| ||Offense ||Defense |
|Record ||Playoff record ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs ||Total yards ||Pass yards ||Rush yards ||Turnovers ||First downs |
|12-4-0 ||3-0 ||7388 ||4381 ||3007 ||60 ||405 ||5047 ||3182 ||1865 ||48 ||303 |
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The Pittsburgh Steelers' forty-sixth season was in 1979, and it was the eleventh season Chuck Noll served as the head coach of the team. The Steelers played their home games at Three Rivers Stadium. They finished the year 12-4-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the Central, and 3-0 in the playoffs eventually winning the NFL championship against the Los Angeles Rams 31-19, the team's fourth championship win. At the end of the season, Terry Bradshaw was awarded with the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award.
1979 Pittsburgh Steelers Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Chuck Noll Assistant Head Coach: George J. Perles Defensive Coordinator: Woody Widenhofer Wide Receivers Coach: Tom Moore Offensive Line Coach: Rollie Dotsch Offensive Backfield Coach: Dick Hoak Offensive Assistant Coach: John Spezzaferro Defensive Backfield Coach: Dick Walker Flexibility Coach: Paul Uram Strength Coach: Lou Riecke