do not ever question my loyalty to my team...there are NO 210 pound MLBs today, they would get freaking eaten alive. That defensive line was so dominating in every way and would still dominate today because its not hard to be big, strong and angry while playing one of the easiest postitions on the field. Now if you think those DBs could play with todays recievers your nuts, they wouldnt even be able to play with todays rules because their game was raping the reciever at the line and knocking him completely off their pattern...there was no 5 yard rule back then. The steel curtain needs to be directly credited to the Dline and thats the truth, they are the faces of the steel curtain for a reason. they all might have been great in their day but only a select few of them were true talents that would be able to hang with todays players. its a pissing contest to argue the points about players from the 70s vs players of today because older fans get butt hurt at the thought of the older players not being nearly as good when matched against modern talent....alot of steeler fans will never be able to accept another QB as being the greatest unless they win 5 superbowls but thats not how it is, terry bradshaw was simply not that good his TD to INT ratio was like 212-210....thats +2 and thats terrible but the truth is its probably harder to win one superbowl today than it was to win 4 back then because things are much more even in the era of FA and the salary cap. There are a few truely great talents from the 70s that we just so good that the thought of them playing in todays game is still scary....but the 75 steelers linebackers are not those guys imo Jump all over me if you want, tell me im not a fan i dont care....its where i stand on it.