Pittsburgh Steelers – 1976 Possibly Their Best Team
Considered by the fans and ownership to be the greatest team in franchise history, the 1976 Steelers limped into the AFC Championship Game to face the Raiders without their two star running backs Franco Harris and Rocky Bleier and lost. This season is notable because the Steeler defense only gave up a total of 28 points total during the the final eight games of the season. Although of those last 8 games, only one team they played made the playoffs, they are often graded higher than all six world championship teams.
This 18-card set features: Jim Allen, John Banaszak, Jim Clack, Bennie Cunningham, Sam Davis, Jack Deloplaine, Gary Dunn, John Fuqua, Ernie Holmes, Ray Mansfield Gerry Mullins, Earnest Pough, Andy Russell, Donnie Shell, John Stallworth, Loren Toews, Chuck Noll, and a special Highlight card of “Two 1,000-yard Rushers,” featuring Rocky Bleier and Franco Harris. Get your set here.