Thursday, July 19, 2018
1963 Steelers: Not Pretty, But Respectable
The Steelers surprised many fans by posting a 9-5 record in 1962. Bobby Layne ended his career as the NFL all-time leader in touchdowns as he led the Steelers to three straight wins at the end of the season to take second place in the Eastern Conference. John Henry Johnson, Ernie Stautner, and Big Daddy Lipscomb, though aging, came through with tough performances and Buddy Dial was now a top receiver
By 1963, the Steelers were still holding steady thanks to a league-leading three tie games to give them a 7-4-3 record. RetroCards offers custom collectors an additional 18 cards of players that did not appear on a card back in 1963. Players include: John Baker, George Tarasovic, John Reger, Ron Stenhouwer, Gary Ballman, Jim Bradshaw, Mike Sandusky, Joe Krupa, Clendon Thomas, Brady Keys, Bob Schmitz, Charlie Bradshaw, Harlon Hill, Myron Pottios, Terry Nofsinger, Dan James, John Powers, and Tom Tracy. Coming soon!