The Pittsburgh Steelers: 1970 Season
What do you know about the
Pittsburgh Steelers: 1970 Season?
touchdown with this
Alan's FUN NFL Sports Quiz.
Your Answers" at the bottom of the page.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had the Number 1 pick in the 1970 NFL
Draft and picked Quarterback Terry Bradshaw from Louisiana Tech.
2) Week 1 (Sunday September 20, 1970): who does the
Steelers open the season against in their new Three Rivers
Stadium, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?
- San Francisco Giants
- New York Jets
- Houston Oilers
3) Week 2 (Sunday September 27, 1970): the
Steelers played the Denver Broncos at Mile High Stadium, Denver,
Who tied the game (7-7) with a 4 yard run
and a Gene Mingo kick?
- Dick Hoak
- Mike Patrick
- Rusty Staub
4) Week 3 (Saturday October 3, 1970): at
Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio, the Steelers
played the Cleveland Browns.
What was the attendance?
5) Week 5 (Sunday October 18, 1970): against the
Houston Oilers, what was the final score?
Steelers 7 - Oiler 3
Steelers 17 - Oiler 13
Steelers 27 -
6) Week 6 (Sunday October 25, 1970): the
Oakland Raiders played the Steelers at Oakland-Alameda County
Coliseum, Oakland, California.
How many touchdown
passes did Terry Bradshaw throw?
7) Week 7 (Monday November 2, 1970): the
Cincinnati Bengals played the Steelers at Three Rivers Stadium,
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was the first Monday night football
game played at Three Rivers Stadium.
8) Week 11 (Sunday November 29, 1970): the
Steelers played the Cleveland Browns at Three Rivers Stadium,
NOT score a touchdown for the
- Don Cockroft
- John Fuqua
- Ronnie Shanklin
9) Week 12 (Sunday December 6, 1970): at Three
Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Green Bay Packers
beat the Steelers 20 - 12.
Who caught a 87 pass from
Terry Bradshaw (kick failed) to put PIT up 9-3?
- Dave Collins
- Dave Morgan
- Dave Smith
10) Week 14 (Sunday December 20, 1970): the
Philadelphia Eagles host the Steelers at Franklin Field,
Who scored the last points
for the 1970 Steelers?
- John Fuqua
- Bill Walton
- Allan Watson