1975 AFC Championship

Written by Dan Gigler on .

Apropos of absolutely nothing other than it came up randomly today as a suggested video today on my YouTube account, here is an edited, commercial free broadcast of the 1975 AFC Championship game (played Jan. 4, 1976). It was a bitter cold, ugly defensive struggle -- Terry Bradshaw threw three picks, but the Steel Curtain held strong, letting up only a ten spot in a 16-10 Steelers vistory that sent them to Super Bowl X Miami to defend their title as reigning champions.

Here is the box score.

Read the game story by the Post-Gazette's Phil Musick.

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The AFC Divisional playoff the week before against the Baltimore Colts was a forgotten classic.

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