
  • Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 28, at Buffalo, 1:00 PM
  • Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 5, at Baltimore, 8:20 PM
  • Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 12, Cincinnati, 1:00 PM
  • Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 19, NY Jets, 4:15 PM
  • Week 16: Thursday, Dec. 23, Carolina, 8:20 PM
  • Week 17: Sunday, Jan. 2, at Cleveland, 1:00 PM
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