He had two very good WRs. Stallworth was, IMO, more valuable than :Lynn Swann, but Swann got all the press. Grossman was a decent TE as well. Bradshaw also had a very good RB in Franco Harris. Bottom line, he had many weapons at his disposal. Most important, however, was that he had a defense like non other of the era. All four members of his DL were Pro Bowlers at one point in their careers, as were all three LBers (Jack Ham, Andy Russell and Jack Lambert), and three members of the secondary (Mel Blount, Glen Edwards, & Mike Wagner). In the '75 season, when Dallas lost to them in SB X, EIGHT members of the starting defense made the pro bowl. Fpour members of that defense are in the Hall of Fame (Joe Greene, Lambert, Ham, and Blount). The '75 Steeler defense gave up 162 points in a 14-game season (11.6 ppg). As for Bradshaw himself, I never thought he was anywhere near elite. His career completion percentage is something like 52.1%, and his TD-Int. Ration is almost 1:1. Still, he was tough to beat because he had a defense and a running game that could bail him out when he was not "on".