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PITTSBURGH STEELERS

COMMUNICATIONS
Burt Lauten - Director of Communications
Dominick Rinelli - Public Relations/Media Manager PITTSBURGH STEELERS
3400 South Water Street • Pittsburgh, PA 15203
www.steelers.com
412-432-7820 • Fax: 412-432-7878

PITTSBURGH STEELERS (2-0)


vs.

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (0-2)


Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017 • 7:30 p.m. (ET) • Heinz Field • Pittsburgh, Pa.

PRESEASON GAME #3 PITTSBURGH STEELERS


2017 SCHEDULE
Pittsburgh Steelers (2-0)
vs. PRESEASON (2-0)

Indianapolis Colts (0-2) Friday, Aug. 11 @ New York Giants W, 20-12 (KDKA)
Sunday, Aug. 20 ATLANTA W, 17-13 (KDKA)
DATE: Saturday, Aug. 26, 2017 | KICKOFF: 7:30 p.m. ET
Saturday, Aug. 26 INDIANAPOLIS 7:30 p.m. (KDKA)
SITE: Heinz Field (68,400) • Pittsburgh, Pa. Thursday, Aug. 31 @ Carolina 7:30 p.m. (KDKA)
PLAYING SURFACE: Natural Grass
REGULAR SEASON (0-0)
TV COVERAGE: KDKA, channel 2
Sunday, Sept. 10 @ Cleveland 1 p.m. (KDKA)
ANNOUNCERS: Bob Pompeani (play-by-play)
Sunday, Sept. 17 MINNESOTA 1 p.m. (FOX)
Charlie Batch (analyst) | Missi Matthews (sideline)
Sunday, Sept. 24 @ Chicago 1 p.m. (CBS)
LOCAL RADIO: Steelers Radio Network
Sunday, Oct. 1 @ Baltimore 1 p.m. (CBS)
WDVE-FM (102.5)/WBGG-AM (970)
Sunday, Oct. 8 JACKSONVILLE* 1 p.m. (CBS)
ANNOUNCERS: Bill Hillgrove (play-by-play) Sunday, Oct. 15 @ Kansas City* 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Tunch Ilkin (analyst) | Craig Wolfley (sideline) Sunday, Oct. 22 CINCINNATI* 1 p.m. (CBS)
Sunday, Oct. 29 @ Detroit* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
A LOOK AT THE COACHES Sunday, Nov. 5 BYE WEEK
Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin Sunday, Nov. 12 @ Indianapolis* 1 p.m. (CBS)
Overall regular-season record: 103-57 (.644)/11th season Thursday, Nov. 16 TENNESSEE 8:25 p.m. (NBC/
Regular-season record with Pittsburgh: 103-57 (.644)/11th season NFL Network/Amazon)
Playoff Record/Years: 8-6 (.571)/seven years Sunday, Nov. 26 GREEN BAY* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Monday, Dec. 4 @ Cincinnati 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Chuck Pagano Sunday, Dec. 10 BALTIMORE* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Overall regular-season record: 49-31 (.613)/6th season
Sunday, Dec. 17 NEW ENGLAND* 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Regular-season record with Indianapolis: 49-31 (.613)/6th season
Monday, Dec. 25 @ Houston 4:30 p.m. (NBC/
Playoff Record/Years: 3-3 (.500)/three years
NFL Network/Amazon)
Sunday, Dec. 31 CLEVELAND* 1 p.m. (CBS)

www.steelers.com * - Times may change due to flexible scheduling


For all of the most up-to-date information on the POSTSEASON

Pittsburgh Steelers, visit the team’s offi cial web site Sat.-Sun., Jan. 6-7 Wild Card Weekend
at www.steelers.com Updated daily, the web site has Sat.-Sun., Jan. 13-14 Divisional Playoff Games
the most extensive information on upcoming games Sunday, Jan. 21 Conference Championships
and the most comprehensive news on the Steelers. Sunday, Jan. 28 Pro Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)
Sunday, Feb. 4 Super Bowl LII (Minneapolis, Minn.)

NOTE: All times are Eastern | Home games in Bold CAPS


STEELERS RADIO COVERAGE

For the 19th consecutive year, WDVE-FM (102.5) and WBGG-AM (970)
are carrying all Steelers games.
Additionally, Steelers games can be heard on a 48-station network
spanning Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, New York and
South Carolina. All Steelers’ games will be broadcast in Spanish on
steelers.com.
For the 24th straight season, Bill Hillgrove serves as the “Voice of
the Steelers” and handles play-by-play duties for the broadcast. Joining
Hillgrove for his 19th season as an expert analyst is Tunch Ilkin, the
former Steelers All-Pro offensive tackle. Joining the team for his 15th

MEDIA NOTES season is former Steeler offensive lineman Craig Wolfley, who provides
sideline analysis.
— WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE — Fans in Mexico can also listen to Steelers broadcasts on Grupo Im-
Steelers’ Head Coach Mike Tomlin will conduct a press conference on agen and games are heard on www.steelers.com/espanol. Stations on
Thursday, Aug. 24 at approximately 12:30 p.m. in the Steelers’ press the Steelers Radio Network include:
conference room at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex.
FLAGSHIP STATIONS (2)
WDVE-FM (102.5)
— OFFICIAL STEELERS WEBSITE —
WBGG-AM (970)
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THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE


(Subject to change)
TUESDAY, AUG. 22 WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23 THURSDAY, AUG. 24 FRIDAY, AUG. 25 SATURDAY, AUG. 26 SUNDAY, AUG. 27 MONDAY, AUG. 28
• No media availability • Player availability open locker • Coach Tomlin press • No media availability 7:30 p.m. (ET) • No media availability • Player availability open locker
room 9:30 - 10 a.m. conference 12:30 p.m. Home Game room 1:15 - 2 p.m.
Players Day Off • Practice 1:15 - 3:15 p.m. vs. Indianapolis Colts Players Day Off
• Player availability open locker (Heinz Field)
• Post-practice player room 12:30 - 12:45 p.m. KDKA-TV,
availability 3:15 - 3:45 p.m. • Practice 1 - 3 p.m. Channel 2

• Coach Tomlin available upon • Post-practice player


request after practice availability 3 - 3:30 p.m.

• Coordinators available after


• Coordinators available after
practice

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52ND YEAR AT SAINT VINCENT 2017 TRAINING CAMP HIGHLIGHTS
COLLEGE
The Steelers officially kicked off the 2017 season when the
The Steelers celebrated their 52nd Training Camp at Saint team reported to training camp on July 27 at Sant Vincent Col-
Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., lege in Latrobe, Pa.
this summer. The team’s 2017 training camp included 16 practices open to
Pittsburgh has called Saint Vin- the public - including the annual night practice at Latrobe Memorial
cent College its “summer home” Stadium (Aug. 4) and the first practice open to the public at Heinz
since 1966. Field (Aug. 6).
Through their first three de- The innagural Steelers Charity Walk benefitted the Chuck Noll
cades in the NFL, the Steelers Foundation for Brain Injury Research, led by honorary co-chairs
held their training camps at a Joe Green and Garrett Webster, took place on July 29.
variety of locations, as far east as The team’s first open practice to the public at Heinz Field on
New England and as far west as Aug. 6 included numerous activities on Pittsburgh’s North Shore.
Wisconsin. In 1966, for the third
straight summer, training camp for 2017 SCHEDULE NOTES
the Steelers was at the University
of Rhode Island. The Steelers are slated to appear in five nationally televised
The team was there through the primetime games, during the NFL’s 2017 regular season, and on
first four weeks of a five-game preseason schedule. Then, after Christmas Day, this season.
a loss in Green Bay to Vince Lombardi’s Packers, Coach Bill Pittsburgh will open up its 2017 regular-season schedule at
Austin wanted the team closer to Pittsburgh because the 1966 the Cleveland Browns in Week 1 on Sunday, Sept. 10 (CBS, 1
regular season was due to open with a home game against the p.m.). The Steelers will host the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2
New York Giants on Sept. 11. on Sunday, Sept. 17 for its 2017 regular-season home opener
With no practice fields of their own at the time, the Steelers at Heinz Field (FOX, 1 p.m.).
turned to Saint Vincent College. The team arrived in Latrobe on The Steelers’ five nationally televised primetime games are
Aug. 29 and spent a couple of weeks on campus going through scheduled in a span of seven weeks, including three at Heinz
final preparations for the 1966 regular season. Field.
In 1967, the Steelers conducted their entire training camp at Pittsburgh’s three home nationally televised primetime games
Saint Vincent College. in 2017 consist of hosting the Tennessee Titans in Week 11 on
Thursday Night Football (NBC, 8:25 p.m.) on Nov. 16, the Green
CAMPING OUT Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football on Nov. 26 in Week 12
(NBC, 8:30 p.m.) and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night
The Steelers concluded their 52nd consecutive year of pre- Football in Week 14 on Dec. 10 (NBC, 8:30 p.m.).
season training camp at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa. The Steelers’ two other primetime matchups in 2017 will occur
Pittsburgh’s 52-year tenure at the college is tied with the on the road in Weeks 8 and 13. The team will travel to face the
Minnesota Vikings (Mankato, Minn.), for second in the NFL for Detroit Lions in Week 8 (Oct. 29) for a Sunday Night Football tilt
training camp longevity. (NBC, 8:30 p.m.), and at the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13 (Dec.
Only the Green Pay Packers, who have held their preseason 4) for a Monday Night Football game (ESPN, 8:30 p.m.)
camp at St. Norbert College in DePere, Wisc., have maintained For the second consecutive year, and for the second time in
a longer summer home for 60 years. franchise history, the Steelers will play on Christmas Day. Pitts-
burgh will travel to Houston for a Monday, Dec. 25 matchup at
NFL TRAINING CAMP SITE LONGEVITY the Texans (NBC, 4:30 p.m.).
Rk. TEAM CAMP SITE YEARS The Steelers’ bye week will be on Nov. 5 (Week 9).
1. Green Bay Saint Norbert College 60
T2. Pittsburgh Saint Vincent College 52 STEELERS HALL OF HONOR
Minnesota Minnesota State, Mankato 52
The Steelers have announced plans for a Hall of Honor, it
STEELERS IN THE PRESEASON was announced on Aug. 1. The Hall of Honor will induct former
players, coaches, and front office personnel who were integral
124-113-1 in creating and sustaining the franchise’s success dating back to
when the team was founded in 1933.
The Hall of Honor’s Inaugural Class will be announced on
Pittsburgh owns a 124-113-1 all-time record in the presea-
Tuesday, Aug. 29. The formal induction ceremony will take place
son.
during Alumni Weekend (Nov. 25-26), and the inaugural class will
be introduced during halftime of the Steelers game vs. the Green
@SteelersPRDept Bay Packers on Nov. 26.
Each inductee will receive a replica of a solid steel football,
The Steelers Communications Department has which will replicate the original that was given to Steelers’ founder
created a Twitter account – @SteelersPRDept – for Art Rooney Sr. by the United States Steel Corporation and United
media to follow for news and information relating to Steel Workers in 1982 on the occasion of the team’s 50th Season.
the team. The department’s Twitter account is the They will be part of a display to be located inside the FedEx Great
the primary platform for how the team disseminates Hall at Heinz Field.
news and information including press releases,
media advisories, practice and media availability
times and more.
STEELERS 2017 DRAFT CLASS 2016 BY THE NUMBERS
1st
CB Artie Burns made his first career start in Week Nine at
LB T.J. Watt (1st round, 30th overall): Played collegiately at Baltimore and posted the first interception of his NFL career.
the University of Wisconsin...appeared in 27 games, making 14
starts, over a two-year span...recorded 70 tackles, including 17 3
stops for losses and 11.5 sacks in his career. WR Antonio Brown set a single-game career-high with three
touchdown receptions in Week 12 at Indianapolis to become
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (2nd round, 62nd overall): Played the 13th player (14th occasion) in Steelers history with a three-
collegiately at the University of Southern California...totaled 213 plus touchdown catch game.
catches for 3,092 yards with 25 touchdown catches in 40 games
played (39 starts).
8.0
CB Cameron Sutton (3rd round, 94th overall): Started all 45 The Steelers recorded eight sacks in Week 11 at Cleveland in
games in his Tennessee career, notching 127 tackles, 13.0 tackles 2016 - the team’s most since eight on December 24, 2005 at
for losses, seven interceptions, three forced fumbles and three Cleveland.
fumble recoveries...his 30 career pass breakups are a school re-
cord...also returned 45 punts for 657 yards with three touchdowns. 12
The number of touchdown catches WR Antonio Brown had
RB James Conner (3rd round, 105th overall): Finished his Uni- in 2016 - the tied as the second-most in a season in Steelers
versity of Pittsburgh career second on the school’s all-time charts history and the second-most in his NFL career behind his team
for rushing yards (3,733), total touchdowns (56) and rushing record of 13 in 2014.
touchdowns (52) charts, while setting Atlantic Coast Conference
records in total touchdowns and rushing touchdowns. 20.7
WR Sammie Coates ranked second in the NFL with a 20.7
QB Joshua Dobbs (4th round, 135th overall): Compiled a 23-12 yards per catch average (21-435, minimum 20 receptions) in
record as a starting quarterback at the University of Tennessee, 2016.
including 3-0 in Bowl games...his collegiate numbers include
9,360 yards of total offense (7,138 passing, 2,160 rushing and 62 21
receiving), while setting school records for career rushing yards by The Steelers limited opponents to 21 sacks in 2016 - the
a quarterback, career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (32) second-fewest allowed on the season (Oakland: 18).
and single-season rushing scores by a quarterback (12 in 2016).
79.5
DB Brian Allen (5th round, 173rd overall): Appeared in 42 LB James Harrison increased his sack total with the Steelers
games at the University of Utah, making 12 starts, and tallied to 79.5 in Week 13 of 2016 - the most by a Pittsburgh defender
62 tackles (44 solo), 14 passes defensed and five interceptions. since the statistic became official in 1982.
LS Colin Holba (6th round, 213th overall): Handled all of the
long-snapping duties on a full-time basis in each of the previous 600
two seasons at the University of Louisville. WR Antonio Brown set an NFL record for the fewest games
played to reach 600 receptions, setting the mark during Week
LB Keion Adams (7th round, 248th overall): At Western Mich- 11’s game at Cleveland in 2016, his 96th game.
igan University, played in 50 games, posting 124 tackles, 32
stops for losses, 14.5 sacks, five forced fumbles and two fumble 1,268-1,884
recoveries. RB Le’Veon Bell ranked fifth in the NFL with 1,268 rushing
yards and third with 1,884 yards from scrimmage in 2016.
STEELERS PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
5,000
Tyson Alualu......................... (Ah-loo ah-loo) RB Le’Veon Bell eclipsed 5,000 yards from scrimmage in his
Le’Veon Bell ......................... (Lay-vee-on) NFL career during Week 11’s game at Cleveland in 2016 - his
42nd career game - setting a Steelers record for the fewest
Anthony Chickillo ................. (Chick-il-oh) games played to reach the milestone.
Greg Ducre .......................... (Do-cree)
Matt Feiler ............................ (Fy-ler)
Ramon Foster ...................... (Ruh-moan)
Javon Hargrave.................... (Jay-von)
Farrington Huguenin ............ (HUEG-in-in)
Tyler Matakevich .................. (Matt-uh-kev-ich)
Phazahn Odom .................... (Fay-zawn)
Ben Roethlisberger .............. (Roth-lis-ber-ger)
Ryan Shazier ....................... (Shay-zier)
Fitzgerald Toussaint ............. (Too-saunt)
Stephon Tuitt ........................ (Steff-on Too-it)
STEELERS-COLTS HISTORY THE LAST TIME VS. INDIANAPOLIS
Series History: Series began in 1957
Overall Regular Season: Steelers lead, 17-6 Pittsburgh 28, Indianapolis 7
At Pittsburgh: Steelers lead, 11-2 November 24, 2016
At Indianapolis: Steelers lead, 6-4 Lucas Oil Stadium (66,583)
Neutral Sites: N/A
Streak: Steelers won previous four meetings INDIANAPOLIS - QB Ben Roethlisberger threw three
Last Regular-Season Meeting: Nov. 24, 2016, in Indianapolis touchdown passes, all to WR Antonio Brown, to lift the Steelers
Pittsburgh 28, Indianapolis 7 to a 28-7 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Thanksgiving.
Postseason Series: Steelers lead, 5-0 Pittsburgh took an 7-0 lead on a five-yard touchdown run by RB
Last Postseason Meeting: Jan. 15, 2006 in Indianapolis Le’Veon Bell on the Steelers’ first drive of the game. Late in the
Pittsburgh 21, Indianapolis 18 first quarter, Roethlisberger and Brown connected on a 25-yard
(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record) touchdown to give the Steelers a 14-0 advantage.
The Colts’ lone points of the game came on a five-yard pass
Pittsburgh and the Indianapolis Colts will meet for the third time in from QB Scott Tolzien to WR Donte Moncrief early in the second
preseason action since 2000...the two teams met in Mexico quarter. On the Steelers’ ensuing drive, Roethlisberger threw a
City in the 2000 preseason (L, 24-23) and most recently in 2012 33-yard touchdown to Brown. The Steelers led 21-7 at halftime.
when the Steelers defeated the Colts 26-24 at Heinz Field. Pittsburgh’s defense picked off Tolzien twice in the fourth
quarter, one interception from S Mike Mitchell and another from
2016 FINAL TEAM STATS CB William Gay. Roethlisberger’s 22-yard touchdown to Brown
late in the fourth quarter sealed the victory for Pittsburgh.
Steelers Category Colts
24.9..................................... Points Scored Per Game ...............................25.7
20.4..................................... Points Allowed Per Game ..............................24.5
21.0....................................... First Downs Per Game.................................21.9
372.6......................................Total Yards Per Game ...............................364.4
109.5................................... Rushing Yards Per Game ............................101.8
301.6................................... Passing Yards Per Game.............................262.6
33.....................................................Sacks By ..............................................33
11 ............................................... Interceptions By ...........................................8 GAME SUMMARY
32:24....................................Avg. Time of Possession .............................30:39
49.................................................. Touchdowns ............................................47 STEELERS (6-5) 14 7 0 7 28
10........................................... Rushing Touchdowns .....................................13
33........................................... Passing Touchdowns .....................................32 Colts (5-6) 0 7 0 0 7
6........................................... Touchdowns on Returns ....................................2
24-28 ............................................. Field Goals........................................27-31
44.9............................................... Punting Avg. .........................................48.4 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
10.0............................................Punt Return Avg. .......................................8.3 PIT 1 9:10 Bell 5 yd. run (Boswell kick) 7-52; 4:19 7-0
21.7.......................................... Kickoff Return Avg.....................................25.1 PIT 1 1:06 Brown 25 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 7-58; 3:02 14-0
IND 2 13:02 Moncrief 5 yd. pass from Tolzien (Vinatieri kick) 6-47; 3:04 14-7

2017 PRESEASON AFCN STANDINGS


PIT 2 9:00 Brown 33 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 7-75; 4:02 21-7
PIT 4 5:30 Brown 22 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 4-64; 2:21 28-7

2017 Preseason AFC North Standings


W L T Pct. Pts. Opp.
Pittsburgh 2 0 0 1.000 37 25
Baltimore 2 0 0 1.000 54 10
Cleveland 2 0 0 1.000 30 20
Cincinnati 1 1 0 .500 35 42
This Week in the AFC North:
Saturday, Aug. 26:
Baltimore (2-0) vs. Buffalo (0-2), 7 p.m.
Pittsburgh (2-0) vs. Indianapolis (0-2, 7:30 p.m. KDKA-TV, Channel 2 TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Cleveland (2-0) at Tampa Bay (1-1), 7:30 p.m.
Steelers Colts RUSHING: Pit. – Bell 23-120, 1 TD;
Sunday, Aug. 27: 1st Downs 16 (8-8-0) 18 (4-13-1) Toussaint 6-28. Ind. – Todman 3-37;
Cincinnati (1-1) at Washington (0-2), 4:30 p.m. 3rd Downs 7-11 (64%) 8-15 (53%) Gore 15-28; Turbin 2-20; Tolzien 3-6.
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 2-4 (50%) PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger
Total Net Yards 369 310 20-14-0, 221, 3 TDs; Jones 1-0-0,
Plays-Avg. 50-7.4 63-4.9 0. Ind. – Tolzien 36-22-2, 205, 1 TD;
Rushing Yards 148 91 McAfee 1-1-0, 35.
Rush Att.-Avg. 29-5.1 23-4.0 RECEIVING: Pit. – Brown 5-91, 3
Net Passing 221 219
TDs; Bell 4-22; Green 2-67; Rogers
Att.-Comp.-Int. 21-14-0 37-23-2
2-36; Hamilton 1-5. Ind. – Moncrief
Sacks By 3-21 0-0
6-45, 1 TD; Allen 5-49; Hilton 3-54;
Punts-Avg. 4-44.3 2-46.0
Dorsett 3-31; Doyle 2-25; Turbin 2-(-
Penalties 7-67 2-10
2); Swoope 1-35; Gore 1-3.
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 1-0
Time of Poss. 28:15 31:45
STEELERS-COLTS CONNECTIONS STEELERS-COLTS CONNECTIONS

Steelers in Bold; Colts in Bold Italic Steelers in Bold; Colts in Bold Italic
Former Steelers/Colts College Connections
 Steelers WR Darrius Heyward-Bey played one season  Steelers G David DeCastro played for two seasons
(2010-11) at Stanford under Colts HC Chuck Pagano.
(2013) in Indianapolis.
 DeCastro was teammates with Colts QB Andrew
Luck (2009-11) at Stanford.
Area Connections
 Pittsburgh CB Artie Burns and LB Anthony Chickillo
 Steelers WRs Antonio Brown and Eli Rogers, along with were teammates with Indianapolis WR Phillip Dorsett
CB Artie Burns and DE Stephon Tuitt are all from Miami, and Colts TE Erik Swoope at Miami (Fla.).
Fla, where Colts WR T.Y. Hilton is from along with WR  Pittsburgh DE Stephon Tuitt shared a locker room
Kamar Aiken, QB Stephen Morris and LB Sean Spence. with Indianapolis S Matthias Farley at Notre Dame
 Colts TE coach Jim Hostler is native of Bethel Park, Pa., (2011-13).
and is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania.  Steelers WR Cobi Hamilton and Colts CB Tevin
 Hostler was also on staff at IUP from 1990-92 and again Mitchel were teammates at Arkansas (2011-12)
from 1994-98.  Steelers WR DeMarcus Ayers and Colts S Lee
 Steelers LB Ryan Shazier and OT Marcus Gilbert are from Hightower were teammates at Houston (2014-15).
 While at Mississippi, Steelers CB Mike Hilton and
Fort Lauderdale, Fla., along with Colts WRs JoJO Natson
CB Senquez Golson were teammates with Colts WR
and Phillip Dorsett. Donte Moncrief, and T Fahn Cooper (2012-13).
 Colts WR Marvin Bracy and Steelers RB Brandon Brown-
Dukes hail from Orlando, Fla.
 Colts head athletic trainer Dave Hammer was born in
Pittsburgh, Pa.
 Colts S Malik Hooker is from New Castle, Pa.
 Colts LB Luke Rhodes is from Hollidaysburg, Pa. PIT-IND SERIES HIGHS
 Indianapolis DB coach Greg Williams was the secondary
defensive GA for the University of Pittsburgh in 2008. Passing Yards
 Colts east regional scout Chad Henry was a student asst. Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 522 10/26/2014*
for the Penn State football team from 1991-93, before Colts Andrew Luck 400 10/26/2014
transferring to Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP)
where he held the same role and graduated in 1994. Henry Rushing Yards
also received his master’s from IUP in 1996 and currently Steelers Barry Foster 179 9/18/1994
resides Pittsburgh. Colts Edgerrin James 124 11/28/2005
 Colts Assistant OL coach Joe Gilbert was the assistant
OL coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Receiving Yards
Pennsylvania from 1989-1990. Steelers Louis Lipps 154 9/8/1985
Colts T.Y. Hilton 155 10/26/2014
NFL Connections
 Pittsburgh WR coach Richard Mann coached four seasons * - Denotes Steelers single-game record
(2006-09) with Colts offensive asst./asst. QB coach Tim
Berbenich in Tampa Bay.
 Mann also worked in Kansas City with Colts TE coach Jim
Hostler for one season (2000).
 Steelers OL coach Mike Munchak was the HC in Tennessee
from 2011-13 when Colts OLB Akeem Ayers was a Titan.
 Munchak also coached Colts OLB Lavar Edwards in
Tennessee during the 2013 season.
THE STEELERS IN 2016 STEELERS AWARDS IN 2016

Regular Post QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER


Season Season • 2017 Pro Bowl Selection
Overall: 11-5 2-1 • Week 4 AFC Offensive Player of the Week
At Home: 6-2 1-0 • Week 5 FedEx Air Player of the Week
On the Road: 5-3 1-1
Neutral: 0-0 0-0
RB Le’VEON BELL
By Month:
• 2017 Pro Bowl Selection
September 2-1 0-0 • Associated Press Second-Team All-Pro
October 2-2 0-0 • Pro Football Writers of America All-AFC Team
November 2-2 0-0 • AFC Offensive Player of the Month (December/January)
December 4-0 0-0 • Week 14 AFC Offensive Player of the Week
January 1-0 2-1 • Week 14 FedEx Ground Player of the Week

vs. AFC: 9-3 2-1 WR ANTONIO BROWN


vs. AFC North 5-1 0-0 • 2017 Pro Bowl Selection
vs. AFC East 2-2 1-1
• Associated Press First-Team All-Pro
vs. AFC South 1-0 0-0
vs. AFC West 1-0 1-0
• Pro Football Writers of America All-NFL Team
• Pro Football Writers of America All-AFC Team
vs. NFC: 2-2 0-0
vs. NFC East 2-2 0-0 C MAURKICE POUNCEY
vs. NFC North 0-0 0-0 • 2017 Pro Bowl Selection
vs. NFC South 0-0 0-0
vs. NFC West 0-0 0-0 G DAVID DeCASTRO
• 2017 Pro Bowl Selection
When: • Associated Press Second-Team All-Pro
When Scoring First: 7-1 2-0
When Opponent Scored First: 4-4 0-1
When Scoring 20 or More Points: 9-1 1-0
LB RYAN SHAZIER
When Scoring Less Than 20 Points: 0-4 1-1 • 2017 Pro Bowl Alternate
When Leading after the first quarter: 8-2 1-0
When Trailing after the first quarter: 3-3 1-1 DE STEPHON TUITT
When Tied after the first quarter: 0-0 0-0 • Week 11 AFC Defensive Player of the Week
When Leading at the Half: 9-1 2-0
When Trailing at the Half: 2-4 0-1
When Tied at the Half: 0-0 0-0
When Leading after three quarters: 8-0 2-0
When Trailing after three quarters: 3-5 0-1
When Tied after three quarters: 0-0 0-0
When Outrushing the Opponent: 8-0 2-0
With 35 or More Rushing Attempts: 2-0 1-0
With Less Than 25 Passing Attempts: 0-0 1-0
When Led in Time of Possession: 7-1 1-0
When Trailed in Time of Possession: 4-4 1-1

On Turf: 3-0 0-0


On Grass: 8-5 2-1

When led in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 7-2 2-0


When even in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 1-0 0-0
When trailed in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 3-3 0-1
With an Individual 100-Yard Rusher: 0-0 0-0
With an Individual 300-Yard Passer: 0-0 0-0
With an Individual 100-Yard Receiver: 0-0 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Rusher: 0-0 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 300-Yard Passer: 0-0 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Receiver: 0-0 0-0

When winning the coin toss: 0-0 0-0


When losing the coin toss: 0-0 0-0
When playing outdoors: 0-0 0-0
When playing indoors: 0-0 0-0
In overtime games: 0-0 0-0
TOMLIN AMONG THE BEST TOMLIN AT HOME
Since being named named head coach of the Steelers Mike Tomlin has guided the Steelers to a 59-21 career regular-
in 2007, Mike Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to 103 victories in season record at Heinz Field, including a 6-2 mark at home in
the regular season - the third-most wins in the NFL during that 2016.
time span: Tomlin earned his 50th regular season home win in Week Nine
in 2015 vs. Oakland and joined Chuck Noll (119) and Bill Cowher
NFL TEAM RECORDS: 2007-CURRENT (85) as the third head coach in Steelers history with 50 regular
TEAM RECORD PLAYOFF APP. SUPER BOWL APP. season home victories.
New England 126-34 9* 4
Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to at least five home wins in each of
Green Bay 106-53-1 9* 1
Pittsburgh 103-57 7* 2 his first 10 seasons as the team’s head coach and six home wins
Indianapolis 100-60 7 1 in seven of his 10 at the helm.
Denver 94-66 5 1 His 59-21 (.738) mark at home and his 59 home wins are the
Dallas 92-68 4* 0 third best in the NFL since 2007:
New Orleans 91-69 4 1
Baltimore 90-70 6 1 HOME GAME RECORDS: 2007-CURRENT
*Includes 2016 postseason Team W L T Pct.
New England 70 10 0 .875
Tomlin’s .644 winning percentage is the fourth-best regular Green Bay 62 17 1 .781
season winning mark among active NFL head coaches (min. 50 Pittsburgh 59 21 0 .738
games): Baltimore 58 22 0 .725
Seattle 56 24 0 .700
ACTIVE HEAD COACH WINNING PCT (MIN. 50 GAMES)
COACH W L T Win Pct. TOMLIN IN THE DIVISION
Bill Belichick (Cle 1991-95, NE 2000-pres.) 237 115 0 .673
Mike McCarthy (GB 2006-pres.) 114 61 1 .651
Mike Tomlin owns a 41-19 all-time record against teams in the
Bruce Arians (Ari 2013-pres.) 41 22 1 .648
Mike Tomlin (Pit 2007-pres.) 103 57 0 .644
AFC North since becoming the Steelers’ head coach in 2007.
Chuck Pagano (Ind 2012-pres.) 49 31 0 .613 His 41 regular-season wins against division opponents are the
John Harbaugh (Bal 2008-pres.) 85 59 0 .590 most of any AFC North team since 2007:

FEWEST TO 60 AFC NORTH INTER-DIVISION GAME RECORDS


SINCE 2007
TEAM W L T Win Pct.
Mike Tomlin reached 60 regular-season wins in 88 games, Pittsburgh Steelers 41 19 0 .683
tying Chuck Knox (88) for the fourth-fewest games to reach 60 Baltimore Ravens 35 25 0 .583
career victories among coaches who began their career since Cincinnati Bengals 31 29 0 .517
1970: Cleveland Browns 13 47 0 .217

FEWEST GAMES COACHED TO 60 WINS He owns an impressive 23-7 record against divisional foes at
COACH TEAM(S)^ NO. OF GAMES Heinz Field during the regular season:
George Seifert San Francisco 75
Joe Gibbs Washington 84
AFC NORTH INTER-DIVISION HOME GAME RECORDS
Mike Ditka Chicago 85
Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh 88 SINCE 2007
Chuck Knox L.A. Rams, Buffalo 88 TEAM W L T Win Pct.
Bill Cowher Pittsburgh 90 Pittsburgh Steelers 23 7 0 .767
Andy Reid Philadelphia 90 Baltimore Ravens 21 9 0 .800
^ Through first 60 wins Cincinnati Bengals 17 13 0 .567
Cleveland Browns 9 21 0 .300

TOMLIN VS. NFC Tomlin has won at least four games against division opponents
in six of his 10 seasons as the team’s head coach.
During his career, Mike Tomlin’s regular-season record against
the NFC is 26-14, including 15-5 at home.
The Steelers’ .650 regular-season winning percentage against
PRIMETIME SPECIALIST
the NFC since 2007 is second-best among AFC teams:
Since the 2011 season, the Steelers have played in 28 primetime
games, including a Week One Monday Night Football game
AFC RECORDS VS. NFC: 2007-CURRENT
at the Washington Redskins to kickoff the 2016 season
Team W L T Pct.
New England 31 9 0 .775 (W, 38-16), a Week Four Sunday Night Football tilt at Heinz Field
Pittsburgh 26 14 0 .650 vs. Kansas City (W, 43-14) and a Week 12 Thursday Night game
Denver 25 15 0 .625 on Thanksgiving Day at the Indianapolis Colts (W, 28-7).
Baltimore 24 16 0 .600 Mike Tomlin, the 10th-year head coach, has guided Pittsburgh to a
Indianapolis 24 16 0 .600 30-16 overall record in regular-season primetime games.
He is 10-2 on Monday Night Football, 14-8 on Sunday Night Football
Including the postseason Tomlin has a .643 winning percentage and 6-6 on Thursday Night Football.
(27-15) against the NFC during his first 10 years, which ranks
first among Steelers’ head coaches.
TOMLIN IN 10 TOMLIN’S 100TH IN 10
In his first 10 seasons as the head coach of the Steelers, Mike Tomlin became the third head coach in Steelers history
Mike Tomlin has an extensive list of accomplishments. to record 100 regular season wins in Week 14 of 2016, with the
Tomlin earned his 100th regular-season victrory in Week 14 of team’s 27-20 victory at Buffalo.
2016 at Buffalo in his 157th career regular-season games to mark He joined Chuck Noll (1969-91: 193) and Bill Cowher (1992-2006:
the fewest games by a Steelers head coach to reach the century 149) in the team’s 100-win club to make the Steelers the
mark in the win column (Chuck Noll: 158 and Bill Cowher: 163). first NFL franchise with three 100-win head coaches.
His 103 wins in his first 10 seasons are the most wins in team Tomlin’s 100th win occurred in his 10th season with the Steelers,
history for any coach in his first 10 campaigns and his two Super becoming the first Pittsburgh head coach to reach 100 wins in his first
Bowl appearances are second-most for the franchise for a coach 10 years (Bill Cowher: 1992-2001: 99 and Chuck Noll: 1976-78: 88).
in his first 10 seasons. Tomlin also joined an elite head coach fraternity in NFL
Tomlin’s seven postseason berths are tied as the most in a history by reaching 100 wins in his 10th season:
coach’s first 10 seasons with the Steelers and his five division
titles are third-most. • He is the ninth head coach in NFL history to win 100 games
Below is a look at where Tomlin ranks among Steelers’ coaches in his first 10 seasons with one franchise, joining Bill Belichick
in their first 10 seasons: (New England), Mike Ditka (Chicago), Joe Gibbs (Wash-
ington), John Madden (Oakland), Mike McCarthy (Green
Bay), Marty Schottenheimer (Kansas City), Mike Shanahan
STEELERS HEAD COACHES IN THEIR 10th YEAR
HEAD COACH RECORD (Denver) and Don Shula (Miami).
Mike Tomlin (2007-current)
Chuck Noll (1969-1991)
103-57 (.644) (2007-current)
88-53-1 (.623) (1969-1978) TOMLIN GOING FOR TWO
Bill Cowher (1992-2006) 99-61 (.619) (1992-2001)
Pittsburgh converted three of their nine two-point attempts in
HEAD COACH SUPER BOWL APP. SUPER BOWL WINS 2016, their first two conversions both coming in the first quarter
Chuck Noll 3 (1974, ‘75, ‘78) 3 (1974, ‘75, ‘78) of games (Oct. 2 vs. Kansas City and Oct. 16 at Miami).
Mike Tomlin 2 (2008, ’10) 1 (2008) The Steelers converted 8-of-11 two-point attempts in 2015.
Bill Cowher 1 (1995) Their eight succesful two-point conversions set a new NFL record
in a single-season.
HEAD COACH PLAYOFF APPEARENCES Below is a look at the number of two-point conversions and
Bill Cowher 7 (1992-97, 2001)
attempts since Mike Tomlin became the team’s head coach in
Chuck Noll 7 (1972-78)
Mike Tomlin 7 (2007, ’08, ’10, ’11, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16)
2007:

HEAD COACH DIVISION TITLES STEELERS TWO-POINT CONVERSION PCT.


Bill Cowher 6 (1992, ’94-’97, 2001) (AFC Central) UNDER MIKE TOMLIN: 2007-CURRENT
Chuck Noll 6 (1972, ’74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78) (AFC Central) YEAR CONV-ATT PCT.
Mike Tomlin 5 (2007, ’08, ’10, ‘14, ‘16) (AFC North) 2007 2-of-2 100%
2008 0-of-1 0%
AMONG COACHES IN FIRST 10 2009 0-of-0 0%
2010 2-of-2 100%
Mike Tomlin earned his 100th regular-season victrory in Week 2011 0-of-0 0%
14 at Buffalo in 2016, and has accumulated a 103-57 regular- 2012 1-of-2 50%
season record in his first 10 seasons as a head coach in NFL 2013 1-of-2 50%
(2007-16). 2014 4-of-4 100%
Tomlin is one of eight head coaches in NFL history with 100 2015 8-of-11 72.7%
or more regular-season wins in their first 10 seasons as a head 2016 3-of-9 33%
coach: TOTALS 21-of-33 63.6%

MOST WINS AMONG NFL HEAD COACHES


IN THEIR FIRST 10 SEASONS AS A HEAD COACH
HEAD COACH YEARS WINS
George Seifert 1989-96, 1999-2000 113
Don Shula 1963-72 105
Mike McCarthy 2006-15 104
Mike Tomlin 2007-16 103
John Madden 1969-78 103
Tony Dungy 1996-2005 102
Mike Ditka 1982-91 101
Joe Gibbs 1981-90 101
HEINZ FIELD ADVANTAGE HEINZ FIELD UNDER THE LIGHTS
The Steelers won six of their eight regular-season home The Steelers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 43-14 on Sunday
games at Heinz Field in 2016, each of their first three and each Night Football at Heinz Field in Week Four in 2016 - the team’s
of their final three at home, including in a 31-27 win vs. Baltimore 29th primetime game at Heinz Field since the stadium opened
for the AFC North title in Week 16 . in 2001.
Pittsburgh has won at least six home games in nine seasons Pittsburgh has won 22 of its 29 home games under the lights
at Heinz Field since the stadium opened in 2001. since 2001.
The Steelers are 93-34-1 (.730) at Heinz Field since the stadium The team’s .759 winning percentage at Heinz Field in primetime
opened in 2001, which is the third-best home game winning games is the second-best and its 22 wins are the fourth most
percentage in the NFL during that time span: since 2001:

BEST HOME RECORD IN THE NFL: BEST REGULAR-SEASON HOME PRIMETIME GAME RECORDS
2001-CURRENT 2001-CURRENT
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
New England Patriots 107-21 .836 Seattle Seahawks 19-5 .792
Pittsburgh Steelers 22-7 .759
Baltimore Ravens 94-34 .734
Green Bay Packers 23-8 .742
Pittsburgh Steelers 93-34-1 .730 New England Patriots 23-8 .742
Green Bay Packers 92-35-1 .723 Baltimore Ravens 16-6 .727
Seattle Seahawks 91-37 .711
WINNING ERA OF FREE AGENCY
The Steelers are tied for the second best record among AFC
teams in home games since the 2001 season in interconference Pittsburgh owns the third-best regular-season record in the NFL
games: since the free-agency era (since 1993) with a 241-142-1 (.629)
record.
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE AFC vs. AFC: The Steelers are one of three teams (New England: 260 and
2001-CURRENT Green Bay: 245) to record at least 240 regular season wins since
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. 1993.
New England Patriots 82-14 .854 The following is a look at the best regular-season records in
Pittsburgh Steelers 68-28 .708 the free agency era (since 1993):
Baltimore Ravens 68-28 .708
Indianapolis Colts 68-28 .708 BEST REGULAR-SEASON RECORDS IN THE FREE AGENCY ERA
1993-CURRENT
Denver Broncos 64-32 .667
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
New England Patriots 260-124 .677
Pittsburgh’s 25-6-1 record at home against NFC opponents Green Bay Packers 245-138-1 .639
since opening Heinz Field in 2001 is the second best in the AFC: Pittsburgh Steelers 241-142-1 .629
Denver Broncos 233-151 .607
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE AFC vs. NFC: Indianapolis Colts 225-159 .586

ACTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS


2001-CURRENT
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
Baltimore Ravens 26-6 .813
Pittsburgh Steelers 25-6-1 .797 The Steelers have finished with an 8-8 (.500) mark or better in
New England Patriots 25-7 .781 each of the previous 13 seasons, dating back to 2004.
Denver Broncos 23-9 .719 Pittsburgh’s 13-season streak of a .500 winning mark or better
Cincinnati Bengals 20-9-3 .672 is the second-longest active in the NFL, and is tied as the team’s
record for most consecutive non-losing seasons (1972-1984):
WINNING AT LEAST 4 AT HOME MOST CONSECUTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS:
The Steelers have won at least four home games in each of ACTIVE STREAKS
the previous 17 seasons (since 2000), marking the longest active TEAM STREAK YEARS
streak in the NFL: New England Patriots 16 2001-16
Pittsburgh Steelers 13 2004-16
MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH AT LEAST Green Bay Packers 8 2009-16
FOUR HOME WINS - ACTIVE STREAK Denver Broncos 6 2011-16
TEAM CONSECUTIVE SEASONS
Pittsburgh Steelers 17 (2000-16)
New England Patriots 16 (2001-16)
Arizona Cardinals 10 (2007-16)
Green Bay Packers 10 (2007-16)

HOME NUMBER TO NOTE


262-101-1
The Steelers own the best home record in the NFL with a
262-101-1 record (.721) since 1970.
BEN IN 2016 CONTROLLING THE NORTH
QB Ben Roethlisberger registered 3,819 passing yards in QB Ben Roethlisberger is 49-17 (.742) as a starter against
2016, completing 328-of-509 passes with 29 touchdown passes AFC North opponents during his career and led the Steelers to the
and 13 interceptions for a passer rating of 95.4 His 3,819 passing best divisional record during the 2013 and 2014 regular seasons
yards rank as the sixth-most of his NFL career and on the Steelers’ (4-2) and in 2016 (4-1).
single-season yardage chart, while his 29 touchdown passes are Since 2010, Roethlisberger is 25-10 against divisional foes
third-best behind his single-season franchise record of 32 (2007 during the regular season.
and 2014). Roethlisberger has finished with a .500 or above record against
Below is a look at where Roethlisberger finished in the NFL in AFC North opponents during the regular season in 12 of his
2016: 13 NFL seasons, including winning at least five games in four
• 3-Touchdown Games: 7 (T-3rd) campaigns:
• Touchdowns Per Attempt Percent: 5.7 (T-5th)
• Passing Touchdowns: 29 (6th) ROETHLISBERGER RECORD VS. AFC NORTH AS A
• Pass Plays of 25-Plus Yards: 33 (8th) STARTER
SEASON RECORD
• 300-Yard Games: 4 (T-10th) 2008 6-0
2004 5-0
Roethlisberger threw for 300 yards on 27 completions and three 2010 5-0
touchdowns with an interception for a passer rating of 112.4 in 2007 5-0
2016 4-1
the team’s Week One 38-16 win on Monday Night Football at 2014 4-2
Washington. The win gave him his 50th career road win as a 2013 4-2
starter and he joined Tom Brady (75) and Drew Brees (57) as 2011 4-2
2005 3-1
the only active quarterbacks with at least 50 road wins. 2012 2-1
In Week Four on Sunday Night Football, Roethlisberger notched 2006 3-3
his fifth career regular-season game with at least five touchdown 2015 2-2
passes - becoming the sixth player in NFL history to accomplish 2009 2-3
the feat - completing 22-of-27 passes for 300 yards for a passer
rating of 152.5. In his 66 career starts versus division opponents, Roethlisberger
Roethlisberger threw four touchdowns while completing 34-of- has posted a perfect passer rating once (11/5/07 vs. Baltimore)
47 attempts for 380 yards for a passer rating of 124.4 in Week and has recorded a passer rating of over 100.0 a total of 23 times,
Five vs. New York at Heinz field. including a 102.7 rating in the team’s 2015 regular-season finale
In Week 10’s game, Roethlisberger threw for 408 yards - his at Cleveland.
ninth career 400-yard game - while completing 37-of-46 passes The following is a look at his statistics against the AFC North
with three touchdowns and zero interceptions for a passer rating of in his 66 games as a starter:
125.4. During the game, he reached the 45,000 yardage marker,
in his 179th career game, the fifth-fewest to the milestone, and ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS VS. AFC NORTH
CATEGORY STATISTIC
surpasses Warren Moon (290) for the 10th-most touchdown Record ..............................................................49-17
passes in NFL history. Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) .................65.3 (1,346-2,061)
Roethlisberger completed 14-of-20 passes for 221 yards with Passing Yards ................................................. 15,519
Passing Touchdowns.......................................... 95
three touchdowns and zero interceptions for a passer rating of Interceptions ....................................................... 62
146.0 in Week 12’s 28-7 win at Indianapolis. Passer Rating .................................................... 90.7
He led the Steelers to a fourth quarter comeback for the 35th
time in his regular-season career against Baltimore on Christmas Also, the following is a look at Roethlisberger’s career statistics
Day (31-27) to secure the team an AFC North title, completing against AFC North opponents as a starter at home compared to
24-of-33 passes for 279 yards with three touchdowns and two the road:
interceptions for a passer rating of 103.0.
ROETHLISBERGER VS. AFC NORTH AT HOME AND AWAY
BEN FINDING THE END ZONE Statistic Home vs. AFC North Away vs. AFC North
Record ................................................................. 26-7 .......................... 23-10
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) .............. 62.4 (611-980) .........62.0 (665-1,081)
QB Ben Roethlisberger threw 29 touchdown passes in 2016 Passing Yards ................................................... 7,850 .......................... 7,649
- the sixth season of his NFL career reaching the 25 scoring toss Passing Touchdowns.............................................. 56 ............................... 39
mark - and finished sixth in the NFL in the category: Interceptions ........................................................... 36 ............................... 26
Passer Rating ...................................................... 91.2 ............................ 84.8

Rk.
NFL PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS - 2016
PLAYER, TEAM TDS
FEELING AT HOME IN OHIO
1. Aaron Rodgers, GB 40 QB Ben Roethlisberger is from Cory Rawson, Ohio, and
2. Matt Ryan, ATL 38 played collegietely at Miami (Ohio), so it is no wonder he feels
3. Drew Brees, NO 37 at home while playing at Cincinnati or Cleveland.
4. Philip Rivers, SD 33 Including the postseason, Roethlisberger is a combined 22-4
5. Andrew Luck, IND 31 playing in games played in Ohio (Paul Brown Stadium: 12-2 and
6. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 29 FirstEnergy Stadium: 10-2).
Below is Roethlisberger’s passing stats for games at Cincinnati
and Cleveland:

ROETHLISBERGER IN GAMES PLAYED IN OHIO


GP Att. Cmp. Pct. Yds. TDs Int Rat.
@ Cin 14 446 294 65.9 3,525 21 9 97.2
@ Cle 12 365 219 60.0 2,635 16 7 88.8
Total 26 811 513 63.3 6,160 37 16 93.4
HOME COOKING STARTING IN STYLE
QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 69-22 (.758) mark in the In his career, QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 123-60 (.672)
regular season in his career as a starter at Heinz Field, including record as a starting quarterback in the regular season - the
winning his first eight starts as a rookie in 2004. third best regular season record in the NFL among all active
Since the start of the 2011 season, the signal caller is 31-10 at quarterbacks (min. 50 starts).
home as a starter. Over that time period, Roethlisberger is one of The following is a look at the top five starting records among
five active quarterbacks to have a passer rating of at least 100.0 active quarterbacks in the NFL (min. 50 starts):
at home during the regular season (105.7).
Below is a breakdown of Roethlisberger’s statistics in his Heinz STARTING RECORDS AMONG ACTIVE QBs
Field career: (Min. 50 Starts)
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM W L T Pct.
ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS AT HEINZ FIELD 1. Tom Brady, NE 183 52 0 .779
CATEGORY STATISTIC
Record ..............................................................69-22
2. Russell Wilson, SEA 56 23 1 .706
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ...............64.5 (1,885-of-2,921) 3. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 123 60 0 .672
Passing Yards ................................................. 23,963 4. Aaron Rodgers, GB 90 45 0 .667
Passing Touchdowns......................................... 173
Interceptions ....................................................... 72
5. Andy Dalton, CIN 56 35 2 .613
Passer Rating .................................................... 99.5
300-plus Yard Games......................................... 28 Roethlisberger earned 117 wins in his first 175 regular-season
Multi-Touchdown Performances ............. 50 (38-11 record)* starts - the second-most by an NFL QB in League history through
*Threw 3 touchdowns in Week 10 of 2015, but did not start
175 starts:
Roethlisberger has thrown at least one touchdown pass in each
NUMBER OF WINS
of his last 44 home games at Heinz Field - the third-longest streak
Rk. PLAYER IN FIRST 175 STARTS
in NFL history and the longest active:
1. Tom Brady 136
CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES 2. Ben Roethlisberger 117
Rk. PLAYER (YEAR) WITH AT LEAST 1 TD PASS T3. Peyton Manning 116
1. Drew Brees (10/18/09-11/27/16) 60 Brett Favre 116
2. Tom Brady (9/14/09-12/14/14) 47 Johnny Unitas
3. Ben Roethlisberger (12/19/10-present) 44
4. Dan Marino (10/9/83-11/14/88) 39 Roethlisberger made his 150th career regular season start
5. Aaron Rodgers (10/5/08-12/2/12) 35 in Week 8 vs. Indianapolis in 2014 to become just the fourth
quarterback in NFL history to record 100 wins in their first 150
FACING THE NFC regular season starts (Tom Brady: 116, Joe Montana: 108, Terry
and Bradshaw: 102).
In 47 career regular-season games against NFC opponents, QB Roethlisberger registered his 90th career win in his 135th career
Ben Roethlisberger has posted a 32-15 record, including winning start, becoming the fifth fastest quarterback who began their
each of his first seven starts against conference members. career in the Super Bowl era to reach 90 wins.
In Week One’s game at Washington in 2016, Roethlisberger His 63-27 record after his first 90 starts in the NFL ranked third
completed 27-of-37 passes for 300 yards with three touchdowns (tied) in league history for the best record in such starts. Only
and an interception for a passer rating of 112.4. He threw for Brady (67-23) and Stabler (66-23-1) had better records in their
289 yards on 24-of-36 passing with two touchdowns and an first 90 starts in the NFL. Roethlisberger’s record is tied with Jim
interception for a 98.0 passer rating in Week 13’s 24-14 win over McMahon.
the New York Giants at Heinz Field.
Below is a look at the quarterback’s numbers in games against THE 45,000 CLUB
NFC opponents:
QB Ben Roethlisberger became the first player in Steelers
ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS VS. THE NFC history to register 45,000 career passing yards in Week 10’s game
CATEGORY STATISTIC vs. Dallas.
Record ..............................................................32-15
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ................ 64.5 (954-of-1,480) Roethlisberger is the 11th quarterback in NFL history to reach
Passing Yards ................................................. 12,126 the mark, the eighth to do so with one team, and the fourth active
Passing Touchdowns.......................................... 73 signal caller with 45,000 passing yards.
Interceptions ....................................................... 34
Passer Rating .................................................... 96.8 Roethlisberger reached the 45,000 yard milestone in his 179th
300-plus Yard Games......................................... 16 regular-season game - the fifth-fewest games to reach the mark
Multi-Touchdown Performances ...............23 (16-7 record) in NFL history:

