2000 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
9-7-0 0-0 4766 2518 2248 21 283 4713 3020 1693 35 252
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The Pittsburgh Steelers' sixty-seventh season was in 2000, and it was the ninth season Bill Cowher served as the head coach of the team. The Steelers played their home games at Three Rivers Stadium. They finished the season 9-7-0, 4-4-0 at home and 5-3-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Baltimore Ravens 0-16
Week 3 @ Cleveland Browns 20-23
Week 4 Tennessee Titans 20-23
Week 5 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 24-13
Week 6 @ New York Jets 20-3
Week 7 Cincinnati Bengals 15-0
Week 8 Cleveland Browns 22-0
Week 9 @ Baltimore Ravens 9-6
Week 10 @ Tennessee Titans 7-9
Week 11 Philadelphia Eagles 23-26
Week 12 Jacksonville Jaguars 24-34
Week 13 @ Cincinnati Bengals 48-28
Week 14 Oakland Raiders 21-20
Week 15 @ New York Giants 10-30
Week 16 Washington Redskins 24-3
Week 17 @ San Diego Chargers 34-21

Coaches

Head Coach: Bill Cowher Offensive Coordinator: Kevin Gilbride Defensive Coordinator: Tim Lewis Wide Receivers Coach: Bob Bratkowski Offensive Line Coach: Kent Stephenson Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Irv Eatman Running Backs Coach: Dick Hoak Tight Ends Coach: Mike Mularkey Defensive Line Coach: John Mitchell Linebackers Coach: Mike Archer Defensive Backs Coach: Willy Robinson Secondary Coach: Willy Robinson Defensive Assistant Coach: Lou Spanos Special Teams Coach: Jay Hayes Conditioning Coordinator: Chet Fuhrman Director of Football Operations: Kevin Colbert Player Development: Anthony Griggs Administrative Assistant: Mike Miller, Lou Spanos Assistant Athletic Trainer: Ryan Grove Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: Tyrone Dixon