Steelers Playoff History, Record & Stats Ahead of 2021-22 NFL Postseason

Steelers Playoff History, Record & Stats Ahead of 2021-22 NFL Postseason


The Pittsburgh Steelers are back in the NFL Playoffs, drawing a Wild Card Round matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Here's what you need to know about the Steelers' playoff history.

Steelers' Last Playoff Appearance

The last time the Steelers made the playoffs was during the 2020 season. Despite finishing the regular season with a 12-4 record, they lost, 48-37, in the Wild Card Round against the Cleveland Browns.

When Was the Steelers' Last Playoff Win?

The Steelers' last playoff win was in the Divisional Round during in the 2016 NFL season. They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 18-16 in that game.

Steelers' Playoff Record

The Steelers have an all-time postseason record of 36-26 across 62 all-time contests.

Have the Steelers Ever Won a Super Bowl?

The Steelers have won the Super Bowl six times. They defeated the Minnesota Vikings (16-6) in Super Bowl IX, the Dallas Cowboys (21-17) in Super Bowl X, the Dallas Cowboys (35-31) in Super Bowl XIII, the Los Angeles Rams (31-19) in Super Bowl XIV, the Seattle Seahawks (21-10) in Super Bowl XL and the Arizona Cardinals (27-23) in Super Bowl XLIII.

Steelers' Last Super Bowl Win

The Steelers' last Super Bowl win came on February 1, 2009. They defeated the Arizona Cardinals, 27-23, in Super Bowl XLIII. Santonio Holmes hauled in 9 receptions for 131 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown, earning Super Bowl MVP honors.

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