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Black@Gold Forever32
06-11-2006, 01:19 PM
Well the stat geek in me just can't let this die. Sorry boys and girls.

Most Career TD's in Steelers history

1. Franco Harris-100
2. Jerome Bettis-80
3. John Stallwoth-64
4. Hines Ward/Lynn Swann-53
5. Louis Lipps-46

Most TD's in a single season

1. Louis Lipps-15 (1985)
2. Franco Harris-14 (1976)
3. Jerome Bettis-13 ( 2004)
4. Franco Harris-12 (1979)
Roy Jefferson-12 (1968)
Buddy Dial-12 (1961)
Hines Ward-12 (2002)

Note=Lipps in 1985 had 12 recieving TD's along with 1 rushing TD and 2 punt returns for
TD's.

Most Receptions in a game

1. Courtney Hawkins-14 (11/1/98 vs. Titans)
2. Hines Ward-13 (11/30/03 vs. Bengals)
3. J.R. Wilburn-12 (10/22/67 vs. Cowboys)
4. Hines Ward-11 (11/10/02 vs. Falcons)
Yancey Thigpen-11 (10/26/97 vs. Jaqs)
John Stallworth-11 (9/30/85 vs. Bengals)
Roy Jerrerson-11 (11/3/68 vs. Falcons)

Most career 100 yard receiving games

1. John Stallworth-25
2. Louis Lipps-16
3. Hines Ward-12
4. Plax Burress-11
5. Lynn Swann/Yancey Thigpen-10


Most 100 yard games in a single season

1. John Stallworh-7 (1984)
2. Yancey Thigpen-6 (1997)
3. Louis Lipps-5 (1989)
4. To many to list-4


Most career INT's

1. Mel Blount-57
2. Jack Butler-52
3. Donnie Shell-51
4. Rod Woodson-38
5. Dwayne Woodruff-37

Most career oppenent fumble recoveries

1. Jack Ham-21
2. Donnie Shell-19
3. Carnell Lake/Joe Greene-16
4. Jack Lambert-15
5. Robin Cole-14
L.C. Greenwood-14
Greg Lloyd-14

Thats it for now.

StillerPaul
06-11-2006, 02:45 PM
Good stuff.

Any of yin'z remember the catch that Stallworth made against KC in '84? That is my all time favorite catch next to Swann's SB grabs against Dallas. GREAT WR's. :cool:

SteelShooter
06-11-2006, 04:19 PM
That took a little research..........thanks for the time invested Bro! :peace:

You get my first Reps as a "Starter".

Stillers#1
06-11-2006, 07:36 PM
It's kind of funny, when I was a little kid, Louis Lipss was my favorite player just because of his name. I always forget about him now though, it's crazy how high up on some of these lists he is. I think this is my 100th post too!!!!

Black@Gold Forever32
06-11-2006, 07:57 PM
That took a little research..........thanks for the time invested Bro! :peace:

You get my first Reps as a "Starter".

Thanks man I'm a stat geek so I love researching stats.

DIESELMAN
06-11-2006, 08:25 PM
Well the stat geek in me just can't let this die. Sorry boys and girls.

Most Career TD's in Steelers history

1. Franco Harris-100
2. Jerome Bettis-80
3. John Stallwoth-64
4. Hines Ward/Lynn Swann-53
5. Louis Lipps-46

Most TD's in a single season

1. Louis Lipps-15 (1985)
2. Franco Harris-14 (1976)
3. Jerome Bettis-13 ( 2004)
4. Franco Harris-12 (1979)
Roy Jefferson-12 (1968)
Buddy Dial-12 (1961)
Hines Ward-12 (2002)

Note=Lipps in 1985 had 12 recieving TD's along with 1 rushing TD and 2 punt returns for
TD's.

Most Receptions in a game

1. Courtney Hawkins-14 (11/1/98 vs. Titans)
2. Hines Ward-13 (11/30/03 vs. Bengals)
3. J.R. Wilburn-12 (10/22/67 vs. Cowboys)
4. Hines Ward-11 (11/10/02 vs. Falcons)
Yancey Thigpen-11 (10/26/97 vs. Jaqs)
John Stallworth-11 (9/30/85 vs. Bengals)
Roy Jerrerson-11 (11/3/68 vs. Falcons)

Most career 100 yard receiving games

1. John Stallworth-25
2. Louis Lipps-16
3. Hines Ward-12
4. Plax Burress-11
5. Lynn Swann/Yancey Thigpen-10


Most 100 yard games in a single season

1. John Stallworh-7 (1984)
2. Yancey Thigpen-6 (1997)
3. Louis Lipps-5 (1989)
4. To many to list-4


Most career INT's

1. Mel Blount-57
2. Jack Butler-52
3. Donnie Shell-51
4. Rod Woodson-38
5. Dwayne Woodruff-37

Most career oppenent fumble recoveries

1. Jack Ham-21
2. Donnie Shell-19
3. Carnell Lake/Joe Greene-16
4. Jack Lambert-15
5. Robin Cole-14
L.C. Greenwood-14
Greg Lloyd-14

Thats it for now.