Roethlisberger’s statistics against the NFC are equally impres- FEWEST GAMES TO REACH
sive in games at Heinz Field. Rk. PLAYER 45,000 PASSING YARDS
In 23 career games against NFC opponents at home, Roethlis- 1. Drew Brees 168
berger has a 18-5 mark while completing 461-of-729 passes (63.2 2. Dan Marino 172
pct.) for 6,169 yards with 41 touchdowns and 13 interceptions for 3. Peyton Manning 174
a passer rating of 101.4. 4. Tom Brady 178
5. Ben Roethlisberger 179
BEN AMONG ACTIVE BESTS BEN AMONG ALL-TIME BESTS
QB Ben Roethlisberger ranks in the top 10 among active QB Ben Roethlisberger ranks in the top 15 in NFL history in
NFL quarterbacks with a 7.89 yards per attempt average (T-3rd), touchdown passes (9th - 301), passing yards (10th - 46,814) and
46,814 passing yards (4th), 3,804 completions (5th), 301 passing pass completions (11th - 3,804) :
touchdowns (5th) and a 94.1 passer rating (7th):
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - NFL HISTORY
NFL ACTIVE PASSING YARDS PER ATTEMPT LEADERS Rk. PLAYER TDS
Rk. PLAYER CMP-ATT YARDS YDS/ATT. 1. Peyton Manning 539
1. Russell Wilson 1,476-2,281 18,193 7.98 2. Brett Favre 508
2. Aaron Rodgers 3,034-4,657 36,827 7.91 3. Drew Brees 465
T3. Ben Roethlisberger 3,804-5,932 46,814 7.89 4. Tom Brady 456
Tony Romo 2,829-4,335 34,183 7.89 5. Dan Marino 420
5. Kirk Cousins 1,025-1,556 12,113 7.78 6. Fran Tarkenton 342
7. Eli Manning 320
NFL ACTIVE PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS 8. Philip Rivers 314
Rk. PLAYER GP CMP-ATT YARDS 9. Ben Roethlisberger 301
1. Drew Brees 233 5,836-8,758 66,111 10. John Elway 300
2. Tom Brady 237 5,244-8,224 61,582
3. Eli Manning 201 4,072-6,825 48,214 MOST PASSING YARDS - NFL HISTORY
4. Ben Roethlisberger 185 3,804-5,932 46,814 Rk. PLAYER PASSING YARDS
5. Philip Rivers 180 3,811-5,917 45,833 1. Peyton Manning 71,940
2. Brett Favre 71,838
NFL ACTIVE PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 3. Drew Brees 66,111
Rk. PLAYER GP TDS 4. Tom Brady 61,582
1. Drew Brees 233 465 5. Dan Marino 61,361
2. Tom Brady 237 456 6. John Elway 51,475
3. Eli Manning 201 320 7. Warren Moon 49,325
4. Philip Rivers 180 314 8. Eli Manning 48,214
5. Ben Roethlisberger 185 301 9. Fran Tarkenton 47,003
10. Ben Roethlisberger 46,814

TOP OF THE STEELERS’ MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - NFL HISTORY


CHARTS Rk. PLAYER COMPLETIONS
1. Brett Favre 6,300
QB Ben Roethlisberger holds nearly all passing records in 2. Peyton Manning 6,125
Pittsburgh Steelers franchise history. 3. Drew Brees 5,836
He became the first player in Steelers history to record 40,000 4. Tom Brady 5,244
passing yards, a feat he reached during Week 8’s game vs. Cin- 5. Dan Marino 4,967
cinnati in 2015. 6. John Elway 4,123
His 46,814 passing yards, 301 passing touchdowns and 3,804 7. Eli Manning 4,072
completions are tops in the team’s record books: 8. Warren Moon 3,988
9. Drew Bledsoe 3,839
STEELERS ALL-TIME PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS 10. Philip Rivers 3,811
Rk. STEELER, YEARS CMP-ATT YARDS 11. Ben Roethlisberger 3,804
1. Ben Roethlisberger, 2004-16 3,804-5,932 46,814
2. Terry Bradshaw, 1970-83 2,025-3,901 27,989
3. Kordell Stewart, 1995-2002 1,190-2,107 13,328
4. Neil O’Donnell, 1991-95 1,069-1,871 12,867
5. Bubby Brister, 1986-92 776-1,477 10,104

STEELERS ALL-TIME PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS


Rk. STEELER GP TDS
1. Ben Roethlisberger 185 301
2. Terry Bradshaw 168 212
3. Kordell Stewart 113 70
4. Neil O’Donnell 66 68
5. Bobby Layne 55 66

STEELERS ALL-TIME PASS COMPLETION LEADERS


Rk. STEELER GP CMP
1. Ben Roethlisberger 185 3,804
2. Terry Bradshaw 168 2,025
3. Kordell Stewart 113 1,190
BEN’S CAREER GAME HITTING 3,000 IN 11 STRAIGHT
QB Ben Roethlisberger set single-game Steelers franchise QB Ben Roethlisberger extended his consecutive seasons
records during Week 8’s 51-34 win over Indianapolis in 2014 of throwing for 3,000 yards to 11 during Week 13’s game vs. the
with 40 pass completions, 522 passing yards and six passing New York Giants in 2016.
touchdowns. He joined Brett Favre (18), Peyton Manning (13), Drew Brees
His 522 passing yards tied as the fourth-most in an NFL game: (13), Eli Manning (12) and Philip Rivers (11) as just the sixth signal
caller in NFL history to have such a streak:
MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME - NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER PASSING YARDS CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 3,000 PASSING YARDS -
1. Norm Van Brocklin, 9/28/1951 554 NFL HISTORY
T2. Matt Schaub, 11/18/2012 527 Rk. QUARTERBACK CONS. YEARS (SEASONS)
Warren Moon, 12/16/1990 527 1. Brett Favre 18 (1992-2009)
T4. Ben Roethlisberger, 10/26/2014 522 T2. Drew Brees 13 (2004-16)
Boomer Esiason, 11/10/1996 522 Peyton Manning 13 (1998-2010)
BEN TO A.B. 4. Eli Manning
T5. Ben Roethlisberger
12 (2005-16)
11 (2006-16)
Philip Rivers 11 (2006-16)
QB Ben Roethlisberger connected with WR Antonio Brown
on their 50th touchdown strike on the game-winning score in
Week 16’s AFC North title game clincher against Baltimore at
15 IN FIRST 13
Heinz Field (31-27) - marking the most touchdown connections
by a tandem in Steelers history: QB Ben Roethlisberger threw four touchdowns in Week Five
vs. New York to increase his 2016 season total to 15. He has now
MOST TOUCHDOWN CONNECTIONS thrown at least 15 touchdown passes in each of his first 13 NFL
STEELERS HISTORY seasons - tying as the longest streak of 15 touchdown campaigns
Rk. PLAYERS TOUCHDOWNS to start an NFL career:
1. Ben Roethlisberger-Antonio Brown 50
2. Terry Bradshaw-Lynn Swann 49 MOST CONSECUTIVE 15-TOUCHDOWN PASS
3. Terry Bradshaw-John Stallworth 44 Rk. PLAYER SEASONS TO START A CAREER
T1. Ben Roethlisberger, 2004-16 13
Peyton Manning, 1998-2010 13
T3. Jim Kelly, 1986-95 10
Dan Marino, 1983-92 10
Fran Tarkenton, 1961-70 10

JONES LEADS STEELERS TO WIN


QB Landry Jones led Pittsburgh to a 27-24 overtime come-
from-behind win in the team’s regular-season Week 17 finale
against the Cleveland Browns as he connected with WR Cobi
Hamilton on the game-winning score in the extra period.
It was the fourth start of his NFL career, completing 24-of-37
passes for 277 yards with three touchdowns and an interception
for a passer rating of 103.1. His three scoring strikes set a single-
game high.
Jones made his first start of 2016 in Week Seven against New
England, finishing 29-of-47 for 281 yards with one touchdown
and one interception, in Week Seven against New England.
He established single-game career highs in completions (29),
attempts (47) and passing yards (281), and set a career high for
passing yards in any half of a game with 179 in the opening half,
surpassing his previous mark of 168 (Oct. 18, 2015 vs. Arizona,
second half).
BEN’S NUMBERS MOVING ON UP
QB Ben Roethlisberger leads the Steelers in nearly all major
1st
career statistics. The following is where Roethlisberger ranks in
Became the first quarterback in NFL history to with 500
Steelers history in several key passing categories:
passing yards in two career games (Week 8 2014 and Week
15 2009). Roethlisberger’s Career Rankings Among Steelers QBs
Category Statistic Rank
Single-Season TD Passes (2007 and 2014)....................... 32 .............. 1st
4 Single-Season Passing Yards (2014) ............................ 4,952 .............. 1st
Roethlisberger is one of four active quarterbacks to throw at Career Passing TDs (regular season) .............................. 301 .............. 1st
Single-Season Completions (2014) .................................. 408 .............. 1st
least 170 touchdowns at home during the regular season. Single-Season Pass Attempts (2014) ............................... 608 .............. 1st
Single-Season Completion Pct. (2015) ............................ 68.0 .............. 1st
Single-Season Passer Rating (2007)............................. 104.1 .............. 1st
8 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-16) ..............................11 .............. 1st
Became the fifth quarterback (eighth occasion) to record at Consecutive 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-16) .........11 .............. 1st
least 20 regular-season wins against one opponent since Single-Game Completion Pct. (11/26/07 vs. Miami) ........ 85.7 .............. 1st
Seasons w/ 250+ Completions (2006-09, ‘11-16) ............... 10 .............. 1st
the 1970 season, earning his 20th regular-season win vs. Seasons w/ Completion Pct. of 60.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09-‘15) ....... 10 .............. 1st
Cleveland in Week 11 of 216, joining Dan Marino (vs. Colts), Seasons w/ Passer Rating of 90.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09-’15) ......... 9 .............. 1st
Brett Favre (vs. Bears and Lions), John Elway (vs. Chargers Completions in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Indianapolis
and Seahawks) and Tom Brady (vs. Bills and Jets). and 12/20/15 vs. Denver)...........40 ............. 1st
Attempts in Single Game (11/30/14 vs. New Orleans)........ 58 .............. 1st
Passing Yards in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Indianapolis) ........ 522 .............. 1st
Career Winning Pct. ......................................................... .672 .............. 1st
8 Career Completions ....................................................... 3,804 .............. 1st
The number of seasons Roethlisberger has thrown 20 Career Attempts ............................................................. 5,932 .............. 1st
touchdowns or more during his NFL career - a franchise Career Passing Yards .................................................. 46,814 .............. 1st
record. Career Completion Pct..................................................... 64.1 .............. 1st
Career Passing Yards/Attempts ......................................... 7.9 .............. 1st
Career QB Rating ............................................................ 94.1 .............. 1st
15 Career 300-yard Passing Games (reg and posteason) ...... 52 .............. 1st
Career Games w/ 30+ Completions (reg and postseason). 17 .............. 1st
He has thrown at least 15 touchdown passes in each of his first Career Games w/ 100.0+ Passer Rating (reg and posteason) . 79 .............. 1st
13 NFL seasons, tying as the most consecutive seasons with Career Perfect Passer Rating Games (158.3) ** .................. 3 .............. 1st
15 or more scoring tosses to start a career (Peyton Manning: Career QB Rating in 4th Qtr. * ......................................... 91.9 .............. 1st
1998-2010). Career Touchdown Passes in Final 2 mins./game * ........... 45 .............. 1st
Consecutive Reg. Gms. w/ At Least One TD Pass (2012-Week 1 of 2014) 30 .............. 1st
Games Played by Rookie QB (2004) .................................. 14 .............. 1st
20-PLUS Passing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004)............................ 295 .............. 1st
Pass Completions by Rookie QB (2004) .......................... 196 .............. 1st
The Steelers have scored at least 20 points in 76 of the 92 Passing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 2,621 .............. 1st
games at home with Roethlisberger as the starter. Passing TDs by Rookie QB (2004) ..................................... 17 .............. 1st
Rushing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 56 .............. 1st
Rushing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ................................ 144 .............. 1st
43 Completion Pct. by Rookie QB (2004) ** ......................... 66.4 .............. 1st
Number of games Roethlisberger has totaled at least three Passer Rating by Rookie QB (2004) ** ............................ 98.1 .............. 1st
Comp. %./Single Game by Rookie QB (10/17/04 vs. Dal.) **84.0........... 1st
touchdown passes in his career (42 regular season, 1 Consecutive Wins to Start Career (2004) ** ....................... 13 .............. 1st
postseason), including five of his six home games played in Total Wins by Rookie QB (2004) ** ..................................... 13 .............. 1st
2016. Passing TDs in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Ind. and 11/2/14 vs. Bal.) ... 6 .............. 1st
Single-Game TD Passes at Heinz Field (10/26/14 vs. Ind. and 11/2/14 vs. Bal.)... 6 .............. 1st
Passing TDs in Back-to-Back Games ** ............................. 12 .............. 1st
49 Total Wins When Throwing for 300-plus Yards ................... 26 .............. 1st
Seasons w/ 25+ Passing TDs (2007, ‘09, ‘12-16) ................. 6 .............. 1st
Roethlisberger has thrown 49 300-plus yard passing games in Career Wins (Regular Season). ....................................... .123 .............. 1st
his regular season NFL career - most in franchise history - and Career TD Passes (indoors) ............................................... 19 .............. 1st
became the 10th QB in NFL history to reach 40 with one team. Single-Game TD Passes on MNF (11/5/07 vs. Bal.) ** ......... 5 ........... T-1st
Consecutive Passes Completed (11/26/07 vs. Miami)........ 15 ........... T-1st
Career Touchdown Passes in Dec./Jan. ............................. 85 .............. 1st
123-60 Career Rushing Yards (by QB) ...................................... 1,205 .............. 3rd
Roethlisberger’s record as a starting quarterback in the regular Career Rushing Touchdowns (by QB) ................................ 16 .............. 3rd
season - the third best record in the NFL among all active
quarterbacks (min. 50 starts) - and most wins in franchise * Since 1991
** NFL Record
history for a starting signal caller.

125.0
Has recorded a passer rating of 125.0 or better 18 times in his
NFL career (minimum 20 attempts), most recent Week 12 on
Thursday Night Football at Indianapolis Colts (146.0).

150.0
Roethlisberger has posted a passer rating of 150.0 or better in
eight games during his NFL career (min. 10 attempts/game) -
the most all-time.

400
Since entering the NFL in 2004, Roethlisberger has produced
nine 400-plus yard games - tied as the fourth most in NFL
history.
NO. 84: ANTONIO BROWN BROWN SINCE 2010
WR Antonio Brown led the Steelers’ offense with 106 WR Antonio Brown has recorded five 1,000-receiving yard
receptions for 1,284 yards and 12 touchdown catches in 2016. campaigns (2011 and ‘13-16) and four consecutive 100-reception
Below is a look at where Brown ranked in the NFL in 2016: seasons from 2013-16 since entering the NFL in 2010.
• 10-Reception Games: 3 (T-1st) His 632 receptions and 8,377 receiving yards are the most since
• Mutli-Touchdown Catch Games: 3 (T-1st) entering the NFL in 2010 among active NFL players:
• Receptions: 106 (2nd)
• Touchdown Catches: 12 (T-2nd) ACTIVE NFL RECEPTION LEADERS: 2010-CURRENT
• Receiving Yards: 1,284 (5th) Rk. PLAYER, TEAM GP REC.
• 100-Yard Receiving Games: 4 (T-6th) 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 101 632
2. Brandon Marshall, MIA-CHI-NYJ 106 614
NFL RECEPTION LEADERS: 2016 3. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 110 602
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS TDs
1. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 107 1,023 6 ACTIVE NFL RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS: 2010-CURRENT
2. Antonio Brown, PIT 106 1,284 12 Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS
3. Odell Beckham, Jr., NYG 101 1,367 10 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 632 8,377
2. Brandon Marshall, MIA-CHI-NYJ 614 8,042
Brown finished Week 12’s game with a single-game career- 3. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 546 7,704
high of three touchdown receptions, to go along with a game-high
91 receiving yards on a team-best five receptions. His three
touchdown receptions are tied for the second-most in Steelers BROWN SINCE 2010 VS. NFC
history for a single-game, becoming the 13th player in team history
to catch at least three scoring grabs in one game. WR Antonio Brown Brown has also seen success when
He had game highs in receptions (10) and receiving yards (96), facing members of the opposing conference in the NFC since
to go along with the game-winning four yard touchdown with nine entering the NFL.
seconds left in regulation as the team clinched the AFC North Brown leads all AFC players in receptions (180) and receiving
crown vs. Baltimore (31-27) in Week 16. yards (2,330) and is second in touchdown catches (16) in games
vs. NFC opponents since entering the NFL in 2010:

MAKING MOST IN 100 AFC RECEPTION LEADERS VS. NFC: 2010-CURRENT


Rk. PLAYER, TEAM GP REC.
WR Antonio Brown played in his 100th career regular-season 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 26 180
game in Week 15 at Cincinnati in 2016, and increased his career 2. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 25 158
total to 622 receptions to mark the most catches by any player in 3. Antonio Gates, SD 24 133
NFL history in their first 100 career games:
AFC RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS VS. NFC:
MOST RECEPTIONS IN FIRST 100 GAMES: NFL HISTORY 2010-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER CATCHES Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS
1. Antonio Brown 622 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 180 2,330
2. Anquan Boldin 614 2. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 158 2,300
3. Marvin Harrison 591 3. Andre Johnson, HOU-IND-TEN 121 1,746
4. Andre Johnson 576
5. Larry Fitzgerald 565
BROWN AMONG TOPS IN FIRST SEVEN
481 AND 6,315 WR Antonio Brown Brown caught 632 receptions in his first
WR Antonio Brown has caught 481 passes for 6,315 receiving seven years in the NFL (2010-16) - the second most by any player
yards since the 2013 season to mark the most receptions and in their first seven seasons in NFL history:
the second-most receiving yards by any player in a four-year
span in NFL history: NFL RECEPTION LEADERS:
FIRST SEVEN YEARS OF A CAREER
MOST RECEPTIONS IN ANY FOUR-YEAR SPAN: Rk. PLAYER, YEARS RECEPTIONS
NFL HISTORY 1. Marvin Harrison, 1996-2002 665
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632
1. Antonio Brown, 2013-16 481 3. Torry Holt, 1999-2005 619
2. Marvin Harrison, 1999-2002 469
3. Wes Welker, 2009-12 449 Brown has recorded 70 games with at least five catches and 50
receiving yards in his first seven years in the NFL, the most such
MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN ANY FOUR-YEAR SPAN: games in a player’s first seven seasons in NFL history:
NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS MOST FIVE CATCH AND 50-YARD GAMES IN
1. Marvin Harrison, 1999-2002 6,322 FIRST SEVEN YEARS OF A CAREER: NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER, YEARS 5/50 GAMES
1. Antonio Brown, 2013-16 6,315
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 70
3. Calvin Johnson, 2010-13 6,257
2. Torry Holt, 1999-2005 69
3. Marvin Harrison, 1996-2002 65
REACHING 600 IN 96 BROWN ON THE TEAM’S CHARTS
WR Antonio Brown hauled in the 600th reception of his NFL WR Antonio Brown is the second player in Steelers history
career in Week 11 at Cleveland in 2016 - his 96th regular-season with 600 receptions, third 8,000 with receiving yards and fifth with
game - setting an NFL record for thew fewest games played to 8,000 yards from scrimmage:
reach 600 catches in a career:
STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEPTION LEADERS
FEWEST GAMES TO 600 RECEPTIONS: NFL HISTORY Rk. STEELER, YEARS RECEPTIONS
Rk. PLAYER GAMES TO 600 1. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 1,000
1. Antonio Brown 96 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632
2. Anquan Boldin 98 3. Heath Miller, 2005-15 592
3. Marvin Harrison 102
4. Andre Johnson 104 STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
5. Brandon Marshall 105 Rk. STEELER, YEARS REC. YARDS
1. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 12,083
554 IN 90 2. John Stallworth, 1974-878,723 8,723
3. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 8,377
WR Antonio Brown played in his 90th career regular-season
game in Week Four of 2016, and increased his career total to
STEELERS ALL-TIME SRIMMAGE YARDAGE LEADERS
554 receptions - the second-most by any player in NFL history Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH YDS/REC YDS SCRMG.YARDS
in their first 90 career regular-season games: 1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 / 2,284 14,234
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 428 / 12,083 12,511
MOST RECEPTIONS IN FIRST 90 REGULAR-SEASON GAMES 3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 / 806 11,377
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS 4. John Stallworth, 1974-87 111 / 8,723 8,834
1. Anquan Boldin 558 5. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 119 / 8,377 8,496
2. Antonio Brown 554
3. Larry Fitzgerald 515 Brown set a single-game career-high and became the 13th
7,500 AND 8,000 SCRIMMAGE YARDS player (14th occasion) in Steelers history with a three touchdown
catch game in Week 12 of 2016 at Indianapolis, breaking a tie with
Heath Miller for sole possession of the fourth-most touchdown
WR Antonio Brown reached the 7,500 scrimmage yard
catches in franchise history:
milestone in Week Three’s game at Philadelphia in 2016. He
accomplished the feat in his 89th career regular-season game
STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS
to tie Calvin Johnson for the fourth-fewest games to 7,500
Rk. STEELER, YEARS REC. YARDS TDs
scrimmage yards by a wide receiver in NFL history.
1. Hines Ward, 1988-2011 1,000 12,083 85
Brown reached the 8,000 scrimmage yard mark in Week 10’s
2. John Stallworth, 1974-87 537 8,723 63
game vs. Dallas in 2016, in his 95th career regular-season game
3. Lynn Swann, 1974-82 336 5,462 51
to mark the sixth-fewest games to 8,000 scrimmage yards by a
4. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632 8,377 50
wide receiver in NFL history.
5. Heath Miller, 2005-15 592 6,569 45

Brown increased his overall touchdown total to 55 in Week 16


vs. Baltimore - the fifth-most total touchdowns in franchise history:

STEELERS ALL-TIME TOUCHDOWN LEADERS


Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH / REC / RET TDS
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 91 / 9 / 0 100
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 1 / 85 / 0 86
3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 78 / 2 / 0 80
4. John Stallworth, 1974-87 1 / 63 / 0 64
5. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 0 / 50 / 5 55
BROWN ON THE TEAM’S CHARTS UNFORGETTABLE SEVEN
WR Antonio Brown’s 2015 receptions and receiving yards WR Antonio Brown has registered the most receptions by
totals marked the most by a Steeler in a single-season in a Steelers’ receiver in their first four, five, six and seven regular
team history. His 106 receptions in 2016 are the fifth-most in a seasons:
single-season in team history and his 1,284 receiving yards are
10th-most: RECEPTIONS IN
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS GP/GS
STEELERS SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632 101/74
Rk. STEELER, YEAR RECEPTIONS 2. Hines Ward, 1998-2004 505 112/93
3. Heath Miller, 2005-11 337 108/107
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 136
4. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 303 79/70
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 129
5. Lynn Swann, 1974-1980 284 93/76
3. Hines Ward, 2002 112
4. Antonio Brown, 2013 110 Brown’s 5,259 receiving yards were the most receiving yards
5. Antonio Brown, 2016 106 by a Steelers’ receiver in their first five regular seasons, his 7,093
were the most by a Steeler in their first six seasons and his 8,377
STEELERS SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING YARDS stand as the most in a player’s first seven years with the Steelers:
LEADERS
Rk. STEELER, YEAR RECEIVING YARDS RECEIVING YARDS IN
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 1,834 Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 1,698 1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 8,377
3. Antonio Brown, 2013 1,499 2. Hines Ward, 1998-2004 6,055
4. Yancey Thigpen, 1997 1,398 3. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 5,347
5. John Stallworth, 1984 1,395 4. Buddy Dial, 1959-63 4,723
6. Hines Ward, 2002 1,329 5. Lynn Swann, 1974-80 4,692
7. Plaxico Burress, 2002 1,325
8. Yancey Thigpen, 1995 1,307 Brown totaled 7,755 all-purpose yards - the most by a Steeler
9. Buddy Dial, 1963 1,295 in their first five regular seasons (2010-13) and his 9,911 were
10. Antonio Brown, 2016 1,284 tops by a Steeler through their first six seasons. Through 2016,
he registered a team-best 11,367 for a player’s first seven
BROWN’S FRANCHISE DAY campaigns:

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS IN
WR Antonio Brown posted the most prolific receiving game
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS
for a player in Steelers history in Week 9’s 38-35 win vs. Oakland
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 11,367
in 2015.
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2002 9,087
He led all players with franchise records of 17 catches for 284
3. Franco Harris, 1972-78 8,630
receiving yards, and added 22 rushing yards for a team record
4. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 7,196
306 yards from scrimmage:
5. Rod Woodson, 1987-93 7,148
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RECEPTION LEADERS
Rk. STEELER RECEPTIONS
ALL AROUND BROWN
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 17
WR Antonio Brown has been a valuable asset to the team’s
2. Antonio Brown, Dec. 20, 2015 16
offensive and special teams efforts. In Week 13 vs. Indianapolis in
T3. Antonio Brown, Nov. 13, 2016 14
2015, Brown returned a punt for a 71-yard touchdown, his fourth
Courtney Hawkins, Nov. 1, 1998 14
punt return for a touchdown to tie a Steelers record:
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
STEELERS ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWNS
Rk. STEELER REC. YARDS
Rk. STEELER, YEARS PR TDs
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 284
T1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 4
2. Plaxico Burress, Nov. 10, 2002 253
Antwaan Randle El, 2002-05, ‘10 4
3. Buddy Dial, Oct. 22, 1961 235
T3. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 3
Ray Mathews, 1951-59 3
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS
Rk. STEELER SCRMG. YARDS
Brown also ranks second in team history with 1,698 punt return
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 306
yards:
2. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 298
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 256
STEELERS ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN YARDS
Rk. STEELER, YEARS CAREER PR YARDS PR TDs
1. Rod Woodson, 1987-96 2,362 2
2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 1,698 4
3. Antwaan Randle El, 2002-05, ‘10 1,650 4
4. Theo Bell, 1976, 1978-80 1,259 0
5. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 1,212 3

Along with four punts returned for touchdowns, Brown has one
kickoff returned to the end zone in his career. He is the sixth player
in NFL history - the first Steeler - to have 35 career touchdown
catches and five returns for touchdowns.
BROWN’S STEELERS NOTES COATES GOING THE DISTANCE
In his seven years - WR Antonio Brown - has caught 10 WR Sammie Coates caught 21 passes for 435 receiving yards,
passes or more in 13 games of his NFL career, all with the inclduing a long of 72 yards, during the 2016 season.
Steelers, the most double-digit reception games in team history: Coates’ 20.7 yards per catch average ranked second among
all NFL players in 2016 (min. 20 catches):
MOST DOUBLE-DIGIT CATCH
Rk. STEELER, YEARS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY NFL YARDS PER CATCH LEADERS: 2016
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 13 Min. 20 Receptions
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 7 Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC-YDS AVG.
T3. Heath Miller, 2005-15 3 1. Rob Gronkowski, NE 25-540 21.6
Yancey Thigpen, 1992-97 3 2. Sammie Coates, PIT 21-435 20.7
T3. Chris Hogan, NE 38-680 17.9
His 29 100-receiving yard games place Brown are tied as the DeSean Jackson, WAS 56-1,005 17.9
most in the category in Steelers history: 5. Kenny Stills, MIA 42-726 17.3
MOST 100-REC. YARD GAMES Coates registered his first career 100-yard receiving game,
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN STEELERS HISTORY tying a personal single-game high of six catches for a game-best
T1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 29 139 yards with two touchdowns in Week Five vs. the New York
Hines Ward, 1998-2011 29
Jets in 2016.
3. John Stallworth, 1974-87 25
COATES AND ROETHLISBERGER
Brown has caught two touchdown catches in 12 games in his
NFL career, all with Pittsburgh, the second-most multi-touchdown 40+
catch games in Steelers history: WR Sammie Coates and QB Ben Roethlisberger
connected on a pass play of at least 40 yards in each of
MOST MULTI-TOUCHDOWN the first five games of the 2016 season. The streak marked
Rk. STEELER, YEARS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY the second-longest in Steelers history (Mike Wallace, six
1. Buddy Dial, 1959-63 15
consecutive games in 2011).
2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 12
3.
4.
Lynn Swann, 1974-82
John Stallworth, 1974-87
10
9
THE OUTLAW JESSE JAMES
T5. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 7
TE Jesse James set single-game career-highs with six catches
Roy Jefferson, 1965-69 7
(five, Sept. 12, 2016 at Washington) for 43 yards in Week Five
against the New York Jets in 2016.
From 2014-15, Brown caught 23 touchdown passes - the most
He caught a touchdown pass in back-to-back (Weeks Four-
by a Steeler in back-to-back seasons - and joining Hines Ward
Five) games for the first time in his NFL career in 2016.
as the only players with 10 or more touchdown receptions in
James set single-season career-highs in receptions (39),
consecutive years:
receiving yards (338) and touchdown catches (3) in 2016.
MOST TOUCHDOWN CATCHES
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN BACK-TO-BACK SEASONS ROGERS RECORDS FIRST 100
1. Antonio Brown, 2014-15 23
T2. Antonio Brown, 2015-16 22 WR Eli Rogers registered the first 100-yard receiving game of
Hines Ward, 2002-03 22 his NFL career in Week Nine at Baltimore in 2016, finishing with
103 yards in six receptions. His six catches tied a single-game
Brown’s nine 100-yard receiving games in 2015 set a single- career-high (six at Washington, Sept. 12, 2016).
season team record, surpassing his previous 2014 record of eight: In Week 10 vs. Dallas in 2016, Rogers caught four passes for
42 yards, including a three-yard touchdown pass from QB Ben
MOST 100-REC. YARD GAMES Roethlisberger in the first quarter, his second touchdown catch
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN A SEASON: STEELERS HISTORY of the season and his career.
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 9 Rogers led the Steelers with 75 receiving yards on five catches,
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 8 and caught his third touchdown of the season, a 24-yard pass from
T3. Mike Wallace, 2010 7 QB Ben Roethlisberger, in the fourth quarter to give the Steelers
John Stallworth, 1984 7 a 24-20 lead in Week 15 at Cincinnati in 2016.
T5. Yancey Thigpen, 1997 6 He finished second in the game with 84 receiving yards on four
Buddy Dial, 1963 6 receptions, including a career long 39-yard reception in Week
16’s 31-27 win vs. Baltimore in 2016.
Rogers caught 48 passes for 594 yards and three touchdowns
BROWN NUMBER TO NOTE on the season.

180
WR Antonio Brown became the first player in NFL history
to record four 180-yard receiving games in a season in 2015
(195: Sept. 20, vs. San Francisco, 284: Nov. 8 vs. Oakland,
189: Dec. 20 vs. Denver and 187: Jan. 3 at Cleveland ).
RINGING THE BELL IN 2016 BELL’S 157.0 IN HISTORY
RB Le’Veon Bell eclipsed 100 scrimmage yards in seven RB Le’Veon Bell’s led the NFL with an average of 157.0 yards
consecutive games and in 11 of his 12 games played in 2016, from scrimmage per game in 2016 - the third-best mark in NFL
while becoming the first player in NFL history to average at least history for a single-sesaon:
100 rushing and 50 receiving yards per game in a single-season.
Below is a look at where Bell ranked in the NFL in 2016: SRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS:
• Scrimmage Yards Per Game: 157.0 (1st) NFL HISTORY
• Rushing Yards Per Game: 105.7 (2nd) Rk. PLAYER, TEAM, YR SCRMG. YDS (RUSH / REC)AVG,/GAME
• Receptions by a Running Back: 75 (2nd) 1. Priest Holmes, KC, 2002 2,287 (1,615 / 672) 163.4
• Receiving Yards by a Running Back: 616 (2nd) 2. O.J. Simpson, BUF, 1975 2,243 (1,817 / 426) 160.2
• Scrimmage Yards: 1,884 (3rd) 3. Le’Veon Bell, PIT, 2016 1,884 (1,268 / 616) 157.0
• Rushing Yards: 1,268 (5th) 4. Chris Johnson, TEN, 2009 2,509 (2,006 / 503) 156.8
• Rushing Average: 4.86 (8th) 5. Marshall Faulk, STL, 2000 2,189 (1,359 / 830) 156.4

NFL SCRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME LEADERS: 2016 BELL SINCE ‘13
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM SCRMG. YDS (RUSH / REC) AVG,/GAME
1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,884 (1,268 / 616) 157.0 RB Le’Veon Bell’s 1,259 yards from scrimmage paced the
2. Ezekiel Elliott, DAL 1,994 (1,631 / 363) 132.9 Steelers’ offense in 2013 and set a franchise rookie record. His
3. David Johnson, ARI 2,118 (1,239 / 879) 132.4 output marked the second-best production among the NFL’s
4. Melvin Gordon, SD 1,416 (997 / 419) 108.9 rookie class in 2013. Bell finished second in the NFL with 2,215
5. LeSean McCoy, BUF 1,623 (1,267 / 356) 108.2 yards from scrimmage in 2014.
Since entering the NFL in 2013, the fourth-year back leads the
Bell totaled a game-high 137 scrimmage yards to go along with NFL with an average of 128.7 yards from scrimmage per game:
two touchdowns, his sixth career multi-touchdown game, in the
team’s AFC North division clinching 31-27 win vs. Baltimore in NFL SRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME LEADERS:
Week 16. 2013 - CURRENT
Bell rushed for a single-game Steelers record 236 yards in Rk. PLAYER GAMES-YARDS YARDS/GM
Week 14 at Buffalo while tying a team record with three rushing 1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 47-6,050 128.7
2. Julio Jones, ATL 50-5,461 109.2
touchdowns and his 298 scrimmage yards marked the second-
3. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 59-6,430 109.0
most in team history.
4. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 61-6,420 105.2
He set a team record for the most 200-scrimmage yard games
5. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 59-6,142 104.1
with his fourth in Week 11 at Cleveland, racking up 201 yards
(146 rushing / 55 receiving) and adding a one-yard touchdown
Since entering the NFL in 2013, Bell has recorded 32 games
run.
with 100 yards from scrimmage or more - tied as the second most
Bell returned to the playing field in Week Four on Sunday Night
over that time span:
Football against Kansas City and totaled up a game-high 144
rushing yards on 18 carries, to go along with 34 receiving yards
MOST 100-YARD SCRIMMAGE GAMES:
on five catches, for a total of 178 scrimmage yards.
2013-CURRENT
Bell totaled a game-high 154 yards from scrimmage (66 rushing
Rk. PLAYER 100-YARD GAMES
and 88 receiving) in Week Five vs. New York.
1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 38
Bell posted a game-high 149 yards from scrimmage (81 rushing
T2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 32
and 68 receiving) in Week Seven vs. New England, his 25th
Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 32
regular-season game with at least 100 scrimmage yards, and set
DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 32
a personal regular-season single-game high of 10 receptions.
5. Antonio Brown, PIT 27
In Week 10 vs. Dallas, Bell posted 134 yards from scrimmage,
along with a rushing (one-yard) and receiving (two-yard) BELL AMONG STEELERS BEST IN FOUR
touchdown to mark his second career game with a touchdown
in both categories (Dec. 7, 2014 at Cincinnati). RB Le’Veon Bell has produced 4,045 rushing yards and 6,050
yards from scrimmage since entering the NFL in 2013.
BELL’S FRANCHISE DAY His 6,050 yards from scrimmage are the most by a Steeler in
their first four years with the team, while his 4,045 rushing yards
RB Le’Veon Bell rushed for 236 yards in Week 14 of 2016 at are third-best:
Buffalo to set the team’s single-game record and his 298 yards
from scrimmage marked the second-most: SCRIMMAGE YARDS IN
Rk. STEELER FIRST FOUR YEARS
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RUSHING YARDS LEADERS 1. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-16 6,050
Rk. STEELER REC. YARDS 2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-99 5,804
1. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 236 3. Willie Parker, 2004-07 4,818
2. Willie Parker, Dec. 7, 2006 223 4. Franco Harris, 1972-75 4,668
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 218 5. Mike Wallace, 2009-12 4,193

STEELERS SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS RUSHING YARDS IN


Rk. STEELER SCRMG. YARDS Rk. STEELER FIRST FOUR YEARS
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 306 1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-99 5,372
2. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 298 2. Willie Parker, 2004-07 4,198
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 256 3. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-16 4,045
4. Franco Harris, 1972-75 4,005
5. Rashard Mendenhall, 2008-11 3,367
BELL ON THE TOP 10 OVER 200 TIMES TWO AND FOUR
RB Le’Veon Bell has made his mark on the Steelers’ top 10 RB Le’veon Bell eclipsed 200 rushing yards for the second
rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and yards from scrimmage time in his NFL regular-season career in Week 14 at Buffalo in
lists within his first four seasons with the team. 2016, racking up a franchise record 236 yards. It marked his
His 4,045 rushing yards are fifth most in team history, his second 200-rushing yard performance (204: Nov. 17, 2014) to
6,050 yards from scrimmage place him ninth and his 26 rushing tie him with Willie Parker for the most 200-rushing yard games
touchdowns are tied for sixth: in team history.
Bell has eclipsed 200 yards from scrimmage five times in his
MOST RUSHING YARDS: STEELERS HISTORY career, most recently in Week 14 of 2016 at Buffalo.
Rk. STEELER RUSHING YARDS His five 200-yard scrimmage games are the most in Steelers
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 history, as he broke a tie with Willie Parker (three), and are the
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 most in the NFL since he entered the League in 2013.
3. Willie Parker, 2004-09 5,378
4. John Henry Johnson, 1960-65 4,381
5. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-current 4,045 UNDER THE MONDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
RB Le’Veon Bell tied Barry Sanders for the most yards from
MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE: STEELERS HISTORY scrimmage in a player’s first three Monday Night Football games
Rk. STEELER SCRIMMAGE YARDS with 494 after Week 5’s 127-yard game.
6. Heath Miller, 2005-15 6,577
7. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 6,406 MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN A PLAYER’S
8. Willie Parker, 2004-09 6,075 FIRST THREE MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL GAMES
9. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-current 6,050 Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
10. Lynn Swann, 1974-82 5,534 T1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 494
Barry Sanders, DET 494
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS: STEELERS HISTORY 3. Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams 491
Rk. STEELER RUSHING TDs
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 91
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 78
3. Kordell Stewart, 1995-2002 35
4. Terry Bradshaw, 1970-83 32
5. Rashard Mendenhall, 2008-12 29
T6. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-current 26
Barry Foster, 1990-94 26
John Henry Johnson, 1960-65 26
3,000 AND 1,500
RB Le’veon Bell became the third player in Steelers history
with at least 3,000 rushing and 1,500 receiving yards in Week
Six at Miami in 2016, joining Franco Harris and Merril Hoge.
Bell reached the 3,000 rushing and 1,500 receiving yard mark
in his 38th career regular-season game, surpassing Edgerrin
James (42 games) for the fewest games in NFL history to reach
the milestone.

FEWEST GAMES TO 3,000 RUSHING AND


Rk. PLAYER 1,500 RECEIVING YARDS
1. Le’Veon Bell 38
2. Edgerrin James 42
T3. Herschel Walker 43
Marcus Allen 43

5,000 IN 42
RB Le’veon Bell reached 5,000 yards from scrimmage in Week
11’s game at Cleveland in 2016, his 42nd career regular-season
game, marking the fewest games in Steelers history to the mark:

FEWEST GAMES TO 5,000 SCRIMMAGE


Rk. PLAYER YARDS: STEELERS HISTORY
1. Le’Veon Bell 42
2. Jerome Bettis 52
T3. Willie Parker 56
Franco Harris 56
5. John Henry Johnson 64

Bell also reached the plateau in the second-fewest games


among active NFL players (Chris Johnson: 41).
OCTO-BELL DECEM-BELL
Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled
1,813 yards from scrimmage - the most in the NFL in games 1,686 yards from scrimmage in the month of December - the
played in October since 2013: second most in the NFL in games played in December since
2013, and his 1,216 rushing yards in games played in the month
MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN of December since 2013 are third most:
OCTOBER: 2013 - CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN
1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,813 DECEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
2. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,729 Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
3. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 1,645 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,954
3. T.Y. Hilton, IND 1,579 2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,686
5. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 1,474 3. Antonio Brown, PIT 1,578
4. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 1,508
His 1,257 rushing yards in games played in the month of 5. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 1,423
October since 2013 trail only DeMarco Murray (1,399):
MOST RUSHING YARDS IN GAMES PLAYED IN
MOST RUSHING YARDS IN GAMES PLAYED IN DECEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
OCTOBER: 2013 - CURRENT Rk. PLAYER RUSHINGYARDS
Rk. PLAYER RUSHINGYARDS 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,552
1. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,399 2. Frank Gore, SF-IND 1,271
2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,257 3. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,216
3. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOUR 1,141 4. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,153
T4. Frank Gore, SF-IND 1,107 5. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOU 1,097
LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,107

NOVEM-BELL
Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled
1,765 yards from scrimmage in the month of November - the
second-most yards in November games over the last three
seasons:

MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN


NOVEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
1. Antonio Brown, PIT 1,802
2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,765
2. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,728
4. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,650
5. Mark Ingram, NO 1,525
HARRISON SETS TEAM SACK MARK BIG PLAY GAY
LB James Harrison brought down Cleveland QB Cody CB William Gay notched 58 tackles (42 solo) to go along with
Kessler in Week 11’s game of 2016 to increase his Steelers seven passes defensed, one interception, one sack, a forced
sack total to 77.5 to set the Steelers mark for the most sacks fumble and a a tackle for a loss in 2016.
since the statistic became official in 1982. Harrison has posted Gay picked off Cincinnati QB AJ McCarron and returned the ball
a sack in three consecutive games since Week 11, increasing 23 yards for a touchdown in Week 14’s game of 2015. It marked
his team mark to 79.5: Gay’s fifth consecutive interception return for a touchdown, setting
a new NFL record, and his fifth pick six with the Steelers, tying
STEELERS SACK LEADERS SINCE 1982 Rod Woodson for the most in team history:
Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS
1. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-16 79.5 MOST CONSECUTIVE INTERCEPTION-TOUCHDOWNS -
2. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 77.0 NFL HISTORY
3. Joey Porter, 1999-2006 60.0 Rk. PLAYER, YEARS INT-TDs
1. William Gay, 2013-15 5
Harrison produced his 19th multi-sack game as a Steeler with T2. Captain Munnerylyn, 2012-13 4
a two sack performance in Week Nine at Baltimore in 2016. His Charles Tillman, 2012 4
19 multi-sack games as a Steeler are the most such games in Tedy Bruschi, 2002-03 4
team history since the statistic became official in 1982:
MOST INTERCEPTION-TOUCHDOWNS -
STEELERS MULTI-SACK GAMES SINCE 1982 STEELERS HISTORY
Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS Rk. STEELER, YEARS INT-TDs
1. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-15 19 T1. William Gay, 2007-11, ‘13-15 5
2. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 17 Rod Woodson, 1987-96 5
3. LaMarr Woodley, 2007-13 16 T3. Chad Scott, 1997-2004 4
Jack Butler, 1951-59 4
The linebacker also ranks second in team history for career T5. Five Steelers Tied 3
forced fumbles, behind only Greg Lloyd (since 1987):
With his fifth interception returned for a touchdown, Gay
STEELERS FORCED FUMBLE LEADERS SINCE 1987 became the 10th active NFL defender with five pick sixes and
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FORCED FUMBLES increased his career total to 10 interceptions, eight as a Steeler.
1. Greg Lloyd, 1988-97 36
2. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-15 32 GAY’S MILESTONE AT 160
3. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 18
SHAZIER ON THE INSIDE CB William Gay extended his consecutive regular-season
games played streak to 160 in Week 17 of 2016 vs. Cleveland -
the longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL
LB Ryan Shazier totaled 87 tackles - the second-most on
defenisve players.
the Steelers’ defense in 2016 - to go along with 3.5 sacks, nine
passes defensed, nine tackles for losses, seven quarterback hits,
three forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
MITCHELL IN THE BACKFIELD
In Week One, Shazier totaled 6 tackles (5 solo) and recorded S Mike Mitchell led the Pittsburgh secondary with 78 com-
his second career interception in the third quarter, one play after bined tackles in 2016 (55 solo) and added nine pass break-ups,
forcing his third career forced fumble. an interception and a quarterback hit in 2016.
Shazier posted a game-high 11 total tackles (5 solo), and a In Week 12 at Indianapolis, Mitchell picked off Indianapolis
tackle for a loss in the team’s Week Two win vs. Cincinnati - his QB Scott Tolzien in the fourth quarter to mark his 10th career
third career double-digit tackle game and first of the season. interception and fourth as a Steeler.
In Week Nine at Baltimore, Shazier tied for the team-lead with Mitchell made his 59th consecutive regular-season at Buffalo
9 tackles (6 solo) and split a sack, and forced a fumble in the in Week 14 - the fifth-longest active consecutive games played
second quarter. streak among NFL safeties.
In Week 10 vs. Dallas, Shazier led the team with 9 tackles (4
solo) and recovered a fumble forced by LB Anthony Chickillo in TUITT TIES SINGLE-GAME MARK
the first quarter – the second fumble recovery of his NFL career.
Shazier forced a fumble on a sack of QB Josh McCown, which DE Stephon Tuitt tied a single-game career-high with 2.0
was recovered in the endzone by NT Javon Hargrave in Week sacks in Week 11 at Cleveland of 2016, his third career multi-sack
11’s game at Cleveland. It marked his third forced fumble on the game.
season, a new single-season career-high, and the fifth forced Tuitt was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his
fumble of his career. Week 11 performance, his first such accolade, and became the
In Week 11 at Cleveland, Shazier forced a fumble on a sack of Steeler to receive the honor since Troy Polamalu in 2013 (Week
QB Josh McCown, which was recovered in the endzone by NT 12).
Javon Hargrave. It marked his third forced fumble on the season, Along with a sack in Week 11, he posted his second career
a new single-season career-high, and the fifth forced fumble of sack streak (three games, Sept. 20-Oct. 1, 2015).
his career. Tuitt was credited with a half-sack of Buffalo QB Tyrod Taylor
Shazier led the defense with eight tackles in Week 14 at Buffalo in the first quarter of Week 14’s game at Buffalo, increasing his
and registered a sack of Buffalo QB Tyrod Taylor. season total to 3.5 (11.0 in his NFL career).
He Finished with 10 total tackles, including five solo and an
interception in Week 16’s 31-27 win vs. Baltimore.
DUPREE IN YEAR TWO BOS-DOES-WELL
LB Bud Dupree made his first start of the 2016 season in K Chris Boswell converted 21 of his 25 field goal attempts in
Week 14 at Buffalo and recorded the first multi-sack game of 2016 - including 11 of 12 attempts from 40-49 yards.
his NFL career, bringing down Buffalo QB Tyrod Taylor twice. Since joining the Steelers in 2015, Boswell is 50-of-57 overall
Dupree returned to the field in Week 11 and appeared in each of on field goal attempts (87.7%), including 20-of-24 (83.3%) be-
the team’s final seven games, making 24 total tackles, to go along tween 40-49 yards.
with a career high 4.5 sacks, six quarterback hits, five tackles for His 87.7 field goal percent ranks second in Steelers history
losses and a forced fumble. He led all AFC linebackers with 4.5 among kickers with at least 30 field goal attempts:
sacks in December/January.
STEELERS FIELD GOAL % LEADERS
WILLIAMS LED THE ‘D’ (Minimum 30 Attempts)
Rk. KICKER, YEAR FGM-FGA FG%
LB Vince Williams led the Steelers’ defense in tackles in 1. Shaun Suisham, 2010-14 124-141 87.9
back-to-back games (Weeks Four-Five) of 2016. 2. Chris Boswell, 2015-pres. 50-57 87.7
In Week Four, Williams made his first start of the 2016 season 3. Norm Johnson, 1995-98 105-127 82.7
vs. Kansas City on Sunday Night Football, and tallied a game 4. Jeff Reed, 2002-10 204-249 81.9
and single-game personal best 15 tackles (13 solo). He was also 5. Gary Anderson, 1982-94 309-395 78.2
redited with a sack in the second quarter, his first of the season,
increasing his career total to 1.5. BOZ TIES TEAM MARK
Williams led the defense with a game high of 9 tackles (8 solo)
in Week Five against the New York Jets, to go along with a sack, K Chris Boswell was successful on each of his six field goal
three stops for losses and two quarterback hits. attempts (45, 49, 49, 40, 49, 30) in Week 15’s 24-20 win at Cin-
cinnati in 2016.
BURNS ON THE CORNER Boswell tied a a franchise single-game record with six field
goals made (Jeff Reed: Dec. 1, 2002 and Gary Anderson: Oct.
CB Artie Burns started nine of 16 games played in his rookie 23, 1988):
year in 2016 and tied for the team lead with three interceptions.
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME FIELD GOALS MADE LEADERS
His three picks also placed him tied for the lead among the 2016
Rk. STEELER FGM
NFL rookie class:
T1. Chris Boswell, Dec. 18, 2016 6
Jeff Reed, Dec. 1, 2002 6
NFL INTERCEPTION LEADERS - 2016 ROOKIES
Gary Anderson, Oct. 23, 1988 6
Rk. ROOKIE, TEAM INTs
T1. Artie Burns, PIT 3
Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CLE 3 A LAND DOWN IN THE 20
Deion Jones, ATL 3
P Jordan Berry increased his regular-season career total to
Each of Burns’ three interceptions came in road games, with 53 punts inside the opponent 20 during 2016, pinning opponents
his first pick coming in his first career start in Week Nine at Bal- inside their 20-yard line on 25 of his 68 punts during the season,
timore. to become the seventh player in team history with at least 50.
In Week 11 at Cleveland, Burns hauled in his second intercep- In Week One, Berry boomed two punts covering 107 yards for
tion of the season, picking off Cleveland QB Cody Kessler on the a 53.5 average in Week One at Washington.
Browns’ opening possession of the game, and led the team with In Week Two vs. Cincinnati, he pinned five punts inside the
a single-game career-high three pass breakups. Bengals’ 20 yard line, marking the fifth game of his NFL career
Burns posted his third interception in Week 14 at Buffalo. with at least three inside the 20’s.
Berry landed each of his three punts in Week Five against the
DAVIS MAKING HIS MARK New York Jets inside their 20-yard line.
In Week Nine at Baltimore, Berry punted the ball a single-game
SS Sean Davis totaled 70 tackles (55 solo) in 2016 to rank fifth career-high nine times.
among the 2016 NFL defensive back rookie class (NFL.com):

