He also gave the opposing team defense the ball alot with all the INTs he threw.
I dont care what decade you look at, completing less than half your passes, and throwing more INTs than TDs is not great.
You couldn't be more wrong. Pitt had the steel curtain. They could afford to have Bradshaw attempt the long pass with swann and stallworth, which meant more INTs. Are you forgetting how many games and superbowls they won with this strategy?? And a 50% passer in the 70's was not a pathetic stat, especially if you were a NORTH-SOUTH passer. Once again, he didn't pad his stats with east-west passes like Archie did back then.
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