Terry Bradshaw

Selected number one overall at the 1970 NFL Draft, Terry Bradshaw was always destined for greatness. And although it took a couple of seasons for the boy from Shreveport in Louisiana to make an impact, his golden years would coincide with one of the most dominant dynasties the NFL has ever seen. His Steelers and their "Steel Curtain" defense stunted opposition scoring and, coupled with a strong ground game, Bradshaw's canon deep ball split opposition defenses to the tune of eight AFC Central championships and four Super Bowl triumphs. There were no shortage of iconic moments during Bradshaw's outstanding career and in 1972 he threw what would come to be known as the "Immaculate Reception" – a pass to Franco Harris to beat the Raiders in the AFC Divisional playoffs, which is among the most famous plays in NFL history.

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