Nice stats. here's some more for ya:

Single Season Records:

Passing:
Passing Attempts: 519 Tommy Maddox (2003)
Passing Completions: 298 Tommy Maddox (2003)
Passing Yards (game): 473 Tommy Maddox (2002)
Passing Yards (season): 3724 Terry Bradshaw (1979)
Passing Touchdowns: 28 Terry Bradshaw (1978)
Passing Interceptions: 25 Terry Bradshaw (1979)

Rushing:
Rushing Attempts: 375 Jerome Bettis (1997)
Rushing Yards: 1690 Barry Foster (1992)
Rushing Touchdowns: 14 Franco Harris (1976)

Receiving:
Receptions: 112 Hines Ward (2002)
Receiving Yards: 1398 Yancey Thigpen (1997)
Receiving Touchdowns: 12 Buddy Dial (1961), Louis Lipps (1985), Hines Ward (2002)

Defensive:
Sacks: 15 Mike Merriweather (1984)
Interceptions: 11 Mel Blount (1975)

Kicking:
Field Goals: 34 Norm Johnson (1995)

AWARDS:
Coach of the Year:
1992 Bill Cowher

Def. Rookie of the Year:
1969 Mean Joe Greene DT
1974 Jack Lambert LB
2001 Kendrell Bell LB

Off. Rookie of the Year:
1958 Jimmy Orr WR
1972 Franco Harris RB
1984 Louis Lipps WR
2004 Ben Roethlisberger QB

Def. Player of the Year:
1974 Mean Joe Greene DT
1975 Mel Blount CB
1976 Jack Lambert LB
1993 Rod Woodson DB

Off. Player of the Year :
None

NFL MVP:
1946 Bill Dudley RB
1978 Terry Bradshaw QB

Super Bowl MVP:
IX Franco Harris RB (1974)
X Lynn Swann WR (1975)
XIII Terry Bradshaw QB (1978)
XIV Terry Bradshaw QB (1979)

Pro Bowl MVP:
1957 Ernie Stautner* DT
1960 Gene Lipscomb* DT
1963 Gene Lipscomb DT
1977 Mel Blount CB

Black@Gold Forever32
06-11-2006, 08:29 PM
Nice stats. here's some more for ya:

Single Season Records:

Passing:
Passing Attempts: 519 Tommy Maddox (2003)
Passing Completions: 298 Tommy Maddox (2003)
Passing Yards (game): 473 Tommy Maddox (2002)
Passing Yards (season): 3724 Terry Bradshaw (1979)
Passing Touchdowns: 28 Terry Bradshaw (1978)
Passing Interceptions: 25 Terry Bradshaw (1979)

Rushing:
Rushing Attempts: 375 Jerome Bettis (1997)
Rushing Yards: 1690 Barry Foster (1992)
Rushing Touchdowns: 14 Franco Harris (1976)

Receiving:
Receptions: 112 Hines Ward (2002)
Receiving Yards: 1398 Yancey Thigpen (1997)
Receiving Touchdowns: 12 Buddy Dial (1961), Louis Lipps (1985), Hines Ward (2002)

Defensive:
Sacks: 15 Mike Merriweather (1984)
Interceptions: 11 Mel Blount (1975)

Kicking:
Field Goals: 34 Norm Johnson (1995)

Good stuff man.

Black@Gold Forever32
06-11-2006, 08:41 PM
1957 Ernie Stautner* OT
1960 Gene Lipscomb* OT
1963 Gene Lipscomb OT

I don't want to sound like a know it all. But Stautner and Bid Daddy Lipscomb played the defensive side of the ball.

DIESELMAN
06-11-2006, 08:57 PM
1957 Ernie Stautner* OT
1960 Gene Lipscomb* OT
1963 Gene Lipscomb OT

I don't want to sound like know it all. But Stautner and Bid Daddy Lipscomb played the defensive side of the ball.
Yup your right I fixed it....I assumed someone else knew what they was doin kinda like going through the drive thru and waiting till you get home to check it out.....:helmet: