It’s been over 15 years since the Pittsburgh Steelers last won a Super Bowl.
It’s been even longer since the glory days when the franchise had the undisputed best roster on Earth.
However, old-school fans will never forget just how dominant the Steelers were during the Chuck Noll era.
With that in mind, NFL analyst Skip Bayless went as far as to say that the 1978 Steelers from Super Bowl XIII had the most talent on a roster this game has ever seen.
Talking on “UNDISPUTED”, he raved about how the Steelers were able to beat his beloved Dallas Cowboys with 11 Hall of Famers on the roster (via UNDISPUTED on Twitter).
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) February 7, 2024
He also remembered the fact that Terry Bradshaw set the then-record for most passing yards in a Super Bowl en route to a 35-31 win over the Cowboys.
Truth be told, it’s hard to argue with Bayless’ statement about that legendary team.
Bradshaw, John Stallworth, Mike Webster, Lynn Swann, Franco Harris, Joe Greene, Jack Ham, Jack Lambert, Mel Blount, and Donnie Shell wound up being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Hopefully, it won’t be long before this team is able to get back to its glory days.
The Steelers have a championship-caliber defense and one of the best head coaches in the game, but they need to get better on offense and get some players who take pride in donning the black and gold.
Who knows? They might not be that far off, and all it takes is a good season to get the ball rolling.