I DVR'd all 4 (Plus the 2005 and 2008 seasons). I am have all of them at one point or another, but did re-watch some of them. Certain things jumped out at me, juxtaposing those 70's teams the recent era. 1.) Noll was smart, and he had little time to coddle or be buddies with his players. He was no nonsense: You either did your job and listened to instruction, or you were gone. No playing word games in the press, no debate - get things done or you were gone. I much prefer a smart coach than one who tries to be buddies with his players but is easily confused and bamboozled on game day. No one got over on Noll. He was keenly aware of everything going on before and during the game. He didn't need to wear cool sunglasses or twirl his headsets around. I would so much love a coach like him again. 2.) They not only had talent with the starters, but even the 2nd string was full of players who could get the job done. They had a lot of injuries throughout those years, but the backups kept them winning. We lose one ILB last year and the D goes to total crap. That would have not happened to the 70's Steelers. 3.) Why can't we draft like those teams. Holy cow did they know how to draft great players: Green, Bradshaw, Lambert, LC, Blount, Ham, Rocky, Franco, Webster, Swann, Stalworth and on and on.