A Bad Snap, Dropped Pass, and One Point Seperate 1989 Steelers From Immortality

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The 1989 Steelers traversed the depths of depression and defied the odds time and time again. But in the end, they came up short in Denver. Success in the lingua franca of Steelers Nation equals "Super Bowl."

But if they missed their ultimate goal, '89 team nonetheless carved a niche for themselves in the Steelers legacy of excellence.

While they lost in Denver, this was a game for the ages, highlighted by Merril Hoge's legendary, never say quit performance.

Click on the link above to read the latest installment of Steel Curtain Rising's tribute to the 1989 Pittsburgh Steelers.
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