NFL TACKLE LEADERS -


2016 DEFENSIVE BACK ROOKIES
Rk. ROOKIE, TEAM TACKLES
1. Keanu Neal, ATL 106
2. Daryl Worley, CAR 88
3. Vonn Bell, NO 87
4. Vernon Hargreaves, TB 76
5. Sean Davis, PIT 70
T6. Artie Burns, PIT 65
Jalen Ramsey, JAC 61

Davis started nine of 16 games on the season and added 1.5


sacks, five passes defensed, three quarterback hits, four tackles
for losses and an interception during his rookie campaign.
PRESEASON GAME #1 PRESEASON GAME #2
PITTSBURGH 20, NEW YORK GIANTS 12 PITTSBURGH 17, ATLANTA 13
AUG. 11, 2017 AUG. 20, 2017
METLIFE STADIUM (73,979) HEINZ FIELD (48,809)

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – A pair of Pittsburgh’s 2017 PITTSBURGH, Pa. – RB/PR Trey Williams ignited a Steelers’
rookie draft class members highlighted the team’s first preseason come-from-behind win over the Atlanta Falcons at Heinz Field,
game of the season. Rookie QB Joshua Dobbs and OLB T.J. courtesy of a special teams’ touchdown in the third quarter.
Watt made their NFL debuts and each helped their respective Trailing 13-3, Williams fielded a punt and burst through the
units to lead the team to a 20-12 win at the New York Giants. coverage unit of the Falcons to the end zone for a 64-yard score.
The Giants opened up the scoreboard with field goals Pittsburgh QB Bart Houston connected with WR Justin
from Aldrick Rosas and Mike Nugent in the opening two Hunter for the Steelers’ go-ahead score from six yards
quarters before Steelers’ K Chris Boswell connected on a out in the fourth quarter to lift the team to a 17-13 win.
48-yard field goal to make the score 6-3 in the second quarter. Atlanta produced three consecutive scoring drives to begin the
Pittsburgh’s special teams unit sparked the team prior to game - a touchdown and two field goals – their only points of the game
halftime. CB Mike Hilton recovered a muffed punt of the Giants as the Steelers’ defense closed out their ensuring 11 possessions.
at their 28-yard line. On the team’s first play of the drive, Dobbs Steelers rookie RB James Conner, appearing in
connected with WR Cobi Hamilton for a 28-yard touchdown to his first NFL game at Heinz Field, rushed for 98 yards
give the Steelers a 10-9 lead heading into halftime. on 20 carries (4.9 average) to lead all running backs.
Nugent and Boswell traded field goals in the third stanza and Pittsburgh S Jordan Dangerfield hauled in two interceptions
Steelers RB Terrell Watson scampered 15 yards to the end zone in the second half – one off of Matt Simms in the third
in the fourth quarter to produce the game’s final points. quarter and his second of the game off of Alek Torgersen
Dobbs, earning the starting nodd at quarterback, completed in the final quarter of the game. LB Anthony Chickillo
8-of-15 passes for 100 yards with a touchdown, while was responsible for two of the defense’s four sacks.
Watt recorded 2.0 quarterback sacks and five total tackles.
Hamilton led all receivers with a game-high 72 receiving
yards on two catches as Watson finished with 44 rushing GAME SUMMARY
yards on 10 carries. Steelers LB Arthur Moats tallied 3.0
quarterback sacks as the defense finished with a total Falcons (0-2) 7 6 0 0 13
STEELERS (2-0) 0 3 7 7 17
of seven quarterback takedowns in the contest.
TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
ATL 1 8:44 Ward 5 yd. run (Bryant kick) 10-91; 4:37 7-0
GAME SUMMARY ATL 2 14:45 Bryant 23 yd. FG 14-76; 6:52 10-0
PIT 2 10:23 Boswell 42 yd. FG 8-54; 4:22 10-3
STEELERS (1-0) 0 10 3 7 20 ATL 2 3:33 Bryant 26 yd. FG 13-77; 6:50 13-3
PIT 3 4:06 Williams 64 yd. punt return (Boswell kick) --;-- 13-10
Giants (0-1) 3 6 3 0 12 PIT 4 6:35 Hunter 6 yd. pass from Houston (Boswell kick) 7-53; 4:18 13-17

TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE


NYG 1 1:38 Rosas 27 yd. FG 12-30; 6:23 0-3
NYG 2 11:51 Nugent 30 yd. FG 6-5; 2:16 0-6
PIT 2 5:51 Boswell 48 yd. FG 9-58; 6:00 3-6
NYG 2 1:12 Rosas 52 yd. FG 9-47; 4:39 3-9
PIT 2 0:33 Hamilton 28 yd. pass from Dobbs (Boswell kick) 1-28; 0:07 10-9
NYG 3 10:30 Nugent 45 yd. FG 9-52; 4:30 10-12
PIT 3 4:02 Boswell 37 yd. FG 4-5; 1:32 13-12
PIT 4 12:46 Watson 15 yd. run (Boswell kick) 9-53; 4:45 20-12

TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS


Falcons Steelers RUSHING: ATL – Ward 9-37, TD;
Steelers Giants RUSHING: Pit. – Watson 10-44, 1st Downs 20 11 Hill 7-14; Simms 2-11; Taylor 3-3;
1st Downs 10 19 TD; Davis 8-34; Toussaint 6-19; 3rd Downs 5-17 (29%) 2-13 (15%)
3rd Downs 3-13 (23%) 5-17 (29%) Coleman 2-(-2). Pit. – Conner 20-98;
Dobbs 1-16; Smith-Schuster 1-9; 4th Downs 0-1 (0%) 0-1 (0%)
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 2-4 (50%) Toussaint 2-6; Bryant 1-(-1); Houston
Houston 1-2. NYG – Darkwa Total Net Yards 318 189
Total Net Yards 226 242 3-(-4).
3-18; Rudolph 1-13; Gallman 5-11; Plays-Avg. 71-4.5 55-3.4
Plays-Avg. 52-4.3 72-3.4
Rushing Yards 63 99 PASSING: ATL – Simms 29-15-1,
Rushing Yards 124 73 Abdullah 4-10; Johnson 2-8; Smith
Rush Att.-Avg. 23-2.7 26-3.8 197; Torgersen 8-2-1, 25; Ryan 6-4-
Rush Att.-Avg. 27-4.6 23-3.2 2-5; Vereen 1-5; Perkins 5-3.
Net Passing 255 90 0, 57; Schaub 1-1-0, 10. Pit – Dobbs
Net Passing 102 169 PASSING: Pit. – Dobbs 15-8-2, Att.-Comp.-Int. 44-22-2 28-15-2 19-10-1, 70; Houston 9-5-1, 24, TD.
Att.-Comp.-Int. 22-10-2 42-23-1 100, TD; Houston 7-2-0, 24. NYG Sacks By 1-4 4-34
Sacks By 7-43 3-22 RECEIVING: ATL – Davis 3-74;
– Smith 16-10-1, 114, TD; Webb 16- Punts-Avg. 8-39.8 8-39.8
Punts-Avg. 6-45.8 4-45.0 Williams 3-38; Hall 2-34; Dable 2-26;
8-0, 67; Johnson 10-5-0, 31. Penalties 10-85 4-30
Penalties 6-73 4-27 Sanu 2-25; Hooper 2-24; Burton 2-13;
RECEIVING: Pit. – Hamilton 2-72, Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-1
Time of Poss. 33:01 26:59 Cherry 1-17; Griswold 1-15; Saubert
Time of Poss. 26:17 33:43 TD; Severin 2-24; Tucker 1-10;
1-8; Davis 1-8; Perkins 1-5; Ward 1-2.
Heyward-Bey 1-6; Davis 1-5; Smith-
Pit. – Coates 3-20; Hunter 3-16, TD;
Schuster 1-4; Rogers 1-2; James 1-1.
Bryant 2-20; James 2-8; Johnson
NYG – Adams 3-28; Ellison 3-20;
1-15; Toussaint 1-8; Conner 1-3;
Lane 2-27; Johnson 2-22; Abdullah
Tucker 1-3; Rogers 1-1.
2-16; LaCosse 2-11; Lewis 1-15;
Powe 1-15; Rudolph 1-14; Engram
1-11; Tye 1-11; Smith 1-9; Norwood
1-7; Gallman 1-4; Harris 1-2.
PITTSBURGH STEELERS / PRESEASON / WEEK 3 / THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 20, 2017

WON 2, LOST 0 * RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD


08/11 W 20-12 at New York Giants 73,979 Conner 20 98 4.9 19 0
08/20 W 17-13 Atlanta 48,809 Watson 10 44 4.4 15t 1
08/26 Indianapolis K. Davis 8 34 4.3 11 0
08/31 at Carolina Toussaint 8 25 3.1 11 0
Pitt. Opp. Dobbs 1 16 16.0 16 0
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 21 39 Smith-Schuster 1 9 9.0 9 0
Rushing 10 8 Bryant 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0
Passing 8 26 Houston 4 -2 -.5 2 0
Penalty 3 5 TEAM 53 223 4.2 19 1
3rd Down: Made/Att 5/26 10/34 OPPONENTS 46 136 3.0 16 1
3rd Down Pct. 19.2 29.4 * RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD
4th Down: Made/Att 0/1 2/5 Coates 3 20 6.7 8 0
4th Down Pct. 0.0 40.0 Hunter 3 16 5.3 9 1
POSSESSION AVG. 26:38 33:22 James 3 9 3.0 6 0
TOTAL NET YARDS 415 560 Hamilton 2 72 36.0 44 1
Avg. Per Game 207.5 280.0 Severin TM 2 24 12.0 14 0
Total Plays 107 143 Bryant 2 20 10.0 23 0
Avg. Per Play 3.9 3.9 Tucker 2 13 6.5 10 0
NET YARDS RUSHING 223 136 Rogers 2 3 1.5 2 0
Avg. Per Game 111.5 68.0 Da. Johnson 1 15 15.0 15 0
Total Rushes 53 46 Toussaint 1 8 8.0 8 0
NET YARDS PASSING 192 424 Heyward-Bey 1 6 6.0 6 0
Avg. Per Game 96.0 212.0 K. Davis 1 5 5.0 5 0
Sacked/Yards Lost 4/26 11/77 Smith-Schuster 1 4 4.0 4 0
Gross Yards 218 501 Conner 1 3 3.0 3 0
Att./Completions 50/25 86/45 TEAM 25 218 8.7 44 2
Completion Pct. 50.0 52.3 OPPONENTS 45 501 11.1 44 0
Had Intercepted 4 3 * INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD
PUNTS/AVERAGE 14/42.4 12/41.5 Dangerfield 2 19 9.5 18 0
NET PUNTING AVG. 14/41.4 12/31.8 Moats 1 20 20.0 20 0
PENALTIES/YARDS 10/103 14/112 TEAM 3 39 13.0 20 0
FUMBLES/BALL LOST 2/0 3/1 OPPONENTS 4 34 8.5 23 0
TOUCHDOWNS 4 1 * PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
Rushing 1 1 Berry 14 593 42.4 41.4 0 9 55 0
Passing 2 0 TEAM 14 593 42.4 41.4 0 9 55 0
Returns 1 0 OPPONENTS 12 498 41.5 31.8 1 1 56 1
* SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS * PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
TEAM 0 13 10 14 0 37 Rogers 3 0 19 6.3 9 0
OPPONENTS 10 12 3 0 0 25 T. Williams 3 2 77 25.7 64t 1
* SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS TEAM 6 2 96 16.0 64t 1
Boswell 0 0 0 0 4/ 4 3/ 3 0 13 OPPONENTS 6 7 13 2.2 5 0
Hamilton 1 0 1 0 0 6 * KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD
Hunter 1 0 1 0 0 6 K. Davis 3 48 16.0 17 0
Watson 1 1 0 0 0 6 Tucker 2 50 25.0 29 0
T. Williams 1 0 0 1 0 6 Hamilton 1 19 19.0 19 0
TEAM 4 1 2 1 4/ 4 3/ 3 0 37 Toussaint 1 24 24.0 24 0
OPPONENTS 1 1 0 0 1/ 1 6/ 6 0 25 TEAM 7 141 20.1 29 0
2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 0-0 OPPONENTS 8 165 20.6 32 0
SACKS: Moats 3, Chickillo 2, Huguenin 2, * FIELD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Watt 2, Hilton 1, Philon 1, TM 11, OPP 4 Boswell 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/ 0
FUM/LOST: Bryant 1/0, Houston 1/0 TEAM 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 0/ 0
OPPONENTS 0/ 0 3/ 3 1/ 1 1/ 1 1/ 1
Boswell: (48G,37G)(42G)
TM: (48G,37G)(42G)
OPP: (27G,30G,52G,45G)(23G,26G)

* PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Dobbs 34 18 170 52.9 5.00 1 2.9 3 8.8 44 4/ 26 40.1
Houston 16 7 48 43.8 3.00 1 6.3 1 6.3 14 0/ 0 45.8
TEAM 50 25 218 50.0 4.36 2 4.0 4 8.0 44 4/ 26 41.9
OPPONENTS 86 45 501 52.3 5.83 0 0.0 3 3.5 44 11/ 77 55.4
2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS PRESEASON
DEFENSIVE/SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

Player U A Tot Sacks/Yds. QP Int./Yards PD FF FR U A Tot FF FR BL


Fort 8 4 12 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Watt 5 4 9 2/11 3 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alualu 5 3 8 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
V.Williams 5 3 8 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Moats 4 2 6 3/18 3 1/20 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Matakevich 2 4 6 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hilton 5 0 5 1/10 2 0/0 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 1 0
Dixon 4 1 5 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Dangerfield 4 1 5 0/0 0 2/19 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
R. Golden 3 2 5 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
S. Davis 3 2 5 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Huguenin 4 0 4 2/10 2 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chickillo 4 0 4 2/19 2 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Hargrave 3 1 4 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Walton 3 1 4 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Cockrell 3 1 4 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Webb 2 2 4 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Kelsey 3 0 3 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0
Hagen 3 0 3 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Galambos 3 0 3 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
S.Johnson 3 0 3 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tuitt 2 1 3 0/0 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Heyward 2 0 2 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gay 2 0 2 0/0 1 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
M.Golden 2 0 2 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Sensabaugh 1 1 2 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burns 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Philon 1 0 1 1/9 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Ducre 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Shepherd 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
James 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hubbard 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Maxey 0 1 1 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Allen 0 1 1 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Hunter 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Toussaint 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Nix 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
K. Davis 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
McGee 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Hamilton 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Tucker 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 94 35 129 7/43 15 1/20 17 0 0 12 5 17 1 1 1
OPPONENTS 37 15 52 3/22 4 2/34 4 0 0 7 3 10 0 1 0
2017 PRESEASON STARTING LINEUPS

OFFENSE

Opponent
WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB

Preseason

At Giants (8/11) Smith-Schuter Hubbard Foster Finney DeCastro Gilbert James Heyward-Bey Dobbs Toussaint D. Johnson (TE)
Falcons (8/20) Bryant Villanueva Foster Finney DeCastro Gilbert James Heyward-Bey Dobbs Toussaint Nix

DEFENSE

Opponent
LE NT RE LOLB LILB RILB ROLB LCB RCB SS FS

Preseason

At Giants (8/11) Heyward Hargrave Tuitt Matakevich Moats V.Williams Watt Sensabaugh Cockrell Golden Dangerfield
Falcons (8/20) Heyward Hargrave Tuitt Chickillo Mataevich V.Williams Watt Burns Cockrell Hilton Golden
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ 2017 GP/GS
99 Adams, Keion LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17 0/0
29 Allen, Brian CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 23 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17 0/0
94 Alualu, Tyson DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX) 0/0
15 Ayers, Demarcus WR 5-11 190 07/07/94 23 1 Houston Lancaster, TX D7a '16 0/0
26 Bell, Le'Veon RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13 0/0
4 Berry, Jordan P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15 0/0
9 Boswell, Chris K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15 0/0
84 Brown, Antonio WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10 0/0
64-D Brown, Christian DE 6-3 295 08/31/93 23 R West Virginia Fort Myers, FL UDFA '17 0/0
38-O Brown-Dukes, Brandon RB 5-8 200 04/29/92 25 1 Mercyhurst Orlando, FL UDFA '16 0/0
10 Bryant, Martavis WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14 0/0
25 Burns, Artie CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16 0/0
46-O Canaday, Kameron LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17 0/0
56 Chickillo, Anthony LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15 0/0
14 Coates, Sammie WR 6-1 212 03/31/93 24 3 Auburn Leroy, AL D3 '15 0/0
31 Cockrell, Ross CB 6-0 191 08/06/91 26 4 Duke Waxhaw, NC FA '15 0/0
30-O Conner, James RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17 0/0
64-O Cooper, Ethan G 6-2 322 06/11/95 22 R Indiana (PA) Steelton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
72 Crowley, Lucas C 6-3 290 09/07/94 22 R North Carolina Ponte Vedra, FL FA '16 (ARZ) 0/0
37 Dangerfield, Jordan S 5-11 199 12/25/90 26 2 Towson Elmont, NY FA '15 0/0
34 Davis, Knile RB 5-11 227 10/05/91 25 5 Arkansas Missouri City, TX UFA '17 (KC) 0/0
28 Davis, Sean S 6-1 202 10/23/93 23 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16 0/0
66 DeCastro, David G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12 0/0
35-D Dixon, Brandon CB 5-11 203 04/26/90 27 2 Northwest Missouri State Pompano Beach, FL FA '16 0/0
5 Dobbs, Joshua QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17 0/0
38-D Ducre, Greg CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 3 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
48 Dupree, Bud LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15 0/0
71 Feiler, Matt OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16 0/0
67 Finney, B.J. C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15 0/0
54 Fort, L.J. LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '15 0/0
73 Foster, Ramon G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09 0/0
61 Friend, Kyle C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17 0/0
46-D Galambos, Matt LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17 0/0
22 Gay, William CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13 0/0
49-D Gearing, Austin LB 6-5 250 07/08/94 23 R Miami (OH) Franklin, OH UDFA'17 0/0
77 Gilbert, Marcus OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11 0/0
30-D Golden, Malik S 6-0 205 04/27/93 24 R Penn State Hartford, CT UDFA '17 0/0
21 Golden, Robert S 5-11 202 09/13/90 26 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12 0/0
27 Golson, Senquez CB 5-9 176 07/07/93 24 3 Mississippi Pascagoula, MS D2 '15 0/0
85 Grimble, Xavier TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 24 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15 0/0
42 Hagen, Jacob S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16 0/0
83 Hamilton, Cobi WR 6-2 201 11/13/90 26 2 Arkansas Texarkana, TX FA '16 0/0
79 Hargrave, Javon DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16 0/0
92 Harrison, James LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14 0/0
88 Heyward-Bey, Darrius WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND) 0/0
65-O Hawkins, Jerald OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 23 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16 0/0
97 Heyward, Cameron DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11 0/0
40 Hilton, Mike CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16 0/0
49-D Holba, Colin LS 6-4 248 07/08/94 23 R Louisville Louisville, KY D6 '17 0/0
65-D Hooks, Lavon DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17 0/0
8 Houston, Bart QB 6-4 235 12/16/92 24 R Wisconsin Dublin, CA UDFA '17 0/0
74 Hubbard, Chris C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13 0/0
41 Huguenin, Farrington LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17 0/0
11 Hunter, Justin WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF) 0/0
81 James, Jesse TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15 0/0
82 Johnson, David TE 6-2 260 08/26/87 30 9 Arkansas State Pine Bluff, AR FA '16 0/0
51 Johnson, Steven LB 6-1 237 03/28/88 29 6 Kansas Media, PA UFA '16 (TEN) 0/0
3 Jones, Landry QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13 0/0
62 Kallon, Francis DE 6-5 295 02/02/94 23 R Georgia Tech London, England, United Kingdom UDFA '17 0/0
57 Kelsey, Keith LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17 0/0
44 Matakevich, Tyler LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16 0/0
95 Maxey, Johnny DE 6-5 283 10/19/93 23 1 Mars Hill Columbia, SC UDFA '16 0/0
80 McGee, Jake TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 25 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17 0/0
93 McCullers, Daniel DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14 0/0
69-O Mihalik, Brian OT 6-9 302 08/21/92 25 2 Boston College Avon Lake, OH FA '16 0/0
76 Milton, Keavon OT 6-4 320 06/23/90 27 2 Louisiana-Monroe Canton, TX FA '16 0/0
23 Mitchell, Mike S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR) 0/0
55 Moats, Arthur LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF) 0/0
45 Nix, Roosevelt FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15 0/0
87 Odom, Phazahn TE 6-8 251 06/08/94 23 R Fordham Barnwell, SC UDFA '17 0/0
69-D Philon, Roy DT 6-3 291 03/26/91 26 1 Louisville Lexington, KY FA '17 0/0
53 Pouncey, Maurkice C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10 0/0
68 Rodgers, Jake OT 6-6 320 09/10/91 25 1 Eastern Washington Spokane, WA FA '17 0/0
7 Roethlisberger, Ben QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04 0/0
17 Rogers, Eli WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15 0/0
24 Sensabaugh, Coty CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG) 0/0
50 Shazier, Ryan LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 24 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14 0/0
33-D Shepherd, JaCorey CB 5-11 199 03/29/93 24 2 Kansas Mount Pleasant, TX FA '17 0/0
19 Smith-Schuster, JuJu WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17 0/0
20 Sutton, Cameron CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17 0/0
33-O Toussaint, Fitzgerald RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15 0/0
16 Tucker, Marcus WR 5-10 190 06/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16 0/0
91 Tuitt, Stephon DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14 0/0
78 Villanueva, Alejandro OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 28 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14 0/0
96 Walton, L.T. DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15 0/0
39-O Watson, Terrell RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
90 Watt, T.J. LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 22 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17 0/0
39-D Webb, Terrish S 5-10 190 09/07/95 21 R Pittsburgh Clairton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
35-O Williams, Trey RB 5-7 200 12/11/92 24 2 Texas A&M Spring, TX FA '17 0/0
98 Williams, Vince LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13 0/0

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Stafford, Daimion S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN) 0/0

INJURED RESERVE
62 Matthews, Mike C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17 0/0

Experience Includes 2017 Season


Number of Players on Active Roster: 90

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


Assistant Coaches:
John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive Coordinator); Danny
Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks); Carnell Lake (Defensive Backs);
Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside Linebackers); Joey Porter (Outside
Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve Meyer (Coaching Asst.); Daniel Martin
Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ 2017 GP/GS
3 Landry Jones QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13 0/0
4 Jordan Berry P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15 0/0
5 Joshua Dobbs QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17 0/0
7 Ben Roethlisberger QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04 0/0
8 Bart Houston QB 6-4 235 12/16/92 24 R Wisconsin Dublin, CA UDFA '17 0/0
9 Chris Boswell K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15 0/0
10 Martavis Bryant WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14 0/0
11 Justin Hunter WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF) 0/0
14 Sammie Coates WR 6-1 212 03/31/93 24 3 Auburn Leroy, AL D3 '15 0/0
15 Demarcus Ayers WR 5-11 190 07/07/94 23 1 Houston Lancaster, TX D7a '16 0/0
16 Marcus Tucker WR 5-10 190 05/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16 0/0
17 Eli Rogers WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15 0/0
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17 0/0
20 Cameron Sutton CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17 0/0
21 Robert Golden S 5-11 202 09/13/90 26 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12 0/0
22 William Gay CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13 0/0
23 Mike Mitchell S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR) 0/0
24 Coty Sensabaugh CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG) 0/0
25 Artie Burns CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16 0/0
26 Le'Veon Bell RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13 0/0
27 Senquez Golson CB 5-9 176 07/07/93 24 3 Mississippi Pascagoula, MS D2 '15 0/0
28 Sean Davis S 6-1 202 10/23/93 23 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16 0/0
29 Brian Allen CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 23 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17 0/0
30-D Malik Golden S 6-0 205 04/27/93 24 R Penn State Hartford, CT UDFA '17 0/0
30-O James Conner RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17 0/0
31 Ross Cockrell CB 6-0 191 08/06/91 26 4 Duke Waxhaw, NC FA '15 0/0
33-D JaCorey Shepherd CB 5-11 199 03/29/93 24 2 Kansas Mount Pleasant, TX FA '17 0/0
33-O Fitzgerald Toussaint RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15 0/0
34 Knile Davis RB 5-11 227 10/05/91 25 5 Arkansas Missouri City, TX UFA '17 (KC) 0/0
35-D Brandon Dixon CB 5-11 203 04/26/90 27 2 Northwest Missouri State Pompano Beach, FL FA '16 0/0
35-O Trey Williams RB 5-7 200 12/11/92 24 2 Texas A&M Spring, TX FA '17 0/0
37 Jordan Dangerfield S 5-11 199 12/25/90 26 2 Towson Elmont, NY FA '15 0/0
38-D Greg Ducre CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 3 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
38-O Brandon Brown-Dukes RB 5-8 200 04/29/92 25 1 Mercyhurst Orlando, FL UDFA '16 0/0
39-D Terrish Webb S 5-10 190 09/07/95 21 R Pittsburgh Clairton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
39-O Terrell Watson RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
40 Mike Hilton CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16 0/0
41 Farrington Huguenin LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17 0/0
42 Jacob Hagen S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16 0/0
44 Tyler Matakevich LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16 0/0
45 Roosevelt Nix FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15 0/0
46-D Matt Galambos LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17 0/0
46-O Kameron Canaday LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17 0/0
48 Bud Dupree LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15 0/0
49-D Austin Gearing LB 6-5 250 07/08/94 23 R Miami (OH) Franklin, OH UDFA'17 0/0
49-O Colin Holba LS 6-4 248 07/08/94 23 R Louisville Louisville, KY D6 '17 0/0
50 Ryan Shazier LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 24 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14 0/0
51 Steven Johnson LB 6-1 237 03/28/88 29 6 Kansas Media, PA UFA '16 (TEN) 0/0
53 Maurkice Pouncey C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10 0/0
54 L.J. Fort LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '15 0/0
55 Arthur Moats LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF) 0/0
56 Anthony Chickillo LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15 0/0
57 Keith Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17 0/0
61 Kyle Friend C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17 0/0
62 Francis Kallon DE 6-5 295 02/02/94 23 R Georgia Tech London, England, United Kingdom UDFA '17 0/0
64-D Christian Brown DE 6-3 295 08/31/93 23 R West Virginia Fort Myers, FL UDFA '17 0/0
64-O Ethan Cooper G 6-2 322 06/11/95 22 R Indiana (PA) Steelton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
65-D Lavon Hooks DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17 0/0
65-O Jerald Hawkins OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 23 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16 0/0
66 David DeCastro G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12 0/0
67 B.J. Finney C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15 0/0
68 Jake Rodgers OT 6-6 320 09/10/91 25 1 Eastern Washington Spokane, WA FA '17 0/0
69-D Roy Philon DT 6-3 291 03/26/91 26 1 Louisville Lexington, KY FA '17 0/0
69-O Brian Mihalik OT 6-9 302 08/21/92 25 2 Boston College Avon Lake, OH FA '16 0/0
71 Matt Feiler OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16 0/0
72 Lucas Crowley C 6-3 290 09/07/94 22 R North Carolina Ponte Vedra, FL FA '16 (ARZ) 0/0
73 Ramon Foster G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09 0/0
74 Chris Hubbard C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13 0/0
76 Keavon Milton OT 6-4 320 06/23/90 27 2 Louisiana-Monroe Canton, TX FA '16 0/0
77 Marcus Gilbert OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11 0/0
78 Alejandro Villanueva OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 28 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14 0/0
79 Javon Hargrave DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16 0/0
80 Jake McGee TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 25 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17 0/0
81 Jesse James TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15 0/0
82 David Johnson TE 6-2 260 08/26/87 30 9 Arkansas State Pine Bluff, AR FA '16 0/0
83 Cobi Hamilton WR 6-2 201 11/13/90 26 2 Arkansas Texarkana, TX FA '16 0/0
84 Antonio Brown WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10 0/0
85 Xavier Grimble TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 24 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15 0/0
87 Phazahn Odom TE 6-8 251 06/08/94 23 R Fordham Barnwell, SC UDFA '17 0/0
88 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND) 0/0
90 T.J. Watt LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 22 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17 0/0
91 Stephon Tuitt DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14 0/0
92 James Harrison LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14 0/0
93 Daniel McCullers DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14 0/0
94 Tyson Alualu DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX) 0/0
95 Johnny Maxey DE 6-5 283 10/19/93 23 1 Mars Hill Columbia, SC UDFA '16 0/0
96 L.T. Walton DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15 0/0
97 Cameron Heyward DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11 0/0
98 Vince Williams LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13 0/0
99 Keion Adams LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17 0/0

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Daimion Stafford S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN) 0/0

INJURED RESERVE
62 Mike Matthews C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17 0/0

Experience Includes 2017 Season


Number of Players on Active Roster: 90

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


Assistant Coaches:
John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive Coordinator);
Danny Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks); Carnell Lake (Defensive
Backs); Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside Linebackers); Joey Porter
(Outside Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve Meyer (Coaching Asst.); Daniel
Martin Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS DEPTH CHART

OFFENSE
WR 84 ANTONIO BROWN (5-10, 181, 8) 14 Sammie Coates (6-1, 212, 3) 17 Eli Rogers (5-10, 187, 3)
16 Marcus Tucker (5-10, 190, 1)
LT 78 ALEJANDRO VILLANUEVA (6-9, 320, 3) 65 Jerald Hawkins (6-6, 305, 2) 68 Jake Rodgers (6-6, 320, 1)
LG 73 RAMON FOSTER (6-5, 328, 9) 67 B.J. Finney (6-4, 318, 2) 64 Ethan Cooper (6-2, 322, R)
C 67 B.J. FINNEY (6-4, 318, 2) 61 Kyle Friend (6-2, 305, 1) 72 Lucas Crowley (6-3. 290, R)
RG 66 DAVID DECASTRO (6-5, 316, 6) 71 Matt Feiler (6-6, 330, 1) 76 Keavon Milton (6-4, 320, 2)
RT 77 MARCUS GILBERT (6-6, 330, 7) 74 Chris Hubbard (6-4, 295, 4) 69 Brian Mihalik (6-9, 302, 2)
TE 81 JESSE JAMES (6-7, 261, 3) 82 David Johnson (6-2, 260, 9) 85 Xavier Grimble (6-4, 261, 2)
87 Phazahn Odom (6-8, 251, R) 80 Jake McGee (6-5, 250, 1)
RB 33 FITZGERALD TOUSSAINT (5-9, 204, 4) 34 Knile Davis (5-11, 227, 5) 39 Terrell Watson (6-1, 240, 1)
30 James Conner (6-1, 233 R) 35 Trey Williams (5-7, 200, 2)
38 Brandon Brown-Dukes (5-8, 200, 1)
FB 45 ROOSEVELT NIX (5-11, 248, 3)
QB 7 BEN ROETHLISBERGER (6-5, 240, 14) 5 Joshua Dobbs (6-3, 216, R) 8 Bart Houston (6-4, 235, R)
WR 10 MARTAVIS BRYANT (6-4, 211, 3) 88 Darrius Heyward Bey (6-2, 210, 9) 11 Justin Hunter (6-4, 203, 5)
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster (6-1, 215, R ) 83 Cobi Hamilton (6-2, 201, 2)

*Not participating as of Aug. 22, 2017


No. 3 Landry Jones
No. 15 Demarcus Ayers
No. 26 Le’Veon Bell
No. 53 Maurkice Pouncey
2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS DEPTH CHART

DEFENSE

LDE 97 CAMERON HEYWARD (6-5, 295, 7) 96 L.T. Walton (6-5, 305, 3) 95 Johnny Maxey (6-5, 283, 1)
NT 79 JAVON HARGRAVE (6-2, 305, 2) 93 Daniel McCullers (6-7, 352, 4) 69 Roy Philon (6-3, 291, 1)
64 Christian Brown (6-3, 295, R)
RDE 91 STEPHON TUITT (6-6, 303, 4) 94 Tyson Alualu (6-3, 304, 8) 62 Francis Kallon (6-5, 295, R)
65 Lavon Hooks (6-3, 312, 1)
LOLB 48 BUD DUPREE (6-4, 269, 3) 56 Anthony Chickillo (6-3, 255, 3) 55 Arthur Moats (6-0, 246, 8)
49 Austin Gearing (6-5, 250, R)
LILB 50 RYAN SHAZIER (6-1, 230, 4) 54 L.J. Fort (6-0, 232, 3) 51 Steven Johnson (6-1, 237, 6)
44 Tyler Matakevich (6-1, 235, 2) 57 Keith Kelsey (6-0, 233, R)
46 Matt Galambos (6-1, 239, R)
RILB 98 VINCE WILLIAMS (6-1, 233, 5) 51 Steven Johnson (6-1, 237, 6) 44 Tyler Matakevich (6-1, 235, 2)
54 L.J. Fort (6-0, 232, 3) 57 Keith Kelsey (6-0, 233, R)
46 Matt Galambos (6-1, 239, R)
ROLB 92 JAMES HARRISON (6-0, 242, 15) 90 T.J. Watt (6-4, 252, R) 41 Farrington Huguenin (6-4, 268, 1)
LCB 25 ARTIE BURNS (6-0, 197, 2) 22 William Gay (5-10, 187, 11) 24 Coty Sensabaugh (5-11, 187, 6)
40 Mike Hilton (5-9, 184, 1) 29 Brian Allen (6-3, 215, R)
35 Brandon Dixon (5-11, 203, 2) 38 Greg Ducre (5-10, 183, 3)
FS 21 ROBERT GOLDEN (5-11, 202, 6) 42 Jacob Hagen (6-3, 205, 1) 39 Terrish Webb (5-10, 190, R)
SS 28 SEAN DAVIS (6-1, 202, 2) 37 Jordan Dangerfield (5-11, 199, 2) 42 Jacob Hagen (6-3, 205, 1)
39 Terrish Webb (5-10, 190, R) 30 Malik Golden (6-0, 205, R)
RCB 31 ROSS COCKRELL (6-0, 191, 4) 22 William Gay (5-10, 187, 11) 24 Coty Sensabaugh (5-11, 187, 6)
35 Brandon Dixon (5-11, 203, 2) 38 Greg Ducre (5-10, 183, 3)
40 Mike Hilton (5-9, 184, 1) 29 Brian Allen (6-3, 215, R)
33 JaCorey Shepherd (5-11, 199, 2)

*Not participating as of Aug. 22, 2017


No. 20 Cameron Sutton
No. 23 Mike Mitchell
No. 27 Senquez Golson
No. 99 Keion Adams
2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS DEPTH CHART

SPECIAL TEAMS
P 4 JORDAN BERRY (6-5, 195, 3)
K 9 CHRIS BOSWELL (6-2, 185, 3)
LS 49 COLIN HOLBA (6-4, 248, R) 46 Kameron Canaday (6-4, 245, 1)
H 4 JORDAN BERRY (6-5, 195, 3)
KR 34 KNILE DAVIS (5-11, 227, 5)
PR 84 ANTONIO BROWN (5-10, 181, 8) 17 Eli Rogers (5-10, 187, 3)

 Rookie

Tyson Alualu .............................................(Ah-loo ah-loo)


Le’Veon Bell .............................................(Lay-vee-on)
Anthony Chickillo ......................................(Chick-ill-oh)
Greg Ducre ...............................................(Do-cree)
Matt Feiler.................................................(Fy-ler)
Ramon Foster ...........................................(Ruh-moan)
Javon Hargrave ........................................(Jay-von)
Farrington Huguenin .................................(HUEG-in-in)
Tyler Matakevich ......................................(Matt-uh-kev-ich)
Phazahn Odom ........................................(Fay-zawn)
Ben Roethlisberger ...................................(Roth-lis-ber-ger)
Ryan Shazier ............................................(Shay-zier)
Fitzgerald Toussaint .................................(Too-saunt)
Stephon Tuitt ............................................(Steff-on Too-it)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 POSITIONAL ROSTER
OFFENSE (42)

NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ 2017 GP/GS
QUARTERBACKS (4)
3 Landry Jones QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13 0/0
5 Joshua Dobbs QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17 0/0
7 Ben Roethlisberger QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04 0/0
8 Bart Houston QB 6-4 235 12/16/92 24 R Wisconsin Dublin, CA UDFA '17 0/0
RUNNING BACKS (8)
26 Le'Veon Bell RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13 0/0
30-O James Conner RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17 0/0
33 Fitzgerald Toussaint RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15 0/0
34 Knile Davis RB 5-11 227 10/05/91 25 5 Arkansas Missouri City, TX UFA '17 (KC) 0/0
35-O Trey Williams RB 5-7 200 12/11/92 24 2 Texas A&M Spring, TX FA '17 0/0
38-O Brandon Brown-Dukes RB 5-8 200 04/29/92 25 1 Mercyhurst Orlando, FL UDFA '16 0/0
39-O Terrell Watson RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
45 Roosevelt Nix FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15 0/0
WIDE RECEIVERS (10)
10 Martavis Bryant WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14 0/0
11 Justin Hunter WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF) 0/0
14 Sammie Coates WR 6-1 212 03/31/93 24 3 Auburn Leroy, AL D3 '15 0/0
15 Demarcus Ayers WR 5-11 190 07/07/94 23 1 Houston Lancaster, TX D7a '16 0/0
16 Marcus Tucker WR 5-10 190 06/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16 0/0
17 Eli Rogers WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15 0/0
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17 0/0
83 Cobi Hamilton WR 6-2 201 11/13/90 26 2 Arkansas Texarkana, TX FA '16 0/0
84 Antonio Brown WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10 0/0
88 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND) 0/0
TIGHT ENDS (5)
80 Jake McGee TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 25 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17 0/0
81 Jesse James TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15 0/0
82 David Johnson TE 6-2 260 08/26/87 30 9 Arkansas State Pine Bluff, AR FA '16 0/0
85 Xavier Grimble TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 24 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15 0/0
87 Phazahn Odom TE 6-8 251 06/08/94 23 R Fordham Barnwell, SC UDFA '17 0/0
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (15)
53 Maurkice Pouncey C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10 0/0
61 Kyle Friend C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17 0/0
64-O Ethan Cooper G 6-2 322 06/11/95 22 R Indiana (PA) Steelton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
65-O Jerald Hawkins OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 23 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16 0/0
66 David DeCastro G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12 0/0
67 B.J. Finney C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15 0/0
68 Jake Rodgers OT 6-6 320 09/10/91 25 1 Eastern Washington Spokane, WA FA '17 0/0
69-O Brian Mihalik OT 6-9 302 08/21/92 25 2 Boston College Avon Lake, OH FA '16 0/0
71 Matt Feiler OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16 0/0
72 Lucas Crowley C 6-3 290 09/07/94 22 R North Carolina Ponte Vedra, FL FA '16 (ARZ) 0/0
73 Ramon Foster G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09 0/0
74 Chris Hubbard C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13 0/0
76 Keavon Milton OT 6-4 320 06/23/90 27 2 Louisiana-Monroe Canton, TX FA '16 0/0
77 Marcus Gilbert OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11 0/0
78 Alejandro Villanueva OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 28 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14 0/0

DEFENSE (44)

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (11)


62 Francis Kallon DE 6-5 295 02/02/94 23 R Georgia Tech London, England, United Kingdom UDFA '17 0/0
64-D Christian Brown DE 6-3 295 08/31/93 23 R West Virginia Fort Myers, FL UDFA '17 0/0
65-D Lavon Hooks DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17 0/0
69-D Roy Philon DT 6-3 291 03/26/91 26 1 Louisville Lexington, KY FA '17 0/0
79 Javon Hargrave DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16 0/0
91 Stephon Tuitt DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14 0/0
93 Daniel McCullers DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14 0/0
94 Tyson Alualu DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX) 0/0
95 Johnny Maxey DE 6-5 283 10/19/93 23 1 Mars Hill Columbia, SC UDFA '16 0/0
96 L.T. Walton DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15 0/0
97 Cameron Heyward DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11 0/0
LINEBACKERS (15)
41 Farrington Huguenin LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17 0/0
44 Tyler Matakevich LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16 0/0
46-D Matt Galambos LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17 0/0
48 Bud Dupree LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15 0/0
49-D Austin Gearing LB 6-5 250 07/08/94 23 R Miami (OH) Franklin, OH UDFA'17 0/0
50 Ryan Shazier LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 24 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14 0/0
51 Steven Johnson LB 6-1 237 03/28/88 29 6 Kansas Media, PA UFA '16 (TEN) 0/0
54 L.J. Fort LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '15 0/0
55 Arthur Moats LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF) 0/0
56 Anthony Chickillo LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15 0/0
57 Keith Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17 0/0
90 T.J. Watt LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 22 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17 0/0
92 James Harrison LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14 0/0
98 Vince Williams LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13 0/0
99 Keion Adams LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17 0/0
DEFENSIVE BACKS (18)
20 Cameron Sutton CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17 0/0
21 Robert Golden S 5-11 202 09/13/90 26 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12 0/0
22 William Gay CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13 0/0
23 Mike Mitchell S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR) 0/0
24 Coty Sensabaugh CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG) 0/0
25 Artie Burns CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16 0/0
27 Senquez Golson CB 5-9 176 07/07/93 24 3 Mississippi Pascagoula, MS D2 '15 0/0
28 Sean Davis S 6-1 202 10/23/93 23 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16 0/0
29 Brian Allen CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 23 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17 0/0
30-D Malik Golden S 6-0 205 04/27/93 24 R Penn State Hartford, CT UDFA '17 0/0
31 Ross Cockrell CB 6-0 191 08/06/91 26 4 Duke Waxhaw, NC FA '15 0/0
33-D JaCorey Shepherd CB 5-11 199 03/29/93 24 2 Kansas Mount Pleasant, TX FA '17 0/0
35-D Brandon Dixon CB 5-11 203 04/26/90 27 2 Northwest Missouri State Pompano Beach, FL FA '16 0/0
37 Jordan Dangerfield S 5-11 199 12/25/90 26 2 Towson Elmont, NY FA '15 0/0
38-D Greg Ducre CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 3 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
39-D Terrish Webb S 5-10 190 09/07/95 21 R Pittsburgh Clairton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
40 Mike Hilton CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16 0/0
42 Jacob Hagen S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16 0/0

SPECIALISTS (4)
4 Jordan Berry P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15 0/0
9 Chris Boswell K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15 0/0
46-O Kameron Canaday LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17 0/0
49 Colin Holba LS 6-4 248 07/08/94 23 R Louisville Louisville, KY D6 '17 0/0

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Daimion Stafford S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN) 0/0

Experience Includes 2017 Season


Number of Players on Active Roster: 90

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


Assistant Coaches:
John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive Coordinator);
Danny Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks); Carnell Lake
(Defensive Backs); Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside Linebackers); Joey
Porter (Outside Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve Meyer (Coaching Asst.);
Daniel Martin Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ 2017 GP/GS
15th YEAR (1)
92 James Harrison LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14 0/0
14th YEAR (1)
7 Ben Roethlisberger QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04 0/0
11th YEAR (1)
22 William Gay CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13 0/0
9th YEAR (4)
23 Mike Mitchell S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR) 0/0
73 Ramon Foster G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09 0/0
82 David Johnson TE 6-2 260 08/26/87 30 9 Arkansas State Pine Bluff, AR FA '16 0/0
88 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND) 0/0
8th YEAR (4)
53 Maurkice Pouncey C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10 0/0
55 Arthur Moats LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF) 0/0
84 Antonio Brown WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10 0/0
94 Tyson Alualu DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX) 0/0
7th YEAR (2)
77 Marcus Gilbert OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11 0/0
97 Cameron Heyward DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11 0/0
6th YEAR (4)
21 Robert Golden S 5-11 202 09/13/90 26 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12 0/0
24 Coty Sensabaugh CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG) 0/0
51 Steven Johnson LB 6-1 237 03/28/88 29 6 Kansas Media, PA UFA '16 (TEN) 0/0
66 David DeCastro G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12 0/0
5th YEAR (5)
3 Landry Jones QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13 0/0
11 Justin Hunter WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF) 0/0
26 Le'Veon Bell RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13 0/0
34 Knile Davis RB 5-11 227 10/05/91 25 5 Arkansas Missouri City, TX UFA '17 (KC) 0/0
98 Vince Williams LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13 0/0
4th YEAR (6)
31 Ross Cockrell CB 6-0 191 08/06/91 26 4 Duke Waxhaw, NC FA '15 0/0
33 Fitzgerald Toussaint RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15 0/0
50 Ryan Shazier LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 24 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14 0/0
74 Chris Hubbard C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13 0/0
91 Stephon Tuitt DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14 0/0
93 Daniel McCullers DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14 0/0
3rd YEAR (14)
4 Jordan Berry P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15 0/0
9 Chris Boswell K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15 0/0
10 Martavis Bryant WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14 0/0
14 Sammie Coates WR 6-1 212 03/31/93 24 3 Auburn Leroy, AL D3 '15 0/0
17 Eli Rogers WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15 0/0
27 Senquez Golson CB 5-9 176 07/07/93 24 3 Mississippi Pascagoula, MS D2 '15 0/0
38-D Greg Ducre CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 3 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
45 Roosevelt Nix FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15 0/0
48 Bud Dupree LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15 0/0
54 L.J. Fort LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '15 0/0
56 Anthony Chickillo LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15 0/0
78 Alejandro Villanueva OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 28 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14 0/0
81 Jesse James TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15 0/0
96 L.T. Walton DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15 0/0
2nd YEAR (14)
25 Artie Burns CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16 0/0
28 Sean Davis S 6-1 202 10/23/93 23 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16 0/0
33-D JaCorey Shepherd CB 5-11 199 03/29/93 24 2 Kansas Mount Pleasant, TX FA '17 0/0
35-O Trey Williams RB 5-7 200 12/11/92 24 2 Texas A&M Spring, TX FA '17 0/0
35-D Brandon Dixon CB 5-11 203 04/26/90 27 2 Northwest Missouri State Pompano Beach, FL FA '16 0/0
37 Jordan Dangerfield S 5-11 199 12/25/90 26 2 Towson Elmont, NY FA '15 0/0
44 Tyler Matakevich LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16 0/0
65-O Jerald Hawkins OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 23 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16 0/0
67 B.J. Finney C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15 0/0
69-O Brian Mihalik OT 6-9 302 08/21/92 25 2 Boston College Avon Lake, OH FA '16 0/0
76 Keavon Milton OT 6-4 320 06/23/90 27 2 Louisiana-Monroe Canton, TX FA '16 0/0
79 Javon Hargrave DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16 0/0
83 Cobi Hamilton WR 6-2 201 11/13/90 26 2 Arkansas Texarkana, TX FA '16 0/0
85 Xavier Grimble TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 24 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15 0/0
1st YEAR (15)
15 Demarcus Ayers WR 5-11 190 07/07/94 23 1 Houston Lancaster, TX D7a '16 0/0
16 Marcus Tucker WR 5-10 190 06/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16 0/0
38-O Brandon Brown-Dukes RB 5-8 200 04/29/92 25 1 Mercyhurst Orlando, FL UDFA '16 0/0
39-O Terrell Watson RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17 0/0
40 Mike Hilton CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16 0/0
41 Farrington Huguenin LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17 0/0
42 Jacob Hagen S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16 0/0
46-O Kameron Canaday LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17 0/0
61 Kyle Friend C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17 0/0
65-D Lavon Hooks DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17 0/0
68 Jake Rodgers OT 6-6 320 09/10/91 25 1 Eastern Washington Spokane, WA FA '17 0/0
69-D Roy Philon DT 6-3 291 03/26/91 26 1 Louisville Lexington, KY FA '17 0/0
71 Matt Feiler OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16 0/0
80 Jake McGee TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 25 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17 0/0
95 Johnny Maxey DE 6-5 283 10/19/93 23 1 Mars Hill Columbia, SC UDFA '16 0/0
ROOKIES (19)
5 Joshua Dobbs QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17 0/0
8 Bart Houston QB 6-4 235 12/16/92 24 R Wisconsin Dublin, CA UDFA '17 0/0
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17 0/0
20 Cameron Sutton CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17 0/0
29 Brian Allen CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 23 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17 0/0
30-D Malik Golden S 6-0 205 04/27/93 24 R Penn State Hartford, CT UDFA '17 0/0
30-O James Conner RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17 0/0
39-D Terrish Webb S 5-10 190 09/07/95 21 R Pittsburgh Clairton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
46-D Matt Galambos LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17 0/0
49-D Austin Gearing LB 6-5 250 07/08/94 23 R Miami (OH) Franklin, OH UDFA'17 0/0
49-O Colin Holba LS 6-4 248 07/08/94 23 R Louisville Louisville, KY D6 '17 0/0
57 Keith Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17 0/0
62 Francis Kallon DE 6-5 295 02/02/94 23 R Georgia Tech London, England, United Kingdom UDFA '17 0/0
64-O Ethan Cooper G 6-2 322 06/11/95 22 R Indiana (PA) Steelton, PA UDFA '17 0/0
64-D Christian Brown DE 6-3 295 08/31/93 23 R West Virginia Fort Myers, FL UDFA '17 0/0
72 Lucas Crowley C 6-3 290 09/07/94 22 R North Carolina Ponte Vedra, FL FA '16 (ARZ) 0/0
87 Phazahn Odom TE 6-8 251 06/08/94 23 R Fordham Barnwell, SC UDFA '17 0/0
90 T.J. Watt LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 22 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17 0/0
99 Keion Adams LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17 0/0

