The Steelers will be wearing throwback jerseys on Sunday Night.
From the Steelers press release this week: "The Steelers chose the 1934 jersey because it was a unique part of Steelers history, and it was a uniform that had not been worn since that season."
Let's take a look at that particular 'unique part of Steelers history'. First, and most nitpicky, it's not a part of Steelers' history at all, they were known as the Pirates in 1934. The Pirates were 2-10 in 1934, finished last in their division, were outscored 51-206 and were shutout in 6 of their 12 games.
One of their shutout losses was to the St. Louis Gunners in that franchise's 1st and most important victory. It was also that franchise's last and least important victory. In less than a month, after giving up 61 points in losses to the Packers and Lions, the St. Louis Gunners went the way of the dodo, the milkman and Kardashian self respect.
At least be honest Steelers, you are wearing these jerseys because they are the most obnoxious. And as every 4-year old knows, there's no such thing as bad attention.