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NFL America's Game: 1975 Steelers (Super Bowl X)
Format: DVD Genre: Sports
NFL America's Game: 1975 Steelers (Super Bowl X)

NFL America's Game: 1975 Steelers (Super Bowl X)

Format: DVD Genre: Sports Theme: NFL
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The 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers quickly discovered that one of the most difficult feats in all of sports is defending a world title. At the beginning of the season, coach Chuck Nolls team didn't even look like they had the stuff to reach the playoffs, let alone win back-to-back championships. Fresh off an upset in Super Bowl IX, the Steelers were not a dynasty just yet, not even with nine future Hall of Fame players. In Week 2, the team lost at home to O.J. Simpsons Buffalo Bills for a 1-1 start. But thanks to their defense, which featured a front four called the Steel Curtain, the club pounded out 11 straight wins, much to the delight of their blue-collar fans. Still, Pittsburgh's season may be best remembered for the ballet-like moves of wide out Lynn Swann. In Super Bowl X, Swann set a record with 161 receiving yards on four catches, including a game-sealing, 64-yard touchdown grab to beat the Dallas Cowboys and clinch their second-straight Super Bowl title. Join NFL Films as they retell the story of the 75 Steelers, a team of hard hats and soft hands. Americas Game uses exclusive interviews from Swann, Dwight White and Jack Lambert to recount Pittsburgh's second title-winning season.
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NFL
Studio: Cinedigm Mod
Release Date: 1/13/2016
Theme: NFL
Item #: 1565865X
UPC #: 883476080277
Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, NTSC Format
Product Type: DVD

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