Terry Bradshaw passed for 209 yards and two touchdowns in the 21-17 victory over the Cowboys, the first of four Super Bowls that Bradshaw would win.
2 of 8Walter Iooss Jr./SI
Franco Harris didn't score against Dallas in Super Bowl X, but did carry the ball 27 times for 82 yards and caught one pass for 26 yards.
3 of 8Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
Having spent two days in a hospital after suffering a concussion in the AFC Championship game, Lynn Swann recovered in time to catch four passes for 161 yards in Super Bowl X. His 64-yard scoring reception in the fourth quarter put Pittsburgh up for good and helped him earn MVP honors.
4 of 8Neil Leifer/SI
Sept. 22, 1975 SI Cover
5 of 8Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
A three-time Pro Bowl player with an outstanding vertical leap, Stallworth teamed up with Lynn Swann to give the Steelers a potent passing attack.
6 of 8Walter Iooss Jr./SI
Jan. 12, 1976 SI Cover.
7 of 8Walter Iooss Jr./SI
Jack Lambert and Pittsburgh's Steel Curtain defense held their first two playoff opponents (Baltimore and Oakland) to 10 points each and relied on a last-minute interception in the end zone by Glen Edwards to seal their 21-17 Super Bowl X victory over Dallas.
8 of 8Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
Jan. 26, 1976 SI Cover
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