The Holy Grail of Pittsburgh Steelers jersey, we can count on a few fingers the number of real Terry Bradshaw jerseys that we have seen, and this is one of them. This beautiful, all-original white, road “12” jersey was sported by Bradshaw in the 1977 AFC Divisional Round Game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Denver Broncos. Bradshaw accounted for two touchdowns in this game – one passing and one on a 1-yard run when he leaped over the offensive line. The jersey has “12” sewn on the front, back and both shoulders in black, with “BRADSHAW” sewn on a plate on the back in yellow on black lettering. On the inside of the jersey can be seen yellow hand-stitching done to reinforce the lettering - this stitching goes right through the plate. On the front tail is Medalist Sand-Knit tag with small “77” year tag sewn on beside the size tag and there is great use with sweat staining, scuffs, abrasions, light snags in the material and even some blood staining, along with dirt staining at the bottom of the jersey on front and back tail. Bradshaw’s legend has not diminished in the years since he retired after earning MVP honors in two of his four Super Bowl victories, and the Steelers won the AFC Central Division eight times in his 14 NFL seasons. This is nothing short of a fantastic representation of a game worn Bradshaw jersey. This jersey has been photomatched to the exact spot on the front number “2” in two images including Getty image 76084138.