Dwight White, former Pittsburgh Steeler and member of the Steel Curtain, once said, "Nobody remembers teams that win one Super Bowl." He said that during the 1970s Steelers dynasty, about winning back-to-back Super Bowl championships.
The logic is simple. Anyone can win ONE Super Bowl. For a team to win more than one, takes something special.
To have a team that no one is going to forget, takes more than a single Super Bowl.
Look at the teams that are remembered—the dynasty teams.
New England Patriots ('00s)
To become the elite, you must win more than one.
With Pittsburgh's offseason having filled up most of their holes and depth, the Steelers look as if they could become the next dynasty.