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The Steelers have a rich history https://www.thesteelerslockerroom.com/authentic-juju-smith-schuster-jersey , but looking back at their jersey numbers it makes you wonder which player wore the Nos. 26-50 best." Latest News2019 Steelers Training Camp ConfidentialPittsburgh Steelers ‘Digit Dynasty’: Who wore the number best? (Part Two)New,11commentsThe Steelers have a rich history, but looking back at their jersey numbers it makes you wonder which player wore the Nos. 26-50 best. EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options forTongueittsburgh Steelers ‘Digit Dynasty’: Who wore the number best? (Part Two)TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Focus On Sport/Getty ImagesQIn Part One of Steelers Digit Dynasty, BTSC examined the best of the best to wear the numbers from 0-25 in franchise history. This time around, our journey takes us through No. 50. We will answer such burning digital questions like:Will Le’Veon Bell’s gaudy stats place him as the all-time best two-sixer?Has James Conner grabbed the honor at his number in only two years?Is the No. 33 the numerals that has the most worthy competition?Can Willie Parker’s amazing accomplishments in a short amount of time give him the crown as the top No. 39?We will see. Let’s take a look.Part Two: Numbers 26-49Note: Years provided came from The Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 Media GuideNo. 26 CB/KR/PR Rod Woodson (1987-1996)Woodson spent ten years of his Hall of Fame resume’ in black-and-gold, but most Steelers fans still view him as the one that got away. The world-class hurdler thrived for seven more seasons in the NFL after departing Pittsburgh. It’s hard not to wonder if his leadership on defense would have brought another title to the City of Champions, especially in 1997. During his Steel Town tenure, Woodson was named All-Pro six times, the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 1993, three-time Steelers MVP and was included on the 75th Anniversary All-Time team. Rod holds the NFL record for most interceptions returned for touchdowns at 12. To illustrate how huge these numerals have been in Steelers’ history, Le’Veon Bell isn’t the best to wear the number for the franchise despite the gaudy offensive numbers he’s produced.Other Notables: Brady Keys 1961-1967, Deshea Townsend 1998-2009 Womens James Conner Jersey , Le’Veon Bell 2013-2017Current Wearer: LB Mark BarronNo. 27 S Glen Edwards (1971-1977)Edwards is another one of those 70s Steelers who gets overshadowed by the Hall of Famers of that era. In eight seasons as a member of the Steel Curtain defense, Edwards picked-off 25 passes. The four-time All-Pro played in Super Bowl IX and X, before leaving for San Diego.Other Notables: Thomas Everett 1988-1991, Brent Alexander 2000-2003, Willie Williams 1993-1996 and 2004-2005Current Wearer: S Marcus Allen Photo by James Flores /Getty ImagesNo. 28 S Chris Hope (2002-2005)Hope started 32 games with the Steelers in four seasons. The talented safety started in Super Bowl XL and then departed for Tennessee, where he enjoyed a Pro Bowl season in 2008.Other Notables: Lupe Sanchez 1986-1988Current Wearer: S Mike Hilton Photo by George Gojkovich/Getty ImagesNo. 29 Barry Foster-RB (1990-1994)The ball-carrier served five enigmatic seasons for the Steelers. Foster enjoyed the finest single-season ever in club history in 1992, rushing for a team mark of 1,690 yards and earning the team’s MVP honor. Foster ran and received for nearly 5,000 yards and scored 28 times in Pittsburgh. The emergence of Bam Morris plus some nagging injuries hastened his departure in 1995. Foster joined Carolina and Cincinnati in 1995, but he never played a game for either club.Other Notables: Chidi Iwuoma 2002-2006, Ryan Mundy 2009-2012Current Wearer: CB Brian AllenPhoto by George Gojkovich/Getty ImagesNo. 30 RB Frank Pollard (1980-1988) The high school track star won a state track team championship in Texas as the only member of the team. Pollard was a very productive runner in Pittsburgh during the eighties. In nine seasons, Pollard ran for 3 T. J. Watt Jersey White ,989 yards and 20 touchdowns. He spent his entire career wearing black-and-gold, but part of it wearing No. 44 as well.Other Notables: Larry Anderson 1978-1981, Chad Scott 1997-2004, James Conner 2017-PresentCurrent Wearer: RB James Conner Photo by George Gojkovich/Getty ImagesNo. 31 S Donnie Shell (1974-1987)Not only did the Steelers draft four Hall of Famers in 1974, Donnie Shell, the undrafted safety from South Carolina State, may one day join them in Canton. In 14 seasons with the Steelers, Shell amassed 51 interceptions. Two of those picks came in the 1984 season-finale win over the Los Angeles Raiders that propelled the team into the playoffs. He ranks third in franchise history, six behind the leader, Mel Blount.Other Notables: Mike Logan 2001-2006Current Wearer: CB Justin LaynePhoto by George Gojkovich/Getty ImagesNo. 