1969 Pittsburgh Steelers schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
1-13-0 0-0 3626 2084 1542 49 210 4401 2669 1732 41 260
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The Pittsburgh Steelers' thirty-sixth season was in 1969, playing their home games at Pitt Stadium. During the offseason they hired Chuck Noll to lead the team. Noll had never previously coached in the NFL in any capacity before the 1969 season. They finished the season 1-13-0, 1-6-0 at home and 0-7-0 on the road. At the end of the season, Joe Greene was awarded with the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year award.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Detroit Lions 16-13
Week 2 @ Philadelphia Eagles 27-41
Week 3 St. Louis Cardinals 14-27
Week 4 @ New York Giants 7-10
Week 5 @ Cleveland Browns 31-42
Week 6 Washington Redskins 7-14
Week 7 Green Bay Packers 34-38
Week 8 @ Chicago Bears 7-38
Week 9 Cleveland Browns 3-24
Week 10 @ Minnesota Vikings 14-52
Week 11 @ St. Louis Cardinals 10-47
Week 12 Dallas Cowboys 7-10
Week 13 New York Giants 17-21
Week 14 @ New Orleans Saints 24-27

Coaches

Head Coach: Chuck Noll Offensive Line Coach: Bob Fry Offensive Ends Coach: Max Coley Offensive Backfield Coach: John Bridgers Defensive Line Coach: Walter Hackett Defensive Backs Coach: Charlie Sumner Defensive Backfield Coach: Dick Coury, Charlie Sumner