Terry Bradshaw was always at his best on Super Bowl Sundays. The Pittsburgh quarterback went a perfect 4-0 in Super Bowl play during the 1970s, throwing for 932 yards and nine touchdowns combined as the Steelers became a dynasty. But Bradshaw’s most validating season during that run, and perhaps in his entire career, came in 1978. Bradshaw led the AFC in passing as the Steelers went 14-2 during the regular season. In Super Bowl XIII, he out-dueled Dallas quarterback Roger Staubach by throwing for four touchdowns in what became a classic shootout. Join NFL Films as they retell the story of the ’78 Steelers with exclusive interviews from Randy Grossman, Rocky Bleier, Joe Greene and Mel Blount. Playing time: 65 minutes.
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