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Daimion Stafford S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN) 0/0

INJURED RESERVE
62 Mike Matthews C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17 0/0

Experience Includes 2017 Season


Number of Players on Active Roster: 90

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


Assistant Coaches: John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive Coordinator);
Danny Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks); Carnell Lake
(Defensive Backs); Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside Linebackers); Joey
Porter (Outside Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve Meyer (Coaching Asst.);
Daniel Martin Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
2017 ROSTER MOVES
Date Pos. Name Transaction Date Pos. Name Transaction
1/24/17 RB Gus Johnson Reserve/Future Contract 5/16/17 TE Ryan Malleck Released
1/24/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Reserve/Future Contract 5/16/17 CB Devonte Johnson Released
1/24/17 RB Karlos Williams Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 LB Akil Blount Released
1/24/17 RB Dreamius Smith Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 QB Nick Schuessler Released
1/24/17 CB Brandon Dixon Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 WR Canaan Severin Signed Contract
1/24/17 CB Mike Hilton Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 QB Bart Houston Signed Contract
1/24/17 OL Keavon Milton Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
1/24/17 OL Matt Feiler Reserve/Future Contract 5/18/17 LS Greg Warren Released (Failed Physical)
1/24/17 S Jacob Hagen Reserve/Future Contract 5/18/17 TE Ladarius Green Released (Failed Physical)
1/24/17 WR Marcus Tucker Reserve/Future Contract 5/18/17 RB Terrell Watson Signed Contract
1/24/17 WR Dez Stewart Reserve/Future Contract 5/22/17 QB Joshua Dobbs Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
1/27/17 LB Farrington Huguenin Reserve/Future Contract 5/30/17 P A.J. Hughes Released
1/30/17 CB Greg Ducre Reserve/Future Contract 5/30/17 S Daimion Stafford Signed One-Year Contract (UFA, TEN)
2/2/17 LS Greg Warren Re-Signed (One-Year Contract) 5/30/17 LS Kameron Canaday Signed Contract
2/6/17 CB Justin Gilbert Released 6/13/17 CB Cameron Sutton Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
2/13/17 DT Lavon Hooks Signed Contract 6/14/17 RB Rushel Shell Released
2/13/17 DT Roy Philon Signed Contract 6/14/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Signed Contract
2/14/17 CB Devonte Johnson Signed Contract 6/14/17 LB T.J. Watt Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
2/14/17 LB Akil Blount Signed Contract 7/27/17 OT Alejandro Villanueva Signed New Contract (Four Years)
2/14/17 LB Jason Fanaika Signed Contract 7/2717 WR Sammie Coates Placed on PUP List
2/14/17 OL Kyle Friend Signed Contract 7/27/17 WR Canaan Severin Placed on PUP List
2/14/17 OL Mike Matthews Signed Contract 7/27/17 S Daimion Stafford Placed on Did Not Report List
2/14/17 RB Trey Williams Signed Contract 7/28/17 S Malik Golden Signed Contract
2/15/17 LB Steven Johnson Re-Signed (One-Year Contract) 7/29/17 WR Canaan Severin Activated from PUP List
2/21/17 LS Kameron Canady Signed Contract 8/2/17 TE Scott Orndoff Waived/Injured
2/21/17 P A.J. Hughes Signed Contract 8/2/17 TE Jake McGee Signed
2/22/17 TE Ryan Malleck Signed Contract 8/3/17 TE Scott Orndoff Reserve/Injured List
2/27/17 RB Le’Veon Bell Exclusive Franchise Tag 8/5/17 DE Nelson Adams Released
2/27/17 WR Antonio Brown Signed New Contract (Five Years) 8/5/17 CB JaCorey Shepherd Signed
3/1/17 LB James Harrison Re-Signed (Two-Year Contract) 8/8/17 C Mike Matthews Waived/Injured
3/6/17 OT Ryan Harris Reserve/Retired List 8/817 C Lucas Crowley Signed
3/9/17 TE David Johnson Re-Signed (Two-Year Contract) 8/14/17 WR Canaan Severin Released
3/9/17 QB Landry Jones Re-Signed (Two-Year Contract) 8/14/17 LB Austin Gearing Signed
3/9/17 RB Karlos Williams Released 8/16/17 WR Sammie Coates Activated from PUP List
3/15/17 WR Justin Hunter Signed One-Year Contract (UFA, BUF)
3/20/17 RB Knile Davis Signed One-Year Contract (UFA, KC)
3/20/17 CB Coty Sensabaugh Signed Two-Year Contract (UFA, NYG)
3/21/17 DE Tyson Alualu Signed Two-Year Contract (UFA, JAX)
4/6/17 G Chris Hubbard Signed Restricted Free Agent Tender
4/17/17 CB Ross Cockrell Signed Restricted Free Agent Tender
4/19/17 LB Jason Fanaika Released
4/25/17 WR Martavis Bryant Reinstated (Conditional Basis)
4/27/17 LB T.J. Watt Drafted
4/28/17 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Drafted
4/28/17 CB Cameron Sutton Drafted
4/28/17 RB James Conner Drafted
4/29/17 QB Joshua Dobbs Drafted
4/29/17 CB Brian Allen Drafted
4/29/17 LS Colin Holba Drafted
4/29/17 LB Keion Adams Drafted
4/29/17 DT Nelson Adams Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 DT Christian Brown Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 G Ethan Cooper Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 DE Francis Kallon Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 LB Keith Kelsey Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 TE Scott Orndoff Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 QB Nick Schuessler Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 RB Rushel Shell Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
4/29/17 CB Terrish Webb Agreed To Terms (UDFA)
5/1/17 QB Zach Mettenberger Released
5/2/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Released
5/2/17 RB Gus Johnson Released
5/2/17 WR Canaan Severin Released
5/2/17 CB Al-Hajj Shabazz Released
5/5/17 LS Kameron Canady Released
5/5/17 WR Dez Stewart Waived/Injured
5/5/17 OT Jake Rodgers Signed Contract
5/8/17 CB Brian Allen Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
5/10/17 LB Keion Adams Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
5/11/17 LS Colin Holba Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
5/11/17 RB James Conner Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
5/12/17 RB Dreamius Smith Released
5/16/17 LB Matt Galambos Signed Contract (UDFA)
5/16/17 TE Phazahn Odom Signed Contract (UDFA)
HOW THE 2017 STEELERS WERE BUILT

Year-Record (Finish) Draft Choices (33) Free Agents (30)


Undrafted Free Agents (18)
Unrestricted Free Agents (9)

2004: 15-1 (1st AFC North) QB Ben Roethlisberger (#1)


2009: 9-7 (3rd AFC North) G Ramon Foster UDF
2010: 12-4 (T-1st AFC North) C Maurkice Pouncey (#1)
WR Antonio Brown (#6b)
2011: 12-4 (T-1st AFC North) DE Cameron Heyward (#1)
OT Marcus Gilbert (#2)
2012: 8-8 (3rd AFC North) G David DeCastro (#1) S Robert Golden UDFA
2013: 8-8 (2nd AFC North) RB Le’Veon Bell (#2) CB William Gay FA
QB Landry Jones (#4b) C/G Chris Hubbard UDFA
LB Vince Williams (#6b)
2014: 11-5 (1st AFC North) LB Ryan Shazier (#1) OT Alejandro Villanueva FA
DE Stephon Tuitt (#2) S Mike Mitchell UFA (CAR)
WR Martavis Bryant (#4) LB James Harrison FA
DT Daniel McCullers (#6b) WR Darrius Heyward-Bey UFA (IND)
LB Arthur Moats UFA (BUF)
2015: 10-6 (2nd AFC North) LB Bud Dupree (#1) TE Xavier Grimble FA
CB Senquez Golson (#2) C/G B.J. Finney UDFA
WR Sammie Coates (#3) WR Eli Rogers UDFA
TE Jesse James (#5) P Jordan Berry FA
DE L.T. Walton (#6a) CB Ross Cockrell FA
LB Anthony Chickillo (#6b) RB Fitzgerald Toussaint FA
K Chris Boswell FA
S Jordan Dangerfield FA
LB L.J. Fort FA
FB Roosevelt Nix FA
2016: 11-5 (1st AFC North) CB Artie Burns (#1) TE David Johnson FA
S Sean Davis (#2) WR Cobi Hamilton FA
DT Javon Hargrave (#3) OT Brian Mihalik FA
OT Jerald Hawkins (#4) LB Steven Johnson UFA (TEN)
WR Demarcus Ayers (#7a) DE Johnny Maxey UDFA
LB Tyler Matakevich (#7b) WR Canaan Severin UDFA
WR Marcus Tucker UDFA
RB Brandon Brown-Dukes UDFA
CB Brandon Dixon FA
OT Keavon Milton FA
CB Mike Hilton FA
S Jacob Hagen FA
OT Matt Feiler FA
2017: 0-0 (T-1st AFC North) LB T.J. Watt (#1) DE Tyson Alualu UFA (JAX)
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (#2) CB Coty Sensabaugh UFA (NYG)
CB Cameron Sutton (#3a) WR Justin Hunter UFA (BUF)
RB James Conner (#3b) S Daimion Stafford UFA (TEN)
QB Joshua Dobbs (#4) RB Knile Davis UFA (KC)
CB Brian Allen (#5) CB Greg Ducre FA
LS Colin Holba (#6) RB Trey Williams FA
LB Keion Adams (#7) RB Terrell Watson FA
LB Farrington Huguenin FA
LS Kameron Canaday FA
C Kyle Friend FA
C Mike Matthews FA
DE Lavon Hooks FA
OT Jake Rodgers FA
DT Roy Philon FA
QB Bart Houston UDFA
S Terrish Webb UDFA
LB Matt Galambos UDFA
LB Keith Kelsey UDFA
DE Francis Kallon UDFA
G Ethan Cooper UDFA
DE Christian Brown UDFA
TE Phazahn Odom UDFA
S Malik Golden FA
TE Jake McGee FA
CB JaCorey Shepherd FA
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
COMMUNICATIONS
Burt Lauten - Director of Communications
Dominick Rinelli - Public Relations/Media Manager PITTSBURGH STEELERS
Angela Tegnelia - Public Relations Assistant 3400 South Water Street • Pittsburgh, PA 15203
412-432-7820 • Fax: 412-432-7878
www.steelers.com

PITTSBURGH STEELERS (4-2)


vs.

CINCINNATI BENGALS (2-3)


Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017 • 4:25 p.m. (ET) • Heinz Field • Pittsburgh, Pa.

REGULAR SEASON GAME #7 PITTSBURGH STEELERS


2017 SCHEDULE
Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2)
vs. PRESEASON (3-1)

Cincinnati Bengals (2-3) Friday, Aug. 11 @ New York Giants W, 20-12 (KDKA)
Sunday, Aug. 20 ATLANTA W, 17-13 (KDKA)
DATE: Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017 | KICKOFF: 4:25 p.m. ET
Saturday, Aug. 26 INDIANAPOLIS L, 19-15 (KDKA)
SITE: Heinz Field (68,400) • Pittsburgh, Pa. Thursday, Aug. 31 @ Carolina W, 17-14 (KDKA)
PLAYING SURFACE: Natural Grass
REGULAR SEASON (4-2)
TV COVERAGE: CBS (locally KDKA-TV, channel 2)
Sunday, Sept. 10 @ Cleveland W, 21-18 (CBS)
ANNOUNCERS: Jim Nantz (play-by-play)
Sunday, Sept. 17 MINNESOTA W, 26-9 (FOX)
Tony Romo (analyst) | Tracy Wolfson (sideline)
Sunday, Sept. 24 @ Chicago L, 23-17 OT (CBS)
LOCAL RADIO: Steelers Radio Network
Sunday, Oct. 1 @ Baltimore W, 26-9 (CBS)
WDVE-FM (102.5)/WBGG-AM (970)
Sunday, Oct. 8 JACKSONVILLE L, 30-9 (CBS)
ANNOUNCERS: Bill Hillgrove (play-by-play) Sunday, Oct. 15 @ Kansas City W, 19-13 (CBS)
Tunch Ilkin (analyst) | Craig Wolfley (sideline) Sunday, Oct. 22 CINCINNATI 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Sunday, Oct. 29 @ Detroit* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
A LOOK AT THE COACHES Sunday, Nov. 5 BYE WEEK
Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin Sunday, Nov. 12 @ Indianapolis* 1 p.m. (CBS)
Overall regular-season record: 107-59 (.645)/11th season Thursday, Nov. 16 TENNESSEE 8:25 p.m. (NBC/
Regular-season record with Pittsburgh: 107-59 (.645)/11th season NFL Network/Amazon)
Playoff Record/Years: 8-6 (.571)/seven years Sunday, Nov. 26 GREEN BAY* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Monday, Dec. 4 @ Cincinnati 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis Sunday, Dec. 10 BALTIMORE* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Overall regular-season record: 120-106-3 (.531)/15th season
Sunday, Dec. 17 NEW ENGLAND* 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Regular-season record with Cincinnati: 120-106-3 (.531)/15th season
Monday, Dec. 25 @ Houston 4:30 p.m. (NBC/
Playoff Record/Years: 0-7 (.000)/seven years
NFL Network/Amazon)
Sunday, Dec. 31 CLEVELAND* 1 p.m. (CBS)
www.steelers.com
For all of the most up-to-date information on the * - Times may change due to flexible scheduling
Pittsburgh Steelers, visit the team’s official web site POSTSEASON

at www.steelers.com Updated daily, the web site has Sat.-Sun., Jan. 6-7 Wild Card Weekend
the most extensive information on upcoming games Sat.-Sun., Jan. 13-14 Divisional Playoff Games
and the most comprehensive news on the Steelers. Sunday, Jan. 21 Conference Championships
Sunday, Jan. 28 Pro Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)
Sunday, Feb. 4 Super Bowl LII (Minneapolis, Minn.)

NOTE: All times are Eastern | Home games in Bold CAPS


STEELERS RADIO COVERAGE

For the 19th consecutive year, WDVE-FM (102.5) and WBGG-AM (970)
are carrying all Steelers games.
Additionally, Steelers games can be heard on a 48-station network
spanning Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, New York and
South Carolina. All Steelers’ games will be broadcast in Spanish on
steelers.com.
For the 24th straight season, Bill Hillgrove serves as the “Voice of
the Steelers” and handles play-by-play duties for the broadcast. Joining
Hillgrove for his 19th season as an expert analyst is Tunch Ilkin, the
former Steelers All-Pro offensive tackle. Joining the team for his 15th
season is former Steeler offensive lineman Craig Wolfley, who provides
sideline analysis.
Fans in Mexico can also listen to Steelers broadcasts on Grupo Im-
MEDIA NOTES agen and games are heard on www.steelers.com/espanol. Stations on
the Steelers Radio Network include:
— WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE —
Steelers’ Head Coach Mike Tomlin will conduct a press conference on FLAGSHIP STATIONS (2)
Tuesday, Oct. 17, at approximately Noon in the Steelers’ press conference WDVE-FM (102.5)
room at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex. WBGG-AM (970)
PENNSYLVANIA (31) OHIO (4)
— OFFICIAL STEELERS WEBSITE — Altoona-WVAM (1430) Columbus-WYTS (1230)
Media and fans can read about the latest Steelers news on the official Altoona-WRKY (104.9) Columbus-WYTS (105.3)
Steelers website. The site, www.steelers.com, features breaking news Beaver Falls-WBVP (1230) Fremont-WOHF (92.1)
statistics, player biographies and much more. Beaver Falls-WMBA (1460) Youngstown-WNIO (1390)
Bedford-WBVE (107.5)
MARYLAND (4)
Bradford-WESB (1490)
— MEDIA-ONLY SECTION OF www.steelers.com — Butler-WISR (680)
Cumberland-WRQE (106.1)
Frederick-WFMD (930)
The Steelers Media Relations Department offers a “Media-Only” section Chambersburg-WCHA (800)
Frostburg-WFRB (560)
on steelers.com. To sign up for this service, go to Clarendon-WKNB (104.3)
Hagerstown-WHAG (1410)
http://www.steelers.com/mediarelations/ and register as a new user Clarion-WCCR (92.7)
Cooperstown-WUUZ (107.7) WEST VIRGINIA (7)
below the left hand navigation bar. Then follow the instructions on the
DuBois-WOWQ (102.1) Fairmont-WRLF (94.3)
Media Relations page and once your registration is approved, you
Erie-WRKT (100.9) Fairmont-WMMN (920)
will receive an email and can access all information. If you have any Gettysburg-WGET (1320) Huntington-WVHU (800)
questions or problems, please email steelersdigest@yahoo.com. Grove City-WWGY (95.1) New Martinsville-WXCR (92.3)
— NFLCOMMUNICATIONS.COM — Homer City-WCCS (1160) St. Mary’s-WJAW (630)
Johnstown-WNTJ (1490) Wheeling-WBBD (1400)
Journalists worldwide have access to the dedicated media website
Johnstown-WRKW (99.1)
featuring news from the NFL and its teams. Daily releases, statistics, SOUTH CAROLINA (1)
Latrobe-WCNS (1480)
Myrtle Beach-WRXZ (107.1)
domestic and international NFL updates and other information Milton-WVLY (100.9)
about the NFL are available. Mount Union-WHUN (106.9)
Punxsutawney-WPXZ (104.1)
Riverside/Selinsgrove-WVSL (92.3)
STEELERS NATION HD RADIO Saegertown-WUUZ (94.3)
Steelers Nation Radio is a 24-hour/day HD radio station Somerset-WNTI (990)
dedicated specifically to the Pittsburgh Steelers. It can be Starview-WONN (92.7)
heard on www.steelers.com, the official Steelers app or the State College-WQWK (1450)
Uniontown-WMBS (590)
iheart app on your smartphone, and at 102.5 WDVE HD2.
Washington-WJPA (1450)
A daily schedule of what is on Steelers Nation HD Radio Williamsport-WCXR (99.3)
is available at www.facebook.com/steelersnationradio. Williamsport-WZXR (103.7)

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE


(Subject to change)
TUESDAY, OCT. 17 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 THURSDAY, OCT. 19 FRIDAY, OCT. 20 SATURDAY, OCT. 21 SUNDAY, OCT. 22 MONDAY, OCT. 23
• Coach Tomlin Press • Player availability open locker • Player availability open locker • Practice 10:45 a.m. - • No media availability 4:25 p.m. (ET) TBA
Conference: Noon Live on room 9:30 - 10 a.m. room 12:30 - 12:45 p.m. 12:30 p.m. Home Game
Steelers.com vs. Cincinnati Bengals
• Practice 1:15 - 3:15 p.m. • Practice 1 - 3 p.m. • Player availability open (Heinz Field)
locker room 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. CBS
• Post-practice player • Post-practice player (locally KDKA-TV,
availability 3:15 - 3:45 p.m. availability 3 - 3:30 p.m. • Coach Tomlin available upon
Channel 2)
request after practice
• Coach Tomlin available upon • Coach Tomlin available upon
request after practice request after practice

• Coordinators available after


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2017 SCHEDULE NOTES A TRIBUTE TO DAN ROONEY
The Steelers are slated to appear in five nationally televised Throughout the 2017 season,
primetime games during the NFL’s 2017 regular season, and Steelers players will sport a
on Christmas Day, this season. patch on the right side of their jer-
The Steelers’ five nationally televised primetime games are seys in memory of the late Chair-
scheduled in a span of seven weeks, including three at Heinz man Ambassador Dan Rooney.
Field. The patch - with Rooney’s initials
Pittsburgh’s three home nationally televised primetime games - DMR - which stands for Daniel
in 2017 consist of hosting the Tennessee Titans in Week 11 on Milton Rooney - is lovingly envel-
Thursday Night Football (NBC, 8:25 p.m.) on Nov. 16, the Green oped in black and gold shamrock
Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football on Nov. 26 in Week 12 to honor, remember and show
(NBC, 8:30 p.m.) and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night love and respect for the man who
Football in Week 14 on Dec. 10 (NBC, 8:30 p.m.). was more than an owner, but family to the players.
The Steelers’ two other primetime matchups in 2017 will occur
on the road in Weeks 8 and 13. The team will travel to face the
Detroit Lions in Week 8 (Oct. 29) for a Sunday Night Football tilt STEELERS HALL OF HONOR
(NBC, 8:30 p.m.), and at the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13 (Dec.
4) for a Monday Night Football game (ESPN, 8:30 p.m.) The Steelers announced their inaugural Hall of Honor class on
For the second consecutive year, and for the second time in Aug. 29 at an event in the PNC Champions Club at Heinz Field.
franchise history, the Steelers will play on Christmas Day. Pitts- Twenty-seven members were announced in the class who will be
burgh will travel to Houston for a Monday, Dec. 25 matchup at inducted during a formal ceremony during Alumni Weekend (Nov.
the Texans (NBC, 4:30 p.m.). 25-26), and the inaugural class will be introduced during halftime
The Steelers’ bye week will be on Nov. 5 (Week 9). of the Steelers game vs. the Green Bay Packers on Nov. 26.
The inaugural class includes the following (in alphabetical
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED order):

The Steelers will log just 6,694 miles traveled during the 2017 • Jerome Bettis
season - the fewest miles among all 32 NFL teams: • Mel Blount
• Terry Bradshaw
FEWEST MILES TRAVELED IN 2017 • Jack Butler
TEAM NUMBER OF MILES TRAVELED • Dermontti Dawson
Pittsburgh 6,694 • Bill Dudley
Cincinnati 7,662 • Joe Greene
Green Bay 8,074 • Kevin Greene
Detroit 8,218 • L.C. Greenwood
Chicago 8,318
• Jack Ham
Based on the estimated round-trip distance for every regular-season road game
• Franco Harris
• Dick Hoak
• John Henry Johnson
@SteelersPRDept • Walt Kiesling
• Jack Lambert
The Steelers Communications Department has • Bobby Layne
created a Twitter account – @SteelersPRDept – for • John McNally
media to follow for news and information relating to • Chuck Noll
the team. The department’s Twitter account is the • Arthur J. Rooney, Sr.
the primary platform for how the team disseminates • Daniel M. Rooney
news and information including press releases, • Andy Russell
media advisories, practice and media availability • Donnie Shell
times and more. • John Stallworth
• Ernie Stautner
• Lynn Swann
• Mike Webster
• Rod Woodson

Each inductee will receive a replica of a solid steel football,


which will replicate the original that was given to Steelers’ founder
Art Rooney Sr. by the United States Steel Corporation and United
Steel Workers in 1982 on the occasion of the team’s 50th Season.
They will be part of a display to be located inside the FedEx
Great Hall at Heinz Field.
The Steelers announced plans for a Hall of Honor on Aug. 1.
The Hall of Honor will induct former players, coaches, and front
office personnel who were integral in creating and sustaining the
franchise’s success dating back to when the team was founded
in 1933.
STEELERS 2017 DRAFT CLASS 2017 BY THE NUMBERS
LB T.J. Watt (1st round, 30th overall): Played collegiately at 3RD
the University of Wisconsin...appeared in 27 games, making 14 LB T.J. Watt became the third player in NFL history - first on
starts, over a two-year span...recorded 70 tackles, including 17 Kickoff Weekend - to record 2.0 sacks and an interception in an
stops for losses and 11.5 sacks in his career. NFL debut, accomplishing the feat in Week One at Cleveland.
He joined Charles Glaze (Oct. 4, 1987) and Tommy Haynes
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (2nd round, 62nd overall): Played (Oct. 4, 1987).
collegiately at the University of Southern California...totaled 213
catches for 3,092 yards with 25 touchdown catches in 40 games
played (39 starts). 10TH
TE Jesse James opened the 2017 season with his first career
RB James Conner (3rd round, 105th overall): Finished his Uni- multi-touchdown game - catching two scoring tosses from
versity of Pittsburgh career second on the school’s all-time charts QB Ben Roethlisberger. It marked the 10th such game by a
for rushing yards (3,733), total touchdowns (56) and rushing Steelers tight end since 1960 and first since 2012 (Heath Miller,
touchdowns (52) charts, while setting Atlantic Coast Conference Sept. 23, at Oakland).
records in total touchdowns and rushing touchdowns.

QB Joshua Dobbs (4th round, 135th overall): Compiled a 23-12 11-182


record as a starting quarterback at the University of Tennessee, The number of receptions - a new Steelers Kickoff Weekend
including 3-0 in Bowl games...his collegiate numbers include team record - WR Antonio Brown hauled in at Cleveland - for
9,360 yards of total offense (7,138 passing, 2,160 rushing and 62 182 receiving yards - the second-most by a Steeler in a Week
receiving), while setting school records for career rushing yards by One game.
a quarterback, career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (32)
and single-season rushing scores by a quarterback (12 in 2016). 20
The number of sacks the Steelers defense has tallied in in
DB Brian Allen (5th round, 173rd overall): Appeared in 42 2017 - tied for second-best on the season.
games at the University of Utah, making 12 starts, and tallied
62 tackles (44 solo), 14 passes defensed and five interceptions. 17.0
Pittsburgh ranks fourth in the NFL in holding opponents to an
average of 17.0 points per game.

STEELERS PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 30


WR Antonio Brown recorded the 30th 100-yard receiving
game of his NFL career on Kickoff Weekend - breaking a tie
Tyson Alualu......................... (AH-loo AH-loo)
with Hines Ward (29) for the most such games in team history.
Le’Veon Bell ......................... (Lay-vee-on)
Anthony Chickillo ................. (Chick-il-oh) 32:12
Matt Feiler ............................ (Fy-ler) The average time of possession for the Steelers’ offense per
game in 2017 - the third-best average in the NFL.
Ramon Foster ...................... (Ruh-moan)
Javon Hargrave.................... (Jay-von) 50
Tyler Matakevich .................. (Matt-uh-kev-ich) QB Ben Roethlisberger won his 50th game as a starter vs. an
Ben Roethlisberger .............. (Roth-lis-ber-ger) AFC North opponent in Week One, quarterbacking the Steelers
to a 21-18 win at Cleveland.
Ryan Shazier ....................... (Shay-zier)
Stephon Tuitt ........................ (Steff-on Too-it) 104
WR Antonio Brown set an NFL record for the fewest games
to reach 650 career receptions in his 104th in Week Three at
Chicago.

125
QB Ben Roethlisberger became the seventh player in NFL
history to record 125 regular-season wins as a starter with a
26-9 win in Week Two vs. Minnesota.

272.0
The Steelers defense ranks third in the NFL in total defense -
holding opponents to an average of 272.0 yards per game.

1998
The last time the Steelers recovered a punt blocked for a
touchdown - LB Anthony Chickillo recovered a punt blocked
by LB Tyler Matakevich in the end zone in Week One at
Cleveland.
FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME AT KANSAS CITY FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME AT KANSAS CITY
THE STEELERS QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER
• Pittsburgh is 4-2 (3-1 on the road) and 3-1 against • Completed 17-of-25 passes for game-high 252 yards,
AFC teams in 2017. including a 51-yard touchdown throw to WR Antonio
• The Steelers are 22-10 in regular-season history Brown. Finished with a passer rating of 97.4.
against the Chiefs (11-6 on the road). • Improved to 127-62 as a starter during the regular
• Pittsburgh improved to 10-2 in regular-season games season (57-39 on the road).
against Kansas City in the month of October (6-2 on • Increased his Steelers franchise record for the most
the road in the month). wins as a starting quarterback to 127 (Terry Bradshaw,
• Pittsburgh has won each of its previous two regular- 107).
season games against Kansas City. • Is now 6-1 against Kansas City in the regular season
• Pittsburgh has won each of its last seven regular- as a starter (2-1 on the road).
season road games against AFC teams, dating back
to Nov. 20, 2016 at the Cleveland Browns. RB Le’VEON BELL
• The Steelers are 448-284-2 during the regular season • Totaled game-highs in rushing attempts (32), rushing
since 1970. yards (179), yards from scrimmage (191) and added a
• Pittsburgh is now 245-144-1 in the regular season rushing touchdown.
during the free agency era – joining the New England • His 179 rushing yards tie as the tenth-most in a single-
Patriots and Green Bay Packers as the only teams with game in Steelers history and the fourth-most in his NFL
at least 245 wins since 1993. regular-season career.
• Pittsburgh was credited with a safety on the Chiefs’ • Registered at least 150 yards from scrimmage for the
first offensive possession of the game – the team’s first 13th time in his NFL career during the regular season,
safety scored since Dec. 4, 2016 vs. New York Giants. breaking a tie with Franco Harris for the most such
• Held Kansas City to six total yards of offense in the games in Steelers history.
first half – the second-fewest yards allowed in the first • Scored the 30th rushing touchdown of his regular-
half by the Steelers in the last 25 seasons (0, Dec. 15, season career, breaking a tie with Rashard Mendenhall
2002 vs. Carolina). (29) for the sole possession of the fifth-most rushing
touchdowns in Steelers history.
HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN • Broke into a tie with Merril Hoge for the sole possession
• Improved his regular-season record to 107-59 since of the 13th-most touchdowns from scrimmage in team
becoming the Steelers’ head coach in 2007 (47-37 on history, with 35.
the road). • Increased his career rushing yards total to 4,595 – the
• Improved to 5-2 as the Steelers’ head coach in fourth-most rushing yards by a Steeler in team history.
regular-season games vs. Kansas City (2-2 on the • Increased his career rushing yards total to 4,595 – the
road). fourth-most rushing yards by a Steeler in their first five
• Improved to 28-13 in regular-season games during years with the team.
the month of October (12-8 on the road). • Posted the 16th 100-yard rushing game of his NFL
• Is now 82-14 when the Steelers hold a lead at halftime. career and broke a tie with John Henry Johnson for
sole possession of the fifth-most 100-yard games in
WR ANTONIO BROWN Steelers history.
• Recorded game-highs in receptions (8) and receiving • Eclipsed 100 rushing yards in each of his three
yards (155), and added a 51-yard touchdown catch previous regular-season games vs. Kansas City.
from QB Ben Roethlisberger. • Has rushed for at least 150 yards for the fourth time in
• Has registered at least one reception in 114 a regular-season game in his NFL career, the second-
consecutive games in which he has played, including most such game in Steelers history (Franco Harris, 5).
the postseason – dating back to October 3, 2010. • Surpassed Heath Miller (6,577) for the sixth-most
• Has registered at least one reception in 105 scrimmage yards in team history, now with 6,756.
consecutive regular-season games – dating back to • Increased his career scrimmage yards total to 6,756
October 3, 2010. – the second-most by a Steeler in their first five years
• Reached 9,000 career receiving yards in 107 regular- with the team.
season games – marking the fewest games to the • Has posted at least 100 yards from scrimmage in 34
milestone in Steelers history (Hines Ward, 159). career regular-season games.
• Reached 9,000 career receiving yards in 107 regular- • Increased his reception total to 257 – the second-most
season games – tying Randy Moss for the fourth-fewest by a running back in Steelers history.
games to the milestone in NFL history. • Increased his receiving yards total to 2,161 – the
• Broke a tie with Lynn Swann (51) for sole possession third-most by a running back in Steelers history.
of the third-most touchdown receptions in Steelers • Set single-game career-highs for rushing attempts
history. (17) and rushing yards (99) in the first half of game.
• Recorded his 33rd career 100-yard receiving game • Eclipsed 100 yards from scrimmage (99 rushing / 3
– extending his record for the most such games in receiving) in the first half for the sixth time in the regular
Steelers history. season of his NFL career.
• Increased his reception total to 680– the second-most • Rushed for 71 yards in the first quarter, matching a
in team history. career-high for the most rushing yards in the opening
• Increased his receiving yards total to 9,077 – the quarter of a game (Nov. 13, 2014 vs. New Orleans).
second-most in team history.
• Increased his scrimmage yards total to 9,196 – the G DAVID DeCASTRO
fourth-most in team history. • Extended his consecutive regular-season games
started streak to 62 – the second-longest active
consecutive games started streak among NFL guards.
FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME AT KANSAS CITY THE STEELERS IN 2017
S SEAN DAVIS
• Led the Steelers and tied for the game high with 8 Regular Post
tackles (6 solo). Season Season
Overall: 4-2 0-0
CB WILLIAM GAY At Home: 1-1 0-0
• Extended his consecutive regular season games On the Road: 3-1 0-0
played streak to 166 – the longest active consecutive Neutral: 0-0 0-0
games played streak among NFL defensive players.
By Month:
LB JAMES HARRISON September 2-1 0-0
• Brought down Kansas City QB Alex Smith for a sack of October 2-1 0-0
eight yards on the Chiefs’ final possession of the game, November 0-0 0-0
increasing his Steelers sack total to 80.5 – the most December 0-0 0-0
January 0-0 0-0
by a Steeler since the statistic became official in 1982.
vs. AFC: 3-1 0-0
LB RYAN SHAZIER vs. AFC North 2-0 0-0
• Tallied 4 total tackles, all solo, tying for the second- vs. AFC East 0-0 0-0
most on the defense. vs. AFC South 0-1 0-0
vs. AFC West 1-0 0-0
LB VINCE WILLIAMS
• Posted his first career multi-sack game, finishing with vs. NFC: 1-1 0-0
2.0 and set a new single-season career high with 4.0 vs. NFC East 0-0 0-0
sacks in 2017 (2.0 in 2016). vs. NFC North 1-1 0-0
vs. NFC South 0-0 0-0
K CHRIS BOSWELL vs. NFC West 0-0 0-0
• Converted a 24-yard field goal in the second quarter,
improving to 11-of-13 on field goal attempts in 2017 When:
and 61-of-70 in his NFL career. When Scoring First: 3-1 0-0
When Opponent Scored First: 0-1 0-0
When Scoring 20 or More Points: 3-0 0-0
When Scoring Less Than 20 Points: 1-2 0-0
When Leading after the first quarter: 2-1 0-0
When Trailing after the first quarter: 1-1 0-0
When Tied after the first quarter: 1-0 0-0
When Leading at the Half: 4-0 0-0
When Trailing at the Half: 0-2 0-0
When Tied at the Half: 0-0 0-0
When Leading after three quarters: 4-0 0-0
When Trailing after three quarters: 0-2 0-0
When Tied after three quarters: 0-0 0-0
When Outrushing the Opponent: 3-0 0-0
With 35 or More Rushing Attempts: 2-0 0-0
With Less Than 25 Passing Attempts: 0-0 0-0
When Led in Time of Possession: 3-1 0-0
When Trailed in Time of Possession: 1-1 0-0

On Turf: 0-0 0-0


On Grass: 4-2 0-0

When led in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 2-0 0-0


When even in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 1-1 0-0
When trailed in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 1-1 0-0
With an Individual 100-Yard Rusher: 2-0 0-0
With an Individual 300-Yard Passer: 0-1 0-0
With an Individual 100-Yard Receiver: 2-2 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Rusher: 0-2 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 300-Yard Passer: 0-0 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Receiver: 0-0 0-0

When winning the coin toss: 3-1 0-0


When losing the coin toss: 1-1 0-0
When playing outdoors: 4-2 0-0
When playing indoors: 0-0 0-0
In overtime games: 0-1 0-0
STEELERS-BENGALS HISTORY THE LAST TIME VS. CINCINNATI
Series History: Series began in 1970
Overall Regular Season: Steelers lead, 58-35 Pittsburgh 24, Cincinnati 20
At Pittsburgh: Steelers lead, 31-16 December 18, 2016
At Cincinnati: Steelers lead, 27-19 Paul Brown Stadium (62,096)
Neutral Sites: n/a
Streak: Steelers won previous three meetings
CINCINNATI - QB Ben Roethlisberger threw a 24-yard
touchdown pass to WR Eli Rogers to lift the Steelers to a
Last Regular-Season Meeting: Dec. 18, 2016, at Cincinnati come-from-behind victory, 24-20, over the Bengals at Paul
Pittsburgh 24, Cincinnati 20 Brown Stadium.
Postseason Series: Steelers lead, 2-0 Teams exchanged field goals in the first quarter. With the
Last Postseason Meeting: Jan. 9, 2016, at Cincinnati game tied 3-3, QB Andy Dalton scored on a one-yard run to
Pittsburgh 18, Cincinnati 16 - AFC Wild Card give Cincinnati a 10-3 advantage. RB Jeremy Hill scored on
(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record)
a four-yard run midway through the second quarter to give
the Bengals a 17-3 lead.
K Chris Boswell made a 49-yard field goal midway through
This week’s game will mark the 94th regular-season meeting the second quarter to cut the lead to 17-6. K Randy Bullock’s
between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati...the Steelers own an 23-game 22-yard field goal on the Bengals’ ensuing drive made it 20-
advantage in the regular-season series against the Bengals (58-35)... 6. But it would be the last points the Bengals would score.
Sunday’s game will be 48th time the two teams will meet in Pittsburgh, Boswell made a 49-yard field goal prior to halftime, and the
where the Steelers has won 31 of the previous 47 home games... Steelers went into the break down 20-9.
the two teams have met 29 times in the month of October
Over the course of the second half, Boswell connected on
three more field goals (40, 49 and 30), to cut the lead to 20-18.
during the regular season, with the Steelers holding a 20-9 Boswell’s six made field goals tied the Steelers’ single-game
advantage in the month of October vs. the Bengals, including a 12-3 record.
mark at home in October...Pittsburgh has won each of the previous Trailing 20-18 midway through the fourth quarter,
nine games in the month of October vs. Cincinnati. Roethlisberger led the team on a five-play, 69-yard drive that
he capped off with the game-winning touchdown to Rogers.
2017 TEAM STATS
Steelers Category Bengals
19.7..................................... Points Scored Per Game ...............................16.8
17.0..................................... Points Allowed Per Game ..............................16.6
20.5....................................... First Downs Per Game.................................18.0
349.7......................................Total Yards Per Game ............................... 311.0
107.3................................... Rushing Yards Per Game ..............................84.0 GAME SUMMARY
242.3................................... Passing Yards Per Game.............................227.0
20.....................................................Sacks By ..............................................18
5................................................. Interceptions By ...........................................4 STEELERS (9-5) 3 6 6 9 24
32:12....................................Avg. Time of Possession .............................30:15 Bengals (5-8-1) 10 10 0 0 20
12.................................................. Touchdowns ..............................................9
4............................................. Rushing Touchdowns .......................................1 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
7............................................. Passing Touchdowns .......................................7 CIN 1 7:39 Bullock 23 yd. FG 14-70; 7:21 0-3
1........................................... Touchdowns on Returns ....................................1 PIT 1 3:42 Boswell 45 yd. FG 7-28; 3:57 3-3
11-13.............................................. Field Goals ............................................7-8 CIN 1 0:00 Dalton 1 yd. run (Bullock kick) 8-64; 3:42 3-10
41.5............................................... Punting Avg. .........................................46.9 CIN 2 9:02 Hill 4 yd. run (Bullock kick) 10-82; 4:16 3-17
PIT 2 5:25 Boswell 49 yd. FG 8-50; 3:37 6-17
5.1..............................................Punt Return Avg. .......................................9.2
CIN 2 2:51 Bullock 22 yd. FG 7-22; 2:34 6-20
14.9.......................................... Kickoff Return Avg.....................................23.9
PIT 2 0:06 Boswell 49 yd. FG 11-54; 2:45 9-20
PIT 3 10:38 Boswell 40 yd. FG 9-53; 4:22 12-20
2017 AFC NOTH STANDINGS PIT
PIT
3
4
2:05
12:25
Boswell 49 yd. FG
Boswell 30 yd. FG
9-39; 4:18
6-22; 2:36
15-20
18-20
PIT 4 7:29 Rogers 24 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Pass failed) 5-69; 3:22 24-20

2017 AFC North Standings


Pittsburgh
W
4
L
2
T
0
Pct.
.667
Pts. Opp.
118 102
TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Baltimore 3 3 0 .500 114 124
Cincinnati 2 3 0 .400 84 83 Steelers Bengals RUSHING: Pit. – Bell 23-93;
1st Downs 26 (7-12-7) 19 (8-9-2)
Cleveland 0 6 0 .000 94 157 Coates 2-9; Roethlisberger 4-(-5).
3rd Downs 5-13 (38%) 6-12 (50%)
This Week in the AFC North: Cin. – Hill 20-43, 1 TD; Burkhead
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 1-1 (100%)
Sunday, Oct. 22: 7-32; Dalton 1-1, 1 TD.
Total Net Yards 382 222
Pittsburgh (4-2) vs. Cincinnati (2-3), 4:25 p.m. (CBS, locally KDKA-TV) PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger
Baltimore (3-3) at Minnesota (4-2), 1 p.m. Plays-Avg. 66-5.8 56-4.0
Cleveland (0-6) vs. Tennessee (3-3), 1 p.m. Rushing Yards 97 76 36-21-0, 286, 1 TD. Cin. – Dalton
Rush Att.-Avg. 29-3.3 28-2.7 27-16-1, 157.
Net Passing 285 146 RECEIVING: Pit. – Rogers 5-75,
Att.-Comp.-Int. 36-21-0 27-16-1 1 TD; Green 5-72; Bell 5-38; Brown
Sacks By 1-11 1-1
3-58; Hamilton 1-21; Johnson 1-12;
Punts-Avg. 1-40.0 3-47.0
Penalties 7-104 8-86 Coates 1-10. Cin. – LaFell 7-91;
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 0-0 Burkhead 2-18; Core 2-13; Boyd
Time of Poss. 32:32 27:28 2-13; Eifert 1-9; Hill 1-8; Wright 1-5.
CAREER NUMBERS VS. BENGALS CAREER NUMBERS VS. BENGALS
QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER DE CAMERON HEYWARD
DATE RESULT ATT CMP. PCT. YDS. TD. INT. LG. RT. DATE RESULT TOT TACK ASST SACK-YDS FF/FR
10/3/04 W, 28-17 (H) 25 17 68.0 174 1 0 30 101.1 11/13/11 W, 24-17 (A) 0 0 0 0-0 0/0
11/21/04 W, 19-14 (A) 21 15 71.4 138 1 0 26 104.9 12/4/11 W, 35-7 (H) 1 0 1 0-0 0/0
10/23/05 W, 27-13 (A) 14 9 64.3 93 2 1 21 93.2 10/21/12 W, 24-17 (A) 1 1 0 0-0 0/0
12/4/05 L, 38-31 (H) 41 29 70.7 386 3 3 41 94.2 12/23/12 L, 13-10 (H) 2 1 1 0-0 0/0
9/24/06 L, 28-20 (H) 39 18 46.2 208 0 3 36 30.7 9/16/13 L, 20-10 (A) 0 0 0 0-0 0/0
12/31/06 W, 23-27 (A) OT 28 19 67.9 280 1 1 67T 97.3 12/15/13 W, 30-20 (H) 3 1 2 0-0 0/0
10/28/07 W, 24-13 (A) 26 19 73.1 230 2 1 42 109.5 12/7/14 W, 42-21 (A) 4 1 3 1-2 0/0
12/2/07 W, 24-10 (H) 32 21 65.6 184 2 2 19 75.5 12/28/14 W, 27-17 (H) 7 6 1 1-7 0/0
10/19/08 W, 38-10 (A) 28 17 60.7 216 2 0 50T 108.6 11/1/15 L, 16-10 (H) 3 1 2 0-0 0/0
11/20/08 W, 27-10 (H) 30 17 56.7 243 1 0 37 94.2 12/13/15 W, 33-20 (A) 2 2 0 1-4 0/0
9/27/09 L, 23-20 (A) 31 22 71.0 276 1 1 51 95.6 9/18/16 W, 24-16 (H) 2 2 0 0-0 0/1
11/15/09 L, 18-12 (H) 40 20 50.0 174 0 1 21 51.5 TOTALS 8-3 25 15 10 3-13 0/1
11/8/10 W, 27-21 (A) 27 17 63.0 163 1 1 35 76.6
12/12/10 W, 23-7 (H) 33 21 63.6 258 0 0 33 87.7
11/13/11 W, 24-17 (A) 33 21 63.6 245 1 1 26 83.5 DE STEPHON TUITT
12/4/11 W, 35-7 (H) 23 15 65.2 176 2 0 45 117.3 DATE RESULT TOT TACK ASST SACK-YDS FF/FR
10/21/12 W, 24-17 (A) 37 27 73.0 278 1 1 31 91.9 12/7/14 W, 42-21 (A) 2 1 1 0-0 0/0
12/23/12 L, 13-10 (H) 28 14 50.0 220 1 2 60T 58.6 12/28/14 W, 27-17 (H) 3 3 0 0-0 0/0
9/16/13 L, 20-10 (A) 37 20 54.1 251 1 1 43 73.1 12/13/15 W, 33-20 (A) 2 1 1 0-0 0/0
12/15/13 W, 30-20 (H) 25 20 80.0 191 1 1 21 95.2 9/18/16 W, 24-16 (H) 4 3 1 0-0 0/0
12/7/14 W, 42-21 (A) 39 25 64.1 350 3 0 94T 118.5 12/18/16 W, 24-20 (A) 1 1 0 0-0 0/0
12/28/14 W, 27-17 (H) 38 24 63.2 317 2 1 63T 96.1 TOTALS 5-0 12 9 3 0-0 0/0
11/1/15 L, 16-10 (H) 45 28 62.2 262 1 3 25 57.8
12/13/15 W, 33-20 (A) 39 30 76.9 282 0 1 31 85.6
9/18/16 W, 24-16 (H) 37 19 51.4 259 3 2 53 78.5 CB JOE HADEN
12/18/16 W, 24-20 (A) 36 21 58.3 286 1 0 32 93.1 DATE RESULT TOT TACK ASST INT-YDS PD
TOTALS 19-7 832 525 63.1 6,140 34 27 94T 85.5 10/3/10 W, 23-20 (H) 4 4 0 0-0 1*
12/9/10 L, 19-17 (A) 7 6 1 0-0 0*
1st - QB Ben Roethlisberger’s 525 completions, 6,140 passing 9/11/11 L, 27-17 (H) 3 1 2 0-0 5*
yards and 304 passes for first downs are tops among all quarter- 11/27/11 L, 23-20 (A) 5 4 1 0-0 0*
10/14/12 W, 34-24 (H) 7 6 1 1-14 3*
backs in NFL history against Cincinnati. His 34 touchdown pass- 9/29/13 W, 17-6 (H) 4 4 0 0-0 2*
es are second-most all-time vs. the Bengals (Warren Moon, 37). 11/17/13 L, 41-20 (A) 2 0 2 2-44 2*
11/6/14 W, 24-3 3 2 1 0-0 2*
12/14/14 L, 30-0 2 2 0 0-0 1*
RB Le’VEON BELL 12/11/16 L, 23-10 6 4 2 0-0 0*
DATE RESULT ATT YDS. AVG. LG. TD REC. YDS. TD TOTALS 4-6 43 33 10 3-58 16
12/15/13 W, 30-20 (H) 24 57 2.4 8 1 5 50 0
12/7/14 W, 42-21 (A) 26 185 7.1 53 2 6 50 1 *Denotes games with Cleveland Browns
12/28/14 W, 27-17 (H) 8 20 2.5 6 0 6 80 0
11/1/15 L, 16-10 H) 10 45 4.5 7 0 2 13 0
12/18/16 W, 24-20 (A) 23 93 4.0 12 0 5 38 0 LB RYAN SHAZIER
TOTALS 4-1 91 400 4.4 53 1 24 231 1 DATE RESULT TOT TACK ASST SACK-YDS FF/FR
12/7/14 W, 42-21 (A) 0 0 0 0-0 0/0
12/28/14 W, 27-17 (H) 5 3 2 0-0 0/0
WR ANTONIO BROWN 11/1/15 L, 16-10 (H) 8 6 2 0.5-2 0/0
DATE RESULT REC. YDS. AVG. LG. TD. 1ST. YAC 12/13/15 W, 33-20 (A) 7 3 4 0-0 0/0
12/12/10 W, 23-7 (H) 3 27 9.0 12 0 2 27 9/18/16 W, 24-16 (H) 12 6 6 0-0 0/0
11/13/11 W, 24-17 (A) 5 86 17.2 21 0 5 12 12/18/16 W, 24-20 (A) 5 3 2 1-11 0/0
12/4/11 W, 35-7 (H) 2 67 33.5 45 0 2 37 TOTALS 5-1 37 21 16 1.5-13 0/0
10/21/12 W, 17-7 (A) 7 96 13.7 23 0 6 37
12/23/12 L, 13-10 (H) 5 97 19.4 60T 1 3 27
9/16/13 L, 20-10 (A) 6 57 9.5 18 0 4 35
12/15/13 W, 30-20 (H) 5 66 13.2 20 1 5 17
12/7/14 W, 42-21 (A) 9 117 13.0 32 0 7 51
12/28/14 W, 27-17 (H) 7 128 18.3 63T 1 5 60
11/1/15 L, 16-10 (H) 6 47 7.8 17 1 4 8
12/13/15 W, 33-20 (A) 7 87 12.4 26 0 4 34
9/18/16 W, 24-16 (H) 4 39 9.8 17 0 0 6
12/18/16 W, 24-20 (A) 3 58 19.3 32 0 3 10
TOTALS 10-3 69 972 14.1 63T 4 52 361

3 - Three of WR/PR Antonio Brown’s four punt returns for


touchdowns have occurred against Cincinnati, having returned
27 punts for 336 yards (12.4 average) in his career vs. the Ben-
gals.
STEELERS-BENGALS CONNECTIONS STEELERS-BENGALS CONNECTIONS

Steelers in Bold; Bengals in Bold Italic Steelers in Bold; Bengals in Bold Italic
Former Steelers/Bengals College Connections
 Pittsburgh LB James Harrison played one season (2013)  Steelers OT Marcus Gilbert, C Maurkice Pouncey and
in Cincinnati. CB Joe Haden were teammates with Bengals DE Carlos
 Steelers RB Terrell Watson entered the NFL as an Dunlap (2007-09) at Florida.
undrafted free agent with the Bengals in 2015. He spent  Pittsburgh G David DeCastro was teammates with
his rookie season on the Cincinnati practice squad. Cincinnati HB Ryan Hewitt for three seasons (2009-11)
 Bengals HC Marvin Lewis served as the Steelers’ LB coach at Stanford.
for four seasons (1992-95).  Steelers DE Stephon Tuitt was teammates with Bengals
 Bengals TE coach Jonathan Hayes played with the TE Tyler Eifert at Notre Dame from (2011-12).
Steelers from (1994-96).  Steelers RB James Conner was a teammate of Bengals
 Bengals LB coach Jim Haslett was the Steelers’ DC from WR Tyler Boyd at the University of Pittsburgh from (2013-
(1997-99). 15).
 Steelers QB Josh Dobbs played alongside Bengals WR
Area Connections
Josh Malone at Tennessee.
 Steelers HC Mike Tomlin was the DB coach at the
University of Cincinnati from (1999-2000).
 Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger, an Ohio native, played
his collegiate career at Miami University (Ohio) in Oxford. PIT-CIN SERIES HIGHS
 Steelers FS Mike Mitchell hails from Fort Thomas, Ky., and
played collegiate football at Ohio University. Passing Yards
 Steelers LB James Harrison is from Akron, Ohio, and Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 386 12/4/2005
attended Kent State University. Bengals Jon Kitna 411 12/30/2001
 Pittsburgh FB Roosevelt Nix is from Reynoldsburg Ohio,
and also played at Kent State University. Rushing Yards
 Bengals HC Marvin Lewis was born in McDonald, Pa., Steelers Le’Veon Bell 185 12/7/2014
and coached for the University of Pittsburgh from 1990-91. Bengals James Brooks 133 9/30/1985
 Bengals LB coach Jim Haslett played his college career
at Indiana University Pa, (1975-78). Receiving Yards
 Haslett also served as a football consultant for Penn State Steelers Lynn Swann 192 12/2/1979
in 2015. Bengals A.J. Green 224 12/7/2014
 Bengals WR coach James Urban coached at Clarion
University from (1997-98).
 Cincinnati asst. HC/OL coach Paul Alexander was a GA
at Penn State from (1983-84).
 Bengals strength and conditioning coach Chip Morton
was a strength and conditioning asst. at Penn State for
five years (1987-91).
 Bengals WR Tyler Boyd is a graduate of Clairton High
School and played collegiately at the University of
Pittsburgh.

