How far did the Steelers go in 2016?

How far did the Steelers go in 2016?

2016 Pittsburgh Steelers season
Division place 1st AFC North
Playoff finish Won Wild Card Playoffs (vs. Dolphins) 30–12 Won Divisional Playoffs (at Chiefs) 18–16 Lost AFC Championship (at Patriots) 17–36
Pro Bowlers show 6
AP All-Pros show 3

Where is the Steelers game today?

Steelers game will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.

Do you have to be vaccinated to go to a Steelers game?

A: Fans will not be required to show proof of vaccination to enter Heinz Field; however, in accordance with CDC guidelines, unvaccinated fans should wear a mask at all times.

When was the last Steelers losing season?

Although the Steelers have never had a losing season under Tomlin, the team has finished 8-8 three times, the last coming in 2019. Overall, the last losing season for any Steelers team came when the 2003 squad went 6-10.

Who won the Steeler game today?

HIGHLIGHTS: Steelers win 31-14.

What channel is the Pittsburgh Steelers on?

Pittsburgh Steelers schedule 2021

Week Date TV
1 Sept. 12 CBS
2 Sept. 19 CBS
3 Sept. 26 CBS
4 Oct. 3 CBS

Where can I buy Steelers tickets?

Join us at home this season by purchasing individual game tickets from the Pittsburgh Steelers official ticket sources: Ticketmaster and the NFL Ticket Exchange. Enjoy watching your favorite team while experiencing the luxury of one of our premium seating options.

How can I travel with the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Follow your Steelers on the road with a gameday travel package through On Location, a Pittsburgh Steelers official partner.

When were the Steelers’ preseason opponents and regular season schedules announced?

The Steelers’ preseason opponents and schedule was announced on April 7. Dates and times were announced on April 14. The Steelers’ regular season schedule was announced on April 14. Note: Intra-division opponents are in bold text.

What happened to Heath Miller on the Steelers?

For the first time since 2004, tight end Heath Miller was not on the opening day roster, as he announced his retirement on February 19, 2016. The Steelers were the first team since the 2011 Green Bay Packers to play on both Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

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