Found December 13, 2012 on Steel City Blitz:
Whether you were alive in the ’70′s or not, you damn well better know about the rivalry that ensued between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys. So-called “America’s Team” full of glamour and filled with a prim and proper style up against the “Men of Steel” from the harsh, dirty environment of the rust belt. Twice they would meet in two of the greatest Super Bowls of all-time which both finished with Steelers’ victories. The rivalry would go on long periods of hiatus with the two teams being in separate conferences they rarely played in the regular season. In 1995, the two rivals would square off again in Super Bowl XXX where the Cowboys won 27-17 in a game where the Steelers outplayed them in may facets but turned it over twice late . The rivalry would even spawn a best-selling book about how the two teams were built and eventually how they met up. It was an excellent take on just how different the teams truly were. There is no such thing as fan who likes both the Steelers a...
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