NFL Connections
 Pittsburgh ILB coach Jerry Olsavsky played for Baltimore
when Bengals STC Darrin Simmons was on the Ravens’
staff in 1998.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHAT TO LOOK FOR
FROM THE STEELERS FROM THE STEELERS OFFENSE (CONT’D)
• With a win, the Steelers will improve to 5-2 in 2017 and
to 2-1 at home WR ANTONIO BROWN
• With a win over Cincinnati, the Steelers would improve • Will increase his Steelers record for the most 100-yard
to 449-284-2 during the regular season since 1970. receiving games in team history to 34 with his next 100-
• The Steelers look to improve to 59-35 all-time against the yard game.
Bengals in regular-season history and to 32-16 at home • Will surpass Marvin Harrison (563) for the most
against Cincinnati. receptions in any five-year span in NFL history with 83
• The Steelers aim for their tenth straight win against the in 2017.
Bengals in the month of October and look to improve to • With 100 catches in 2017, will become the first player
21-9 vs. Cincinnati in October in regular-season history. in NFL history to record 100 or more receptions in five
consecutive years.
FROM HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN • With 1,000 receiving yards in 2017, would become the
• A win would improve Tomlin to 108-59 during the regular first player in Steelers history to eclipse 1,000 receiving
season (61-22 at home). yards in five consecutive seasons.
• Looks to improve to 16-5 in his regular-season Steelers’
tenure against Cincinnati and to 8-3 at home. FROM THE STEELERS DEFENSE

FROM THE STEELERS OFFENSE LB JAMES HARRISON


• Is 2.5 sacks from 85.0 in his NFL career.
QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER
• With a win, would improve to 128-62 as a starter during LB RYAN SHAZIER
the regular season and to 71-23 at home. • His next interception will match his single-season best
• With a win, would improve to 20-7 vs. Cincinnati in the of three (2016).
regular season as a starter and to 9-5 at home against
the Bengals. CB WILLIAM GAY
• Will break a tie with Rod Woodson to set the record for
RB Le’VEON BELL the most interceptions returned for touchdowns in team
• His next 100-yard rushing game will mark the 17th of history with his next pick six of six.
his NFL career.
• Needs two rushing scores to tie Terry Bradshaw (32) for FROM THE STEELERS SPECIAL TEAMS
the fourth-most in franchise history.
• Will surpass Plaxico Burress (264) for the ninth-most WR/PR ANTONIO BROWN
receptions in Steelers history with eight. • One punt return for a touchdown to break a tie with
• Is 784 rushing yards from surpassing Willie Parker Antwaan Randle El for the most in Steelers history with
(5,378) for the third most in Steelers history.
five.
TOMLIN AMONG THE BEST TOMLIN AT HOME
Since being named named head coach of the Steelers Mike Tomlin has guided the Steelers to a 60-22 career regular-
in 2007, Mike Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to 107 victories in season record at Heinz Field.
the regular season - the third-most wins in the NFL during that Tomlin earned his 50th regular season home win in Week Nine
time span: in 2015 vs. Oakland and joined Chuck Noll (119) and Bill Cowher
(85) as the third head coach in Steelers history with 50 regular
NFL TEAM RECORDS: 2007-CURRENT season home victories.
TEAM RECORD PLAYOFF APP. SUPER BOWL APP. Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to at least five home wins in each of
New England 130-36 9* 4
his first 10 seasons as the team’s head coach and six home wins
Green Bay 110-55-1 9* 1
Pittsburgh 107-59 7* 2 in seven of his 10 at the helm.
Indianapolis 102-63 7 1 His 60-22 (.732) mark at home and his 60 home wins are the
Denver 97-68 5 1 third best in the NFL since 2007:
*Includes 2016 postseason
HOME GAME RECORDS: 2007-CURRENT
Tomlin’s .645 winning percentage is the third-best regular Team W L T Pct.
season winning mark among active NFL head coaches (min. 50 New England 71 12 0 .855
games): Green Bay 65 17 1 .789
Pittsburgh 60 22 0 .732
Baltimore 59 24 0 .711
ACTIVE HEAD COACH WINNING PCT (MIN. 50 GAMES) Seattle 58 24 0 .707
COACH W L T Win Pct.
Bill Belichick (Cle 1991-95, NE 2000-pres.) 241 117 0 .673
Mike McCarthy (GB 2006-pres.) 118 63 1 .651
Mike Tomlin (Pit 2007-pres.) 107 59 0 .645 TOMLIN IN THE DIVISION
Bruce Arians (Ari 2013-pres.) 44 25 1 .636
Andy Reid (Phi 1999-2012, KC 2013-pres.) 178 115 1 .607
Mike Tomlin owns a 43-19 all-time record against teams in the
Chuck Pagano (Ind 2012-pres.) 51 35 0 .593
AFC North since becoming the Steelers’ head coach in 2007.
TOMLIN VS. NFC His 43 regular-season wins against division opponents are the
most of any AFC North team since 2007:
During his career, Mike Tomlin’s regular-season record against
the NFC is 27-15, including 16-5 at home. AFC NORTH INTER-DIVISION GAME RECORDS
The Steelers’ .643 regular-season winning percentage against SINCE 2007
the NFC since 2007 under Tomlin is second-best among AFC TEAM W L T Win Pct.
Pittsburgh Steelers 43 19 0 .694
teams:
Baltimore Ravens 37 26 0 .587
Cincinnati Bengals 32 30 0 .516
AFC RECORDS VS. NFC: 2007-CURRENT Cleveland Browns 13 49 0 .210
Team W L T Pct.
New England 33 10 0 .767
Pittsburgh 27 15 0 .643 He owns an impressive 23-7 record against divisional foes at
Denver 26 16 0 .619 Heinz Field during the regular season:
Baltimore 24 17 0 .585
Tennessee 24 17 0 .585 AFC NORTH INTER-DIVISION HOME GAME RECORDS
SINCE 2007
Including the postseason Tomlin has a .636 winning percentage TEAM W L T Win Pct.
(28-16) against the NFC during his first 11 years, which ranks first Pittsburgh Steelers 23 7 0 .767
among Steelers’ head coaches. Baltimore Ravens 22 10 0 .688
Cincinnati Bengals 17 14 0 .548
Cleveland Browns 9 23 0 .281

Tomlin has won at least four games against division opponents


in six of his 10 seasons as the team’s head coach.

PRIMETIME SPECIALIST
Since the 2011 season, the Steelers have played in 28 primetime
games, including a Week One Monday Night Football game
at the Washington Redskins to kickoff the 2016 season
(W, 38-16), a Week Four Sunday Night Football tilt at Heinz Field
vs. Kansas City (W, 43-14) and a Week 12 Thursday Night game
on Thanksgiving Day at the Indianapolis Colts (W, 28-7).
Mike Tomlin, the 10th-year head coach, has guided Pittsburgh to a
30-16 overall record in regular-season primetime games.
He is 10-2 on Monday Night Football, 14-8 on Sunday Night Football
and 6-6 on Thursday Night Football.
TOMLIN IN 10 TOMLIN’S 100TH IN 10
In his first 10 seasons as the head coach of the Steelers, Mike Tomlin became the third head coach in Steelers history
Mike Tomlin has an extensive list of accomplishments. to record 100 regular season wins in Week 14 of 2016, with the
Tomlin earned his 100th regular-season victrory in Week 14 of team’s 27-20 victory at Buffalo.
2016 at Buffalo in his 157th career regular-season games to mark He joined Chuck Noll (1969-91: 193) and Bill Cowher (1992-2006:
the fewest games by a Steelers head coach to reach the century 149) in the team’s 100-win club to make the Steelers the
mark in the win column (Chuck Noll: 158 and Bill Cowher: 163). first NFL franchise with three 100-win head coaches.
His 103 wins in his first 10 seasons are the most wins in team Tomlin’s 100th win occurred in his 10th season with the Steelers,
history for any coach in his first 10 campaigns and his two Super becoming the first Pittsburgh head coach to reach 100 wins in his first
Bowl appearances are second-most for the franchise for a coach 10 years (Bill Cowher: 1992-2001: 99 and Chuck Noll: 1976-78: 88).
in his first 10 seasons. Tomlin also joined an elite head coach fraternity in NFL
Tomlin’s seven postseason berths are tied as the most in a history by reaching 100 wins in his 10th season:
coach’s first 10 seasons with the Steelers and his five division
titles are third-most. • He is the ninth head coach in NFL history to win 100 games
Below is a look at where Tomlin ranks among Steelers’ coaches in his first 10 seasons with one franchise, joining Bill Belichick
in their first 10 seasons: (New England), Mike Ditka (Chicago), Joe Gibbs (Wash-
ington), John Madden (Oakland), Mike McCarthy (Green
Bay), Marty Schottenheimer (Kansas City), Mike Shanahan
STEELERS HEAD COACHES IN THEIR 10th YEAR
HEAD COACH RECORD (Denver) and Don Shula (Miami).
Mike Tomlin (2007-current) 103-57 (.644) (2007-current)
Chuck Noll (1969-1991) 88-53-1 (.623) (1969-1978) FEWEST TO 100
Bill Cowher (1992-2006) 99-61 (.619) (1992-2001)
Mike Tomlin reached 100 regular-season wins in 157 games,
HEAD COACH SUPER BOWL APP. SUPER BOWL WINS the sixth-fewest games to reach 100 career victories among
Chuck Noll 3 (1974, ‘75, ‘78) 3 (1974, ‘75, ‘78) coaches who began their career since 1970:
Mike Tomlin 2 (2008, ’10) 1 (2008)
Bill Cowher 1 (1995)
FEWEST GAMES COACHED TO 60 WINS
HEAD COACH PLAYOFF APPEARENCES COACH TEAM(S) NO. OF GAMES
Bill Cowher 7 (1992-97, 2001) George Seifert San Francisco-Carolina 133
Chuck Noll 7 (1972-78) Mike Ditka Chicago 150
Mike Tomlin 7 (2007, ’08, ’10, ’11, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) Joe Gibbs Washington 150
Mike McCarthy Green Bay 150
HEAD COACH DIVISION TITLES Tony Dungy Tampa Bay-Indianapolis 156
Bill Cowher 6 (1992, ’94-’97, 2001) (AFC Central) Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh 157
Chuck Noll 6 (1972, ’74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78) (AFC Central)
Mike Tomlin 5 (2007, ’08, ’10, ‘14, ‘16) (AFC North) TOMLIN GOING FOR TWO
AMONG COACHES IN FIRST 10 Pittsburgh converted three of their nine two-point attempts in
2016, their first two conversions both coming in the first quarter
Mike Tomlin earned his 100th regular-season victrory in Week of games (Oct. 2 vs. Kansas City and Oct. 16 at Miami).
14 at Buffalo in 2016, and has accumulated a 103-57 regular- The Steelers converted 8-of-11 two-point attempts in 2015.
season record in his first 10 seasons as a head coach in NFL Their eight succesful two-point conversions set a new NFL record
(2007-16). in a single-season.
Tomlin is one of eight head coaches in NFL history with 100 Below is a look at the number of two-point conversions and
or more regular-season wins in their first 10 seasons as a head attempts since Mike Tomlin became the team’s head coach in
2007:
coach:
STEELERS TWO-POINT CONVERSION PCT.
MOST WINS AMONG NFL HEAD COACHES
UNDER MIKE TOMLIN: 2007-CURRENT
IN THEIR FIRST 10 SEASONS AS A HEAD COACH
YEAR CONV-ATT PCT.
HEAD COACH YEARS WINS
2007 2-of-2 100%
George Seifert 1989-96, 1999-2000 113
2008 0-of-1 0%
Don Shula 1963-72 105
2009 0-of-0 0%
Mike McCarthy 2006-15 104
2010 2-of-2 100%
Mike Tomlin 2007-16 103
2011 0-of-0 0%
John Madden 1969-78 103
2012 1-of-2 50%
Tony Dungy 1996-2005 102
2013 1-of-2 50%
Mike Ditka 1982-91 101
2014 4-of-4 100%
Joe Gibbs 1981-90 101
2015 8-of-11 72.7%
2016 3-of-9 33%
2017 0-of-1 0%
TOTALS 21-of-34 61.8%
HEINZ FIELD ADVANTAGE HEINZ FIELD UNDER THE LIGHTS
The Steelers have won four of their previous five regular- The Steelers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 43-14 on Sunday
season home games at Heinz Field, including Week Two’s home Night Football at Heinz Field in Week Four in 2016 - the team’s
opener against Minnesota (26-9). 29th primetime game at Heinz Field since the stadium opened
Pittsburgh has won at least six home games in nine seasons in 2001.
at Heinz Field since the stadium opened in 2001. Pittsburgh has won 22 of its 29 home games under the lights
The Steelers are 94-35-1 (.727) at Heinz Field since the stadium since 2001.
opened in 2001, which is the third-best home game winning The team’s .759 winning percentage at Heinz Field in primetime
percentage in the NFL during that time span: games is the second-best and its 22 wins are the fourth most
since 2001:
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE NFL:
2001-CURRENT BEST REGULAR-SEASON HOME PRIMETIME GAME RECORDS
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. 2001-CURRENT
New England Patriots 108-23 .824 TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
Green Bay Packers 95-35-1 .729 Seattle Seahawks 20-5 .800
Pittsburgh Steelers 22-7 .759
Pittsburgh Steelers 94-35-1 .727
Green Bay Packers 24-8 .750
Baltimore Ravens 95-36 .725 Baltimore Ravens 16-6 .727
Seattle Seahawks 93-37 .715 New England Patriots 23-9 .719

The Steelers have the fourth best record among AFC teams in WINNING ERA OF FREE AGENCY
home games since the 2001 season in interconference games:
Pittsburgh owns the third-best regular-season record in the NFL
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE AFC vs. AFC: since the free-agency era (since 1993) with a 245-144-1 (.629)
2001-CURRENT record.
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. The Steelers are one of three teams (New England: 264 and
New England Patriots 83-15 .847 Green Bay: 249) to record at least 245 regular season wins since
Indianapolis Colts 69-28 .711 1993.
Baltimore Ravens 69-29 .704 The following is a look at the best regular-season records in
Pittsburgh Steelers 68-29 .701 the free agency era (since 1993):
Denver Broncos 66-32 .673
BEST REGULAR-SEASON RECORDS IN THE FREE AGENCY ERA
1993-CURRENT
Pittsburgh’s 26-6-1 record at home against NFC opponents
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
since opening Heinz Field in 2001 is the best in the AFC: New England Patriots 264-126 .677
Green Bay Packers 249-140-1 .640
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE AFC vs. NFC: Pittsburgh Steelers 245-144-1 .629
2001-CURRENT Denver Broncos 236-153 .607
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. Indianapolis Colts 227-163 .582

ACTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS


Pittsburgh Steelers 26-6-1 .803
Baltimore Ravens 26-7 .788
New England Patriots 25-8 .758
Denver Broncos 24-10 .706 The Steelers have finished with an 8-8 (.500) mark or better in
Cincinnati Bengals 20-9-3 .672 each of the previous 13 seasons, dating back to 2004.
Pittsburgh’s 13-season streak of a .500 winning mark or better
is the second-longest active in the NFL, and is tied as the team’s
record for most consecutive non-losing seasons (1972-1984):
WINNING AT LEAST 4 AT HOME MOST CONSECUTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS:
The Steelers have won at least four home games in each of ACTIVE STREAKS
the previous 17 seasons (since 2000), marking the longest active TEAM STREAK YEARS
streak in the NFL: New England Patriots 16 2001-16
Pittsburgh Steelers 13 2004-16
MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH AT LEAST Green Bay Packers 8 2009-16
FOUR HOME WINS - ACTIVE STREAK Denver Broncos 6 2011-16
TEAM CONSECUTIVE SEASONS
Pittsburgh Steelers 17 (2000-16)
New England Patriots 16 (2001-16)
Arizona Cardinals 10 (2007-16)
Green Bay Packers 10 (2007-16)

HOME NUMBER TO NOTE


263-102-1
The Steelers own the best home record in the NFL with a
263-102-1 record (.720) since 1970.
BEN IN 2017 HOME COOKING
QB Ben Roethlisberger has quarterbacked the Steelers to QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 70-23 (.753) mark in the
a 4-2 start to open the 2017 season. regular season in his career as a starter at Heinz Field, including
In Week One, the team’s 21-18 win on Kickoff Weekend at winning his first eight starts as a rookie in 2004.
Cleveland, Roethlisberger completed 24-of-36 passes for 263 Since the start of the 2011 season, the signal caller is 32-11 at
yards with two touchdowns and an interception. The win marked home as a starter. Over that time period, Roethlisberger is one of
his 50th as a starter in his regular-season career against AFC four active quarterbacks to have a passer rating of at least 100.0
North Opponents. at home during the regular season (105.7).
In Week Two, in the Steelers’ Heinz Field home opener against Below is a breakdown of Roethlisberger’s statistics in his Heinz
Minnesota, Roethlisberger earned his 125th regular-season Field career:
victory as a starter in the 26-9 win. He completed 23-of-35 passing
for 243 yards with two touchdowns for a passer rating of 104.8 ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS AT HEINZ FIELD
in the win. CATEGORY STATISTIC
Record ..............................................................70-23
In Week Five, Roethlisberger’s 312 passing yards marked the Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ...............64.5 (1,941-of-3,011)
50th 300-yard game of his regular-season career to become the Passing Yards ................................................. 24,518
11th quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 300 yards in Passing Touchdowns......................................... 175
Interceptions ....................................................... 77
50 regular-season games and the ninth to do so with one team.
Passer Rating .................................................... 98.4
Roethlisberger completed 17-of-25 passes for game-high 252 300-plus Yard Games......................................... 29
yards, including a 51-yard touchdown throw to WR Antonio Brown Multi-Touchdown Performances ............. 51 (39-11 record)*
to help Pittsburgh defeate Kansas City in Week Six. *Threw 3 touchdowns in Week 10 of 2015, but did not start

STARTING IN STYLE Roethlisberger threw at least one touchdown pass in 45


consecutive home games at Heinz Field - the third-longest streak
in NFL history:
In his career, QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 127-62 (.672)
record as a starting quarterback in the regular season - the
CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES
third best regular season record in the NFL among all active Rk. PLAYER (YEAR) WITH AT LEAST 1 TD PASS
quarterbacks (min. 50 starts). 1. Drew Brees (10/18/09-11/27/16) 60
The following is a look at the top five starting records among 2. Tom Brady (9/14/09-12/14/14) 47
active quarterbacks in the NFL (min. 50 starts): 3. Ben Roethlisberger (12/19/10-9/17/17) 45
4. Dan Marino (10/9/83-11/14/88) 39
STARTING RECORDS AMONG ACTIVE QBs 5. Aaron Rodgers (10/5/08-12/2/12) 35
(Min. 50 Starts)
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM W L T Pct.
1. Tom Brady, NE 187 54 0 .776 WINNING NO. 125
2. Russell Wilson, SEA 59 25 1 .700
3. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 127 62 0 .672 QB Ben Roethlisberger became the seventh quarterback in
4. Aaron Rodgers, GB 94 47 0 .667 NFL history to record 125 regular-season game wins as a starter
5. Andrew Luck, IND 43 27 0 .614 during the Steelers’ Week Two win against Minnesota (26-9) at
Heinz Field.
Roethlisberger earned 117 wins in his first 175 regular-season Roethlisberger joined Dan Marino, Peyton Manning, Brett
starts - the second-most by an NFL QB in League history through Favre, John Elway, Drew Brees and Tom Brady as the only
175 starts: quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 125 regular-season wins
as a starting quarterback:
NUMBER OF WINS
Rk. PLAYER IN FIRST 175 STARTS MOST REGULAR-SEASON WINS
1. Tom Brady 136 Rk. PLAYER AS A STARTING QB
2. Ben Roethlisberger 117 1. Tom Brady 187*
T3. Peyton Manning 116 T2. Brett Favre 186
Brett Favre 116 Peyton Manning 186
Johnny Unitas 4. John Elway 148
5. Dan Marino 147
Roethlisberger made his 150th career regular season start 6. Drew Brees 134*
in Week 8 vs. Indianapolis in 2014 to become just the fourth 7. Ben Roethlisberger 127*
quarterback in NFL history to record 100 wins in their first 150
regular season starts (Tom Brady: 116, Joe Montana: 108, Terry *Denotes Active Players
and Bradshaw: 102).
Roethlisberger registered his 90th career win in his 135th career
start, becoming the fifth fastest quarterback who began their
career in the Super Bowl era to reach 90 wins.
His 63-27 record after his first 90 starts in the NFL ranked third
(tied) in league history for the best record in such starts. Only
Brady (67-23) and Stabler (66-23-1) had better records in their
first 90 starts in the NFL. Roethlisberger’s record is tied with Jim
McMahon.
CONTROLLING THE NORTH FACING THE NFC
QB Ben Roethlisberger is 51-17 (.750) as a starter against In 49 career regular-season games against NFC opponents, QB
AFC North opponents during his career and led the Steelers Ben Roethlisberger has posted a 33-16 record, including winning
to the best divisional record during the 2013 and 2014 regular each of his first seven starts against conference members.
seasons (4-2) and in 2016 (4-1). Roethlisberger completed completed 23-of-35 passing for 243
Since 2010, Roethlisberger is 27-10 against divisional foes yards with two touchdowns for a passer rating of 104.8 in Week
during the regular season. Two’s 26-9 win at Heinz Field against the Minnesota Vikings.
Roethlisberger has finished with a .500 or above record against Below is a look at the quarterback’s numbers in regular-season
AFC North opponents during the regular season in 12 of his games against NFC opponents:
13 NFL seasons, including winning at least five games in four
campaigns: ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS VS. THE NFC
CATEGORY STATISTIC
ROETHLISBERGER RECORD VS. AFC NORTH AS A Record ..............................................................33-16
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ................ 64.3 (999-of-1,554)
STARTER Passing Yards ................................................. 12,604
SEASON RECORD Passing Touchdowns.......................................... 76
2008 6-0 Interceptions ....................................................... 34
2004 5-0 Passer Rating .................................................... 96.6
2010 5-0 300-plus Yard Games......................................... 16
2007 5-0 Multi-Touchdown Performances ...............24 (17-7 record)
2017 2-0
2016 4-1
2014 4-2 Roethlisberger’s statistics against the NFC are equally impres-
2013 4-2 sive in games at Heinz Field.
2011 4-2
2005 3-1
In 24 career regular-season games against NFC opponents at
2012 2-1 home, Roethlisberger has a 19-5 mark while completing 484-of-
2006 3-3 764 passes (63.4 pct.) for 6,412 yards with 43 touchdowns and
2015 2-2
2009 2-3
13 interceptions for a passer rating of 101.5.

In his 68 career starts versus division opponents, Roethlisberger THE 45,000 CLUB
has posted a perfect passer rating once (11/5/07 vs. Baltimore)
and has recorded a passer rating of over 100.0 a total of 23 times. QB Ben Roethlisberger became the first player in Steelers
The following is a look at his statistics against the AFC North history to register 45,000 career passing yards in Week 10’s game
in his 68 games as a starter: vs. Dallas.
Roethlisberger is the 11th quarterback in NFL history to reach
ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS VS. AFC NORTH the mark, the eighth to do so with one team, and the fourth active
CATEGORY STATISTIC signal caller with 45,000 passing yards.
Record ..............................................................51-17 Roethlisberger reached the 45,000 yard milestone in his 179th
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) .................65.3 (1,388-2,127)
Passing Yards ................................................. 15,998
regular-season game - the fifth-fewest games to reach the mark
Passing Touchdowns.......................................... 98 in NFL history:
Interceptions ....................................................... 64
Passer Rating .................................................... 90.6
FEWEST GAMES TO REACH
Also, the following is a look at Roethlisberger’s career statistics Rk. PLAYER 45,000 PASSING YARDS
against AFC North opponents as a starter at home compared to 1. Drew Brees 168
the road: 2. Dan Marino 172
3. Peyton Manning 174
ROETHLISBERGER VS. AFC NORTH AT HOME AND AWAY 4. Tom Brady 178
Statistic Home vs. AFC North Away vs. AFC North 5. Ben Roethlisberger 179
Record ................................................................. 26-7 .......................... 25-10
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) .............. 62.4 (611-980) .........61.6 (707-1,147)
Passing Yards ................................................... 7,850 .......................... 8,128
Passing Touchdowns.............................................. 56 ............................... 42
Interceptions ........................................................... 36 ............................... 28
Passer Rating ...................................................... 91.2 ............................ 85.0

FEELING AT HOME IN OHIO


QB Ben Roethlisberger is from Findlay, Ohio, and played
collegietely at Miami (Ohio), so it is no wonder he feels at home
while playing at Cincinnati or Cleveland.
Including the postseason, Roethlisberger is a combined 23-4
playing in games played in Ohio (Paul Brown Stadium: 12-2 and
FirstEnergy Stadium: 11-2).
Below is Roethlisberger’s passing stats for games at Cincinnati
and Cleveland:

ROETHLISBERGER IN GAMES PLAYED IN OHIO


GP Att. Cmp. Pct. Yds. TDs Int Rat.
@ Cin 14 446 294 65.9 3,525 21 9 97.2
@ Cle 13 401 243 60.6 2,898 18 8 89.3
Total 27 847 537 63.4 6,423 39 17 93.5
BEN AMONG ACTIVE BESTS BEN AMONG ALL-TIME BESTS
QB Ben Roethlisberger ranks in the top 10 among active QB Ben Roethlisberger ranks in the top 10 in NFL history in
NFL quarterbacks with a 7.86 yards per attempt average (3rd), touchdown passes (10th - 308), passing yards (9th - 48,335) and
48,335 passing yards (4th), 3,941 completions (5th), 308 passing pass completions (10th - 3,941) :
touchdowns (6th) and a 93.5 passer rating (T-7th):
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - NFL HISTORY
NFL ACTIVE PASSING YARDS PER ATTEMPT LEADERS Rk. PLAYER TDS
Rk. PLAYER CMP-ATT YARDS YDS/ATT. 1. Peyton Manning 539
1. Russell Wilson 1,587-2,459 19,415 7.90 2. Brett Favre 508
2. Aaron Rodgers 3,162-4,850 38,212 7.88 3. Drew Brees 475
3. Ben Roethlisberger 3,941-6,152 48,335 7.85 4. Tom Brady 469
4. Kirk Cousins 1,130-1,714 13,447 7.85 5. Dan Marino 420
5. Philip Rivers 3,952-6,147 47,466 7.72 6. Fran Tarkenton 342
7. Eli Manning 329
NFL ACTIVE PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS 8. Philip Rivers 324
Rk. PLAYER GP CMP-ATT YARDS 9. Aaron Rodgers 310
1. Drew Brees 238 5,962-8,941 67,432 10. Ben Roethlisberger 308
2. Tom Brady 243 5,397-8,457 63,541
3. Eli Manning 207 4,220-7,046 49,680 MOST PASSING YARDS - NFL HISTORY
4. Ben Roethlisberger 191 3,941-6,152 48,335 Rk. PLAYER PASSING YARDS
5. Philip Rivers 186 3,952-6,147 47,466 1. Peyton Manning 71,940
2. Brett Favre 71,838
NFL ACTIVE PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 3. Drew Brees 67,432
Rk. PLAYER GP TDS 4. Tom Brady 63,541
1. Drew Brees 238 475 5. Dan Marino 61,361
2. Tom Brady 243 469 6. John Elway 51,475
3. Eli Manning 207 329 7. Eli Manning 49,680
4. Philip Rivers 186 324 8. Warren Moon 49,325
5. Aaron Rodgers 148 310 9. Ben Roethlisberger 48,335
6. Ben Roethlisberger 191 308 10. Philip Rivers 47,466

TOP OF THE STEELERS’ CHARTS MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - NFL HISTORY


Rk. PLAYER COMPLETIONS
QB Ben Roethlisberger holds nearly all passing records in 1. Brett Favre 6,300
Pittsburgh Steelers franchise history. 2. Peyton Manning 6,125
He became the first player in Steelers history to record 40,000 3. Drew Brees 5,962
passing yards, a feat he reached during Week 8’s game vs. Cin- 4. Tom Brady 5,397
cinnati in 2015. 5. Dan Marino 4,967
His 48,083 passing yards, 307 passing touchdowns and 3,924 6. Eli Manning 4,220
completions are tops in the team’s record books: 7. John Elway 4,123
8. Warren Moon 3,988
9. Philip Rivers 3,952
STEELERS ALL-TIME PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS
10. Ben Roethlisberger 3,941
Rk. STEELER, YEARS CMP-ATT YARDS
1. Ben Roethlisberger, 2004-17 3,941-6,152 48,335
2. Terry Bradshaw, 1970-83 2,025-3,901 27,989
3. Kordell Stewart, 1995-2002 1,190-2,107 13,328
4. Neil O’Donnell, 1991-95 1,069-1,871 12,867
5. Bubby Brister, 1986-92 776-1,477 10,104

STEELERS ALL-TIME PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS


Rk. STEELER GP TDS
1. Ben Roethlisberger 191 308
2. Terry Bradshaw 168 212
3. Kordell Stewart 113 70
4. Neil O’Donnell 66 68
5. Bobby Layne 55 66

STEELERS ALL-TIME PASS COMPLETION LEADERS


Rk. STEELER GP CMP
1. Ben Roethlisberger 191 3,941
2. Terry Bradshaw 168 2,025
3. Kordell Stewart 113 1,190
BEN’S CAREER GAME HITTING 3,000 IN 11 STRAIGHT
QB Ben Roethlisberger set single-game Steelers franchise QB Ben Roethlisberger extended his consecutive seasons
records during Week 8’s 51-34 win over Indianapolis in 2014 of throwing for 3,000 yards to 11 during Week 13’s game vs. the
with 40 pass completions, 522 passing yards and six passing New York Giants in 2016.
touchdowns. He joined Brett Favre (18), Peyton Manning (13), Drew Brees
His 522 passing yards tied as the fourth-most in an NFL game: (13), Eli Manning (12) and Philip Rivers (11) as just the sixth signal
caller in NFL history to have such a streak:
MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME - NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER PASSING YARDS CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 3,000 PASSING YARDS -
1. Norm Van Brocklin, 9/28/1951 554 NFL HISTORY
T2. Matt Schaub, 11/18/2012 527 Rk. QUARTERBACK CONS. YEARS (SEASONS)
Warren Moon, 12/16/1990 527 1. Brett Favre 18 (1992-2009)
T4. Ben Roethlisberger, 10/26/2014 522 T2. Drew Brees 13 (2004-16)
Boomer Esiason, 11/10/1996 522 Peyton Manning 13 (1998-2010)
BEN TO A.B. 4. Eli Manning
T5. Ben Roethlisberger
12 (2005-16)
11 (2006-16)
Philip Rivers 11 (2006-16)
QB Ben Roethlisberger connected with WR Antonio Brown
on their 50th touchdown strike on the game-winning score in Week
16’s AFC North title game clincher in 2016 against Baltimore at
15 IN FIRST 13
Heinz Field (31-27) - marking the most touchdown connections
by a tandem in Steelers history: QB Ben Roethlisberger threw four touchdowns in Week Five
vs. New York to increase his 2016 season total to 15. He has now
MOST TOUCHDOWN CONNECTIONS thrown at least 15 touchdown passes in each of his first 13 NFL
STEELERS HISTORY seasons - tying as the longest streak of 15 touchdown campaigns
Rk. PLAYERS TOUCHDOWNS to start an NFL career:
1. Ben Roethlisberger-Antonio Brown 52
2. Terry Bradshaw-Lynn Swann 49 MOST CONSECUTIVE 15-TOUCHDOWN PASS
3. Terry Bradshaw-John Stallworth 44 Rk. PLAYER SEASONS TO START A CAREER
T1. Ben Roethlisberger, 2004-16 13
Peyton Manning, 1998-2010 13
T3. Jim Kelly, 1986-95 10
Dan Marino, 1983-92 10
Fran Tarkenton, 1961-70 10
BEN’S NUMBERS MOVING ON UP
QB Ben Roethlisberger leads the Steelers in nearly all major
1st
career statistics. The following is where Roethlisberger ranks in
Became the first quarterback in NFL history to with 500
Steelers history in several key passing categories:
passing yards in two career games (Week 8 2014 and Week
15 2009). Roethlisberger’s Career Rankings Among Steelers QBs
Category Statistic Rank
Single-Season TD Passes (2007 and 2014)....................... 32 .............. 1st
4 Single-Season Passing Yards (2014) ............................ 4,952 .............. 1st
Roethlisberger is one of four active quarterbacks to throw at Career Passing TDs (regular season) .............................. 308 .............. 1st
Single-Season Completions (2014) .................................. 408 .............. 1st
least 170 touchdowns at home during the regular season. Single-Season Pass Attempts (2014) ............................... 608 .............. 1st
Single-Season Completion Pct. (2015) ............................ 68.0 .............. 1st
Single-Season Passer Rating (2007)............................. 104.1 .............. 1st
8 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-16) ..............................11 .............. 1st
Became the fifth quarterback (eighth occasion) to record at Consecutive 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-16) .........11 .............. 1st
least 20 regular-season wins against one opponent since Single-Game Completion Pct. (11/26/07 vs. Miami) ........ 85.7 .............. 1st
Seasons w/ 250+ Completions (2006-09, ‘11-16) ............... 10 .............. 1st
the 1970 season, earning his 20th regular-season win vs. Seasons w/ Completion Pct. of 60.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09-‘15) ....... 10 .............. 1st
Cleveland in Week 11 of 216, joining Dan Marino (vs. Colts), Seasons w/ Passer Rating of 90.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09-’15) ......... 9 .............. 1st
Brett Favre (vs. Bears and Lions), John Elway (vs. Chargers Completions in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Indianapolis
and Seahawks) and Tom Brady (vs. Bills and Jets). and 12/20/15 vs. Denver)...........40 ............. 1st
Attempts in Single Game (11/30/14 vs. New Orleans)........ 58 .............. 1st
Passing Yards in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Indianapolis) ........ 522 .............. 1st
Career Winning Pct. ......................................................... .672 .............. 1st
8 Career Completions ....................................................... 3,941 .............. 1st
The number of seasons Roethlisberger has thrown 20 Career Attempts ............................................................. 6,152 .............. 1st
touchdowns or more during his NFL career - a franchise Career Passing Yards .................................................. 48,335 .............. 1st
record. Career Completion Pct..................................................... 64.1 .............. 1st
Career Passing Yards/Attempts ......................................... 7.9 .............. 1st
Career QB Rating ............................................................ 93.5 .............. 1st
15 Career 300-yard Passing Games (reg and posteason) ...... 53 .............. 1st
Career Games w/ 30+ Completions (reg and postseason). 18 .............. 1st
He has thrown at least 15 touchdown passes in each of his first Career Games w/ 100.0+ Passer Rating (reg and posteason) . 80 .............. 1st
13 NFL seasons, tying as the most consecutive seasons with Career Perfect Passer Rating Games (158.3) ** .................. 3 .............. 1st
15 or more scoring tosses to start a career (Peyton Manning: Career QB Rating in 4th Qtr. * ......................................... 91.3 .............. 1st
1998-2010). Career Touchdown Passes in Final 2 mins./game * ........... 45 .............. 1st
Consecutive Reg. Gms. w/ At Least One TD Pass (2012-Week 1 of 2014) 30 .............. 1st
Games Played by Rookie QB (2004) .................................. 14 .............. 1st
20-PLUS Passing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004)............................ 295 .............. 1st
Pass Completions by Rookie QB (2004) .......................... 196 .............. 1st
The Steelers have scored at least 20 points in 77 of the 93 Passing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 2,621 .............. 1st
games at home with Roethlisberger as the starter. Passing TDs by Rookie QB (2004) ..................................... 17 .............. 1st
Rushing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 56 .............. 1st
Rushing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ................................ 144 .............. 1st
43 Completion Pct. by Rookie QB (2004) ** ......................... 66.4 .............. 1st
Number of games Roethlisberger has totaled at least three Passer Rating by Rookie QB (2004) ** ............................ 98.1 .............. 1st
Comp. %./Single Game by Rookie QB (10/17/04 vs. Dal.) **84.0........... 1st
touchdown passes in his career (42 regular season, 1 Consecutive Wins to Start Career (2004) ** ....................... 13 .............. 1st
postseason), including five of his six home games played in Total Wins by Rookie QB (2004) ** ..................................... 13 .............. 1st
2016. Passing TDs in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Ind. and 11/2/14 vs. Bal.) ... 6 .............. 1st
Single-Game TD Passes at Heinz Field (10/26/14 vs. Ind. and 11/2/14 vs. Bal.)... 6 .............. 1st
Passing TDs in Back-to-Back Games ** ............................. 12 .............. 1st
50 Total Wins When Throwing for 300-plus Yards ................... 26 .............. 1st
Seasons w/ 25+ Passing TDs (2007, ‘09, ‘12-16) ................. 6 .............. 1st
Roethlisberger has thrown 50 300-plus yard passing games in Career Wins (Regular Season). ....................................... .127 .............. 1st
his regular season NFL career - most in franchise history - and Career TD Passes (indoors) ............................................... 19 .............. 1st
became the ninth QB in NFL history to reach 50 with one team Single-Game TD Passes on MNF (11/5/07 vs. Bal.) ** ......... 5 ........... T-1st
(11th overall). Consecutive Passes Completed (11/26/07 vs. Miami)........ 15 ........... T-1st
Career Touchdown Passes in Dec./Jan. ............................. 85 .............. 1st
Career Rushing Yards (by QB) ...................................... 1,199 .............. 3rd
127-62 Career Rushing Touchdowns (by QB) ................................ 16 .............. 3rd
Roethlisberger’s record as a starting quarterback in the regular
season - the third best record in the NFL among all active * Since 1991
** NFL Record
quarterbacks (min. 50 starts) - and most wins in franchise
history for a starting signal caller.

125.0
Has recorded a passer rating of 125.0 or better 18 times in his
NFL career (minimum 20 attempts), most recent Week 12 on
Thursday Night Football at Indianapolis Colts (146.0).

150.0
Roethlisberger has posted a passer rating of 150.0 or better in
eight games during his NFL career (min. 10 attempts/game) -
the most all-time.

