With the Super Bowl just days away and no identifiable rooting interest for most Pittsburgh Steelers fans, depression may begin to set in.
The simplest way to alleviate these feelings is to recall the glory days.
While much has been made of the '70s “Steel Curtain” defense, the Steelers also fielded several future Hall of Famers on the other side of the ball in that dynastic decade.
And it’s true; a lot of the team's recent success can be attributed to the likes of Troy Polamalu and James Harrison. Nonetheless, it’s certainly arguable that they wouldn’t have reached Super Bowl glory without the likes of Ben Roethlisberger and Hines Ward.
So which of the Steelers’ six Super Bowl winning offenses was the best? Which was the worst?
Read on to find out.
Ranking Criteria: This list was compiled based on a multitude of factors. Primarily, points scored as well as individual successes and accolades.