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1978 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule

The 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers schedule produced a record of 14 wins and 2 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they beat the Oilers, Broncos and Cowboys. They had regular season wins against the Bills, Bengals, Browns, Broncos, Jets, Falcons, Chiefs, Saints, Seahawks, Colts, 49ers and Oilers and losses against the Oilers and Rams. View the 1978 Steelers complete schedule game by game.
1978 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule (Record: 14 - 2 - 0)
1 Pittsburgh Steelers 28 @ Buffalo Bills 17 Game Stats
2 Seattle Seahawks 10 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 21 Game Stats
3 Pittsburgh Steelers 28 @ Cincinnati Bengals 3 Game Stats
4 Cleveland Browns 9 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 15 Game Stats
5 Pittsburgh Steelers 28 @ New York Jets 17 Game Stats
6 Atlanta Falcons 7 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 31 Game Stats
7 Pittsburgh Steelers 34 @ Cleveland Browns 14 Game Stats
8 Houston Oilers 24 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 17 Game Stats
9 Kansas City Chiefs 24 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 27 Game Stats
10 New Orleans Saints 14 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 20 Game Stats
11 Pittsburgh Steelers 7 @ Los Angeles Rams 10 Game Stats
12 Cincinnati Bengals 6 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 7 Game Stats
13 Pittsburgh Steelers 24 @ San Francisco 49ers 7 Game Stats
14 Pittsburgh Steelers 13 @ Houston Oilers 3 Game Stats
15 Baltimore Colts 13 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 35 Game Stats
16 Pittsburgh Steelers 21 @ Denver Broncos 17 Game Stats
1978 Pittsburgh Steelers Postseason Schedule
AFC Divisional Playoff
Denver Broncos 10 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 33 Game Stats
AFC Conference Championship
Houston Oilers 5 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 34 Game Stats
Super Bowl
Pittsburgh Steelers 35 @ Dallas Cowboys 31 Game Stats
 
 
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