The 1970 Pittsburgh Steelers improved from a league-worst 1–13 record the previous year, finishing with a 5–9 record and third place in the newly formed AFC Central. The Steelers began the decade in a new conference and a new stadium with a new quarterback. After nearly 40 years in the NFL in which they shifted to the AFC, to complete the merger between the NFL and AFL. It was the NFL's weakest division that season, as the Steelers finished three games behind the division-winning Cincinnati Bengals—a team that was only in its third year of existence that season.

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  • The 1970 Pittsburgh Steelers improved from a league-worst 1–13 record the previous year, finishing with a 5–9 record and third place in the newly formed AFC Central. The Steelers began the decade in a new conference and a new stadium with a new quarterback. After nearly 40 years in the NFL in which they shifted to the AFC, to complete the merger between the NFL and AFL. It was the NFL's weakest division that season, as the Steelers finished three games behind the division-winning Cincinnati Bengals—a team that was only in its third year of existence that season. (en)
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  • --11-29
  • --12-06
  • --12-13
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  • --09-20
  • --09-27
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  • *Defensive Line – Walter Hackett *Defensive Backfield – Charlie Sumner
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  • *President – Arthur J. Rooney *Vice President – John R. McGinley *Vice President – Daniel M. Rooney *Director of Player Personnel – Arthur J. Rooney, Jr. *Public Relations Director – Ed Kiely *Ticket Manager – Joseph H. Carr *Traveling Secretary – James A. Boston *Publicity Director – Joe Gordon *Office Manager – Terrence Jacobs *Ticket Office Assistant – Arthur Laughlin *Assistant Director of Player Personnel – Bill Nunn
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  • *Head Coach – Chuck Noll
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  • *Offensive Backfield – Max Coley *Offensive Line – Bob Fry *Receivers – Lionel Taylor
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  • Steelers seasons
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  • 540.0
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  • *Strength Coach – Louis Riecke *Team Physician, Orthopedic – Dr. John Best *Team Physician, M.D. – Dr. David S. Huber *Team Dentist – Dr. Robert Gray *Trainer – Ralph Berlin *Assistant Trainer – Robert Milie *Equipment Manager – Anthony Parisi *Field Manager – Jack Hart
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  • The 1970 Pittsburgh Steelers improved from a league-worst 1–13 record the previous year, finishing with a 5–9 record and third place in the newly formed AFC Central. The Steelers began the decade in a new conference and a new stadium with a new quarterback. After nearly 40 years in the NFL in which they shifted to the AFC, to complete the merger between the NFL and AFL. It was the NFL's weakest division that season, as the Steelers finished three games behind the division-winning Cincinnati Bengals—a team that was only in its third year of existence that season. (en)
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  • 1970 Pittsburgh Steelers season (en)
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