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darnik44
01-24-2011, 11:18 AM
1970-1979

99-44-1 (.691) Regular Season Record

14-4 (.778) Post Season Record

-8 Playoff Appearances
-7 Division Championships
-6 AFC Championship Game Appearances
-4 AFC Championships
-4 Super Bowl Championships

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1980-1989

77-75-0 (.507) Regular Season Record

2-4 (.333) Post Season Record

-4 Playoff Appearances
-2 Division Championships
-1 AFC Championship Game Appearance

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1990-1999

93-67-0 (.581) Regular Season Record

5-6 (.455) Post Season Record

-6 Playoff Appearances
-5 Division Championships
-3 AFC Championship Game Appearances
-1 AFC Championship
-1 Super Bowl Appearance

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2000-2009

103-56-1 (.647) Regular Season Record

10-4 (.714) Post Season Record

-6 Playoff Appearances
-5 Division Championships
-4 AFC Championship Game Appearances
-2 AFC Championships
-2 Super Bowl Appearances
-2 Super Bowl Championships

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2010-present

12-4-0 (.750) Regular Season Record

2-0 (1.000) Post Season Record

-1 Playoff Appearance
-1 Division Championship
-1 AFC Championship Game Appearance
-1 AFC Championship
-1 Super Bowl Birth

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1970-2010

384-246-2 (.610) Regular Season Record

33-18 (.647) Post Season Record

-25 Playoff Appearances
-20 Division Championships
-15 AFC Championship Game Appearances
-8 AFC Championships
-8 Super Bowl Appearances
-6 Super Bowl Championships (and counting...)

KemoTherapy
01-24-2011, 01:02 PM
I must admit there were some lean times in the '80's when I was really questioning whether they could get back to championship form. Such as when all they had was (shudder) Lois Lipps.:evilshake:

Scorp
01-24-2011, 03:23 PM
Steelers tie nfl playoff win record with 33.

BlitzburghRockCity
01-24-2011, 07:46 PM
It really helps bring into perspective just how fortunate we are as Steeler fans to have owners like Rooney's who know how to pick coaches to lead our Steelers to so much success. We are truly blessed to be fans of such a respected and flat out epic franchise.

DBR96A
01-26-2011, 03:50 PM
For the sake of accuracy, the Steelers won three division titles in the 1980's, not four. That'd make for 22 division titles since 1970.

DIESELMAN
01-29-2011, 04:18 PM
For the sake of accuracy, the Steelers won three division titles in the 1980's, not four. That'd make for 22 division titles since 1970.

They only had 2 division titles in the 80's.....