Pittsburgh Steelers Greatest Plays in Sports Coasters
2009 Super Bowl XLIII - Holmes steals the Super Bowl
2005 Super Bowl XL - Trick play gives one for the thumb
1979 Super Bowl XIV - Stallworth stalls the Rams
1972 AFC Divisional Playoff - Immaculate Reception
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2009 Super Bowl XLIII
Holmes steals the Super Bowl
Pittsburgh vs. Arizona
27 - 23
February 1, 2009
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
Pittsburgh led at the half in part thanks to James Harrison's Super Bowl record 100-yard interception return for a touchdown. But Arizona battled back and Pittsburgh were down 3 with 2:37 left in the game. San Antonio Holmes capped one of the greatest Super Bowls of all-time with a game-winning TD catch in the back of the endzone to give Pittsburgh an NFL record 6 Super Bowl Titles.
2005 Super Bowl XL
Trick play gives one for the thumb
Pittsburgh vs. Seattle
21 - 10
February 5, 2006
Ford Field, Detroit, MI
Leading by 4 in the 4th quarter, Antwaan Randle-EL put the game away with an option pass to Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward for a touchdown. It was the first time a wide receiver had ever thrown a touchdown in the Super Bowl. The win got Pittsburgh their 5th title and they became the 1st ever 6th seed to win the Super Bowl.
1979 Super Bowl XIV
Stallworth stalls the Rams
Pittsburgh vs. Los Angeles
31 - 19
January 20, 1980
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA
The Steelers were down in the 4th quarter to the underdog Rams and had already lost Lynn Swann to injury. Terry Bradshaw put Pittsburgh back on top for good, hitting John Stallworth for a 73-yard touchdown. The win completed their 1970s dynasty with 4 Super Bowl titles in 6 seasons.
1972 AFC Divisional Playoff
Pittsburgh vs. Oakland
13 - 7
December 23, 1972
Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh, PA
Oakland was up by one point with 30 seconds left in the game. Terry Bradshaw threw to John Fuqua hoping to get it in for a touchdown, but Fuqua was immediately hit and lost the ball. As the ball fell, fullback Franco Harris swooped in to grab it and run in for the game-winning touchdown. Now known as the ""Immaculate Reception,"" it's one of the most famous plays in football.
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