Here, in our continuing effort to put out a little known Pittsburgh Steelers fact each day this week in honor of their Super Bowl win, we have this to offer:
Two point conversion are rare in the NFL, it is especially rare to score more than one two point conversion in one season. In 1998, Steelers wide receiver Charles Johnson did just that though. Over the course of that season he scored on two two-point conversion plays. As amazing as that was, it is one of the all time great Steelers wide receivers that sits above him. In 2002, Hines Ward scored on three two-point conversion plays during the season. Another amazing way that Ward has worked his way into the Steelers record books.