Relive four of the greatest modern moments in Steelers football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2009 AFC Championship vs Baltimore - The Pick Six
2016 Regular Season vs Baltimore - Breaking the plane
2009 Super Bowl XLIII vs Arizona - Holmes steals the Super Bowl
2006 Super Bowl XL vs Seattle - Trick play gives one for the thumb
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself. - Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster - Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz) - Natural edge
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2009 AFC Championship
The Pick Six
Steelers vs Baltimore
23 - 14
18 January, 2009
In the AFC Championship against bitter rival Baltimore Ravens, Troy Polamalu intercepted Joe Flacco late in the fourth quarter and returned it for a touchdown to give Pittsburgh a nine point lead. The Steelers would hold the lead and advance to the Super Bowl.
2016 Regular Season
Breaking the plane
Steelers vs Baltimore
31 - 27
25 December, 2016
Antonio Brown got his outstretched arm over the goal line to give the Steelers the victory over the Ravens as well as the AFC North Title.
2009 Super Bowl XLIII
Holmes steals the Super Bowl
Steelers vs Arizona
27 - 23
1 February, 2009
Pittsburgh was up at the half but the Cardinals had battled back and the Steelers were down 3 with only 2:37 to go. Santonio Holmes capped one of the greatest Super Bowls of all-time with a game-winning TD catch in the back of the endzone to give the Steelers an NFL record 6 Super Bowl Titles.
2006 Super Bowl XL
Trick play gives one for the thumb
Steelers vs Seattle
21 - 10
5 February, 2006
Antwaan Randle-EL became the first wide receiver to throw a touchdown in a Super Bowl, completing an option pass to Super Bowl XL MVP Hines Ward to put the Steelers up by 11. The win got Pittsburgh their 5th title and the Steelers became the 1st ever 6th seed to win the Super Bowl.
One of the coasters has a strange stain across it while a second also carries a stain and the print is already wearing away. Other two look great. So, two out of four stars, I suppose.
Unfortunately the product has taken some time. A label was created 7 days prior to the post office receiving the product according to the USPS tracker. If I would have know it would have been shipped via USPS, I probably wouldn’t have ordered. Still have not received. Looking forward to seeing the product though!!
I ordered the coasters for my son’s Christmas stocking. They are good quality slate and the fact that they have each of the game winning plays from the Braves championship run make it even more special.
Been a die hard Kings fan for 38 years and this ad stumbled across my Instagram page and can be more happy to see these coasters!