Before you immediately scroll to the bottom of the page to leave a scathing comment, Pittsburgh Steelers fans, hear me out.
Bradshaw was one of the best, most accomplished quarterbacks in the history of the game with four Super Bowl rings and two Super Bowl MVPs.
He won a respectable 14 playoffs games to only five losses.
However, the Steel Curtain defense was a integral part of those successful Pittsburgh clubs.
Bradshaw finished his career with 30 postseason touchdowns and 26 interceptions. During the early stages of his career, he rarely threw the football.
He won his first two Super Bowls without completing more than 15 passes in any postseason contest.
Yes, the game was different then, but Bradshaw has to give a great deal of credit to his tremendous defense.