Super Bowl 14 logo, Pittsburgh Steelers 31VS Los Angeles Rams 19, MVP Terry Bradshaw

Super Bowl XIV (14)
Game Summary

Pittsburgh Steelers
Los Angeles Rams
Pittsburgh Steelers Superbowl XIV Ring


Pittsburgh Steelers:
Chuck Noll
Los Angeles Rams:
Ray Malavasi

Half Time Show

Headliner: Up with People.


Rose Bowl Stadium
Pasadena, CA

Date: August 18, 1970
Attendance: 103,985


Terry Bradshaw
Quarterback (QB)
Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers Defeats Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl XIV.  Terry Bradshaw named MVP.

Remember when the Rams finally made it to the Super Bowl after winning their seventh straight division title? If that doesn't seem implausible enough, they beat Tampa Bay (yes, Tampa Bay) in the NFC championship game. The Rams, whose 9-7 regular season record was the worst ever for a Super Bowl team, couldn't prevent the Steelers from confirming their place as the team of the '70s. Los Angeles kept things close most of the game. But with 12 minutes to go and the Rams leading 19-17, Bradshaw hooked up with wideout John Stallworth on a 73-yard touchdown pass to give Pittsburgh the lead for good.

Terry Bradshaw completed 14 of 21 passes for 309 yards and set two passing records as the Steelers became the first team to win four Super Bowls.

Despite three interceptions by the Rams, Bradshaw kept his poise and brought the Steelers from behind twice in the second half. Trailing 13-10 at halftime, Pittsburgh went ahead 17-13 when Bradshaw hit Lynn Swann with a 47-yard touchdown pass after 2:48 of the third quarter.

On the Rams' next possession Vince Ferragamo, who completed 15 of 25 passes for 212 yards, responded with a 50-yard pass to Billy Waddy that moved Los Angeles from its 26 to the Steelers' 24. On the following play, Lawrence McCutcheon connected with Ron Smith on a halfback option pass that gave the Rams a 19-17 lead.

On Pittsburgh's initial possession of the final period, Bradshaw lofted a 73-yard scoring pass to John Stallworth to put the Steelers in front to stay 24-19.

Franco Harris scored on a 1-yard run later in the quarter to seal the verdict. A 45-yard pass from Bradshaw to Stallworth was the key play in the drive to Harris's score.

Bradshaw, the game's most valuable player for the second straight year, set career Super Bowl records for most touchdown passes (9) and most passing yards (932).

Larry Anderson gave the Steelers excellent field position throughout the game with five kickoff returns for a record 162 yards.

Scoring Information

 ScoreTimeFirst DownsEfficiencies
Game Summary PossRPXT3Down4Down
Los Angeles Rams 1929:31 6 91165/141/2
Pittsburgh Steelers3130:29 8101199/140/0
TeamQtrTimePlay Description (Extra Point) (Drive Info)VisitorHome
Steelers1 7:29Bahr 41yd Field Goal03
Rams 112:16Bryant 1 run (Corral kick)73
Steelers2 2:08Harris 1 run (Bahr kick)710
Rams 2 7:39Corral 31yd Field Goal1010
Rams 214:46Corral 45yd Field Goal1310
Steelers3 2:48Swann 47 pass from Bradshaw (Bahr kick)1317
Rams 3 4:45R. Smith 24 pass from McCutcheon (Corral, kick failed)1917
Steelers4 2:56Stallworth 73 pass from Bradshaw (Bahr kick)1924
Steelers4 2:56Harris 1 run (Bahr kick)1931
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