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    Jim Brown......Cleveland Browns.......Against the Steelers he was unstoppable.....Actually against ANYBODY he was UNSTOPPABLE.......

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    I'd have to say the AFC Championship games in Three Rivers Stadium in the 90's. We just could not get over the hump. Hell, when we did go to the big dance, Captain Comeback (Harbaugh) gave us a final play nail-biter.

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    Recently, I'd say Marcus Gilbert

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    Biggest Steeler Killers That You've Seen

    Steve McNair and Fred Taylor.

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    Tom Brady

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    Warren Moon - remember watching him in Three Rivers passing for what seemed like a thousand yards. Have to say my memory is getting a little fuzzy on some of this stuff. Steve McNair's last game in Pittsburgh was certainly of the non-killer variety. It was actually pretty pitiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Root4Stlrs View Post
    Warren Moon - remember watching him in Three Rivers passing for what seemed like a thousand yards. Have to say my memory is getting a little fuzzy on some of this stuff. Steve McNair's last game in Pittsburgh was certainly of the non-killer variety. It was actually pretty pitiful.
    McNair in his prime with the Titans was a Steelers killer........

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    For me the more recent Steeler killer is Tom Brady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black@Gold Forever32 View Post
    McNair in his prime with the Titans was a Steelers killer........
    True enough - another "Oilers" QB making Steeler fans crazy - which made his final appearance at Heinz Field even sadder. He couldn't throw the ball more than 10 yards.

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