400
Since entering the NFL in 2004, Roethlisberger has produced
nine 400-plus yard games - the fifth most in NFL history.
NO. 84: ANTONIO BROWN BROWN SINCE 2010
WR Antonio Brown leads all NFL players with 48 receptions WR Antonio Brown has recorded five 1,000-receiving yard
and 700 receiving yards in 2017. campaigns (2011 and ‘13-16) and four consecutive 100-reception
Brown has eclipsed 100 receiving yards in four of the Steelers’ seasons from 2013-16 since entering the NFL in 2010.
first six games of 2017, and added 10 or more catches in three. His 680 receptions and 9,077 receiving yards are the most
Brown opened the 2017 season setting a new team Kickoff since entering the NFL in 2010:
Weekend record for receptions with 11 for 182 receiving yards -
the second-most by a Steeler in a Week One matchup. His 182 NFL RECEPTION LEADERS: 2010-CURRENT
receiving yards marked the 30th 100-receivng yard game of his Rk. PLAYER, TEAM GP REC.
NFL career, breaking a tie for the most such games in team history. 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 107 680
In Week Six at Kansas City, Brown recorded game-highs in 2. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 116 644
receptions (8) and receiving yards (155), and added a 51-yard 3. Brandon Marshall, MIA-CHI-NYJ-NYG 111 632
touchdown catch. Below is a look at where Brown ranks in the
NFL in 2017: NFL RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS: 2010-CURRENT
• Receptions: 48 (1st) Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS
• Receiving Yards: 700 (1st) 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 680 9,077
• Receptions for First Downs: 30 (1st) 2. Calvin Johnson, DET 538 8,548
• 10-Reception Games: 3 (1st) 3. Brandon Marshall, MIA-CHI-NYJ-NYG 632 8,196
• 100-Yard Receiving Games: 4 (1st)
• Receptions Per Game: 8.0 (1st)
• Receptions of 25-Plus Yards: 7 (T-1st) BROWN SINCE 2010 VS. NFC
• Yards From Scrimmage: 700 (5th)
WR Antonio Brown Brown has also seen success when
9,000 MILESTONE facing members of the opposing conference in the NFC since
entering the NFL.
WR Antonio Brown hit the 9,000 receiving yard milestone Brown leads all AFC players in receptions (195) and ranks
in Week Six of 2017 at Kansas City in his 107th regular-season second in receiving yards (2,502) and touchdown catches (17)
game - the fewest games to the milestone in Steelers history in games vs. NFC opponents since entering the NFL in 2010:
(Hines Ward, 159) and tying Randy Moss for the fourth-fewest
games to the milestone in NFL history. AFC RECEPTION LEADERS VS. NFC: 2010-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM GP REC.
FASTEST TO 650 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 28 195
2. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 27 174
WR Antonio Brown reached 650 career receptions on his 3. Antonio Gates, LAC 26 138
second catch in his 104th career regular-season game in Week
Three at Chicago, setting an NFL record for the fewest games AFC RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS VS. NFC:
to the milestone (Marvin Harrison: 107). 2010-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS
FEWEST GAMES TO 650 CATCHES: NFL HISTORY 1. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 174 2,504
Rk. PLAYER GAMES 2. Antonio Brown, PIT 195 2,502
1. Antonio Brown 104 3. A.J. Green, CIN 124 1,850
2. Marvin Harrison 107
3. Andre Johnson 112
BROWN AMONG TOPS IN FIRST SEVEN
481 AND 6,315
WR Antonio Brown Brown caught 632 receptions in his first
WR Antonio Brown caught 481 passes for 6,315 receiving seven years in the NFL (2010-16) - the second most by any player
yards in the 2013-16 seasons to mark the most receptions and in their first seven seasons in NFL history:
the second-most receiving yards by any player in a four-year
span in NFL history: NFL RECEPTION LEADERS:
FIRST SEVEN YEARS OF A CAREER
MOST RECEPTIONS IN ANY FOUR-YEAR SPAN: Rk. PLAYER, YEARS RECEPTIONS
NFL HISTORY 1. Marvin Harrison, 1996-2002 665
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632
1. Antonio Brown, 2013-16 481 3. Torry Holt, 1999-2005 619
2. Marvin Harrison, 1999-2002 469
3. Wes Welker, 2009-12 449 Brown has recorded 70 games with at least five catches and 50
receiving yards in his first seven years in the NFL, the most such
MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN ANY FOUR-YEAR SPAN: games in a player’s first seven seasons in NFL history:
NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS MOST FIVE CATCH AND 50-YARD GAMES IN
1. Marvin Harrison, 1999-2002 6,322 FIRST SEVEN YEARS OF A CAREER: NFL HISTORY
1. Antonio Brown, 2013-16 6,315 Rk. PLAYER, YEARS 5/50 GAMES
3. Calvin Johnson, 2010-13 6,257 1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 70
2. Torry Holt, 1999-2005 69
3. Marvin Harrison, 1996-2002 65
REACHING 600 IN 96 BROWN ON THE TEAM’S CHARTS
WR Antonio Brown hauled in the 600th reception of his NFL WR Antonio Brown is the second player in Steelers history
career in Week 11 at Cleveland in 2016 - his 96th regular-season with 600 receptions, second with 9,000 with receiving yards and
game - setting an NFL record for thew fewest games played to fourth with 9,000 yards from scrimmage:
reach 600 catches in a career:
STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEPTION LEADERS
FEWEST GAMES TO 600 RECEPTIONS: NFL HISTORY Rk. STEELER, YEARS RECEPTIONS
Rk. PLAYER GAMES TO 600 1. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 1,000
1. Antonio Brown 96 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 680
2. Anquan Boldin 98 3. Heath Miller, 2005-15 592
3. Marvin Harrison 102
4. Andre Johnson 104 STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
5. Brandon Marshall 105 Rk. STEELER, YEARS REC. YARDS
1. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 12,083
554 IN 90 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 9,077
3. John Stallworth, 1974-878,723 8,723
WR Antonio Brown played in his 90th career regular-season
game in Week Four of 2016, and increased his career total to
STEELERS ALL-TIME SRIMMAGE YARDAGE LEADERS
554 receptions - the second-most by any player in NFL history Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH YDS/REC YDS SCRMG.YARDS
in their first 90 career regular-season games: 1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 / 2,284 14,234
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 428 / 12,083 12,511
MOST RECEPTIONS IN FIRST 90 REGULAR-SEASON GAMES 3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 / 806 11,377
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS 4. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 119 / 9,077 9,196
1. Anquan Boldin 558 5. John Stallworth, 1974-87 111 / 8,723 8,834
2. Antonio Brown 554
3. Larry Fitzgerald 515 Brown caught his second touchdown pass of the season in
7,500 / 8,000 / 9,000 SCRIMMAGE YARDS Week Six at Kansas City to break a tie with Lynn Swann for the
third-most touchdown receptions team history:
WR Antonio Brown reached the 7,500 scrimmage yard
STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS
milestone in Week Three’s game at Philadelphia in 2016. He
Rk. STEELER, YEARS REC. YARDS TDs
accomplished the feat in his 89th career regular-season game
1. Hines Ward, 1988-2011 1,000 12,083 85
to tie Calvin Johnson for the fourth-fewest games to 7,500
2. John Stallworth, 1974-87 537 8,723 63
scrimmage yards by a wide receiver in NFL history.
3. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 680 9,077 52
Brown reached the 8,000 scrimmage yard mark in Week 10’s
4. Lynn Swann, 1974-82 336 5,462 51
game vs. Dallas in 2016, in his 95th career regular-season game
5. Heath Miller, 2005-15 592 6,569 45
to mark the sixth-fewest games to 8,000 scrimmage yards by a
wide receiver in NFL history.
Brown increased his overall touchdown total to 57 in Week
In Week Five vs. Jacksonville, Brown totaled 10 catches for
Six at Kansas City - the fifth-most total touchdowns in franchise
157 receiving yards to eclipse the 9,000 scrimmage yard barrier.
history:
He reached 9,000 career scrimmage yards in 106 regular-season
games – marking the third-fewest games to the milestone in
STEELERS ALL-TIME TOUCHDOWN LEADERS
Steelers history (Jerome Bettis: 101 and Franco Harris: 104) and
Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH / REC / RET TDS
tied Randy Moss for the fifth-fewest games to the milestone by
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 91 / 9 / 0 100
a wide receiver in NFL history.
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 1 / 85 / 0 86
MAKING MOST IN 100 3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 78 / 2 / 0 80
4. John Stallworth, 1974-87 1 / 63 / 0 64
WR Antonio Brown played in his 100th career regular-season 5. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 0 / 52 / 5 57
game in Week 15 at Cincinnati in 2016, and increased his career
total to 622 receptions to mark the most catches by any player in WR Antonio Brown is the second player in Steelers history
NFL history in their first 100 career games: with 600 receptions, second with 9,000 with receiving yards and
fourth with 9,000 yards from scrimmage:
MOST RECEPTIONS IN FIRST 100 GAMES: NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER CATCHES MOST 100-SCRIMMAGE YARD GAMES:
1. Antonio Brown 622 STEELERS HISTORY
2. Anquan Boldin 614 Rk. STEELER, YEARS 100-YARD GAMES
3. Marvin Harrison 591 1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 57
4. Andre Johnson 576 2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 53
5. Larry Fitzgerald 565 3. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 35
4. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 34
5. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 31
BROWN ON THE TEAM’S CHARTS UNFORGETTABLE SEVEN
WR Antonio Brown’s 2015 receptions and receiving yards WR Antonio Brown has registered the most receptions by
totals marked the most by a Steeler in a single-season in a Steelers’ receiver in their first four, five, six and seven regular
team history. His 106 receptions in 2016 are the fifth-most in a seasons:
single-season in team history and his 1,284 receiving yards are
10th-most: RECEPTIONS IN
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS GP/GS
STEELERS SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632 101/74
Rk. STEELER, YEAR RECEPTIONS 2. Hines Ward, 1998-2004 505 112/93
3. Heath Miller, 2005-11 337 108/107
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 136
4. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 303 79/70
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 129
5. Lynn Swann, 1974-1980 284 93/76
3. Hines Ward, 2002 112
4. Antonio Brown, 2013 110 Brown’s 5,259 receiving yards were the most receiving yards
5. Antonio Brown, 2016 106 by a Steelers’ receiver in their first five regular seasons, his 7,093
were the most by a Steeler in their first six seasons and his 8,377
STEELERS SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING YARDS stand as the most in a player’s first seven years with the Steelers:
LEADERS
Rk. STEELER, YEAR RECEIVING YARDS RECEIVING YARDS IN
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 1,834 Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 1,698 1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 8,377
3. Antonio Brown, 2013 1,499 2. Hines Ward, 1998-2004 6,055
4. Yancey Thigpen, 1997 1,398 3. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 5,347
5. John Stallworth, 1984 1,395 4. Buddy Dial, 1959-63 4,723
6. Hines Ward, 2002 1,329 5. Lynn Swann, 1974-80 4,692
7. Plaxico Burress, 2002 1,325
8. Yancey Thigpen, 1995 1,307 Brown totaled 7,755 all-purpose yards - the most by a Steeler
9. Buddy Dial, 1963 1,295 in their first five regular seasons (2010-13) and his 9,911 were
10. Antonio Brown, 2016 1,284 tops by a Steeler through their first six seasons. Through 2016,
he registered a team-best 11,367 for a player’s first seven
BROWN’S FRANCHISE DAY campaigns:

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS IN
WR Antonio Brown posted the most prolific receiving game
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS
for a player in Steelers history in Week 9’s 38-35 win vs. Oakland
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 11,367
in 2015.
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2002 9,087
He led all players with franchise records of 17 catches for 284
3. Franco Harris, 1972-78 8,630
receiving yards, and added 22 rushing yards for a team record
4. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 7,196
306 yards from scrimmage:
5. Rod Woodson, 1987-93 7,148
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RECEPTION LEADERS
Rk. STEELER RECEPTIONS
ALL AROUND BROWN
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 17
WR Antonio Brown has been a valuable asset to the team’s
2. Antonio Brown, Dec. 20, 2015 16
offensive and special teams efforts. In Week 13 vs. Indianapolis in
T3. Antonio Brown, Nov. 13, 2016 14
2015, Brown returned a punt for a 71-yard touchdown, his fourth
Courtney Hawkins, Nov. 1, 1998 14
punt return for a touchdown to tie a Steelers record:
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
STEELERS ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWNS
Rk. STEELER REC. YARDS
Rk. STEELER, YEARS PR TDs
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 284
T1. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 4
2. Plaxico Burress, Nov. 10, 2002 253
Antwaan Randle El, 2002-05, ‘10 4
3. Buddy Dial, Oct. 22, 1961 235
T3. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 3
Ray Mathews, 1951-59 3
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS
Rk. STEELER SCRMG. YARDS
Brown also ranks second in team history with 1,713 punt return
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 306
yards:
2. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 298
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 256
STEELERS ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN YARDS
Rk. STEELER, YEARS CAREER PR YARDS PR TDs
1. Rod Woodson, 1987-96 2,362 2
2. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 1,713 4
3. Antwaan Randle El, 2002-05, ‘10 1,650 4
4. Theo Bell, 1976, 1978-80 1,259 0
5. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 1,212 3

Along with four punts returned for touchdowns, Brown has one
kickoff returned to the end zone in his career. He is the sixth player
in NFL history - the first Steeler - to have 35 career touchdown
catches and five returns for touchdowns.
BROWN’S STEELERS NOTES BRYANT’S AVERAGE NEAR THE TOP
In his seven years - WR Antonio Brown - has caught 10 WR Martavis Bryant posted game-highs in receiving yards
passes or more in 16 games of his NFL career, all with the (91) and scrimmage yards (98) in the team’s Week Two home
Steelers, the most double-digit reception games in team history: opener win against the Minnesota Vikings, and caught the 15th
touchdown reception of his NFL career on a 27-yard completion
MOST DOUBLE-DIGIT CATCH from QB Ben Roethlisberger in the first quarter.
Rk. STEELER, YEARS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY Since entering the NFL in 2014, Bryant has caught 93 passes
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 16 for 1,545 yards to give him a 16.6 yards per catch average -
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 7 the fourth best average among all NFL players in the past four
T3. Heath Miller, 2005-15 3 seasons:
Yancey Thigpen, 1992-97 3
NFL YARDS PER CATCH LEADERS: 2014 - CURRENT
His 33 100-receiving yard games are the most in the category Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS AVG.
in Steelers history: 1. DeSean Jackson, WAS-TB 159 2,989 18.8
2. J.J. Nelson, ARI 62 1,144 18.5
MOST 100-REC. YARD GAMES 3. Malcom Floyd, SD 82 1,417 17.3
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN STEELERS HISTORY
4. Martavis Bryant, PIT 93 1,545 16.6
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 33
5. T.Y. Hilton, IND 267 4,402 16.5
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 29
3. John Stallworth, 1974-87 25

Brown has caught two touchdown catches in 12 games in his THE OUTLAW JESSE JAMES
NFL career, all with Pittsburgh, the second-most multi-touchdown
catch games in Steelers history: TE Jesse James caught six passes for 41 yards with two
touchdown catches in the Steelers Week One 21-18 win at
MOST MULTI-TOUCHDOWN Cleveland. It was the first career multi-touchdown game of his
Rk. STEELER, YEARS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY NFL career – and marked the 10th such game by a Steelers tight
1. Buddy Dial, 1959-63 15 end since 1960 and the first since 2012 (Heath Miller, Sept. 23,
2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 12 2012 at Oakland).
3. Lynn Swann, 1974-82 10
4.
T5.
John Stallworth, 1974-87
Louis Lipps, 1984-91
9
7
STEELERS ADD MCDONALD
Roy Jefferson, 1965-69 7
The Steelers acquired veteran TE Vance McDonald via trade
From 2014-15, Brown caught 23 touchdown passes - the most with the San Francisco 49ers on Aug. 29.
by a Steeler in back-to-back seasons - and joining Hines Ward McDonald entered the NFL as a second-round (55th overall)
as the only players with 10 or more touchdown receptions in draft selection of San Francisco in 2013. He has started 33-of-53
consecutive years: games played and his career numbers include 65 receptions for
892 yards and seven touchdowns.
MOST TOUCHDOWN CATCHES
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN BACK-TO-BACK SEASONS
1. Antonio Brown, 2014-15 23
T2. Antonio Brown, 2015-16 22
Hines Ward, 2002-03 22

Brown’s nine 100-yard receiving games in 2015 set a single-


season team record, surpassing his previous 2014 record of eight:

MOST 100-REC. YARD GAMES


Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN A SEASON: STEELERS HISTORY
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 9
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 8
T3. Mike Wallace, 2010 7
John Stallworth, 1984 7
T5. Yancey Thigpen, 1997 6
Buddy Dial, 1963 6

BROWN NUMBER TO NOTE


180
WR Antonio Brown became the first player in NFL history
to record four 180-yard receiving games in a season in 2015
(195: Sept. 20, vs. San Francisco, 284: Nov. 8 vs. Oakland,
189: Dec. 20 vs. Denver and 187: Jan. 3 at Cleveland ).
RINGING THE BELL BELL SINCE ‘13
RB Le’Veon Bell has rushed for at least 100 yards in two RB Le’Veon Bell’s 1,259 yards from scrimmage paced the
of the Steelers’ first six games in 2017, and posted at least 90 Steelers’ offense in 2013 and set a franchise rookie record. His
yards from scrimmage in five games. output marked the second-best production among the NFL’s
Bell led all players with a game high 186 yards from scrimmage rookie class in 2013. Bell finished second in the NFL with 2,215
(144 rushing yards on 35 carries / 42 receiving yards on four yards from scrimmage in 2014.
catches) and scored two rushing touchdowns in the team’s 26-9 Since entering the NFL in 2013, the fifth-year back leads the
Week Four win at Baltimore. NFL with an average of 127.5 yards from scrimmage per game:
In Week Two’s home oepner win against Minnesota, Bell led
all rushers with 87 yards on 27 carries and caught four passes NFL SRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME LEADERS:
for four yards. 2013 - CURRENT
The Michigan State product tallied 179 rsuhing yards - tying as Rk. PLAYER GAMES-YARDS YARDS/GM
the tenth-most in a regular-season game in Steelers history - and 1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 53-6,756 127.5
the fourth-most in his NFL career in the team’s Week Six win at 2. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 64-6,898 107.8
Kansas City. 3. Julio Jones, ATL 55-5,828 106.0
Below is a look at where Brown ranks in the NFL in 2017: 4. Antonio Brown, PIT 69-7,069 102.4
• Rushes for First Downs: 36 (1st) 5. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 67-6,819 101.8
• Total First Downs (Rushing/Receiving): 44 (1st)
• Rushes per Game: 22.3 (1st) Since entering the NFL in 2013, Bell has recorded 34 games
• Rushes for 10-Plus Yards: 16 (T-2nd) with 100 yards from scrimmage or more - tied as the second most
• Rushing Yards: 550 (3rd) over that time span:
• Receptions by a Running Back: 30 (3rd)
• Rushing Touchdowns: 4 (T-3rd) MOST 100-YARD SCRIMMAGE GAMES:
• Scrimmage Yards: 706 (4th) 2013-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER 100-YARD GAMES
BELL’S FRANCHISE DAY 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 40
2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 34
RB Le’Veon Bell rushed for 236 yards in Week 14 of 2016 at 3. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 33
Buffalo to set the team’s single-game record and his 298 yards 4. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 32
from scrimmage marked the second-most: 5. Antonio Brown, PIT 31

STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RUSHING YARDS LEADERS


BELL AMONG STEELERS BEST IN FIVE
Rk. STEELER REC. YARDS
RB Le’Veon Bell has produced 4,595 rushing yards and 6,756
1. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 236
yards from scrimmage since entering the NFL in 2013.
2. Willie Parker, Dec. 7, 2006 223
His 6,756 yards from scrimmage are the second most by a
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 218
Steeler in their first five years with the team, while his 4,595
rushing yards are fifth-best:
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS
Rk. STEELER SCRMG. YARDS
SCRIMMAGE YARDS IN
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 306
Rk. STEELER FIRST FIVE YEARS
2. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 298 1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2000 7,242
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 256 2. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 6,756
3. Franco Harris, 1972-76 5,947
BELL’S 157.0 IN HISTORY 4. Willie Parker, 2004-08 5,622
5. Antonio Brown, 2010-14 5,341
RB Le’Veon Bell’s led the NFL with an average of 157.0 yards
from scrimmage per game in 2016 - the third-best mark in NFL RUSHING YARDS IN
history for a single-sesaon: Rk. STEELER FIRST FIVE YEARS
1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2000 6,713
SRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS: 2. Franco Harris, 1972-76 5,133
3. Willie Parker, 2004-08 4,989
NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM, YR SCRMG. YDS (RUSH / REC)AVG,/GAME 4. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 4,595
1. Priest Holmes, KC, 2002 2,287 (1,615 / 672) 163.4 5. John Henry Johnson, 1960-64 4,370
2. O.J. Simpson, BUF, 1975 2,243 (1,817 / 426) 160.2
3. Le’Veon Bell, PIT, 2016 1,884 (1,268 / 616) 157.0 Bell’s 6,050 yards from scrimmage that he racked up from
4. Chris Johnson, TEN, 2009 2,509 (2,006 / 503) 156.8 2013-16 are the most by a Steeler in their first four years with
5. Marshall Faulk, STL, 2000 2,189 (1,359 / 830) 156.4 the team, while his 4,045 rushing yards were third-best.
FIRST IN 50
RB Le’Veon Bell appeared in his 50th NFL regular-season
game in Week Three at Chicago in 2017, and increased his
career rushing yards total to 4,225 and receiving yards to 2,061.
He is the first player in NFL history to record at least 4,000
rushing and 2,000 receiving yards in their first 50 games.
BELL ON THE TOP 10 OVER 200 TIMES TWO AND FOUR
RB Le’Veon Bell has made his mark on the Steelers’ top 10 RB Le’veon Bell eclipsed 200 rushing yards for the second
rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and yards from scrimmage time in his NFL regular-season career in Week 14 at Buffalo in
lists within his first five seasons with the team: 2016, racking up a franchise record 236 yards. It marked his
second 200-rushing yard performance (204: Nov. 17, 2014) to
MOST RUSHING YARDS: STEELERS HISTORY tie him with Willie Parker for the most 200-rushing yard games
Rk. STEELER RUSHING YARDS in team history.
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 Bell has eclipsed 200 yards from scrimmage five times in his
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 career, most recently in Week 14 of 2016 at Buffalo.
3. Willie Parker, 2004-09 5,378 His five 200-yard scrimmage games are the most in Steelers
4. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 4,595 history, as he broke a tie with Willie Parker (three), and are the
5. John Henry Johnson, 1960-65 4,381
most in the NFL since he entered the League in 2013.
MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE: STEELERS HISTORY
Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH YDS/REC YDS SCRMG.YARDS UNDER THE MONDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 / 2,284 14,234
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 428 / 12,083 12,511 RB Le’Veon Bell tied Barry Sanders for the most yards from
3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 / 806 11,377 scrimmage in a player’s first three Monday Night Football games
4. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 119 / 9,077 9,196 with 494 after Week 5’s 127-yard game.
5. John Stallworth, 1974-87 111 / 8,723 8,834
6. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 4,595 / 2,161 6,756 MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN A PLAYER’S
FIRST THREE MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL GAMES
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS: STEELERS HISTORY Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Rk. STEELER RUSHING TDs T1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 494
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 91 Barry Sanders, DET 494
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 78 3. Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams 491
3. Kordell Stewart, 1995-2002 35
4. Terry Bradshaw, 1970-83 32
5. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 30
5,000 IN 42
MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY RB Le’veon Bell reached 5,000 yards from scrimmage in Week
Rk. STEELER 100-YARD GAMES
11’s game at Cleveland in 2016, his 42nd career regular-season
1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 50
game, marking the fewest games in Steelers history to the mark:
2. Franco Harris, 1972-83 47
3. Willie Parker, 2004-09 25
4. Barry Foster, 1990-94 20 FEWEST GAMES TO 5,000 SCRIMMAGE
5. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 16 Rk. PLAYER YARDS: STEELERS HISTORY
1. Le’Veon Bell 42
MOST 150-SCRIMMAGE YARDS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY 2. Jerome Bettis 52
Rk. STEELER 150-YARD GAMES T3. Willie Parker 56
1. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 13 Franco Harris 56
2. Franco Harris, 1972-83 12 5. John Henry Johnson 64
3. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 9
T4. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 7 Bell also reached the plateau in the second-fewest games
Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 7 among active NFL players (Chris Johnson: 41).

MOST 100-SCRIMMAGE YARD GAMES: 6,500 IN 52


STEELERS HISTORY
Rk. STEELER, YEARS 100-YARD GAMES RB Le’veon Bell eclipsed 6,500 yards from scrimmage in the
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 57 52nd regular-season game of his NFL career in Week Five of 2017
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 53 vs. Jacksonville to become the fastest player in Steelers history
3. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 35 to the mark (Jerome Bettis: 70) and tying LaDanian Tomlinson for
4. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 34 the third-fewest games in NFL history to the milestone (Edgerrin
5. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 31 James: 50 and Eric Dickerson: 51).

3,000 AND 1,500 FEWEST GAMES TO 6,500 SCRIMMAGE


Rk. PLAYER YARDS: NFL HISTORY
RB Le’veon Bell became the third player in Steelers history 1. Edgerrin James 50
with at least 3,000 rushing and 1,500 receiving yards in Week 2. Eric Dickerson 51
Six at Miami in 2016, joining Franco Harris and Merril Hoge. T3. Le’Veon Bell 52
Bell reached the 3,000 rushing and 1,500 receiving yard mark LaDanian Tomlinson 52
in his 38th career regular-season game, surpassing Edgerrin 5. Terrell Davis 53
James (42 games) for the fewest games in NFL history to reach
the milestone.
OCTO-BELL DECEM-BELL
Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled
2,283 yards from scrimmage - the most in the NFL in games 1,686 yards from scrimmage in the month of December - the
played in October since 2013: second most in the NFL in games played in December since
2013, and his 1,216 rushing yards in games played in the month
MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN of December since 2013 are third most:
OCTOBER: 2013 - CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN
1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 2,283 DECEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
2. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,920 Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
3. T.Y. Hilton, IND 1,805 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,954
4. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOU 1,743 2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,686
5. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 1,726 3. Antonio Brown, PIT 1,578
4. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 1,508
His 1,627 rushing yards are tops in games played in the month 5. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 1,423
of October since 2013:
MOST RUSHING YARDS IN GAMES PLAYED IN
MOST RUSHING YARDS IN GAMES PLAYED IN DECEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
OCTOBER: 2013 - CURRENT Rk. PLAYER RUSHINGYARDS
Rk. PLAYER RUSHINGYARDS 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,552
1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,627 2. Frank Gore, SF-IND 1,271
1. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,528 3. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,216
3. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOUR 1,331 4. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,153
4. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,246 5. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOU 1,097
5. Frank Gore, SF-IND 1,201

NOVEM-BELL
Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled
1,765 yards from scrimmage in the month of November - the
second-most yards in November games over the last three
seasons:

MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN


NOVEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
1. Antonio Brown, PIT 1,802
2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,765
2. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,728
4. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,650
5. Mark Ingram, NO 1,525
HARRISON SETS TEAM SACK MARK SHAZIER ON THE INSIDE
LB James Harrison brought down Cleveland QB Cody LB Ryan Shazier leads the Steelers’ defense with 49 tackles
Kessler in Week 11’s game of 2016 to increase his Steelers in 2017 and has led or tied for the team lead in tackles in four of
sack total to 77.5 to set the Steelers mark for the most sacks the team’s first six games. Along with 49 tackles, the fourth-year
since the statistic became official in 1982. Harrison posted his linebacker has totaled two interceptions, six passes defensed,
first sack of 2017 in Week Six at Kansas City, becoming the first two quarterback hits, two tackles for losses, two forced fumbles
Steeler with at least 80.0 sacks since the stat became official in and a fumble recovery.
1982: His 49 combined tackles place him tied for fifth among all NFL
defenders in 2017:
STEELERS SACK LEADERS SINCE 1982
Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS NFL TACKLE LEADERS: 2017
1. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-16 80.5 Rk. PLAYER, TEAM TACKLES
2. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 77.0 1. C.J. Mosley, BAL 55
3. Joey Porter, 1999-2006 60.0 2. Demario Davis, NYJ 53
3. Tyvon Branch, ARI 52
Harrison produced his 19th multi-sack game as a Steeler with 4. Zach Brown, BUF 50
a two sack performance in Week Nine at Baltimore in 2016. His T5. Ryan Shazier, PIT 49
19 multi-sack games as a Steeler are the most such games in Jatavis Brown, LAC 49
team history since the statistic became official in 1982: Wesley Woodyard, TEN 49

STEELERS MULTI-SACK GAMES SINCE 1982 In Week Four’s 26-9 win at Baltimore, Shazier led the defense
Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS with 11 tackles (10 solo), along with a tackle for loss, one inter-
1. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-15 19 ception and three passes defensed. The interception marked the
2. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 17 fifth of his NFL career, picking off Baltimore QB Joe Flacco in the
3. LaMarr Woodley, 2007-13 16 fourth quarter.
Shazier totaled a team high seven tackles (four solo) and added
The linebacker also ranks second in team history for career a quarterback hit in the Steelers’ 21-18 Kickoff Weekend win at
forced fumbles, behind only Greg Lloyd (since 1987): Cleveland.
He recorded eight tackles (seven solo) to tie for the team lead,
STEELERS FORCED FUMBLE LEADERS SINCE 1987 along with a pass defensed, in the team’s regular-season Week
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FORCED FUMBLES Two home opener against Minnesota.
1. Greg Lloyd, 1988-97 36 The fourth-year linebacker registered a game high 11 tackles
2. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-15 32 (11 solo), with a tackle for loss, two forced fumbles and a fumble
BIG PLAY GAY recovery at Chicago in Week Three.

CB William Gay notched five tackles (four solo) in Pittsburgh’s MITCHELL IN THE BACKFIELD
Week One 21-18 win at Cleveland, and recorded three tackles
(two solo) along with a forced fumble in Week Two vs. Minnesota. S Mike Mitchell tallied one solo tackle in Week One’s 21-18
Gay picked off Cincinnati QB AJ McCarron and returned the ball win at Cleveland and tallied a pass defensed with two tackles in
23 yards for a touchdown in Week 14’s game of 2015. It marked Week Two vs. Minnesota.
Gay’s fifth consecutive interception return for a touchdown, setting Mitchell led Pittsburgh’s secondary with 11 total tackles, all solo,
a new NFL record, and his fifth pick six with the Steelers, tying in Week Three at Chicago, along with adding one pass defensed.
Rod Woodson for the most in team history: Through Week Six, Mitchell has tallied 25 total tackles (14
solo) and two passes defensed.
MOST CONSECUTIVE INTERCEPTION-TOUCHDOWNS -
NFL HISTORY HEYWARD ON THE END
Rk. PLAYER, YEARS INT-TDs
1. William Gay, 2013-17 5 DE Cameron Heyward produced the third multi-sack game in
T2. Captain Munnerylyn, 2012-13 4 his regular-season career, bringing down Baltimore QB Joe Flacco
Charles Tillman, 2012 4 twice in Week Four, increasing his 2017 sack total to 3.0 and his
Tedy Bruschi, 2002-03 4 career total to 28.0. He was also credited with a forced fumble
and fumble recovery in the second quarter giving Pittsburgh the
MOST INTERCEPTION-TOUCHDOWNS - ball at the Baltimore 28-yard line – the third forced fumble and
STEELERS HISTORY third fumble recovery of his NFL career.
Rk. STEELER, YEARS INT-TDs His 28.0 quarterback takedowns are the fourth-most by a
T1. William Gay, 2007-11, ‘13-17 5 Steelers defensive lineman since 1982:
Rod Woodson, 1987-96 5
T3. Chad Scott, 1997-2004 4 STEELERS DEFENSIVE LINEMAN SACK LEADERS -
Jack Butler, 1951-59 4 SINCE 1982
T5. Five Steelers Tied 3 Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS
1. Keith Willis, 1982-91 59.0
With his fifth interception returned for a touchdown, Gay 2. Aaron Smith, 1999-2011 44.0
became the 10th active NFL defender with five pick sixes and 3. Brett Keisel, 2002-14 30.0
increased his career total to 10 interceptions, eight as a Steeler. 4. Cameron Heyward, 2011-17 28.0
5. Keith Gary, 1983-88 25.0
WATT IN ROOKIE YEAR HADEN JOINS THE STEELERS
LB T.J. Watt - the Steelers’ first round selection the 2017 The Steelers signed CB Joe Haden to a three-year contract
NFL Draft - has recorded 19 tackles (15 solo), 3.0 sacks, five on Aug. 30.
tackles for losses, three quarterback hits, three passes defensed Haden, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, made his Steelers debut,
ad an interception in five games played in his rookie season. appearing in the 91st game of his NFL regular-season career
Watt started his regular-season career in historical fashion. and posted six tackles and 1.0 sack, on Kickoff Weekend at the
He became the first player to record at least two sacks and an Cleveland Browns. He brought down Cleveland QB DeShone
interception in an NFL debut on Kickoff Weekend since sacks Kizer for a sack of three yards to end the first half – his first sack
became an official statistic in 1982. He finished Week 1’s 21-18 with the Steelers – third of his NFL career – and first since Sept.
win at Cleveland with six tackles (five solo), 2.0 sacks, two tackles 11, 2011 (with Cleveland).
for losses, one quarterback hit and one interception. His 104 passes defensed since entering the NFL in 2010 are
With his 2.0 sack and one interception performance, Watt the second-most among all NFL defenders:
became:
• Third player in NFL history to record 2.0 sacks and an in- NFL PASSES DEFENSED LEADERS:
terception in an NFL debut, joining Charles Glaze (Oct. 4, 2010-CURRENT
1987) and Tommy Haynes (Oct. 4, 1987). Rk. PLAYER, TEAM(S) PD
1. Brent Grimes, ATL-MIA-TB 109
• First Steeler with at least 2.0 sacks in their NFL debut since 2. Joe Haden, CLE-PIT 104
sacks became an official statistic in 1982 (previous mark, 3. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, ARI-PHI-DEN-NYG 99
1.5, Kenny Davidson, Sept. 9, 1990 at Cleveland). 4. Tramon Williams, GB-CLE-ARI 99
5. Jonathan Joseph, CIN-HOU 97
• First Steeler with at least 2.0 sacks and an interception in
the same game since 2010 (LaMarr Woodley, Dec. 12 vs. The University of Florida product was a first-round (seventh
Cincinnati). overall) draft selection of the Browns in 2010. He has started 87-
of-96 games played in the NFL and his career numbers include
HILTON MAKING AN IMPACT 382 tackles (309 solo), 19 interceptions, 104 passes defensed,
four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 3.0 sacks.
CB Mike Hilton tallied the first sack and interception of his
NFL career in the Steelers’ 26-9 win at Baltimore in Week Four. WILLIAMS ON THE ‘D’
His sack, a six-yard takedown of Baltimore QB Joe Flacco came
in the third quarter, and his interception off of Flacco in the fourth
LB Vince Williams has set a single-season career high with
quarter.
a team-leading 4.0 sacks through the first six games of the 2017
The Mississippi product joined the Steelers’ practice squad in
season, surpassing his previous mark of 2.0 in 2016.
December of 2016, and he has started one-of-six games played
He posted his first career multi-sack game, finishing with 2.0
with Pittsburgh in 2017, recording 19 tackles (14 solo), 1.0 sack,
against the Chiefs in Week Six.
one interception, four quarterback hits and three tackles for loss-
Williams has started each of the team’ssixfive games in 2017,
es.
and recorded 31 tackles (26 solo), along with a career-best five
quarterback hits and adding five tackles for losses.
BOS-DOES-WELL A LAND DOWN IN THE 20
K Chris Boswell has converted 11-of-13 field goal attempts P Jordan Berry boomed six punts covering 275 yards (45.8
in 2017. He was successful on each of his three extra point average) in the team’s 21-18 win at Cleveland on Kickoff Week-
attempts in the team’s 21-18 win at Cleveland in Week One, end, and landed two inside Chicago’s 20-yard line in Week Three.
and converted each of his four field goal attempts in the team’s Through Week Six, Berry has punted 28 times (1,162 yards)
26-9 win in Week Two against Minnesota at Heinz Field. Against for a 41.5 average, in 2017, with nine landing inside the opponent
Jacksonville in Week Five, Boswell made each of his three field 20.
goal tries, and converted a 24-yard attempt in Week Six at Kansas Berry, in his third season in the NFL and with the Steelers, has
City. pinned opponents inside their 20-yard line 63 times in his career
Since joining the Steelers in 2015, Boswell is 61-of-70 overall to become the seventh player in Steelers history with at least 50.
on field goal attempts (87.1%), including 23-of-28 (82.1%) be-
tween 40-49 yards.
His 87.1 field goal percent ranks second in Steelers history
among kickers with at least 30 field goal attempts:

STEELERS FIELD GOAL % LEADERS


(Minimum 30 Attempts)
Rk. KICKER, YEARS FGM-FGA FG%
1. Shaun Suisham, 2010-14 124-141 87.9
2. Chris Boswell, 2015-17 61-70 87.1
3. Norm Johnson, 1995-98 105-127 82.7
4. Jeff Reed, 2002-10 204-249 81.9
5. Gary Anderson, 1982-94 309-395 78.2

Boswell became the eighth player in team history at least 60


field goals made in Week Four, a game in which he broke a tie
with Mike Clark for sole possession of the eighth-most field goals
in Steelers history:

STEELERS FIELD GOALS MADE LEADERS


Rk. KICKER, YEARS FGM
1. Gary Anderson, 1982-94 309
2. Jeff Reed, 2002-10 204
3. Roy Gerela, 1971-78 146
4. Shaun Suisham, 2010-14 124
5. Norm Johnson, 1995-98 105
6. Kris Brown, 1999-2001 80
7. Lou Michaels, 1961-63 62
8. Chris Boswell, 2015-17 61

BOZ TIES TEAM MARK


K Chris Boswell was successful on each of his six field goal
attempts (45, 49, 49, 40, 49, 30) in Week 15’s 24-20 win at Cin-
cinnati in 2016.
Boswell tied a a franchise single-game record with six field
goals made (Jeff Reed: Dec. 1, 2002 and Gary Anderson: Oct.
23, 1988):

STEELERS SINGLE-GAME FIELD GOALS MADE LEADERS


Rk. STEELER FGM
T1. Chris Boswell, Dec. 18, 2016 6
Jeff Reed, Dec. 1, 2002 6
Gary Anderson, Oct. 23, 1988 6
PRESEASON GAME #1 PRESEASON GAME #2
PITTSBURGH 20, NEW YORK GIANTS 12 PITTSBURGH 17, ATLANTA 13
AUG. 11, 2017 AUG. 20, 2017
METLIFE STADIUM (73,979) HEINZ FIELD (48,809)

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – A pair of Pittsburgh’s 2017 PITTSBURGH, Pa. – RB/PR Trey Williams ignited a Steelers’
rookie draft class members highlighted the team’s first preseason come-from-behind win over the Atlanta Falcons at Heinz Field,
game of the season. Rookie QB Joshua Dobbs and OLB T.J. courtesy of a special teams’ touchdown in the third quarter.
Watt made their NFL debuts and each helped their respective Trailing 13-3, Williams fielded a punt and burst through the
units to lead the team to a 20-12 win at the New York Giants. coverage unit of the Falcons to the end zone for a 64-yard score.
The Giants opened up the scoreboard with field goals Pittsburgh QB Bart Houston connected with WR Justin
from Aldrick Rosas and Mike Nugent in the opening two Hunter for the Steelers’ go-ahead score from six yards
quarters before Steelers’ K Chris Boswell connected on a out in the fourth quarter to lift the team to a 17-13 win.
48-yard field goal to make the score 6-3 in the second quarter. Atlanta produced three consecutive scoring drives to begin the
Pittsburgh’s special teams unit sparked the team prior to game - a touchdown and two field goals – their only points of the game
halftime. CB Mike Hilton recovered a muffed punt of the Giants as the Steelers’ defense closed out their ensuring 11 possessions.
at their 28-yard line. On the team’s first play of the drive, Dobbs Steelers rookie RB James Conner, appearing in
connected with WR Cobi Hamilton for a 28-yard touchdown to his first NFL game at Heinz Field, rushed for 98 yards
give the Steelers a 10-9 lead heading into halftime. on 20 carries (4.9 average) to lead all running backs.
Nugent and Boswell traded field goals in the third stanza and Pittsburgh S Jordan Dangerfield hauled in two interceptions
Steelers RB Terrell Watson scampered 15 yards to the end zone in the second half – one off of Matt Simms in the third
in the fourth quarter to produce the game’s final points. quarter and his second of the game off of Alek Torgersen
Dobbs, earning the starting nodd at quarterback, completed in the final quarter of the game. LB Anthony Chickillo
8-of-15 passes for 100 yards with a touchdown, while was responsible for two of the defense’s four sacks.
Watt recorded 2.0 quarterback sacks and five total tackles.
Hamilton led all receivers with a game-high 72 receiving
yards on two catches as Watson finished with 44 rushing GAME SUMMARY
yards on 10 carries. Steelers LB Arthur Moats tallied 3.0
quarterback sacks as the defense finished with a total Falcons (0-2) 7 6 0 0 13
STEELERS (2-0) 0 3 7 7 17
of seven quarterback takedowns in the contest.
TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
ATL 1 8:44 Ward 5 yd. run (Bryant kick) 10-91; 4:37 7-0
GAME SUMMARY ATL 2 14:45 Bryant 23 yd. FG 14-76; 6:52 10-0
PIT 2 10:23 Boswell 42 yd. FG 8-54; 4:22 10-3
STEELERS (1-0) 0 10 3 7 20 ATL 2 3:33 Bryant 26 yd. FG 13-77; 6:50 13-3
PIT 3 4:06 Williams 64 yd. punt return (Boswell kick) --;-- 13-10
Giants (0-1) 3 6 3 0 12 PIT 4 6:35 Hunter 6 yd. pass from Houston (Boswell kick) 7-53; 4:18 13-17

TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE


NYG 1 1:38 Rosas 27 yd. FG 12-30; 6:23 0-3
NYG 2 11:51 Nugent 30 yd. FG 6-5; 2:16 0-6
PIT 2 5:51 Boswell 48 yd. FG 9-58; 6:00 3-6
NYG 2 1:12 Rosas 52 yd. FG 9-47; 4:39 3-9
PIT 2 0:33 Hamilton 28 yd. pass from Dobbs (Boswell kick) 1-28; 0:07 10-9
NYG 3 10:30 Nugent 45 yd. FG 9-52; 4:30 10-12
PIT 3 4:02 Boswell 37 yd. FG 4-5; 1:32 13-12
PIT 4 12:46 Watson 15 yd. run (Boswell kick) 9-53; 4:45 20-12

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Falcons Steelers RUSHING: ATL – Ward 9-37, TD;
Steelers Giants RUSHING: Pit. – Watson 10-44, 1st Downs 20 11 Hill 7-14; Simms 2-11; Taylor 3-3;
1st Downs 10 19 TD; Davis 8-34; Toussaint 6-19; 3rd Downs 5-17 (29%) 2-13 (15%)
3rd Downs 3-13 (23%) 5-17 (29%) Coleman 2-(-2). Pit. – Conner 20-98;
Dobbs 1-16; Smith-Schuster 1-9; 4th Downs 0-1 (0%) 0-1 (0%)
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 2-4 (50%) Toussaint 2-6; Bryant 1-(-1); Houston
Houston 1-2. NYG – Darkwa Total Net Yards 318 189
Total Net Yards 226 242 3-(-4).
3-18; Rudolph 1-13; Gallman 5-11; Plays-Avg. 71-4.5 55-3.4
Plays-Avg. 52-4.3 72-3.4
Rushing Yards 63 99 PASSING: ATL – Simms 29-15-1,
Rushing Yards 124 73 Abdullah 4-10; Johnson 2-8; Smith
Rush Att.-Avg. 23-2.7 26-3.8 197; Torgersen 8-2-1, 25; Ryan 6-4-
Rush Att.-Avg. 27-4.6 23-3.2 2-5; Vereen 1-5; Perkins 5-3.
Net Passing 255 90 0, 57; Schaub 1-1-0, 10. Pit – Dobbs
Net Passing 102 169 PASSING: Pit. – Dobbs 15-8-2, Att.-Comp.-Int. 44-22-2 28-15-2
Att.-Comp.-Int. 22-10-2 42-23-1 100, TD; Houston 7-2-0, 24. NYG
19-10-1, 70; Houston 9-5-1, 24, TD.
Sacks By 1-4 4-34
Sacks By 7-43 3-22 RECEIVING: ATL – Davis 3-74;
– Smith 16-10-1, 114, TD; Webb 16- Punts-Avg. 8-39.8 8-39.8
Punts-Avg. 6-45.8 4-45.0 Williams 3-38; Hall 2-34; Dable 2-26;
8-0, 67; Johnson 10-5-0, 31. Penalties 10-85 4-30
Penalties 6-73 4-27 Sanu 2-25; Hooper 2-24; Burton 2-13;
RECEIVING: Pit. – Hamilton 2-72, Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-0
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 3-1
Time of Poss. 33:01 26:59 Cherry 1-17; Griswold 1-15; Saubert
Time of Poss. 26:17 33:43 TD; Severin 2-24; Tucker 1-10;
1-8; Davis 1-8; Perkins 1-5; Ward 1-2.
Heyward-Bey 1-6; Davis 1-5; Smith-
Pit. – Coates 3-20; Hunter 3-16, TD;
Schuster 1-4; Rogers 1-2; James 1-1.
Bryant 2-20; James 2-8; Johnson
NYG – Adams 3-28; Ellison 3-20;
1-15; Toussaint 1-8; Conner 1-3;
Lane 2-27; Johnson 2-22; Abdullah
Tucker 1-3; Rogers 1-1.
2-16; LaCosse 2-11; Lewis 1-15;
Powe 1-15; Rudolph 1-14; Engram
1-11; Tye 1-11; Smith 1-9; Norwood
1-7; Gallman 1-4; Harris 1-2.
PRESEASON GAME #3 PRESEASON GAME #4
PITTSBURGH 15, INDIANAPOLIS 19 PITTSBURGH 17, CAROLINA 14
AUG. 26, 2017 AUG. 31, 2017
HEINZ FIELD (50,039) BANK OF AMERICA STADIUM (72,891)

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – The Steelers suffered their first loss of the CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Rookie QB Joshua Dobbs led
2017 preseason, falling to the Indianapolis Colts, 19-15, at Heinz Field. the Steelers to a come-from-behind victory at the
Pittsburgh scored nine unanswered points to take a two-point Carolina Panthers in the team’s 2017 preseason finale.
advantage, 15-13, late in the third quarter. Trailing 13-6 in the third Trailing 14-10, with 49 seconds remaining in the game, Dobbs
stanza, Steelers QB Landry Jones connected with TE Xavier and the Steelers’ offense drove 53 yards on five plays in 47 seconds
Grimble for a 10-yard touchdown strike to put the team within one and the rookie signal caller scampered in for a one-yard touchdown
point. K Chris Boswell put the Steelers ahead 15-13 courtesty with two seconds remaining to give Pittsburgh the 17-14 win.
of a 37-yard field, but Indianaplis put together a 14-play, 86- Carolina scored the first points of the game with RB Fozzy
yard drive that culminated in a RB Josh Ferguson one-yard run. Whitaker finding the end zone on a four-yard run in the first quarter.
QB Ben Roethlisberger saw his first action of the preseason, The Steelers took a 10-7 lead in the second quarter,
starting the game for the Steelers, and completed 6-of-9 passes following a K Chris Boswell 35-yard field goal, and a
for 73 yards in the first quarter. Jones saw extension action at 58-yard connection from Dobbs to WR Justin Hunter.
quarterback for the Steelers and tallied game highs in pass attempts The Panthers carried a 14-10 lead after a 13-yard touchdown
(31), pass completions (21) and passing yards (163), while RB connection from Joe Webb to WR Damiere Byrd prior to
Terrell Watson led all rushers with 40 yards on eight carries. halftime through the Steelers’ finale drive of the game.
Dobbs finished the game completing 16-of-23 passing
GAME SUMMARY for 212 yards with a touchdown pass for a 113.0 passer
rating. Steelers RB Terrell Watson led all rushers with
Colts (1-2) 7 6 0 6 19
STEELERS (2-1) 3 3 9 0 15
game highs in carries (19) and rushing yards (89).

TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE GAME SUMMARY


IND 1 10:46 Gore 1 yd. run (Vinatieri kick) 4-63; 2:08 7-0
PIT 1 4:56 Boswell 36 yd. FG 11-57; 5:50 7-3
IND 2 9:35 Vinatieri 45 yd. FG 6-60; 2:34 10-3 STEELERS (3-1) 0 10 0 7 17
IND 2 3:24 Vinatieri 31 yd. FG 9-51; 4:16 13-3 Panthers (2-2) 7 7 0 0 14
PIT 2 0:06 Boswell 41 yd. FG 14-63; 3:18 13-6
PIT 3 9:05 Grimble 10 yd. pass from Jones (kick failed) 8-63; 4:22 13-12 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
PIT 3 1:33 Boswell 37 yd. FG 12-52; 4:50 13-15 CAR 1 5:49 Whitaker 4 yd. run (Butker kick) 7-30; 3:59 0-7
IND 4 9:47 Ferguson 1 yd. run (kick failed) 14-86; 6:46 19-15 PIT 2 14:55 Boswell 35 yd. FG 12-58; 5:54 3-7
PIT 2 12:52 Hunter 58 yd. pass from Dobbs (Boswell kick) 1-58; 0:08 10-7
CAR 2 1;18 Byrd 13 yd. pass from Webb (Butker kick) 6-61; 2:09 10-14
PIT 4 0:02 Dobbs 1 yd. run (Boswell kick) 5-53; 0:47 17-14

TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS



Colts Steelers RUSHING: Ind. – Ferguson 11- Steelers Panthers RUSHING: Pit. – Watson 19-89;
1st Downs 21 26 1st Downs 15 18
23, TD; Gore 5-23, TD; Mack 7-18; Davis 5-13; Dobbs 5-9. Car. –
3rd Downs 5-11 (45%) 7-14 (50%) 3rd Downs 4-13 (31%) 6-15 (40%)
Tolzien 1-6; Morris 1-(-1). Pit. – Artis-Payne 8-51; Simmons 15-47;
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%) 4th Downs 0-1 (0%) 0-0 (0%)
Total Net Yards 326 347 Watson 8-40; Conner 4-26; Davis Whittaker 4-13, TD; Young 3-11;
Total Net Yards 343 302
Plays-Avg. 54-6.0 72-4.8 7-21; Williams 1-10; Dobbs 1-9; Nix Plays-Avg. 59-5.8 66-4.6 Anderson 1-1.
Rushing Yards 69 108 1-2. Rushing Yards 111 123 PASSING: Pit. – Dobbs 23-16-0,
Rush Att.-Avg. 25-2.8 22-4.9 PASSING: Ind. – Morris 16-12-0, Rush Att.-Avg. 29-3.8 31-4.0 212, TD; Jones 6-4-1, 28, INT. Car.
Net Passing 257 239 143; Tolzien 10-7-1, 123; Walker Net Passing 232 179 – Gilbert 17-12-1, 99; Webb 12-8-2,
Att.-Comp.-Int. 28-20-1 47-31-1 2-1-0, (-1). Pit. – Jones 31-21-1, 163, Att.-Comp.-Int. 29-20-1 33-22-3 88, TD; Anderson 4-2-0, 10.
Sacks By 3-21 1-8 Sacks By 2-18 1-8
TD; Roethlisberger 9-6-0, 73; Dobbs RECEIVING: Pit. – Tucker 5-83;
Punts-Avg. 4-47.5 3-43.0 Punts-Avg. 7-39.4 6-46.2
Penalties 9-82 5-37 7-4-0, 24. Hunter 3-75, TD; Hamilton 3-42;
Penalties 9-77 5-40
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1 RECEIVING: Ind. – Dorsett 3-60; Fumbles-Lost 2-1 1-1 McGee 3-13; Watson 2-5; Johnson
Time of Poss. 28:37 31:23 Natson 3-13; Daniels 3-6; Howard Time of Poss. 26:14 33:46 1-18; Rogers 1-7; Heyward-Bey 1-2;
2-35; Aiken 2-24; Moncrief 1-55; Davis 1-(-5). Car. – Manhertz 5-42;
Krieger Coble 1-20; Mack 1-17; Frazier 4-29; Simmons 4-11; Clay
Brown 1-13; Doyle 1-9; Bray 1-9; 3-76; Byrd 2-21, TD; Samuel 2-5;
Ferguson 1-4. Pit. – Rogers 5-58; Garrett 1-7; Whittaker 1-6.
Bryant 5-23; Watson 4-42; Smith-
Schuster 3-31; Grimble 3-26, TD;
Brown 2-28; James 1-12; Odom 1-10;
Hamilton 1-9; Davis 1-9; Heyward-
Bey 1-4; Johnson 1-3; Toussaint 1-3;
Coates 1-1; Tucker 1-1.
GAME #1 GAME #2
PITTSBURGH 21, CLEVELAND 18 PITTSBURGH 26, MINNESOTA 9
SEPT. 10, 2017 SEPT. 17, 2017
FIRSTENERGY STADIUM (67,431) HEINZ FIELD (65,971)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Steelers were victorious in the team’s PITTSBURGH – The Steelers won their fourth-straight
2017 regular-season opener, defeating the Cleveland Browns, 21-18. home opener with a 26-9 victory over the Minnesota Vikings.
Pittsburgh drew first blood when Steelers LB Tyler Matakevich For the second-straight week, the Steelers were
blocked a Cleveland punt, which was recovered in the end zone first to score with a 27-yard touchdown pass from QB
by Steelers LB Anthony Chickillo for a touchdown early in Ben Roethlisberger to WR Martavis Bryant.
the first quarter. Cleveland responded with a 68-yard drive that On Pittsburgh’s next drive, Roethlisberger took another shot
culminated in a one-yard touchdown run from QB DeShone Kizer. down the field to Bryant, which this time resulted in a 49-yard
Begining on their own nine yard-line, Steelers QB Ben defensive pass interference penalty. The Steelers took advantage,
Roethlisberger connected with WR Antonio Brown for a 50- as Roethlisberger found rookie WR JuJu Smith-Schuster
yard gain to aide the Steelers on a 91-yard drive that resulted in the endzone for a four-yard touchdown. The touchdown
in a Roethlisberger touchdown pass to TE Jesse James, reception marked the first catch of Smith-Schuster’s NFL career.
giving the Steelers an advantage of 14-7 just before halftime. Minnesota got on the board halfway through the second
With a short field, Cleveland began driving in the third quarter with a 42-yard field goal from K Kai Forbath.
quarter, but an eight-yard sack from rookie LB T.J. Watt forced The Steelers extended their lead to 17-3 with a 46-yard
the Browns to settle for a field goal from K Zane Gonzalez. field goal from Chris Boswell early in the third quarter.
The Steelers increased their lead to 21-10 following a The Vikings responded with a six-play, 82-yard drive that
two-yard touchdown pass from Roethlisberger to James, culminated in a one-yard touchdown run by FB C.J. Ham. On
giving James his first career multi-touchdown performance. the ensuing drive, Roethlisberger completed a deep pass to
Cleveland found the end zone one final time when Kizer Bryant for 51 yards, which set up a 29-yard Boswell field goal.
connected with Corey Coleman on a three-yard touchdown pass The Steelers defense held the Vikings scoreless in the fourth quarter,
and followed up with a successful two-point conversion, but wasn’t while two more field goals from Boswell seeled the Steelers’ victory.
able to overcome it’s deficit as Pittsburgh claimed a 21-18 victory. Bryant led all receivers with 91 receiving yards and all players
Brown led all receivers with 182 receiving yards, including with 98 scrimmage yards, while LB Ryan Shazier, DB Mike Hilton
102 in the first half. Watt finished the game with 2.0 sacks and and S Sean Davis tied for the team lead with eight tackles each.
one interception, becoming the third player in NFL history to
do so in his NFL debut, and the first on Kickoff Weekend. GAME SUMMARY

GAME SUMMARY Vikings (1-1) 0 3 6 0 9
STEELERS (2-0) 7 7 6 6 26
STEELERS (1-0) 7 7 7 0 21 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
Browns (0-1) 7 0 3 8 18 PIT 1 3:02 Bryant 27 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 9-78, 5:43 0-7
PIT 2 13:31 Smith-Schuster 4 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 5-60, 3:12 0-14
TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE MIN 2 8:50 Forbath 42 yd. Field Goal 11-51, 4:41 3-14
PIT 1 12:44 Chickillo bl. punt recovery in end zone (Boswell kick) --- 7-0 PIT 3 12:19 Boswell 46 yd. Field Goal 4-8, 2:06 3-17
CLE 1 0:22 Kizer 1 yd. run (Gonzalez kick) 12-68, 5:26 7-7 MIN 3 9:57 Ham 1 yd. run (kick failed, wl) 6-82, 2:22 9-17
PIT 2 0:45 James 4 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 7-91, 3:08 14-7 PIT 3 5:05 Boswell 29 yd. Field Goal 10-74, 4:52 9-20
CLE 3 9:27 Gonzalez 24 yd. FG 7-53, 4:29 14-10 PIT 4 3:18 Boswell 37 yd. Field Goal 11-64, 4:44 9-23
PIT 3 5:37 James 2 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 6-75, 3:50 21-10 PIT 4 1:53 Boswell 43 yd. Field Goal 4-5, 0:20 9-26
CLE 4 3:36 Coleman 3 yd. pass from Kizer (Crowell run) 8-73; 3:05 21-18

TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS



Steelers Browns R USHING: Pit. – Bell 10-32; Vikings Steelers R USHING: Min. – Cook 12-64;
1st Downs 16 20 Conner 4-11; Roethlisberger 3-(-8). 1st Downs 14 22 MicKinnon 3-16; Murray 3-6; Diggs
3rd Downs 5-13 (38%) 3-12 (25%) 3rd Downs 5-15 (33%) 3-13 (23%)
Cle. - Crowell 17-33; Kizer 5-17, TD; 1-4; Ham 1-1. Pit. – Bell 27-87;
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 2-2 (100%) 4th Downs 0-3 (0%) 0-0 (0%)
Total Net Yards 290 237 Dayes 3-7. Total Net Yards 237 335 Conner 1-9; Bryant 1-7; Watson 1-1;
Plays-Avg. 54-5.4 62-3.8 PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 36- Plays-Avg. 60-4.0 69-4.9 Roethlisberger 2-(-2).
Rushing Yards 35 57 24-1, 263; 2 TD. Cle. - Kizer 30-20-1, Rushing Yards 91 102 PASSING: Min. – Keenum 37-
Rush Att.-Avg. 17-2.1 25-2.3 222, TD. Rush Att.-Avg. 20-4.6 32-3.2 20-0, 167; Quigley 1-0-0, 0. Pit. –
Net Passing 255 180 RECEIVING: Pit. – Brown 11-182; Net Passing 146 233 Roethlisberger 35-23-0, 243, 2 TD.
Att.-Comp.-Int. 36-24-1 30-20-1 James 6-41, 2 TD; Bell 3-15; Bryant Att.-Comp.-Int. 38-20-0 35-23-0 RECEIVING: Min. – Thielen 5-44;
Sacks By 7-42 1-8 Sacks By 2-10 2-21
2-14; Rogers 2-11. Cle. - Coleman Rudolph 4-45; Treadwell 3-33;
Punts-Avg. 6-40.2 5-35.0 Punts-Avg. 6-44.0 5-38.6
Penalties 13-144 4-61 5-53, TD; DeValve 4-42; Crowell Penalties 11-131 10-72 McKinnon 3-9; Diggs 2-27; Cook
Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 2-33; Louis 2-32; Johnson 2-20; Fumbles-Lost 1-1 0-0 2-0; Wright 1-9. Pit. – Brown 5-62;
Time of Poss. 28:50 31:10 Njoku 2-20; Dayes 2-9; Britt 1-13. Time of Poss. 25:38 34:22 Rogers 4-43; James 4-27; Bell 4-4;
Bryant 3-91, TD ; Smith-Schuster
3-16, TD.
GAME #3 GAME #4
CHICAGO 23, PITTSBURGH 17 OT PITTSBURGH 26, BALTIMORE 9
SEPT. 24, 2017 OCT. 1, 2017
SOLDIER FIELD (62,172) M&T STADIUM (71,126)

CHICAGO, Ill. – The Steelers suffered their first loss of the regular B A LT I M O R E , M d . – S o u n d d e f e n s e a n d a
season, falling to the Chicago Bears in overtime, 23-17, at Soldier Field. strong rushing attack propelled the Steelers to a 26-9
Trailing by seven in the second quarter, QB Ben Roethlisberger victory over the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Stadium.
found WR Antonio Brown in the end zone for his first touchdown Pittsburgh held Baltimore scoreless in the half for the
reception of 2017. On the ensuing drive, Bears QB Mike Glennon third time in regular-season series history, while scoring 19
responded with a touchdown of his own, taking a 14-7 lead. unanswered points, including an 11-yard touchdown pass from
At the end of the first half, Bears CB Sherrick McManis blocked QB Ben Roethlisberger to rookie WR JuJu Smith-Schuster.
a Steelers field goal that was recovered by Chicago and returned The Ravens got on the board in the third quarter with
70 yards. Near the goal line the ball carrier was stripped by TE a 42-yard field goal followed by a 16-yard touchdown
Vance McDonald and knocked out of bounds in the end zone. p a s s f r o m Q B J o e F l a c c o t o W R M i k e Wa l l a c e .
Due to a penalty, the ball was placed at the one-yard-line, and In the fourth quarter, Baltimore’s momentum was put
a field goal gave the Bears a 17-7 lead going into halftime. to a stop, as Steelers LB Ryan Shazier and Steelers CB
In the third quarter, Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell narrowed the gap Mike Hilton intercepted Flacco on back-to-back drives.
with his first touchdown run of 2017. A Pittsburgh field goal from K A one-yard touchdown run from RB Le’Veon Bell, his
Chris Boswell tied the game at 17-17 early in the fourth. The rest of second of the day, seeled a 26-9 victory for Pittsburgh
the quarter remained scoreless as time expired, forcing overtime. and moved the Steelers into first place in the AFC North.
Chicago won the coin toss and utilized a four-play 74- Bell led all rushers with 144 rushing yards and all
yard drive to score a touchdown and end the game, 23-17. players with 186 scimmage yards. DE Cameron Heyward
finished the game with 2.0 sacks, marking the third
GAME SUMMARY multi-sack game of his regular-season career.

STEELERS (2-1) 0 7 7 3 0 17 GAME SUMMARY
Bears (1-2) 7 10 0 0 6 23
TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE STEELERS (3-1) 3 16 0 7 26
CHI 1 9:09 Howard 3 yd. run (Barth kick) 6-29; 3:24 0-7 Ravens (2-2) 0 0 9 0 9
PIT 2 5:42 Brown 7 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 13-77; 7:11 7-7
CHI 2 0:43 Shaheen 2 yd. pass from Glennon (C.Barth kick) 9-75; 4:59 7-14 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
CHI 2 0:00 Barth 24 yd. Field Goal 1-4; 0:00 7-17 PIT 1 0:22 Boswell 30 yd. FG 16-84; 10:23 3-0
PIT 3 6:43 Bell 1 yd. run (Boswell kick) 6-16; 2:42 14-17 PIT 2 7:25 Boswell 49 yd. FG 9-15; 2:59 6-0
PIT 4 8:03 Boswell 32 yd. Field Goal 4-7; 0:54 17-17 PIT 2 3:24 Bell 1 yd. run (Boswell kick) 6-28; 2:24 13-0
CHI 5 8:27 Howard 19 yd. run 4-74; 1:33 17-23 PIT 2 0:38 Smith-Schuster 11 yd. pass from Roesthlisberger (pass failed) 8-70; 1:35 19-0
BAL 3 12:32 Tucker 42 yd. FG 4-(-6); 0:56 19-3
BAL 3 6:02 Wallace 16 yd. pass from Flacco (run failed) 3-66; 1:03 19-9
PIT 4 2:26 Bell 1 yd. run (Boswell kick) 7-49; 3:11 26-9

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Steelers Bears RUSHING: Pit. – Bell 15-61, TD; Steelers Ravens RUSHING: Pit. – Bell 35-144, 2
1st Downs 19 18 Roethlisberger 1-6; Watson 1-3. 1st Downs 22 18 TD; Conner 4-26; Heyward-Bey 1-3;
3rd Downs 4-11 (36%) 4-12 (33%) 3rd Downs 7-15 (47%) 5-13 (38%)
Chi. – Howard 23-138, 2 TD; Cohen Watson 1-1; Roethlisberger 1-(-1).
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-2 (0%)
Total Net Yards 282 304 12-78; Glennon 3-4. Total Net Yards 381 288 Bal. - Collins 9-82; Allen 2-7; West
Plays-Avg. 59-4.8 62-4.9 PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger Plays-Avg. 73-5.2 68-4.2 4-(-4).
Rushing Yards 70 220 39-22-0, 235, TD.Chi. – Glennon Rushing Yards 173 82 PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 30-
Rush Att.-Avg. 17-4.1 38-5.8 22-15-1, 101, TD. Rush Att.-Avg. 42-4.1 15-5.5 18-1, 216; TD. Bal. - Flacco 49-31-2,
Net Passing 235 101 RECEIVING: Pit. – Brown 10- Net Passing 208 206 235, TD.
Att.-Comp.-Int. 39-22-0 22-15-1 110, TD; Bell 6-37; Smith-Schuster Att.-Comp.-Int. 30-18-1 49-31-2 RECEIVING: Pit. – Bell 4-42;
Sacks By 2-17 3-23 Sacks By 4-29 1-8
2-39; Bryant 2-30; James 2-19. Brown 4-34; Bryant 3-48; Smith-
Punts-Avg. 5-40.6 6-44.5 Punts-Avg. 4-37.5 5-44.4
Penalties 6-40 10-73 Chi. – Howard 5-26; Cohen 4-24; Penalties 8-60 6-55 Schuster 3-47, TD; James 3-40;
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 5-1 Cunningham 3-23; Miller 1-17; Fumbles-Lost 1-0 3-1 Hunter 1-5. Bal. - Wallace 6-55,
Time of Poss. 27:34 33:59 Thompson 1-9; Shaheen 1-2. Time of Poss. 35:24 24:31 TD; Allen 6-37; Watson 5-43; Boyle
5-36; Campanaro 4-25; Maclin 3-21;
Matthews 1-12; Perriman 1-6.
GAME #5 GAME #6
JACKSONVILLE 30, PITTSBURGH 9 PITTSBURGH 19, PITTSBURGH 13
OCT. 8, 2017 OCT. 15, 2017
HEINZ FIELD (66,237) ARROWHEAD STADIUM (76,994)

PITTSBURGH – The Jaguars defense utilized KANSAS CITY, Mo. – RB Le'Veon Bell rushed for 179 yards
a pair of pick-6s to propell Jacksonville to and a touchdown as the Steelers secured a 19-13 victory over the
a 30-9 victory over the Steelers at Heinz Field. previously undefeated Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
K Chris Boswell gave Pittsburgh an early 3-0 lead , but The Steelers defense only allowed six yards of total offense and
Jacksonville RB Leonard Fournette found the end zone on a one first down in the first half, as Pittsburgh jumped out to a 12-3 lead.
2-yard run in the second quarter, shifting the scoreboard to 7-3. Kansas City narrowed the gap early in the fourth
The Steelers recaptured the lead with two more Boswell field goals. quarter when QB Alex Smith connected with WR
Trailing 9-7, Jacksonville LB Travis Smith picked off QB Ben De'Anthony Thomas for a 57-yard touchdown.
Rothlisberger and returned it 28-yards for a touchdown. The The Steelers responded on the following drive with a
extra point failed. On the ensuing drive, Jaguars S Barry Church 51-yard touchdown pass from QB Ben Roethlisberger
stepped in front of a Roethlisberger pass intended for WR Antonio to WR Antonio Brown, extending their lead to 19-10.
Brown and returned it to the end zone, registering the Jaguars' Kansas City K Harrison Butker put three more points on
second pick-6 and giving Jacksonville a 20-9 lead over Pittsburgh. the scoreboard for the Chiefs, but on Kansas City's final
A Jacksonville field goal followed by a second drive of the game, an 8-yard sack on third-down by LB
touchdown from Fournette seeled the Jaguars victory. James Harrison sealed a 19-13 victory for Pittsburgh.
Roethlisberger completed 33-of-55 passes for 312 yards LB Vince Williams produced the first multi-sack game of his
and five interceptions, marking the 50th 300-yard passing career, bringing down Smith twice. Harrison's game-ending sack
performance of his regular-season career. Brown caught brought his career total to 80.5, the most by a Steeler and sixth-most
10 passes for 157 yards, marking his third game of the among active players since the statistic became official in 1982.
season with at least 10 catches and 100 receiving yards. Brown finished the game with eight receptions for 155 yards.
Bell's 179 rushing yards tied as the tenth-most in a single-game in
GAME SUMMARY Steelers history and the fourth-most in his NFL regular-season career.

Jaguars (3-2) 0 7 13 10 30 GAME SUMMARY
STEELERS (3-2) 3 3 3 0 9
STEELERS (4-2) 2 10 0 7 19
TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
PIT 1 10:17 Boswell 29 yd. Field Goal 7-61; 3:06 0-3 Chiefs (5-1) 3 0 0 10 13
JAX 2 12:19 Fournette 2 yd. run (Myers kick) 8-47; 4:05 7-3
PIT 2 0:03 Boswell 34 yd. Field Goal 6-45; 0:38 7-6 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
PIT 3 8:54 Boswell 20 yd. Field Goal 14-73; 6:06 7-9 PIT 1 7:49 Fulton fumble out of bounds in the end zone (safety) -- 2-0
JAX 3 6:38 Smith 28 yd. interception return (kick failed, wl) -- 13-9 KC 1 6:20 Butker 46 yd. Field Goal 4-4; 1:29 2-3
JAX 3 3:59 Church 51 yd. interception return (Myers kick) -- 20-9 PIT 2 14:55 Bell 3 yd. run (Boswell kick) 12-75; 6:25 9-3
JAX 4 6:43 Myers 47 yd. Field Goal 13-67; 8:07 23-9 PIT 2 2:08 Boswell 24 yd. Field Goal 12-93, 6:43 12-3
JAX 4 1:47 Fournette 90 yd. run (Myers kick) 3-98; 1:29 30-9 KC 4 6:13 Thomas 57 yd. pass from Smith (Butker kick) 8-82; 2:50 12-10
PIT 4 3:24 Brown 51 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Boswell kick) 5-75; 2:49 19-10
KC 4 2:17 Butker 33 yd. Field Goal 6-52; 1:07 19-13

TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS



Jaguars Steelers RUSHING: Jax. – Fournette 28- Steelers Chiefs R USHING: Pit. – Bell 32-179,
1st Downs 15 21 181, 2 TD; Ivory 8-41; Bortles 1-9. 1st Downs 23 12 TD; Conner 2-14; Watson 1-3;
3rd Downs 6-12 (50%) 7-15 (47%) 3rd Downs 4-11 (36%) 3-11 (27%)
Pit. – Bell 15-47; Bryant 1-13; Conner Roethlisberger 2-(-2). KC – K. Hunt
4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-2 (0%)
Total Net Yards 313 371 3-0; Roethlisberger 1-1. 9-21; Smith 4-13; A. Hunt 1-3; Hill
Total Net Yards 439 251
Plays-Avg. 53-5.9 77-4.8 PASSING: Jax. – Bortles 14-8-1, Plays-Avg. 63-7.0 52-4.8 1-(-9).
Rushing Yards 231 70 95. Pit. – Roethlisberger 55-33-5, Rushing Yards 194 28 PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 25-
Rush Att.-Avg. 37-6.2 20-3.5 312. Rush Att.-Avg. 37-5.2 15-1.9 17-1, 252, TD. KC – Smith 34-19-0,
Net Passing 82 301 RECEIVING: Jax. – Lee 2-49; Net Passing 245 246 246, TD.
Att.-Comp.-Int. 14-8-1 55-33-5 Hurns 2-21; Lewis 1-14; McCaffrey Att.-Comp.-Int. 25-17-1 34-19-0 RECEIVING: Pit. – Brown 8-155,
Sacks By 2-13 2-11 Sacks By 3-23 1-7
1-4; Cole 1-4; Fournette 1-3. Pit. – TD; Smith-Schuster 3-32; Bell 3-12;
Punts-Avg. 5-38.0 3-44.7 Punts-Avg. 5-41.4 4-47.5
Penalties 4-19 5-37 Brown 10-157; Bell 10-46; Bryant Penalties 6-57 7-48 Bryant 2-27; McDonald 1-26. KC –
Fumbles-Lost 0-0 0-0 5-21; Smith-Schuster 4-58; James Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0 K. Hunt 5-89; Hill 5-34; Kelce 4-37;
Time of Poss. 28:52 31:08 3-24; Hunter 1-6. Time of Poss. 36:39 23:21 Thomas 3-61, TD; Robinson 1-16;
West 1-9.
Pittsburgh Steelers / Week 6 / Through Sunday, October 15, 2017 / Regular Season

Won 4, Lost 2 Rushing No. Yds Avg Long TD


L.Bell 134 550 4.1 27 4
9/10/2017 W 21- 18 at Cleveland Browns J.Conner 14 69 4.9 23 0
9/17/2017 W 26- 9 Minnesota Vikings M.Bryant 2 20 10.0 13 0
9/24/2017 L 17- 23 at Chicago Bears T.Watson 4 8 2.0 3 0
10/1/2017 W 26- 9 at Baltimore Ravens D.Heyward-Bey 1 3 3.0 3 0
10/8/2017 L 9- 30 Jacksonville Jaguars B.Roethlisberger 10 -6 -0.6 6 0
10/15/2017 W 19- 13 at Kansas City Chiefs Team 165 644 3.9 27 4
Opponents 150 711 4.7 90t 6
Pittsburgh Opponent
Total First Downs 123 97
Rushing 41 36 Receiving No. Yds Avg Long TD
Passing 71 53 A.Brown 48 700 14.6 51t 2
Penalty 11 8 L.Bell 30 156 5.2 18 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 30/78 26/75 J.James 18 151 8.4 19 2
3rd Down Pct. 38.5% 34.7% M.Bryant 17 231 13.6 51 1
4th Down: Made/Att 0/0 2/9 J.Smith-Schuster 15 192 12.8 25 2
4th Down Pct. 0.0 22.2% E.Rogers 6 54 9.0 16 0
Possession Avg. 32:12 27:48 J.Hunter 2 11 5.5 6 0
Total Net Yards 2098 1632 V.McDonald 1 26 26.0 26 0
Avg. Per Game 349.7 272.0 J.Conner 0 0 0 0 0
Total Plays 395 357 Team 137 1521 11.1 51t 7
Avg. Per Play 5.3 4.6 Opponents 113 1066 9.4 57t 4
Net Yards Rushing 644 711
Avg. Per Game 107.3 118.5
Interceptions No. Yds Avg Long TD
Total Rushes 165 150
R.Shazier 2 2 1.0 2 0
Net Yards Passing 1454 921
M.Hilton 1 19 19.0 19 0
Avg. Per Game 242.3 153.5
T.Watt 1 17 17.0 17 0
Sacked/Yards Lost 10/67 20/145
J.Wilcox 1 0 0.0 0 0
Gross Yards 1521 1066
Team 5 38 7.6 19 0
Attempts/Completions 220/137 187/113
Opponents 8 149 18.6 51t 2
Completion Pct. 62.3% 60.4%
Had Intercepted 8 5
Punts/Average 28/41.5 32/43.0 Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
Net Punting Avg. 37.0 41.1 J.Berry 28 1162 41.5 37.0 2 10 62 0
Penalties/Yards 48/409 42/387 Team 28 1162 41.5 37.0 2 10 62 0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 5/2 11/3 Opponents 32 1375 43.0 41.1 0 16 62 1
Touchdowns 12 12
Rushing 4 6
Passing 7 4 Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
Returns 1 2 E.Rogers 8 5 46 5.8 15 0
A.Brown 4 3 15 3.8 9 0
Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts
Team 12 8 61 5.1 15 0
Team 22 50 23 23 0 118
Opponents 9 8 85 9.4 32 0
Opponents 17 20 31 28 6 102
Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt Pts
C.Boswell 0 0 0 0 11/11 11/13 0 44 Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg Long TD
L.Bell 4 4 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 T.Watson 4 85 21.3 25 0
A.Brown 2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 J.Smith-Schuster 4 44 11.0 20 0
J.James 2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 R.Golden 1 5 5.0 5 0
J.Smith- Team 9 134 14.9 25 0
2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
Schuster Opponents 13 291 22.4 29 0
M.Bryant 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
A.Chickillo 1 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
Field Goals 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Team 12 4 7 1 11/11 11/13 0 118
C.Boswell 0/ 0 4/ 4 4/ 5 3/ 4 0/ 0
Opponents 12 6 4 2 7/9 7/9 1 102
Team 0/ 0 4/ 4 4/ 5 3/ 4 0/ 0
2-Pt. Conversions: Team 0/ 1, Opponents: 1/ 2
Opponents 0/ 0 2/ 2 1/ 1 4/ 5 0/ 1
Sacks: V.Williams 4.0, A.Chickillo 3.0, C.Heyward 3.0, T.Watt 3.0,
B.Dupree 2.0, J.Hargrave 2.0, J.Harrison 1.0, M.Hilton 1.0,
J.Haden 1.0 Team: 20.0, Opponents: 10.0 Fumbles Lost: B.Roethlisberger 1, E.Rogers 1 Total: 2
Opponent Fumble Recoveries: C.Heyward 1, R.Shazier 1,
A.Burns 1 Total: 3

Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack Lost Rating
B.Roethlisberger 220 137 1521 62.3% 6.9 7 3.2% 8 3.6% 51t 10/ 67 78.2
Team 220 137 1521 62.3% 6.9 7 3.2% 8 3.6% 51t 10/ 67 78.2
Opponents 187 113 1066 60.4% 5.7 4 2.1% 5 2.7% 57t 20/ 145 72.2
2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS REGULAR-SEASON
DEFENSIVE/SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

Player U A Tot Sacks/Yds. QP Int./Yards PD FF FR U A Tot FF FR BL


Shazier 39 10 49 0/0 1 2/2 5 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Williams 26 5 31 4/36 5 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Davis 24 6 30 0/0 1 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Mitchell 14 11 25 0/0 1 0/0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Heyward 12 8 20 3/18 7 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Watt 15 4 19 3/14 3 1/17 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Hilton 14 5 19 1/6 3 1/19 1 0 0 4 1 5 0 0 0
Hargrave 9 7 16 2/16 1 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Alualu 8 8 16 0/0 1 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Burns 13 2 15 0/0 0 0/0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Haden 11 2 13 1/3 1 0/0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wilcox 9 3 12 0/0 0 1/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Dupree 9 3 12 2/14 3 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Gay 9 2 11 0/0 0 0/0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Chickillo 6 5 11 3/25 4 0/0 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0
Tuitt 8 2 10 0/0 5 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Walton 3 2 5 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Harrison 3 0 3 1/8 2 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Matakevich 3 0 3 0/0 0 0/0 1 0 0 3 2 5 0 0 1
Golden 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
McCullers 1 0 1 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Nix 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Grimble 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Sensabaugh 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0 0
Brown 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Rogers 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
McDonald 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Canaday 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
Moats 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0
Heyward-Bey 0 0 0 0/0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0
TOTALS 237 85 322 20/140 38 5/38 28 5 3 18 8 26 0 1 1
OPPONENTS 234 120 354 10/67 24 8/149 31 3 1 21 0 21 0 3 0
2017 PITTSBURGH STEELERS DEPTH CHART

OFFENSE
WR 84 ANTONIO BROWN (5-10, 181, 8) 17 Eli Rogers (5-10, 187, 3) 19 JuJu Smith-Schuster (6-1, 215, R)
LT 78 ALEJANDRO VILLANUEVA (6-9, 320, 3) 65 Jerald Hawkins (6-6, 305, 2)
LG 73 RAMON FOSTER (6-5, 328, 9) 67 B.J. Finney (6-4, 318, 2)
C 53 MAURKICE POUNCEY (6-4, 304, 8) 67 B.J. Finney (6-4, 318, 2)
RG 66 DAVID DECASTRO (6-5, 316, 6) 71 Matt Feiler (6-6, 330, 1)
RT 77 MARCUS GILBERT (6-6, 330, 7) 74 Chris Hubbard (6-4, 295, 4)
TE 81 JESSE JAMES (6-7, 261, 3) 89 Vance McDonald (6-4, 267, 5) 85 Xavier Grimble (6-4, 261, 2)
RB 26 LE’VEON BELL (6-1, 225, 5) 30 James Conner (6-1, 233 R) 39 Terrell Watson (6-1, 240, 1)
FB 45 ROOSEVELT NIX (5-11, 248, 3)
QB 7 BEN ROETHLISBERGER (6-5, 240, 14) 3 Landry Jones (6-4, 225, 5) 5 Joshua Dobbs (6-3, 216, R)
WR 10 MARTAVIS BRYANT (6-4, 211, 3) 88 Darrius Heyward Bey (6-2, 210, 9) 11 Justin Hunter (6-4, 203, 5)

DEFENSE

LDE 97 CAMERON HEYWARD (6-5, 295, 7) 96 L.T. Walton (6-5, 305, 3)


NT 79 JAVON HARGRAVE (6-2, 305, 2) 93 Daniel McCullers (6-7, 352, 4)
RDE 91 STEPHON TUITT (6-6, 303, 4) 94 Tyson Alualu (6-3, 304, 8)
LOLB 48 BUD DUPREE (6-4, 269, 3) 56 Anthony Chickillo (6-3, 255, 3) 55 Arthur Moats (6-0, 246, 8)
LILB 50 RYAN SHAZIER (6-1, 230, 4) 54 L.J. Fort (6-0, 232,3)
RILB 98 VINCE WILLIAMS (6-1, 233, 5) 44 Tyler Matakevich (6-1, 235, 2)
ROLB 90 T.J. WATT (6-4, 252, R) 92 James Harrison (6-0, 242, 15)
LCB 21 JOE HADEN (5-11, 195, 8) 24 Coty Sensabaugh (5-11, 187, 6) 31 Mike Hilton (5-9, 184, 1)
FS 23 MIKE MITCHELL (6-1, 221, 9) 27 J.J Wilcox (6-0, 212, 5)
SS 28 SEAN DAVIS (6-1, 202, 2) 20 Robert Golden (5-11, 202, 6)
RCB 25 ARTIE BURNS (6-0, 197, 2) 22 William Gay (5-10, 187, 11) 29 Brian Allen (6-3, 215, R)

SPECIAL TEAMS
P 4 JORDAN BERRY (6-5, 195, 3)
K 9 CHRIS BOSWELL (6-2, 185, 3)
LS 57 KAMERON CANADAY (6-4, 245, 1)
H 4 JORDAN BERRY (6-5, 195, 3)
KR 19 JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER (6-1, 215, R) 25 Artie Burns (6-0, 197, 2) 39 Terrell Watson (6-1, 240, 1)
PR 84 ANTONIO BROWN (5-10, 181, 8) - OR - 17 Eli Rogers (5-10, 187, 3)

• Rookie

Tyson Alualu .............................................(AH-loo AH-loo)


Le’Veon Bell .............................................(Lay-vee-on)
Anthony Chickillo ......................................(Chick-ill-oh)
Matt Feiler.................................................(Fy-ler)
Ramon Foster ...........................................(Ruh-moan)
Javon Hargrave ........................................(Jay-von)
Tyler Matakevich ......................................(Matt-uh-kev-ich)
Ben Roethlisberger ...................................(Roth-lis-ber-ger)
Ryan Shazier ............................................(Shay-zier)
Stephon Tuitt ............................................(Steff-on Too-it)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ 2017 GP/GS
29 Allen, Brian CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 24 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17 3/0
94 Alualu, Tyson DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX) 5/2
26 Bell, Le'Veon RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13 6/6
4 Berry, Jordan P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15 6/0
9 Boswell, Chris K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15 6/0
84 Brown, Antonio WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10 6/6
10 Bryant, Martavis WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14 6/4
25 Burns, Artie CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16 6/6
57 Canaday, Kameron LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17 6/0
56 Chickillo, Anthony LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15 6/2
30 Conner, James RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17 6/0
28 Davis, Sean S 6-1 202 10/23/93 24 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16 6/6
66 DeCastro, David G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12 6/6
5 Dobbs, Joshua QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17 0/0
48 Dupree, Bud LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15 5/5
71 Feiler, Matt OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16 3/0
67 Finney, B.J. C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15 5/2
54 Fort, L.J. LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '17 4/0
73 Foster, Ramon G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09 5/5
22 Gay, William CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13 6/1
77 Gilbert, Marcus OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11 4/4
20 Golden, Robert S 5-11 202 09/13/90 27 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12 6/0
85 Grimble, Xavier TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 25 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15 5/1
21 Haden, Joe CB 5-11 195 04/14/89 28 8 Florida Fort Washington, MD FA'17 6/6
79 Hargrave, Javon DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16 6/5
92 Harrison, James LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14 4/0
88 Heyward-Bey, Darrius WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND) 6/0
65 Hawkins, Jerald OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 24 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16 2/0
97 Heyward, Cameron DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11 6/6
31 Hilton, Mike CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16 6/1
74 Hubbard, Chris C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13 6/4
11 Hunter, Justin WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF) 2/0
81 James, Jesse TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15 6/5
3 Jones, Landry QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13 0/0
44 Matakevich, Tyler LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16 6/0
89 McDonald, Vance TE 6-4 267 06/13/90 27 5 Rice Winnie, TX TR'17 (SF) 5/3
93 McCullers, Daniel DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14 2/0
23 Mitchell, Mike S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR) 5/4
55 Moats, Arthur LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF) 6/0
45 Nix, Roosevelt FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15 6/2
53 Pouncey, Maurkice C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10 6/6
7 Roethlisberger, Ben QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04 6/6
17 Rogers, Eli WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15 4/1
24 Sensabaugh, Coty CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG) 6/0
50 Shazier, Ryan LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 25 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14 6/6
19 Smith-Schuster, JuJu WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17 6/1
91 Tuitt, Stephon DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14 4/4
78 Villanueva, Alejandro OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 29 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14 6/6
96 Walton, L.T. DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15 6/0
39 Watson, Terrell RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17 6/0
27 Wilcox, J.J. S 6-0 212 02/14/91 26 5 Georgia Southern Cairo, GA TR'17 (TB) 5/1
90 Watt, T.J. LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 23 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17 5/5
98 Williams, Vince LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13 6/6

PRACTICE SQUAD
61 Friend, Kyle C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17 0/0
42 Hagen, Jacob S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16 0/0
95 Hooks, Lavon DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17 0/0
41 Huguenin, Farrington LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17 0/0
57 Keith, Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17 0/0
80 McGee, Jake TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 26 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17 0/0
13 Thomas, Justin WR 5-11 185 03/15/94 23 R Georgia Tech Pratville, AL UDFA'17 0/0
35 Phillips, Dashaun CB 5-11 186 01/03/91 26 3 Tarleton State Duncanville, TX TR'17 (WAS) 0/0
33 Toussaint, Fitzgerald RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15 0/0
16 Tucker, Marcus WR 5-10 190 05/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16 0/0

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Stafford, Daimion S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN) 0/0

INJURED RESERVE
99 Adams, Keion LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17 0/0
34 Crawford, Antonio CB 5-10 184 02/02/94 23 R West Virginia Tampa, FL UFDA'17 0/0
38 Ducre, Greg CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 2 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA'17 0/0
46-D Galambos, Matt LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17 0/0
62 Matthews, Matthews C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17 0/0
34 Sutton, Cameron CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17 0/0
Experience Includes 2017 Season
Number of Players on Active Roster: 53

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


Assistant Coaches:
John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive Coordinator);
Danny Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks); Carnell Lake (Defensive
Backs); Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside Linebackers); Joey Porter
(Outside Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve Meyer (Coaching Asst.); Daniel
Martin Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ 2017 GP/GS
3 Jones, Landry QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13 0/0
4 Berry, Jordan P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15 6/0
5 Dobbs, Joshua QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17 0/0
7 Roethlisberger, Ben QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04 6/6
9 Boswell, Chris K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15 6/0
10 Bryant, Martavis WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14 6/4
11 Hunter, Justin WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF) 2/0
17 Rogers, Eli WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15 4/1
19 Smith-Schuster, JuJu WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17 6/1
20 Golden, Robert S 5-11 202 09/13/90 27 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12 6/0
21 Haden, Joe CB 5-11 195 04/14/89 28 8 Florida Fort Washington, MD FA'17 6/6
22 Gay, William CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13 6/1
23 Mitchell, Mike S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR) 5/4
24 Sensabaugh, Coty CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG) 6/0
25 Burns, Artie CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16 6/6
26 Bell, Le'Veon RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13 6/6
27 Wilcox, J.J. S 6-0 212 02/14/91 26 5 Georgia Southern Cairo, GA TR'17 (TB) 5/1
28 Davis, Sean S 6-1 202 10/23/93 24 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16 6/6
29 Allen, Brian CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 24 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17 3/0
30 Conner, James RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17 6/0
31 Hilton, Mike CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16 6/1
39 Watson, Terrell RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17 6/0
44 Matakevich, Tyler LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16 6/0
45 Nix, Roosevelt FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15 6/2
48 Dupree, Bud LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15 5/5
50 Shazier, Ryan LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 25 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14 6/6
53 Pouncey, Maurkice C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10 6/6
54 Fort, L.J. LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '17 4/0
55 Moats, Arthur LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF) 6/0
56 Chickillo, Anthony LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15 6/2
57 Canaday, Kameron LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17 6/0
65 Hawkins, Jerald OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 24 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16 2/0
66 DeCastro, David G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12 6/6
67 Finney, B.J. C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15 5/2
71 Feiler, Matt OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16 3/0
73 Foster, Ramon G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09 5/5
74 Hubbard, Chris C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13 6/4
77 Gilbert, Marcus OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11 4/4
78 Villanueva, Alejandro OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 29 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14 6/6
79 Hargrave, Javon DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16 6/5
81 James, Jesse TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15 6/5
84 Brown, Antonio WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10 6/6
85 Grimble, Xavier TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 25 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15 5/1
88 Heyward-Bey, Darrius WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND) 6/0
89 McDonald, Vance TE 6-4 267 06/13/90 27 5 Rice Winnie, TX TR'17 (SF) 5/3
90 Watt, T.J. LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 23 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17 5/5
91 Tuitt, Stephon DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14 4/4
92 Harrison, James LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14 4/0
93 McCullers, Daniel DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14 2/0
94 Alualu, Tyson DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX) 5/2
96 Walton, L.T. DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15 6/0
97 Heyward, Cameron DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11 6/6
98 Williams, Vince LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13 6/6

PRACTICE SQUAD
13 Justin Thomas WR 5-11 185 03/15/94 23 R Georgia Tech Pratville, AL UDFA'17 0/0
16 Marcus Tucker WR 5-10 190 05/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16 0/0
33 Fitzgerald Toussaint RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15 0/0
35 Dashaun Phillips CB 5-11 186 01/03/91 26 3 Tarleton State Duncanville, TX TR'17 (WAS) 0/0
41 Farrington Huguenin LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17 0/0
42 Jacob Hagen S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16 0/0
57 Keith Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17 0/0
61 Kyle Friend C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17 0/0
80 Jake McGee TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 26 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17 0/0
95 Lavon Hooks DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17 0/0

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Daimion Stafford S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN) 0/0

INJURED RESERVE
34 Antonio Crawford CB 5-10 184 02/02/94 23 R West Virginia Tampa, FL UFDA'17 0/0
34 Cameron Sutton CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17 0/0
46-D Matt Galambos LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17 0/0
38 Ducre, Greg CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 2 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA'17 0/0
62 Mike Matthews C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17 0/0
99 Keion Adams LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17 0/0
Experience Includes 2017 Season
Number of Players on Active Roster: 53
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 POSITIONAL ROSTER
OFFENSE (25)

NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ


QUARTERBACKS (3)
3 Landry Jones QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13
5 Joshua Dobbs QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17
7 Ben Roethlisberger QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04
RUNNING BACKS (4)
26 Le'Veon Bell RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13
30 James Conner RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17
39 Terrell Watson RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17
45 Roosevelt Nix FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15
WIDE RECEIVERS (6)
10 Martavis Bryant WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14
11 Justin Hunter WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF)
17 Eli Rogers WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17
84 Antonio Brown WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10
88 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND)
TIGHT ENDS (3)
81 Jesse James TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15
85 Xavier Grimble TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 25 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15
89 Vance McDonald TE 6-4 267 06/13/90 27 5 Rice Winnie, TX TR'17 (SF)
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (9)
53 Maurkice Pouncey C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10
65 Jerald Hawkins OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 24 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16
66 David DeCastro G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12
67 B.J. Finney C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15
71 Matt Feiler OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16
73 Ramon Foster G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09
74 Chris Hubbard C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13
77 Marcus Gilbert OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11
78 Alejandro Villanueva OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 29 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14

DEFENSE (25)

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (6)


79 Javon Hargrave DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16
91 Stephon Tuitt DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14
93 Daniel McCullers DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14
94 Tyson Alualu DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX)
96 L.T. Walton DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15
97 Cameron Heyward DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11
LINEBACKERS (9)
44 Tyler Matakevich LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16
48 Bud Dupree LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15
50 Ryan Shazier LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 25 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14
54 L.J. Fort LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '17
55 Arthur Moats LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF)
56 Anthony Chickillo LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15
90 T.J. Watt LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 23 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17
92 James Harrison LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14
98 Vince Williams LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13
DEFENSIVE BACKS (10)
20 Robert Golden S 5-11 202 09/13/90 27 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12
21 Joe Haden CB 5-11 195 04/14/89 28 8 Florida Fort Washington, MD FA'17
22 William Gay CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13
23 Mike Mitchell S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR)
24 Coty Sensabaugh CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG)
25 Artie Burns CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16
27 J.J. Wilcox S 6-0 212 02/14/91 26 5 Georgia Southern Cairo, GA TR'17 (TB)
28 Sean Davis S 6-1 202 10/23/93 24 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16
29 Brian Allen CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 24 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17
31 Mike Hilton CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16

SPECIALISTS (3)
4 Jordan Berry P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15
9 Chris Boswell K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15
57 Kameron Canaday LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17

PRACTICE SQUAD
13 Justin Thomas WR 5-11 185 03/15/94 23 R Georgia Tech Pratville, AL UDFA'17
16 Marcus Tucker WR 5-10 190 05/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16
33 Fitzgerald Toussaint RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15
35 Dashaun Phillips CB 5-11 186 01/03/91 26 3 Tarleton State Duncanville, TX TR'17 (WAS)
41 Farrington Huguenin LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17
42 Jacob Hagen S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16
57 Keith Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17
61 Kyle Friend C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17
80 Jake McGee TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 26 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17
95 Lavon Hooks DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Daimion Stafford S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN)

INJURED RESERVE
34 Antonio Crawford CB 5-10 184 02/02/94 23 R West Virginia Tampa, FL UFDA'17
34 Cameron Sutton CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17
38 Greg Ducre CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 2 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA'17
46-D Matt Galambos LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17
62 Mike Matthews C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17
99 Keion Adams LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17
Number of Players on Active Roster: 53

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive
Assistant Coaches:
Coordinator); Danny Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks);
Carnell Lake (Defensive Backs); Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside
Linebackers); Joey Porter (Outside Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve
Meyer (Coaching Asst.); Daniel Martin Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel
Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2017 ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE
NO NAME POS HT WT DOB AGE EXP COLLEGE BIRTHPLACE HOW ACQ
15th YEAR (1)
92 James Harrison LB 6-0 242 05/04/78 39 15 Kent State Akron, OH FA '14
14th YEAR (1)
7 Ben Roethlisberger QB 6-5 240 03/02/82 35 14 Miami (OH) Findlay, OH D1 '04
11th YEAR (1)
22 William Gay CB 5-10 187 01/01/85 32 11 Louisville Tallahassee, FL FA '13
9th YEAR (3)
23 Mike Mitchell S 6-1 221 06/10/87 30 9 Ohio Fort Thomas, KY UFA '14 (CAR)
73 Ramon Foster G 6-5 328 01/07/86 31 9 Tennessee Henning, TN UDFA '09
88 Darrius Heyward-Bey WR 6-2 210 02/26/87 30 9 Maryland Silver Spring, MD UFA '14 (IND)
8th YEAR (5)
21 Joe Haden CB 5-11 195 04/14/89 28 8 Florida Fort Washington, MD FA'17
53 Maurkice Pouncey C 6-4 304 07/24/89 28 8 Florida Lakeland, FL D1 '10
55 Arthur Moats LB 6-0 246 03/14/88 29 8 James Madison Portsmouth, VA UFA '14 (BUF)
84 Antonio Brown WR 5-10 181 07/10/88 29 8 Central Michigan Miami, FL D6b '10
94 Tyson Alualu DE 6-3 304 05/12/87 30 8 California Honolulu, HI UFA '17 (JAX)
7th YEAR (2)
77 Marcus Gilbert OT 6-6 330 02/15/88 29 7 Florida Fort Lauderdale, FL D2 '11
97 Cameron Heyward DE 6-5 295 05/06/89 28 7 Ohio State Pittsburgh, PA D1 '11
6th YEAR (3)
20 Robert Golden S 5-11 202 09/13/90 27 6 Arizona Fresno, CA UDFA '12
24 Coty Sensabaugh CB 5-11 187 11/15/88 28 6 Clemson Kingsport, TN UFA '17 (NYG)
66 David DeCastro G 6-5 316 01/11/90 27 6 Stanford Bellevue, WA D1 '12
5th YEAR (6)
3 Landry Jones QB 6-4 225 04/04/89 28 5 Oklahoma Artesia, NM D4b '13
11 Justin Hunter WR 6-4 203 05/20/91 26 5 Tennessee Virginia Beach, VA UFA '17 (BUF)
26 Le'Veon Bell RB 6-1 225 02/18/92 25 5 Michigan State Reynoldsburg, OH D2 '13
27 J.J. Wilcox S 6-0 212 02/14/91 26 5 Georgia Southern Cairo, GA TR'17 (TB)
89 Vance McDonald TE 6-4 267 06/13/90 27 5 Rice Winnie, TX TR'17 (SF)
98 Vince Williams LB 6-1 233 12/27/89 27 5 Florida State Davenport, FL D6b '13
4th YEAR (4)
50 Ryan Shazier LB 6-1 230 09/06/92 25 4 Ohio State Fort Lauderdale, FL D1 '14
74 Chris Hubbard C/G 6-4 295 04/23/91 26 4 UAB Columbus, GA UDFA '13
91 Stephon Tuitt DE 6-6 303 05/23/93 24 4 Notre Dame Miami, FL D2 '14
93 Daniel McCullers DT 6-7 352 08/11/92 25 4 Tennessee Raleigh, NC D6b '14
3rd YEAR (11)
4 Jordan Berry P 6-5 195 03/18/91 26 3 Eastern Kentucky Melbourne, Victoria, Australia FA '15
9 Chris Boswell K 6-2 185 03/16/91 26 3 Rice Fort Worth, TX FA '15
10 Martavis Bryant WR 6-4 211 12/20/91 25 3 Clemson Calhoun Falls, SC D4 '14
17 Eli Rogers WR 5-10 187 12/23/92 24 3 Louisville Miami, FL UDFA '15
45 Roosevelt Nix FB 5-11 248 03/30/92 25 3 Kent State Reynoldsburg, OH FA '15
48 Bud Dupree LB 6-4 269 02/12/93 24 3 Kentucky Macon, GA D1 '15
54 L.J. Fort LB 6-0 232 01/03/90 27 3 Northern Iowa Granite City, IL FA '17
56 Anthony Chickillo LB 6-3 255 12/10/92 24 3 Miami (FL) Tampa, FL D6b '15
78 Alejandro Villanueva OT 6-9 320 09/22/88 29 3 Army Meridian, MS FA '14
81 Jesse James TE 6-7 261 06/04/94 23 3 Penn State Glassport, PA D5 '15
96 L.T. Walton DE 6-5 305 03/31/92 25 3 Central Michigan Clinton Township, MI D6a '15
2nd YEAR (7)
25 Artie Burns CB 6-0 197 05/01/95 22 2 Miami (FL) Miami, FL D1 '16
28 Sean Davis S 6-1 202 10/23/93 24 2 Maryland Washington, DC D2 '16
44 Tyler Matakevich LB 6-1 235 12/22/92 24 2 Temple Stratford, CT D7b '16
65 Jerald Hawkins OT 6-6 305 10/16/93 24 2 LSU Baldwin, LA D4 '16
67 B.J. Finney C/G 6-4 318 10/26/91 25 2 Kansas State Wichita, KS UDFA '15
79 Javon Hargrave DT 6-2 305 02/07/93 24 2 South Carolina State Salisbury, NC D3 '16
85 Xavier Grimble TE 6-4 261 09/22/92 25 2 USC Las Vegas, NV FA '15
1st YEAR (4)
39 Terrell Watson RB 6-1 240 08/22/93 24 1 Azusa Pacific Los Angeles, CA FA '17
31 Mike Hilton CB 5-9 184 03/09/94 23 1 Mississippi Fayetteville, GA FA '16
57 Kameron Canaday LS 6-4 245 08/20/92 25 1 Portland State Eugene, OR FA '17
71 Matt Feiler OT 6-6 330 07/07/92 25 1 Bloomsburg (PA) Strasburg, PA FA '16
ROOKIES (5)
5 Joshua Dobbs QB 6-3 216 01/26/95 22 R Tennessee Alpharetta, GA D4 '17
19 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 6-1 215 11/22/96 20 R USC Long Beach, CA D2 '17
29 Brian Allen CB 6-3 215 10/21/93 24 R Utah La Marque, TX D5 '17
30 James Conner RB 6-1 233 05/05/95 22 R Pittsburgh Erie, PA D3b '17
90 T.J. Watt LB 6-4 252 10/11/94 23 R Wisconsin Pewaukee, WI D1 '17

PRACTICE SQUAD
13 Justin Thomas WR 5-11 185 03/15/94 23 R Georgia Tech Pratville, AL UDFA'17
16 Marcus Tucker WR 5-10 190 05/24/92 25 1 Northern Michigan Flint, MI UDFA '16
33 Fitzgerald Toussaint RB 5-9 204 05/04/90 27 4 Michigan Youngstown, OH FA '15
35 Dashaun Phillips CB 5-11 186 01/03/91 26 3 Tarleton State Duncanville, TX TR'17 (WAS)
41 Farrington Huguenin LB 6-4 268 05/08/92 25 1 Kentucky Columbia, SC FA '17
42 Jacob Hagen S 6-3 205 03/16/92 25 1 Liberty Orange Park, FL FA '16
57 Keith Kelsey LB 6-0 233 03/17/95 22 R Louisville Gainesville, FL UDFA '17
61 Kyle Friend C 6-2 305 04/03/94 23 1 Temple Harrisburg, PA FA '17
80 Jake McGee TE 6-5 250 09/19/91 26 1 Flordia Richmond, VA FA '17
95 Lavon Hooks DE 6-3 312 01/23/92 25 1 Mississippi Atlanta, GA FA '17

RESERVE/DID NOT REPORT


30-D Daimion Stafford S 6-1 218 02/18/91 26 5 Nebraska Norco, CA UFA '17 (TEN)

INJURED RESERVE
34 Antonio Crawford CB 5-10 184 02/02/94 23 R West Virginia Tampa, FL UFDA'17
34 Cameron Sutton CB 5-11 188 02/27/95 22 R Tennessee Jonesboro, GA D3a '17
46-D Matt Galambos LB 6-1 239 03/21/95 22 R Pittsburgh Collingdale, PA UDFA '17
38 Greg Ducre CB 5-10 183 01/22/92 25 2 Washington Los Angeles, CA FA'17
62 Mike Matthews C 6-2 300 01/27/94 23 1 Texas A&M Sugar Land, TX FA '17
99 Keion Adams LB 6-2 245 06/08/95 22 R Western Michigan Salisbury, NC D7 '17
Experience Includes 2017 Season
Number of Players on Active Roster: 53

