Terry Bradshaw Flexing
A man on a mission, Terry Bradshaw prepares for Super Bowl XIII in Miami against the Dallas Cowboys. Bradshaw entered the game a two-time Super Bowl champion, in 1975 and ’76, having beaten the Cowboys in Super Bowl X. Bradshaw was the subject of some serious trash talk before Super Bowl XIII, when Cowboys linebacker Thomas “Hollywood” Henderson suggested Bradshaw couldn’t spell “cat” if spotted the C and the A.
In the game, Bradshaw would pass for four touchdowns — the first four-touchdown performance in Super Bowl history — as the Steelers built a 35-17 lead in the fourth quarter. The Steelers would hang on for a 35-31 victory, then defeat the Rams in Super Bowl XIV to become back-to-back winners for the second time and become the first four-time champion in league history.