Pittsburgh Steelers Panorama - Heinz Field Panoramic Picture
This panorama portrays the Pittsburgh Steelers playing the New York Jets at Heinz Field. The Steelers' inaugural season in the National Football League was 1933, and the franchise - founded by Art Rooney Sr. and subsequently headed by his son, Dan, and his grandson, Art II - is the only one to have won six Lombardi trophies. The Steelers have employed only three head coaches since 1969, and each of the three - Chuck Noll, Bill Cowher and Mike Tomlin - have won at least one Super Bowl. In the first 15 years of Heinz Field's existence - it opened for the 2001 season - the Steelers won seven division titles and two Super Bowls, while qualifying for the playoffs 10 times.