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1994 Steelers 17 vs Browns 7

The Steelers strike quickly following a Cleveland offsides penalty that turns a punting situation into a Pittsburgh first down. Neil O'Donnell hits Yancey Thigpen for a stunning 40-yard TD bomb on the very next play, the Browns go 3-and-out and Pittsburgh immediately mounts a second TD drive (capped by Barry Foster's 1-yard plunge) to take a 14-0 first quarter lead. At that point, the Bill Cowher lets the air out of the ball and the Steelers never look back en route to a convincing AFC Central Division title. 

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Man I tell you, the 90's made Steelers football fun again. They had plenty of talent to go to more than one Superbowl that decade. I believe if Barry Foster stayed healthy he could of had a Hall of Fame career but then again if he stayed with the team for at least another year longer we never would of enjoyed Bettis.

I enjoy watching the 90's as much as I do the 70's.

Sal
(05-19-2017, 09:57 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]Man I tell you, the 90's made Steelers football fun again. They had plenty of talent to go to more than one Superbowl that decade. I believe if Barry Foster stayed healthy he could of had a Hall of Fame career but then again if he stayed with the team for at least another year longer we never would of enjoyed Bettis.

I enjoy watching the 90's as much as I do the 70's.

Sal


I'm with you. I loved the teams from the Woodson/Lloyd/Greene Blitzburgh era. I'm still more of a '70s guy, but I really enjoy these 90's games, too.

I'm going to post the entire '94 & '95 seasons over the next month or so.
I can't believe the crowd noise. I've never been to Heinz for a game, but I don't think the intensity from the fans these days is a poor substitute.
(05-20-2017, 12:22 AM)mcmillenandwife Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-19-2017, 09:57 PM)Guest Wrote: [ -> ]Man I tell you, the 90's made Steelers football fun again. They had plenty of talent to go to more than one Superbowl that decade. I believe if Barry Foster stayed healthy he could of had a Hall of Fame career but then again if he stayed with the team for at least another year longer we never would of enjoyed Bettis.

I enjoy watching the 90's as much as I do the 70's.

Sal


I'm with you. I loved the teams from the Woodson/Lloyd/Greene Blitzburgh era. I'm still more of a '70s guy, but I really enjoy these 90's games, too.

I'm going to post the entire '94 & '95 seasons over the next month or so.
The 90's was some of the best championshipless football in team history. How they managed to avoid a Superbowl is beyond amazing. What a team.
After the game, highlights from Prime Time and SportsCenter, plus a brief interview with John L. Williams.