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1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule

The 1979 Pittsburgh Steelers schedule produced a record of 12 wins and 4 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they beat the Oilers, Rams and Dolphins. They had regular season wins against the Browns, Chiefs, Patriots, Bills, Bengals, Cowboys, Broncos, Redskins, Colts, Oilers and Cardinals and losses against the Bengals, Eagles, Chargers and Oilers. View the 1979 Steelers complete schedule game by game.
1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Schedule (Record: 12 - 4 - 0)
1 Pittsburgh Steelers 16 @ New England Patriots 13 Game Stats
2 Houston Oilers 7 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 38 Game Stats
3 Pittsburgh Steelers 24 @ St. Louis Cardinals 21 Game Stats
4 Baltimore Colts 13 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 17 Game Stats
5 Pittsburgh Steelers 14 @ Philadelphia Eagles 17 Game Stats
6 Pittsburgh Steelers 51 @ Cleveland Browns 35 Game Stats
7 Pittsburgh Steelers 10 @ Cincinnati Bengals 34 Game Stats
8 Denver Broncos 7 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 42 Game Stats
9 Dallas Cowboys 3 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 14 Game Stats
10 Washington Redskins 7 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 38 Game Stats
11 Pittsburgh Steelers 30 @ Kansas City Chiefs 3 Game Stats
12 Pittsburgh Steelers 7 @ San Diego Chargers 35 Game Stats
13 Cleveland Browns 30 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 33 Game Stats
14 Cincinnati Bengals 17 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 37 Game Stats
15 Pittsburgh Steelers 17 @ Houston Oilers 20 Game Stats
16 Buffalo Bills 0 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 28 Game Stats
1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Postseason Schedule
AFC Divisional Playoff
Miami Dolphins 14 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 34 Game Stats
AFC Conference Championship
Houston Oilers 13 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 27 Game Stats
Super Bowl
Los Angeles Rams 19 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 31 Game Stats
 
 
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