Terry Bradshaw in NFL History
Terry Bradshaw (1948- ) was a strong-armed quarterback who led the Pittsburgh Steelers to an unprecedented four Super Bowl championships in the late 1970s. Erratic as a passer in his early years in the NFL—he threw nearly as many interceptions as touchdowns over the course of his career—Bradshaw became the league's most dangerous quarterback when his Steelers rose to become the NFL's dominant team after 1974. He was named the MVP of Pittsburgh's back-to-back wins in Super Bowls XIII and XIV, and won league MVP honors in 1978. He won election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1989.
Since leaving the playing field, Bradshaw has built a successful second career as a television commentator and advertising pitchman. Since 1994, he has anchored Fox NFL Sunday, frequently providing goofy comic relief to his more serious co-hosts.