Steelers Playoff History

 Date        Game              Result
 —-        —-              ——
 12-21-47    Eastern Division  Philadelphia 21, Pittsburgh 0 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-6-63      Playoff Bowl      Detroit 17, Pittsburgh 10 (at Pittsburgh)
 12-23-72    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 13, Oakland 7 (at Pittsburgh)
 12-31-72    AFC Championship  Miami 21, Pittsburgh 17 (at Pittsburgh)
 12-22-73    AFC Wild Card     Oakland 33, Pittsburgh 14 (at Oakland)
 12-22-74    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 32, Buffalo 14 (at Pittsburgh)
 12-29-74    AFC Championship  Pittsburgh 24, Oakland 13 (at Oakland)
 1-12-75     Super Bowl IX     Pittsburgh 16, Minnesota 6 (at New Orleans)
 12-27-75    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 28, Baltimore 10 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-4-76      AFC Championship  Pittsburgh 16, Oakland 10 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-18-76     Super Bowl X      Pittsburgh 21, Dallas 17 (at Miami)
 12-19-76    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 40, Baltimore 14 (at Baltimore)
 12-26-76    AFC Championship  Oakland 24, Pittsburgh 7 (at Oakland)
 12-24-77    AFC Divisional    Denver 34, Pittsburgh 21 (at Denver)
 12-30-78    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 33, Denver 10 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-7-79      AFC Championship  Pittsburgh 34, Houston 5 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-21-79     Super Bowl XIII   Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31 (at Miami)
 12-30-79    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 34, Miami 14 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-6-80      AFC Championship  Pittsburgh 27, Houston 13 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-20-80     Super Bowl XIV    Pittsburgh 31, L.A. Rams 19 (at Pasadena, CA)
 1-9-83      AFC Tournament    San Diego 31, Pittsburgh 28 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-1-84      AFC Divisional    L.A. Raiders 38, Pittsburgh 10 (at Los Angeles)
 12-30-84    AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 24, Denver 17 (at Denver)
 1-6-85      AFC Championship  Miami 45, Pittsburgh 28 (at Miami)
 12-31-89    AFC Wild Card     Pittsburgh 26, Houston 23 (at Houston)
 1-7-90      AFC Divisional    Denver 24, Pittsburgh 23 (at Denver)
 1-9-93      AFC Divisional    Buffalo 24, Pittsburgh 3 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-8-94      AFC Wild Card     Kansas City 24, Pittsburgh 23 (at Kansas City)
 1-7-95      AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 29, Cleveland 9 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-15-95     AFC Championship  San Diego 17, Pittsburgh 13 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-6-96      AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 40, Buffalo 21 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-14-96     AFC Championship  Pittsburgh 20, Indianapolis 16 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-28-96     Super Bowl XXX    Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17 (at Phoenix, AZ)
 12-29-96    AFC Wild Card     Pittsburgh 42, Indianapolis 14 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-5-97      AFC Divisional    New England 28, Pittsburgh 3 (at New England)
 1-3-98      AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 7, New England 6 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-11-98     AFC Championship  Denver 24, Pittsburgh 21 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-20-2002   AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 27, Baltimore 10 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-27-2002   AFC Championship  New England 24, Pittsburgh 17 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-5-2003    AFC Wild Card     Pittsburgh 36, Cleveland 33 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-11-2003   AFC Divisional    Tennessee 34, Pittsburgh 31 OT (at Tennessee)
 1-15-2005   AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 20, New York 17 OT (at Pittsburgh)
 1-23-2005   AFC Championship  New England 41, Pittsburgh 27 (at Pittsburgh)
 1-8-2006    AFC Wild Card     Pittsburgh 31, Cincinnati 17 (at Cincinnati)
 1-8-2006    AFC Wild Card     Pittsburgh 31, Cincinnati 17 (at Cincinnati)
 1-15-2006   AFC Divisional    Pittsburgh 21, Indianapolis 18 (at Indianapolis)
 1-22-2006   AFC Championship  Pittsburgh 34, Denver 17 (at Denver)
 2-5-2006    Super Bowl XL     Pittsburgh 21, Seattle 10 (at Detroit, MI)
 1-5-2008    AFC Wild Card     Jacksonville 31, Pittsburgh 29 (at Pittsburgh)

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2 Comments on "Steelers Playoff History"

  1. score of the 1/8/94 game against the Chiefs is incorrect. Final was 27-24 in overtime. Nick Lowery kicked it in O.T. This was the game that got John Guy fired as our special teams coach. The special teams were miserable that year! Remember the Browns game when Metcalf torched them for 2 T.D’s? then we had a punt blocked in this playoff game that gave Joe Montana the extra plays that would eventually cost us the game.

  2. STEELERS SUCK

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