Here’s a great Pittsburgh Steelers trivia question (for die-hard Black-N-Gold fans): During the 10-year span from 1981-1991, who was the only Steelers' wide receiver to lead the team in receiving yards in a season, other than John Stallworth and Louis Lipps?
Here’s another one: How many different receivers have led the team in receiving yards during the past 30 years?
The answer to that second question is 13 (including a season in which two wideouts shared the lead) – which means that aside from a future Hall of Famer and a solid Pro Bowler, a bunch of wide receivers took turns as the go-to guy for various Pittsburgh quarterbacks (including a HOF’er at the end of his career).
The speedster who was at the top of the list for the Steelers the past two seasons is currently on the outs with team management, due to his desire for a new (more lucrative) contract. Mike Wallace was the clear-cut leader in 2010 with 1,257 yards and then held off the hard-charging youngster Antonio Bro...