Happy April 15. At least we hope for most of you tax day is a happy one and that you are getting a great return from Uncle Sam.
For those of you that aren't, or who just think there can't be enough of a good thing, we are bringing some great returns your way as well.
Touchdown returns that is. From the great ones throughout Steelers history, to some that took place not long ago, the Steelers are all about great returns today.
The 2014 season included some impressive returns, whether they came on special teams or by the defense.
One of the most exciting came courtesy of Antonio Brown against the Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 28. Brown fielded a punt, then took it 71 yards for a touchdown, knocking down or evading everyone in his way en route to the end zone.
The return, the longest of Brown's career, helped lead the Steelers to a 27-17 win over the Bengals and clinched the AFC North.
Cornerback William Gay providing not one, not two, but three interception returns for touchdowns this season, setting a Steelers single-season record.
"Three picks for three touchdowns, man, that's crazy," said linebacker Sean Spence. "That's kind of unheard of. I never heard of anything like that."
Gay, though, wasn't one to talk about his accomplishment. He let his actions do the talking.
His first touchdown came against Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, and was returned 33 yards for the score. Gay also intercepted Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger, returning it 28-yards for the touchdown. He set the record when he picked off Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan and returned it 52-yards for his third pick six of the season.