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The iconic Pittsburgh Steeler logo, which began unceremoniously in 1962, when a US Steel sticker was placed on the right side only of the helmets. They had to slice the edges so it would lay flat. The 1962 Steelers finished 9-5, the winningest team in franchise history to date, finished 2nd in the E. Conference and qualified for the Playoff Bowl. They wanted to do something special for their first postseason game, so they changed their helmets from gold to black which highlighted the new logo.

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