32 RB Franco Harris (1972-1984)The Super Bowl IX MVP and owner of four rings is the all-time team rushing leader with 11,950 yards. His Immaculate Reception remains the greatest play in NFL history and some people believe it marked the turning point for a perennial loser. His is another non-retired number that is no longer issued. Harris thrilled his Italian Army as a nine-time Pro Bowler and a member of the 1970s All-Decade team and even earned a visit to practice from the legendary Frank Sinatra.Photo by Sylvia Allen/Getty ImagesNo. 33 RB John “Frenchy” Fuqua (1970-1976) Fuqua had 2,492 yards for the Steelers and held the single-game rushing mark of 220 yards in a 1970 contest. That record lasted 36 years before Willie Parker broke it in 2006 (Le’Veon Bell owns it today by virtue of his December 2016 performance in Buffalo). “The French Count” is the only man who knows the truth behind the Immaculate Reception. Fuqua T. J. Watt Jersey , who remains mum on the subject and has turned down large sums to reveal, was the player for whom the fateful pass was originally intended. Fuqua narrowly edges out Merril Hoge and Fran Rogel for No. 33 supremacy and also reigns as the most fashionable personality in team lore. And yes..he wore shoes with live goldfish in the heels.Other Notables: Fran Rogel 1954-1957, Merril Hoge 1987-1993, fourth all-time in Pittsburgh.Other Notables: Current Wearer: TE Christian Scotland-Williamson, LB Robert SpillaneNo. 50 LB Ryan Shazier (2014-Present) In 12 years with the Steelers, David Little had 10 interceptions, 11 fumble recoveries and was selected to the Pro Bowl after the 1990 season. Even though Little had a long and successful career, Ryan Shazier accomplished a pretty amazing body of work in a small amount of time. The Steelers’ top pick in 2014 out of Ohio State had 299 tackles, seven sacks and seven interceptions. What he might have accomplished during a full career, we most likely will never know due to his career-threatening injury in 2017. Shazier was a field general on defense and his dominating performance against Cincinnati in the 2015 Wild Card Game made the victory possible by forcing two fumbles late in the game.Other Notables: LB John Reger 1955-1963, OL Jim Clack 1969-1977, LB David Little 1981-1992 Jerome Bettis Jersey White , Earl Holmes 1996-2001, LB Larry Foote 2002-2008 and 2010-2013Current Wearer: LB Ryan ShazierPhoto by Shelley Lipton/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images<hr class="p-entry-hr" id="EF7GF0"> In the latest episode of "The Steelers Preview" show, we break down all the news you need to know surrounding the Black-and-gold from the week that was."wsSteelers Film Room2018 NFL Draft AnalysisLatest NewsNFL DraftLatest NewsBTSC On DemandSteelers Podcast: Predicting the Steelers top draft pick in the 2019 NFL DraftNew,5commentsIn the latest episode of “The Steelers Preview” show, we break down all the news you need to know surrounding the Black-and-gold from the week that was.EDTShareTweetShareShareSteelers Podcast: Predicting the Steelers top draft pick in the 2019 NFL DraftAs the Pittsburgh Steelers season is over, and while the team isn’t playing anymore, it doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to discuss — so it was time to get back on the airwaves and discuss the Black-and-gold.Take a look at the rundown for the latest episode of the BTSC podcast The Steelers Preview. On this show Jeff Hartman, Dave Schofield and Bryan Anthony Davis break down all things Steelers leading into the offseason.Check out the rundown of the show:News and NotesBlack-and-Gold NewsJeff, Dave and Bryan’s Big Board2019 NFL Draft First Round PredictionThe wildly popular game ‘Either/Or’and MUCH MORE!GIVEAWAY INFORMATION!!To be a part of the giveaway, be sure to listen to the podcast, follow the directions, and email Dave Schofield with your answers! stlrsuperfandad@gmail.comJeff Hartman James Conner Jersey White , editor of BTSC, Bryan Anthony Davis and Dave Schofield walk you through everything you need to know regarding the Black-and-gold.If you haven’t heard, we have a YouTube channel, and the main reason for this is to increase the sound quality on our shows. But if you’re a visual learner you can watch the show below. Be sure to subscribe to our channel!If you missed the live show, be sure to check out all episodes on the following platforms:Apple Users: CLICK HERESpotify: CLICK HEREGoogle Play: CLICK HEREIf you’re old-school and just want the audio, you can listen to it in the player below.


WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest Ne - DamaPed - 02-21-2020

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