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. His main target was Lynn Swann, who posted career highs in catches and receiving yards. In the playoffs, Bradshaw found a new hot receiver in John Stallworth, who caught 10 passes against Denver, and caught one touchdown versus Houston in the AFC Championship game. Finally, in Super Bowl XIII, Bradshaw 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, a team that helped secure Bradshaw's Hall of Fame legacy. America's Game uses exclusive interviews from Bradshaw, Rocky Bleier and Mel Blount to recount the story of one of the most dominant teams in NFL history.