The Pittsburgh Steelers have established themselves as one of the premier NFL franchises over their history that started in 1933. It took over 30 years before the Steelers finally started to make an impact in the NFL, but once they did, not many franchises can compare to Steeler Nation. Pittsburgh won their first Super Bowl in the 1974 season and repeated as champions the following year. After two years of losing in the postseason, the Steelers returned to the Super Bowl in the 1978 and 1979 season, winning both to cap off four Super Bowl titles in the 1970s. The Steelers were led by Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw and a defense that was nicknamed “The Steel Curtain” during their dynasty. Pittsburgh remained consistent during the 1980s and 1990s, even making it back to the Super Bowl in 1996, losing to the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XXX. The franchise peaked once again in the 2000s as they won two more Super Bowls to give them an NFL leading six Super Bowl victories. The decades of success and the numerous Hall of Famers have helped built a fan base that extends across the country and is one of the most loyal in the NFL. Whenever Pittsburgh Steelers playoff tickets go on sale, the fan base quickly jumps at the opportunity to see their favorite team in action. Pittsburgh Playoff tickets are always high in demand as the fan base has established themselves as one of the best in the NFL. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff tickets.
A victory in the 2016 Super Bowl would give the Pittsburgh Steelers seven total which would continue to separate themselves among the rest of the NFL. For the Steelers to return to NFL’s top step, they will have to navigate themselves through a relentless AFC Playoff Schedule. The 2016 Pittsburgh Steelers Playoff schedule will be determined by their final record in the 2015 regular season, a record which will also determine home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The 2016 Pittsburgh Playoff Schedule will include many of the most in demand games in the NFL this season.