Answers to Steelers Trivia - #10

Answers to Steelers Trivia - #10

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Did you really think we were going to give you multiple choice answers? If you’re the type of fan that can brag that your team’s won five Super Bowls, then you better be able to answer these about the Steelers!!

1. Where did Steeler great Andy Russell attend college? Missouri

2. Who holds the Steelers record for most pass receptions in a season? Hines Ward with 112 in 2002

3. The Steelers opened up Heinz Field in 2001 with a 16-7 victory over what AFC rival? The Cincinnati Bengals

4. Pittsburgh became the first team to win four Super Bowls by defeating the Rams in Super Bowl XIV.  What was the score of the game? 31-19

5. Who was the first long-time Steeler inducted into the Hall of Fame? Art Rooney in 1964

6. In 2000, the Hall of Fame Selection Committee chose the NFL’s All-Time Team. Pittsburgh had four members, three of them on the defensive side of the ball. Can you name those four players? Mike Webster, Joe Greene, Jack Ham and Mel Blount

7. Who is the only Pittsburgh Steeler to win the Associated Press MVP award? Terry Bradshaw in 1978

8. Which former Steeler owns the NFL’s all-time record for touchdowns off of interceptions in a career? Rod Woodson with 12

9. Pittsburgh beat Indianapolis in the 1995 AFC Championship Game after a Hail Mary pass from Jim Harbaugh was broken up in the end zone.  What Steeler, playing in his first year in Pittsburgh, broke up the pass? Randy Fuller

10. Who is this famous Steelers player pictured below? Hint: This linebacker led the league with 15 sacks in 1984.

 Mike Merriweather was named to three Pro Bowls in his six seasons with the Steelers, intercepting 11 passes and returning two for touchdowns.

How did you do?

10 correct – You deserve a spot in the Hall of Fame next to Art Rooney!
8-9 correct – This performance is reminiscent of Willie Parker’s Super Bowl record TD run
5-7 correct – This puts you third on the depth chart behind John Stallworth and Lynn Swann
1-4 correct – You better hone up on your team history by visiting the TRADITION section of the Steelers website.
0 correct – Are you sure you’re not a Browns fan?

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