It was perhaps the finest collection of talent in NFL history - and in 1974 nearly no one knew it. For five seasons, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Chuck Noll had meticulously built the team in his own image - tough and physical. In 1974, he added a draft class that included four future Hall of Famers. By the postseason, the team that would become the decades best was ready to arrive. The Steelers rose to the top of the football world by upsetting the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IX. It would be the first of four world championships in six years. Join NFL Films as they retell the story of the 74 Steelers. Americas Game uses exclusive interviews from Andy Russell, Franco Harris, and Mean Joe Greene to recount Pittsburgh's rise from obscurity to dynasty.