The rivalry between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys created some of the best moments in NFL history. Will they add another highlight when they play on Nov. 13? Don’t miss this game because it’s going to be wild. Click to watch.
Another chapter will be written in the history books, as the Pittsburgh Steelers welcome the Dallas Cowboys to Heinz Field in scenic Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With the bloody history between these two squads, this will be more than a football match – it may just be a war! Kickoff is set for 4:25 PM ET so get ready to watch every second.
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During the 1970s, the battles between Tom Landry’s Cowboys and Chuck Noll’s Steelers defined an era. The Steel Curtain dynasty, which featured “Mean” Joe Green, 70, Terry Bradshaw, 68, and more met Tony Dorsett, 62, and Roger Staubach, 74. The teams clashed in two Super Bowls during that decade, with Pittsburgh walking away with a win.
“It was one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports and it’s been like that before I showed up here,” Dallas coach Jason Garrett, 50, said ahead of the game, per ESPN. “You think about the Hall of Fame coaches and the Hall of Fame players, and they were really remarkable teams.”
Remarkable is the right word to describe the red-hot Cowboys, who are tied with the New England Patriots for the best record in the league. Led by rookie Dak Prescott, 23, Dallas has gone on a seven-game-winning streak, the third-longest run by a rookie quarterback, according to Yahoo Sports. With rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, 21, shredding through defenses and Dez Bryant, 28, making big catches, Dallas has reinvented itself into a potential Super Bowl contender.
Meanwhile, Pittsburgh is struggling. Three straight losses have dropped Pittsburgh down to a 4-4 record, as Ben Roethlisberger, 34, has tried to recapture the magic that made him a 2-time Super Bowl champ. “You want to be playing your best football at this time of year,” Big Ben said. “If we want to be playing our best, we’ve got to be playing the best. And one of the best is coming in this week.” Will this competition light a fire in the heart of Steel City, or will the Dallas flame leave Pittsburgh scorched?
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