The Steelers and the NFL continue to bring a solution to sports starved fans.
The NFL has opened the vault of past Steelers games, and during May and June those classic games will be featured in 'Game Rewinds' on the team's digital and social media channels.
The Steelers 'Game Rewinds' began last week with Super Bowl XIV, and this week another Super Bowl is coming to your living room. Fans can watch the Steelers win over the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XIII on their desktop or mobile device on Sunday, May 31. Coverage will begin at 4 p.m. on the Steelers Facebook page and YouTube channel.
To make it even more exciting, the team will release special features and interviews with those who were a part of the wins. Stan Savran spoke with Rocky Bleier and Franco Harris about the game, and portions of the interviews will be aired throughout the game.
For those who don't remember the game, it was back-and-forth throughout the first half. The Steelers jumped out to a 7-0 lead on a 28-yard touchdown pass from Terry Bradshaw to John Stallworth. The Cowboys answered, and then took a 14-7 lead when Cowboys' linebacker Mike Hegman intercepted Bradshaw and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown. Bradshaw got right back at it, and immediately countered with a 75-yard touchdown to Stallworth to tie the game. The Steelers went into halftime up 21-14 after Bleier pulled in a seven-yard touchdown catch.
The Cowboys appeared poised to tie the game in the third quarter when Roger Staubach found a wide open Jackie Smith in the end zone, but in what has become an iconic clip, Smith slipped and fell and the Cowboys had to settle for a field goal to pull within 21-17. The Steelers scored two fourth quarter touchdowns, looking like they were going to put the game away up 35-17. The Cowboys wouldn't quit and answered with 14 points, but time ran out on the comeback and the Steelers won their third Super Bowl.
So, get your Terrible Towel ready for the fun and watch the Steelers win their third Super Bowl.