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin


Assistant Coaches: John Mitchell (Asst. Head Coach/Defensive Line); Todd Haley (Offensive Coordinator); Keith Butler (Defensive Coordinator);
Danny Smith (Special Teams Coordinator); James Daniel (Tight Ends); Randy Fichtner (Quarterbacks); Carnell Lake (Defensive
Backs); Richard Mann (Wide Receivers); Mike Munchak (Offensive Line); Jerry Olsavsky (Inside Linebackers); Joey Porter
(Outside Linebackers); James Saxon (Running Backs); Shaun Sarrett (Offensive Asst.); Steve Meyer (Coaching Asst.); Daniel
Martin Rooney (Coaching Asst.); Garrett Giemont (Conditioning Coordinator); Marcel Pastoor (Conditioning Asst.)
2017 ROSTER MOVES
Date Pos. Name Transaction Date Pos. Name Transaction
1/24/17 RB Gus Johnson Reserve/Future Contract 5/16/17 TE Ryan Malleck Released
1/24/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Reserve/Future Contract 5/16/17 CB Devonte Johnson Released
1/24/17 RB Karlos Williams Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 LB Akil Blount Released
1/24/17 RB Dreamius Smith Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 QB Nick Schuessler Released
1/24/17 CB Brandon Dixon Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 WR Canaan Severin Signed Contract
1/24/17 CB Mike Hilton Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 QB Bart Houston Signed Contract
1/24/17 OL Keavon Milton Reserve/Future Contract 5/17/17 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
1/24/17 OL Matt Feiler Reserve/Future Contract 5/18/17 LS Greg Warren Released (Failed Physical)
1/24/17 S Jacob Hagen Reserve/Future Contract 5/18/17 TE Ladarius Green Released (Failed Physical)
1/24/17 WR Marcus Tucker Reserve/Future Contract 5/18/17 RB Terrell Watson Signed Contract
1/24/17 WR Dez Stewart Reserve/Future Contract 5/22/17 QB Joshua Dobbs Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
1/27/17 LB Farrington Huguenin Reserve/Future Contract 5/30/17 P A.J. Hughes Released
1/30/17 CB Greg Ducre Reserve/Future Contract 5/30/17 S Daimion Stafford Signed One-Year Contract (UFA, TEN)
2/2/17 LS Greg Warren Re-Signed (One-Year Contract) 5/30/17 LS Kameron Canaday Signed Contract
2/6/17 CB Justin Gilbert Released 6/13/17 CB Cameron Sutton Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
2/13/17 DT Lavon Hooks Signed Contract 6/14/17 RB Rushel Shell Released
2/13/17 DT Roy Philon Signed Contract 6/14/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Signed Contract
2/14/17 CB Devonte Johnson Signed Contract 6/14/17 LB T.J. Watt Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years)
2/14/17 LB Akil Blount Signed Contract 7/27/17 OT Alejandro Villanueva Signed New Contract (Four Years)
2/14/17 LB Jason Fanaika Signed Contract 7/2717 WR Sammie Coates Placed on PUP List
2/14/17 OL Kyle Friend Signed Contract 7/27/17 WR Canaan Severin Placed on PUP List
2/14/17 OL Mike Matthews Signed Contract 7/27/17 S Daimion Stafford Placed on Did Not Report List
2/14/17 RB Trey Williams Signed Contract 7/28/17 S Malik Golden Signed Contract
2/15/17 LB Steven Johnson Re-Signed (One-Year Contract) 7/29/17 WR Canaan Severin Activated from PUP List
2/21/17 LS Kameron Canady Signed Contract 8/2/17 TE Scott Orndoff Waived/Injured
2/21/17 P A.J. Hughes Signed Contract 8/2/17 TE Jake McGee Signed
2/22/17 TE Ryan Malleck Signed Contract 8/3/17 TE Scott Orndoff Reserve/Injured List
2/27/17 RB Le’Veon Bell Exclusive Franchise Tag 8/5/17 DE Nelson Adams Released
2/27/17 WR Antonio Brown Signed New Contract (Five Years) 8/5/17 CB JaCorey Shepherd Signed
3/1/17 LB James Harrison Re-Signed (Two-Year Contract) 8/8/17 C Mike Matthews Waived/Injured
3/6/17 OT Ryan Harris Reserve/Retired List 8/817 C Lucas Crowley Signed
3/9/17 TE David Johnson Re-Signed (Two-Year Contract) 8/14/17 WR Canaan Severin Released
3/9/17 QB Landry Jones Re-Signed (Two-Year Contract) 8/14/17 LB Austin Gearing Signed
3/9/17 RB Karlos Williams Released 8/16/17 WR Sammie Coates Activated from PUP List
3/15/17 WR Justin Hunter Signed One-Year Contract (UFA, BUF) 8/23/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Released
3/20/17 RB Knile Davis Signed One-Year Contract (UFA, KC) 8/23/17 CB Greg Ducre Waived/injured
3/20/17 CB Coty Sensabaugh Signed Two-Year Contract (UFA, NYG) 8/23/17 C Lucas Crowley Traded (WAS)
3/21/17 DE Tyson Alualu Signed Two-Year Contract (UFA, JAX) 8/23/17 CB DaShaun Phillips Acquired via trade (WAS)
4/6/17 G Chris Hubbard Signed Restricted Free Agent Tender 8/24/17 CB Antonio Crawford Waived/Injured
4/17/17 CB Ross Cockrell Signed Restricted Free Agent Tender 8/25/17 C Ruben Carter Signed
4/19/17 LB Jason Fanaika Released 8/29/17 TE Vance McDonald Acquired via trade (SF)
4/25/17 WR Martavis Bryant Reinstated (Conditional Basis) 8/29/17 DE Christian Brown Released
4/27/17 LB T.J. Watt Drafted 8/29/17 TE Phazahn Odom Released
4/28/17 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Drafted 8/31/17 CB Joe Haden Signed
4/28/17 CB Cameron Sutton Drafted 9/2/17 WR Sammie Coates Traded (CLE)
4/28/17 RB James Conner Drafted 9/2/17 CB Ross Cockrell Traded (NYG)
4/29/17 QB Joshua Dobbs Drafted 9/2/17 WR Demarcus Ayers Released
4/29/17 CB Brian Allen Drafted 9/2/17 C Ruben Carter Released
4/29/17 LS Colin Holba Drafted 9/2/17 OL Ethan Cooper Released
4/29/17 LB Keion Adams Drafted 9/2/17 RB Knile Davis Released
4/29/17 DT Nelson Adams Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 CB Brandon Dixon Released
4/29/17 DT Christian Brown Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 C Kyle Friend Released
4/29/17 G Ethan Cooper Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 LB Matt Galambos Released
4/29/17 DE Francis Kallon Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 LB Austin Gearing Released
4/29/17 LB Keith Kelsey Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 S Malik Golden Waived/Injured
4/29/17 TE Scott Orndoff Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 CB Senquez Golson Released
4/29/17 QB Nick Schuessler Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 S Jacob Hagen Released
4/29/17 RB Rushel Shell Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 WR Cobi Hamilton Released
4/29/17 CB Terrish Webb Agreed To Terms (UDFA) 9/2/17 LS Colin Holba Released
5/1/17 QB Zach Mettenberger Released 9/2/17 DE Lavon Hooks Released
5/2/17 RB Brandon Brown-Dukes Released 9/2/17 QB Bart Houston Released
5/2/17 RB Gus Johnson Released 9/2/17 LB Farrington Huguenin Released
5/2/17 WR Canaan Severin Released 9/2/17 TE David Johnson Released
5/2/17 CB Al-Hajj Shabazz Released 9/2/17 LB Steven Johnson Released
5/5/17 LS Kameron Canady Released 9/2/17 DE Francis Kallon Released
5/5/17 WR Dez Stewart Waived/Injured 9/2/17 LB Keith Kelsey Released
5/5/17 OT Jake Rodgers Signed Contract 9/2/17 DE Johnny Maxey Released
5/8/17 CB Brian Allen Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years) 9/2/17 TE Jake McGee Released
5/10/17 LB Keion Adams Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years) 9/2/17 OT Brian Mihalik Released
5/11/17 LS Colin Holba Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years) 9/2/17 OL Keavon Milton Released
5/11/17 RB James Conner Signed Rookie Contract (Four-Years) 9/2/17 CB Dashaun Phillips Released
5/12/17 RB Dreamius Smith Released 9/2/17 DT Roy Philon Released
5/16/17 LB Matt Galambos Signed Contract (UDFA) 9/2/17 OT Jake Rodgers Released
5/16/17 TE Phazahn Odom Signed Contract (UDFA) 9/2/17 CB JaCorey Shepherd Released
2017 ROSTER MOVES
Date Pos. Name Transaction
9/2/17 WR Justin Thomas Released
9/2/17 RB Fitzgerald Toussaint Released
9/2/17 WR Marcus Tucker Released
9/2/17 S Terrish Webb Released
9/2/17 RB Trey Williams Released
9/3/17 C Kyle Friend Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 LB Matt Galambos Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 S Jacob Hagen Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 DE Lavon Hooks Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 LB Farrington Huguenin Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 TE Jake McGee Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 CB Dashaun Phillips Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 RB Fitzgerald Toussaint Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 WR Marcus Tucker Signed to Practice Squad
9/3/17 S J.J. Wilcox Acquired via trade (TB)
9/4/17 WR Justin Thomas Signed to Practice Squad
9/4/17 LB Steven Johnson Signed
9/4/17 S Jordan Dangerfield Waived/Injured
9/4/17 CB Cameron Sutton Reserve/Injured List
9/9/17 DE Stephon Tuitt Signed New Contract (Six Years)
9/9/17 RB Le’Veon Bell Activated
9/9/17 LB Steven Johnson Released
9/12/17 LB L.J. Fort Terminated
9/12/17 LB Steven Johnson Signed
9/13/17 LB Matt Galambos Released from Practice Squad
9/13/17 LB L.J. Fort Signed to Practice Squad
9/20/17 WR Justin Thomas Released from Practice Squad
9/20/17 OL Jake Rodgers Signed to Practice Squad
9/23/17 LB Steven Johnson Released
9/23/17 LB L.J. Fort Signed
10/16/17 S Jacob Hagen Released from Practice Squad
10/16/17 S Jordan Dangerfield Signed to Practice Squad
HOW THE 2017 STEELERS WERE BUILT

Year-Record (Finish) Draft Choices (27) Free Agents (13)


Trades (2) Undrafted Free Agents (5)
Unrestricted Free Agents (6)

2004: 15-1 (1st AFC North) QB Ben Roethlisberger (#1)


2009: 9-7 (3rd AFC North) G Ramon Foster UDFA
2010: 12-4 (T-1st AFC North) C Maurkice Pouncey (#1)
WR Antonio Brown (#6b)
2011: 12-4 (T-1st AFC North) DE Cameron Heyward (#1)
OT Marcus Gilbert (#2)
2012: 8-8 (3rd AFC North) G David DeCastro (#1) S Robert Golden UDFA
2013: 8-8 (2nd AFC North) RB Le’Veon Bell (#2) CB William Gay FA
QB Landry Jones (#4b) C/G Chris Hubbard UDFA
LB Vince Williams (#6b)
2014: 11-5 (1st AFC North) LB Ryan Shazier (#1) OT Alejandro Villanueva FA
DE Stephon Tuitt (#2) S Mike Mitchell UFA (CAR)
WR Martavis Bryant (#4) LB James Harrison FA
DT Daniel McCullers (#6b) WR Darrius Heyward-Bey UFA (IND)
LB Arthur Moats UFA (BUF)
2015: 10-6 (2nd AFC North) LB Bud Dupree (#1) TE Xavier Grimble FA
TE Jesse James (#5) C/G B.J. Finney UDFA
DE L.T. Walton (#6a) WR Eli Rogers UDFA
LB Anthony Chickillo (#6b) P Jordan Berry FA
K Chris Boswell FA
FB Roosevelt Nix FA
2016: 11-5 (1st AFC North) CB Artie Burns (#1) CB Mike Hilton FA
S Sean Davis (#2) OT Matt Feiler FA
DT Javon Hargrave (#3)
OT Jerald Hawkins (#4)
LB Tyler Matakevich (#7b)
2017: 2-1 (T-1st AFC North) LB T.J. Watt (#1) DE Tyson Alualu UFA (JAX)
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (#2) CB Coty Sensabaugh UFA (NYG)
RB James Conner (#3b) WR Justin Hunter UFA (BUF)
QB Joshua Dobbs (#4) RB Terrell Watson FA
CB Brian Allen (#5) LS Kameron Canaday FA
TE Vance McDonald TR (SF)
CB Joe Haden UFA (CLE)
S J.J. Wilcox TR (TB)
LB L.J. Fort FA
2017 Starting Lineups

Date Opponent WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB
10-Sep at CLE Brown Villanueva Foster Pouncey DeCastro Gilbert James Bryant Roethlisberger Bell Rogers (WR)
James
17-Sep MIN Brown Villanueva Foster Pouncey DeCastro Gilbert Hubbard (TE) Roethlisberger Bell Nix
Bryant
24-Sep at CHI Brown Villanueva Foster Pouncey DeCastro Hubbard James (WR) Roethlisberger Bell Grimble (WR)

1-Oct at BAL Brown Villanueva Foster Pouncey DeCastro Hubbard McDonlad Finney Roethlisberger Bell Nix
(TE)
McDonald
8-Oct JAK Brown Villanueva Foster Pouncey DeCastro Hubbard James Bryant Roethlisberger Bell (TE)
McDonald
15-Oct KC Brown Villanueva Finney Pouncey DeCastro Gilbertt James Bryant Roethlisberger Bell (TE)

Date Opponent LE NT RE LOLB LILB RILB ROLB LCB RCB SS FS


10-Sep at CLE Heyward Hargrave Tuitt Chickillo Shazier Williams Watt Haden Burns Davis Mitchell
17-Sep MIN Heyward Hilton (DB) Alualu Dupree Shazier Williams Watt Haden Burns Davis Gay
24-Sep at CHI Heyward Hargrave Alualu Dupree Shazier Williams Chickillo Haden Burns Davis Mitchell
1-Oct at BAL Heyward Hargrave Tuitt Dupree Shazier Williams Watt Haden Burns Davis Wilcox
8-Oct JAK Heyward Hargrave Tuitt Dupree Shazier Williams Watt Haden Burns Davis Mitchell
15-Oct KC Heyward Hargrave Tuitt Dupree Shazier Williams Watt Haden Burns Davis Mitchell
2017 PLAYER PARTICIPATION
Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec D
10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 12 16 26 4 10 17 25 31
@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ 2017 Injury 2017
CLE MIN CHI BAL JAC KC CIN DET IND TEN GB CIN BAL NE HOU CLE Career Consec. Games Games/
G/S G/S Missed Starts

Names
Adams, Keion IR IR IR IR IR IR 0/0 0/0 6 0/0
Allen, Brian SI P SI P SI P 3/0 1/0 0 4/0
Alualu, Tyson P RDE RDE P P P 115/90 1/0 0 6/2
Bell, Le'Veon RB RB RB RB RB RB 53/53 53/53 0 6/6
Berry, Jordan P P P P P P 38/0 38/0 0 6/0
Boswell, Chris P P P P P P 33/0 10/0 0 6/0
Brown, Antonio WR WR WR WR WR WR 107/80 6/6 0 6/6
Bryant, Martavis P P WR P WR WR 27/12 6/2 0 6/3
Burns, Artie RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB 22/15 22/15 0 6/6
Canaday, Kameron P P P PP P 6/0 6/0 0 6/0
Chickillo, Anthony LOLBP LOLBP P P 28/9 6/0 0 6/2
Conner, James P P P P P P 6/0 6/0 0 6/0
Crawford, Antonio IR IR IR IR IR IR 0/0 0/0 6 0/0
Davis, Sean SS SS SS SS SS SS 22/15 22/13 0 6/6
DeCastro, David RG RG RG RG RG RG 73/72 62/62 0 6/6
Dobbs, Joshua SI SI SI SI SI SI 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Dupree, Bud SI LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB LOLB 29/15 5/5 0 5/5
Feiler, Matt SI SI P P DNP DNP 2/0 2/0 0 2/0
Finney, B.J. DNP P P TE P LG 18/5 5/1 0 5/2
Fort, L.J. P PS P P P P 37/2 4/0 0 5/0
Foster, Ramon LG LG LG LG LG SI 121/106 9/9 0 5/5
Friend, Kyle PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Galambos, Matt PS PS - - - - 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Gay, William P FS P P P P 166/102 166/0 0 6/0
Gilbert, Marcus RT RT DNP SI SI RT 79/78 1/1 1 3/3
Golden, Robert P P P P P P 82/10 6/0 0 6/0
Grimble, Xavier P P TE P P SI 18/3 5/0 0 5/1
Haden, Joe LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB 96/87 15/15 0 6/6
Hagen, Jacob PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Hargrave, Javon NT P NT NT NT NT 21/18 9/4 0 6/15
Harrison, James P DNP P SI SI P 190/117 1/0 0 3/0
Hawkins, Jerald SI SI SI SI SI SI 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Heyward, Cameron LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE 93/58 6/6 0 6/6
Heyward-Bey, Darrius P P P P P P 120/69 8/0 0 6/0
Hilton, Mike P DB P P P P 6/1 6/0 0 6/1
Hooks, Lavon PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Hubbard, Chris P TE RT RT RT P 29/8 22/0 0 6/4
Huguenin, Farrington PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Hunter, Justin SI SI SI P P SI 50/18 2/0 0 2/0
James, Jesse TE TE TE P TE TE 30/20 30/2 0 6/5
Johnson, Steven - P - - - - 64/7 0/0 0 1/0
Jones, Landry DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 15/4 0/0 0 0/0
Matakevich, Tyler P P P P P P 22/0 22/0 0 6/0
Matthews, Mike IR IR IR IR IR IR 0/0 0/0 5 0/0
Bold denotes starter and position
P — Played
DNP — Did Not Play
SI — Sunday Inactive
PS — Practice Squad
PUP — Reserve/PUP List
SUS — Reserve/Suspended
IR — Reserve/Injured List
DFR — Reserve/Injured; Designated For Return
2017 PLAYER PARTICIPATION
Games 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec D
10 17 24 1 8 15 22 29 12 16 26 4 10 17 25 31
@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ 2017 Injury 2017
CLE MIN CHI BAL JAC KC CIN DET IND TEN GB CIN BAL NE HOU CLE Career Consec. Games Games/
G/S G/S Missed Starts

Names
McCullers, Daniel SI DNP P SI SI SI 38/1 0/0 0 1/0
McDonald, Vance P SI P TE TE TE 53/33 4/3 0 5/3
McGee, Jake PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Mitchell, Mike P P FS SI FS FS 129/75 2/2 0 5/4
Moats, Arthur P P P P P SI 112/45 69/0 0 5/0
Nix, Roosevelt P FB P FB P P 31/7 14/1 0 6/2
Phillips, Dashaun PS PS PS PS PS PS 11/2 0/0 0 0/0
Pouncey, Maurkice C C C C C C 83/83 6/6 0 6/6
Roethlisberger, Ben QB QB QB QB QB QB 191/189 6/6 0 6/6
Rogers, Eli WR P P SI SI P 17/9 0/0 0 4/1
Sensabaugh, Coty P P P P P P 78/29 6/0 0 6/0
Shazier, Ryan RILB RILB RILB RILB RILB RILB 40/35 19/15 0 6/6
Smith-Schuster, JuJu WR P P P P P 6/1 6/0 0 6/1
Thomas, Justin PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Toussaint, Fitzgerald PS PS PS PS PS PS 25/0 0/0 0 0/0
Tucker, Marcus PS PS PS PS PS PS 0/0 0/0 0 0/0
Tuitt, Stephon RDE SI SI RDE RDE RDE 87/36 3/3 0 4/4
Villanueva, Al LT LT LT LT LT LT 38/32 38/32 0 6/6
Watson, Terrell P P P P P P 7/0 6/0 0 8/0
Walton, L.T. P P P P P P 22/4 13/0 0 6/0
Watt, T.J. ROLB ROLB SI ROLB ROLB ROLB 5/5 3/3 0 5/5
Willcox, J.J. P SI P FS P P 64/39 4/0 0 5/1
Williams, Vince RILB RILB RILB RILB RILB RILB 69/23 69/6 0 6/6

Bold denotes starter and position


P — Played
DNP — Did Not Play
SI — Sunday Inactive
PS — Practice Squad
PUP — Reserve/PUP List
SUS — Reserve/Suspended
IR — Reserve/Injured List
DFR — Reserve/Injured; Designated For Return
2017 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS
OPPONENTS STEELERS
RUSHING
JAC (8/8) Leonard Fournette 28 Rushes 35 Le’Veon Bell at BAL (10/1)
JAC (8/8) Leonard Fournette 181 Yards 173 Le’Veon Bell at KC (10/15)
JAC (8/8) Leonard Fournette 90 Long 27 Le’Veon Bell at KC (10/15)
at CHI (9/24) Jordan Howard 2 TDs 2 Le’Veon Bell at BAL (10/1)
JAC (8/8) Leonard Fournette 2

RECEIVING
at BAL (10/1) Mike Wallace 10 Receptions 11 Antonio Brown at CLE (9/10)
at KC (10/15) Kareem Hunt 89 Yards 182 Antonio Brown at CLE (9/10)
at KC (10/15) De’Anthony Thomas 57 Long 51 Martavis Bryant MIN (9/17)
51t Antonio Brown at KC (10/15)
at CLE (9/10) Corey Coleman 1 TDs 2 Jesse James at CLE (9/10)
at CHI (9/24) Adam SHaheen 1
at BAL (10/1) Mike Wallace 1
at KC (10/15) De’Anthony Thomas 1

PASSING
at BAL (10/1) Joe Flacco 49 Attempts 55 Ben Roethlisberger JAC (10/8)
at BAL (10/1) Joe Flacco 31 Completions 33 Ben Roethlisberger JAC (10/8)
at KC (10/15) Alex Smith 246 Yards 312 Ben Roethlisberger JAC (10/8)
at KC (10/15) Alex Smith 57 Long 51 Ben Roethlisberger MIN (9/17)
51t Ben Roethlisberger at KC (10/15)
at CLE (9/10) DeShone Kizer 1 TDs 2 Ben Roethlisberger at CLE (9/10)
at CHI (9/24) Mike Glennon 1 2 Ben Roethlisberger MIN (9/17)
at BAL (10/1) Joe Flacco 1
at KC (10/15) Alex Smith 1
at BAL (10/1) Joe Flacco 2 INTs 5 Ben Roethlisberger JAC (10/8)

PUNT RETURNS
at CLE (9/10) Jabrill Peppers 3 Returns 3 Eli Rogers at CLE (9/10)
at KC (10/15) Tyreek Hill 3
at KC (10/15) Tyreek Hill 39 Yards 32 Eli Rogers at CLE (9/10)
at KC (10/15) Tyreek Hill 32 Long 13 Eli Rogers at CLE (9/10)
TDs

KICKOFF RETURNS
at CHI (9/24) Deonte Thompson 3 Returns 2 Terrell Watson at BAL (10/1)
at CHI (9/24) Deonte Thompson 69 Yards 36 Terrell Watson at BAL (10/1)
at CHI (9/24) Deonte Thompson 29 Long 25 Terrell Watson MIN (9/17)
at BAL (10/1) Michael Campanaro 29
at KC (10/15) Akeem Hunt 29
TDs

PUNTS
MIN (9/17) Ryan Quigley 6 Punts 6 Jordan Berry at CLE (9/10)
at CHI (9/24) Pat O’Donnell 6
at CHI (9/24) Pat O’Donnell 267 Yards 275 Jordan Berry at CLE (9/10)
at CLE (9/10) Britton Colquitt 48.4 Avg. 45.8 Jordan Berry at CLE (9/10)
at KC (10/15) Dustin Colquitt 47.5 Net 44.7 Jordan Berry JAC (10/8)
at CHI (9/24) Pat O’Donnell 62 Long c

at CLE (9/10) Britton Colquitt 3 In 20 3 Jordan Berry at CHI (9/24)


MIN (9/17) Ryan Quigley 3
JAC (8/8) Brad Norton 3
at KC (10/15) Dustin Colquitt 3
Touchbacks 1 Jordan Berry at CHI (9/24)
1 Jordan Berry at KC (10/15)
INTERCEPTIONS
JAC (8/8) Tashaun Gipson 2 Interceptions 1 T.J. Watt at CLE (9/10)
1 J.J. Wilcox at CHI (9/24)
1 Ryan Shazier at BAL (10/1)
1 Mike Hilton at BAL (10/1)
1 Ryan Shazier JAC (10/8)
JAC (8/8) Barry Church 51 Long Return 19 Mike Hilton at BAL (10/1)
TDs
TACKLES
at BAL (10/1) C.J. Mosley 12 Total 11 Ryan Shazier at CHI (9/24)
11 Ryan Shazier at BAL (10/1)
at BAL (10/1) C.J. Mosley 10 Solo 11 Ryan Shazier at CHI (9/24)
11 Ryan Shazier at BAL (10/1)
MIN (9/17) Eric Kendricks 6 Assisted 6 Javon Hargrave JAC (10/8)
MIN (9/17) Everson Griffen 2.0 Sacks 2.0 T.J. Watt at CLE (9/10)
2.0 Vince Williams at KC (10/15)
2.0 Anthony Chickillo at CLE (9/10)
2.0 Cameron Heyward at BAL (10/1)
2017 DRIVE ENGINEERING

Steelers

REGULAR SEASON
No. Missed Blkd Blkd Scoring 1st
STEELERS Drives TD FG FG FG Punt Punt Downs Fum. Int. Safety Time Pts Effic. Drive
Sept. 10 at CLE 10 2 0 0 0 6 0 7 1 1 0 28:50 21 20% Punt
Sept. 17 MIN 12 2 4 0 0 5 0 22 0 0 0 34:22 26 50% Punt
Sept. 24 at CHI 11 2 1 0 0 4 0 19 2 0 0 27:34 17 27% Punt
Oct. 1 at BAL 11 3 1 1 0 4 0 22 1 1 0 35:29 26 36% Field goal
Oct. 8 JAC 12 0 3 0 0 3 0 21 0 5 0 31:08 9 0% Field goal
Oct. 15 at KC 10 2 1 0 0 5 0 23 0 1 0 36:39 19 30% Punt

Opponents

REGULAR SEASON
No. Missed Blkd Blkd Scoring 1st
OPPONENTS Drives TD FG FG FG Punt Punt Downs Fum. Int. Safety Time Pts Effic. Drive
Sept. 10 at CLE 11 2 1 0 0 5 1 7 1 1 0 31:10 18 27% Blocked Punt
Sept. 17 MIN 12 1 1 0 0 6 0 14 0 0 0 25:38 9 16% Punt
Sept. 24 at CHI 13 3 1 0 1 5 0 18 5 1 0 33:59 23 30% Punt
Oct. 1 at BAL 12 1 1 1 0 5 0 18 3 1 0 24:31 9 16% Punt
Oct. 8 JAC 10 4 1 0 0 5 0 15 0 5 0 28:52 30 50% Field goal
Oct. 15 at KC 11 1 2 0 0 4 0 12 0 0 1 23:21 13 27% Safety
2017 STEELERS SCORING DRIVES
REGULAR SEASON

Drive Score Time


Opponent Obtained Scoring Play Plays Yards Time Pit-Opp Qtr Remain
at Cleveland Punt Matakevich punt block recovery - - - 7-0 1 12:44
at Cleveland Punt James 4 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 12 68 5:26 7-7 2 0:45
at Cleveland Kickoff James 2 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 6 75 3:50 21-10 3 5:37
Minnesota Punt Bryant 27 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 9 78 2:18 7-0 1 3:02
Minnesota Punt Smith-Schuster 4 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 5 60 3:12 14-0 2 13:31
Minnesota Downs Boswell 46 yd. field goal 4 8 2:06 17-3 3 12:19
Minnesota Kickoff Boswell 29 yd. field goal 10 74 4:52 20-9 3 5:05
Minnesota Punt Boswell 37 yd. field goal 11 64 4:44 23-9 4 3:18
Minnesota Downs Boswell 43 yd. field goal 4 5 0:20 26-9 4 1:53
at Chicago Punt Brown 7 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 13 77 7:11 7-7 2 5:42
at Chicago Fumble Bell 1 yd. run 6 16 2:42 14-17 3 6:43
at Chicago Interception Bosewell 32 yd. field goal 4 7 0:54 17-17 4 8:03
at Baltimore Punt Bosewell 31 yd. field goal 16 84 10:23 3-0 1 0:26
at Baltimore Punt Bosewell 49 yd. field goal 9 15 2:59 6-0 2 7:25
at Baltimore Fumble Bell 1 yd. run 6 28 2:24 13-0 2 3:24
at Baltimore Punt Smith-Schuster 11 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 8 70 1:35 19-0 2 0:38
at Baltimore Interception Bell 1 yd. run 7 49 3:11 26-9 4 2:26
Jacksonville Punt Bosewell 29 yd. field goal 7 61 3:06 3-0 1 10:17
Jacksonville Interception Bosewell 34 yd. field goal 6 45 0:38 6-7 2 0:03
Jacksonville Kickoff Bosewell 20 yd. field goal 14 73 6:06 9-7 3 8:54
at Kansas City Punt Safety 2-0 1 7:49
at Kansas City Kickoff Bell 3 yd. run 12 75 6:25 9-3 2 14:55
at Kansas City Punt Bosewell 24 yd. field goal 12 93 6:43 12-3 2 2:08
at Kansas City Kickoff Brown 51 yd. pass from Roethlisberger 5 75 2:49 19-10 4 3:24

2017 OPPONENTS SCORING DRIVES


REGULAR SEASON

Drive Score Time


Opponent Obtained Scoring Play Plays Yards Time Pit-Opp Qtr Remain
at Cleveland Kickoff Kizer run for 1yd. 12 68 5:25 14-7 1 0:22
at Cleveland Punt Gonzalez 24 yd. field goal 7 53 4:29 14-10 3 9:27
at Cleveland Kickoff Coleman 3 yd. pass from Kizer 8 73 3:05 21-18 4 3:36
Minnesota Kickoff Forbath 42 yd. field goal 11 51 4:41 14-3 2 8:50
Minnesota Kickoff Hamm 1 yd. run 6 82 2:22 17-9 3 9:57
at Chicago muffed punt Howard 3 yd. run 6 29 3:24 0-7 1 9:09
at Chicago kickoff Shaheen 2 yd. pass from Glennon 9 75 4:59 7-14 2 0:43
at Chicago Kickoff Barth 24 yd. field goal 1 0 0:00 7-17 2 0:00
at Chicago Kickoff Howard 19 yd. run 4 74 1:33 23-17 5 8:27
at Baltimore Interception Tucker 42 yd. field goal 4 -6 0:56 19-3 3 12:32
at Baltimore Missed FG Wallace 16 yd. pass from Flacco 3 66 1:03 26-9 3 6:02
Jacksonville Interception Fournette 2 yd. run 8 47 4:05 3-7 1 12:19
Jacksonville Interception Gipson 28 yd. INT return
Jacksonville Interception Church 51 yd. INT return
Jacksonville Punt Myers 47 yd. field goal 13 67 8:07 9-23 4 6:43
Jacksonville Interception Fournette 90 yd. run 3 98 1:29 9-30 4 1:47
at Kansas City Own kickoff Butker 46 yd. field goal 4 4 1:29 3-2 1 6:20
at Kansas City Punt Thomas 57 yd. pass from Smith 8 82 2:50 12-10 4 6:13
at Kansas City Kickoff Butker 33 yd. field goal 6 52 1:07 19-13 4 2:17
THIRD/FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS

REGULAR SEASON

THIRD DOWN FOURTH DOWN


Date Opponent Made Att. Pct. Made Att. Pct.

9/10/17 STEELERS 5 13 38% 0 0 0%


at Cleveland 3 12 25% 2 2 100%

9/17/17 STEELERS 8 26 30.8% 0 0 0%


Minnesota 8 27 29.6% 2 5 40%

9/24/17 STEELERS 4 11 36% 0 0 0%


at Chicago 4 12 33% 0 0 0%

10/1/17 STEELERS 7 15 47% 0 0 0%


at Baltimore 5 13 38% 0 2 0%

10/8/17 STEELERS 7 15 47% 0 0 0%


Jacksonville 6 12 50% 0 0 0%

10/15/17 STEELERS 4 11 36% 0 0 0%


at Kansas City 3 11 27% 0 2 0%

10/22/17 STEELERS
at Cincinnati

10/29/17 STEELERS
at Detroit

11/12/17 STEELERS
at Indianapolis

11/16/17 STEELERS
at Indianapolis

11/26/17 STEELERS
at Green bay

12/4/17 STEELERS
at Cincinnati

12/10/17 STEELERS
Baltimore

12/16/17 STEELERS
New England

12/25/16 STEELERS
at Houston

12/25/16 STEELERS
Cleveland

STEELERS 35 91 38.4% 0 0 0%
OPPONENTS 29 87 33.3% 4 11 36%
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
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PITTSBURGH STEELERS (5-2)


at

DETROIT LIONS (3-3)


Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 • 8:30 p.m. (ET) • Ford Field • Detroit, Mich.

REGULAR SEASON GAME #8 PITTSBURGH STEELERS


2017 SCHEDULE
Pittsburgh Steelers (5-2)
at PRESEASON (3-1)

Detroit Lions (3-3) Friday, Aug. 11 @ New York Giants W, 20-12 (KDKA)
Sunday, Aug. 20 ATLANTA W, 17-13 (KDKA)
DATE: Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017 | KICKOFF: 8:30 p.m. ET
Saturday, Aug. 26 INDIANAPOLIS L, 19-15 (KDKA)
SITE: Ford Field (68,500) • Detroit, Mich. Thursday, Aug. 31 @ Carolina W, 17-14 (KDKA)
PLAYING SURFACE: FieldTurf
REGULAR SEASON (5-2)
TV COVERAGE: NBC (locally WPXI-TV, channel 11)
Sunday, Sept. 10 @ Cleveland W, 21-18 (CBS)
ANNOUNCERS: Al Michaels (play-by-play)
Sunday, Sept. 17 MINNESOTA W, 26-9 (FOX)
Cris Collinsworth (analyst) | Michele Tafoya (sideline)
Sunday, Sept. 24 @ Chicago L, 23-17 OT (CBS)
LOCAL RADIO: Steelers Radio Network
Sunday, Oct. 1 @ Baltimore W, 26-9 (CBS)
WDVE-FM (102.5)/WBGG-AM (970)
Sunday, Oct. 8 JACKSONVILLE L, 30-9 (CBS)
ANNOUNCERS: Bill Hillgrove (play-by-play) Sunday, Oct. 15 @ Kansas City W, 19-13 (CBS)
Tunch Ilkin (analyst) | Craig Wolfley (sideline) Sunday, Oct. 22 CINCINNATI W, 29-14 (CBS)
NATIONAL RADIO: Westwood One Sunday, Oct. 29 @ Detroit 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Sunday, Nov. 5 BYE WEEK
ANNOUNCERS:
Sunday, Nov. 12 @ Indianapolis* 1 p.m. (CBS)
Kevin Kugler (play-by-play) | Mike Mayock (analyst)
Thursday, Nov. 16 TENNESSEE 8:25 p.m. (NBC/

A LOOK AT THE COACHES


NFL Network/Amazon)
Sunday, Nov. 26 GREEN BAY* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin Monday, Dec. 4 @ Cincinnati 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
Overall regular-season record: 108-59 (.647)/11th season Sunday, Dec. 10 BALTIMORE* 8:30 p.m. (NBC)
Regular-season record with Pittsburgh: 108-59 (.647)/11th season Sunday, Dec. 17 NEW ENGLAND* 4:25 p.m. (CBS)
Playoff Record/Years: 8-6 (.571)/seven years Monday, Dec. 25 @ Houston 4:30 p.m. (NBC/
Detroit Lions Head Coach Jim Caldwell NFL Network/Amazon)
Overall regular-season record: 56-46 (.549)/seventh season Sunday, Dec. 31 CLEVELAND* 1 p.m. (CBS)
Regular-season record with Detroit: 30-24 (.556)/fourth season
Playoff Record/Years: 2-4 (.333)/four years * - Times may change due to flexible scheduling
POSTSEASON

www.steelers.com Sat.-Sun., Jan. 6-7


Sat.-Sun., Jan. 13-14
Wild Card Weekend
Divisional Playoff Games
For all of the most up-to-date information on the Sunday, Jan. 21 Conference Championships
Pittsburgh Steelers, visit the team’s official web site Sunday, Jan. 28 Pro Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)
at www.steelers.com Updated daily, the web site has Sunday, Feb. 4 Super Bowl LII (Minneapolis, Minn.)
the most extensive information on upcoming games
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For the 19th consecutive year, WDVE-FM (102.5) and WBGG-AM (970)
are carrying all Steelers games.
Additionally, Steelers games can be heard on a 48-station network
spanning Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, New York and
South Carolina. All Steelers games will be broadcast in Spanish on
steelers.com.
For the 24th straight season, Bill Hillgrove serves as the “Voice of the
Steelers” and handles play-by-play duties for the broadcast. Joining Hill-
grove for his 19th season as an expert analyst is Tunch Ilkin, the former
Steelers All-Pro offensive tackle. Joining the team for his 15th season is
former Steelers offensive lineman Craig Wolfley, who provides sideline
analysis.
Fans in Mexico can also listen to Steelers broadcasts on Grupo Im-
MEDIA NOTES agen and games are heard on www.steelers.com/espanol. Stations on
the Steelers Radio Network include:
— WEEKLY PRESS CONFERENCE —
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room at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex. WBGG-AM (970)
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THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE


(Subject to change)
TUESDAY, OCT. 24 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25 THURSDAY, OCT. 26 FRIDAY, OCT. 27 SATURDAY, OCT. 28 SUNDAY, OCT. 29 MONDAY, OCT. 30
• Coach Tomlin Press • Player availability open locker • Player availability open locker • Practice 10:45 a.m. - • No media availability 8:30 p.m. (ET) TBA
Conference: Noon Live on room 9:30 - 10 a.m. room 12:30 - 12:45 p.m. 12:30 p.m. Road Game
Steelers.com at Detroit Lions
• Practice 1:15 - 3:15 p.m. • Practice 1 - 3 p.m. • Player availability open (Ford Field)
locker room 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. NBC
• Post-practice player • Post-practice player (locally WPXI-TV,
availability 3:15 - 3:45 p.m. availability 3 - 3:30 p.m. • Coach Tomlin available upon
Channel 11)
request after practice
• Coach Tomlin available upon • Coach Tomlin available upon
request after practice request after practice

• Coordinators available after


practice
www.steelers.com
2017 SCHEDULE NOTES A TRIBUTE TO DAN ROONEY
The Steelers are slated to appear in five nationally televised Throughout the 2017 season,
primetime games during the NFL’s 2017 regular season, and Steelers players will sport a
on Christmas Day, this season. patch on the right side of their jer-
The Steelers’ five nationally televised primetime games are seys in memory of the late Chair-
scheduled in a span of seven weeks, including three at Heinz man Ambassador Dan Rooney.
Field. The patch - with Rooney’s initials
Pittsburgh’s three home nationally televised primetime games - DMR - which stands for Daniel
in 2017 consist of hosting the Tennessee Titans in Week 11 on Milton Rooney - is lovingly envel-
Thursday Night Football (NBC, 8:25 p.m.) on Nov. 16, the Green oped in black and gold shamrock
Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football on Nov. 26 in Week 12 to honor, remember and show
(NBC, 8:30 p.m.) and the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night love and respect for the man who
Football in Week 14 on Dec. 10 (NBC, 8:30 p.m.). was more than an owner, but family to the players.
The Steelers’ two other primetime matchups in 2017 will occur
on the road in Weeks 8 and 13. The team will travel to face the
Detroit Lions in Week 8 (Oct. 29) for a Sunday Night Football tilt STEELERS HALL OF HONOR
(NBC, 8:30 p.m.), and at the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 13 (Dec.
4) for a Monday Night Football game (ESPN, 8:30 p.m.) The Steelers announced their inaugural Hall of Honor class on
For the second consecutive year, and for the second time in Aug. 29 at an event in the PNC Champions Club at Heinz Field.
franchise history, the Steelers will play on Christmas Day. Pitts- Twenty-seven members were announced in the class who will be
burgh will travel to Houston for a Monday, Dec. 25 matchup at inducted during a formal ceremony during Alumni Weekend (Nov.
the Texans (NBC, 4:30 p.m.). 25-26), and the inaugural class will be introduced during halftime
The Steelers’ bye week will be on Nov. 5 (Week 9). of the Steelers game vs. the Green Bay Packers on Nov. 26.
The inaugural class includes the following (in alphabetical
THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED order):

The Steelers will log just 6,694 miles traveled during the 2017 • Jerome Bettis
season - the fewest miles among all 32 NFL teams: • Mel Blount
• Terry Bradshaw
FEWEST MILES TRAVELED IN 2017 • Jack Butler
TEAM NUMBER OF MILES TRAVELED • Dermontti Dawson
Pittsburgh 6,694 • Bill Dudley
Cincinnati 7,662 • Joe Greene
Green Bay 8,074 • Kevin Greene
Detroit 8,218 • L.C. Greenwood
Chicago 8,318
• Jack Ham
Based on the estimated round-trip distance for every regular-season road game
• Franco Harris
• Dick Hoak
• John Henry Johnson
@SteelersPRDept • Walt Kiesling
• Jack Lambert
The Steelers Communications Department has • Bobby Layne
created a Twitter account – @SteelersPRDept – for • John McNally
media to follow for news and information relating to • Chuck Noll
the team. The department’s Twitter account is the • Arthur J. Rooney, Sr.
the primary platform for how the team disseminates • Daniel M. Rooney
news and information including press releases, • Andy Russell
media advisories, practice and media availability • Donnie Shell
times and more. • John Stallworth
• Ernie Stautner
• Lynn Swann
• Mike Webster
• Rod Woodson

Each inductee will receive a replica of a solid steel football,


which will replicate the original that was given to Steelers’ founder
Art Rooney Sr. by the United States Steel Corporation and United
Steel Workers in 1982 on the occasion of the team’s 50th Season.
They will be part of a display to be located inside the FedEx
Great Hall at Heinz Field.
The Steelers announced plans for a Hall of Honor on Aug. 1.
The Hall of Honor will induct former players, coaches, and front
office personnel who were integral in creating and sustaining the
franchise’s success dating back to when the team was founded
in 1933.
STEELERS 2017 DRAFT CLASS 2017 BY THE NUMBERS
LB T.J. Watt (1st round, 30th overall): Played collegiately at 3RD
the University of Wisconsin...appeared in 27 games, making 14 LB T.J. Watt became the third player in NFL history - first on
starts, over a two-year span...recorded 70 tackles, including 17 Kickoff Weekend - to record 2.0 sacks and an interception in an
stops for losses and 11.5 sacks in his career. NFL debut, accomplishing the feat in Week One at Cleveland.
He joined Charles Glaze (Oct. 4, 1987) and Tommy Haynes
WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (2nd round, 62nd overall): Played (Oct. 4, 1987).
collegiately at the University of Southern California...totaled 213
catches for 3,092 yards with 25 touchdown catches in 40 games 10TH
played (39 starts). TE Jesse James opened the 2017 season with his first career
multi-touchdown game - catching two scoring tosses from
RB James Conner (3rd round, 105th overall): Finished his Uni- QB Ben Roethlisberger. It marked the 10th such game by a
versity of Pittsburgh career second on the school’s all-time charts Steelers tight end since 1960 and first since 2012 (Heath Miller,
for rushing yards (3,733), total touchdowns (56) and rushing Sept. 23, at Oakland).
touchdowns (52) charts, while setting Atlantic Coast Conference
records in total touchdowns and rushing touchdowns.
11-182
QB Joshua Dobbs (4th round, 135th overall): Compiled a 23-12 The number of receptions - a new Steelers Kickoff Weekend
record as a starting quarterback at the University of Tennessee, team record - WR Antonio Brown hauled in at Cleveland - for
including 3-0 in Bowl games...his collegiate numbers include 182 receiving yards - the second-most by a Steeler in a Week
9,360 yards of total offense (7,138 passing, 2,160 rushing and 62 One game.
receiving), while setting school records for career rushing yards by
a quarterback, career rushing touchdowns by a quarterback (32) 24
and single-season rushing scores by a quarterback (12 in 2016). The number of sacks the Steelers defense has tallied in in
2017 - tied for second-best on the season.
DB Brian Allen (5th round, 173rd overall): Appeared in 42
games at the University of Utah, making 12 starts, and tallied 16.6
62 tackles (44 solo), 14 passes defensed and five interceptions. Pittsburgh ranks third in the NFL in holding opponents to an
average of 16.6 points per game.

30
STEELERS PRONUNCIATION GUIDE WR Antonio Brown recorded the 30th 100-yard receiving
game of his NFL career on Kickoff Weekend - breaking a tie
with Hines Ward (29) for the most such games in team history.
Tyson Alualu......................... (AH-loo AH-loo)
Le’Veon Bell ......................... (Lay-vee-on) 32:38
Anthony Chickillo ................. (Chick-il-oh) The average time of possession for the Steelers’ offense per
Matt Feiler ............................ (Fy-ler) game in 2017 - the third-best average in the NFL.
Ramon Foster ...................... (Ruh-moan)
50
Javon Hargrave.................... (Jay-von) QB Ben Roethlisberger won his 50th game as a starter vs. an
Tyler Matakevich .................. (Matt-uh-kev-ich) AFC North opponent in Week One, quarterbacking the Steelers
Ben Roethlisberger .............. (Roth-lis-ber-ger) to a 21-18 win at Cleveland.

Ryan Shazier ....................... (Shay-zier)


104
Stephon Tuitt ........................ (Steff-on Too-it) WR Antonio Brown set an NFL record for the fewest games
to reach 650 career receptions in his 104th in Week Three at
Chicago.

125
QB Ben Roethlisberger became the seventh player in NFL
history to record 125 regular-season wins as a starter with a
26-9 win in Week Two vs. Minnesota.

258.7
The Steelers defense ranks second in the NFL in total defense
- holding opponents to an average of 258.7 yards per game.

1998
The last time the Steelers recovered a punt blocked for a
touchdown - LB Anthony Chickillo recovered a punt blocked
by LB Tyler Matakevich in the end zone in Week One at
Cleveland.
FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME VS. CINCINNATI FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME VS. CINCINNATI
THE STEELERS QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER
• Pittsburgh is 5-2 (2-1 at home), 4-1 against AFC teams • Completed 14-of-24 passes for 224 yards with two
and 3-0 vs. AFC North opponents in 2017. touchdowns for a 117.4 passer rating.
• The Steelers are 59-35 in regular-season history against • Improved to 128-62 as a starter during the regular season
the Bengals (32-16 at home). (71-23 at home).
• Pittsburgh improved to 21-9 in regular-season games • Increased his Steelers franchise record for the most wins
against Cincinnati in the month of October (13-3 at home as a starting quarterback to 128 (Terry Bradshaw, 107).
in the month). • His 128 wins as a starting quarterback in regular-season
• Pittsburgh has won each of its previous 10 regular- games are the seventh-most in NFL history.
season games against Cincinnati in the month of October. • Is now 20-7 against Cincinnati in the regular season as
• The Steelers earned their 95th regular-season victory at a starter (9-5 at home).
Heinz Field since the stadium opened in 2001. • Increased his NFL records for completions (539) and
• Pittsburgh reached 95 regular-season wins at Heinz Field passing yards (6,364) in games against Cincinnati. His 36
in 131 games to tie as the fifth-fewest games to reach 95 touchdown passes are second-most (Warren Moon: 37).
wins in a stadium in NFL history. • Improved to 52-17 as a starter in the regular-season vs.
• The Steelers are 449-284-2 during the regular season AFC North opponents (27-7 at home).
since 1970. • Increased his Steelers record for passing yards to 48,559
• Held Cincinnati to 179 yards of offense – tied as the – the ninth-most in NFL history.
fourth-fewest allowed in the regular-season series. • Tied Aaron Rodgers (310) for the ninth-most touchdown
• The Steelers’ 24.0 sacks in 2017 tie as the fifth-most by passes in NFL history.
the Steelers in the first seven games of a season since • For the 77th time in his career during the regular season,
sacks became an official statistic in 1982. he registered a passer rating over 100.0 as a starter. The
• The defense posted two interceptions in a game in 2017 Steelers are 69-8 in those games.
for the second time (Oct. 1 at Baltimore).
• The Steelers are now 33-0 when scoring at least 20 RB Le’VEON BELL
points in the first half in regular-season games at Heinz • Led all players in rushing yards (134 on 35 carries) and
Field since the stadium opened in 2001. yards from scrimmage (192: 134 rushing / 58 receiving).
• Increased his career rushing yards total to 4,729 – the
HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN fourth-most rushing yards by a Steeler in team history.
• Improved his regular-season record to 108-59 since • Increased his career rushing yards total to 4,729 – the
becoming the Steelers’ head coach in 2007 (61-22 at fourth-most rushing yards by a Steeler in their first five
home). years with the team.
• Is now 44-19 in regular-season games vs. AFC North • Posted the 17th 100-yard rushing game of his NFL
foes (24-7 at home). career – the fifth-most 100-yard games in Steelers history.
• Has led the Steelers to a 3-0 record in games vs. AFC • Eclipsed 100 rushing yards for the second time in his
North opponents for the third time (2007, 2008 and 2017). regular-season career against Cincinnati (185: Dec. 7,
• Improved to 16-5 as the Steelers’ head coach in regular- 2014).
season games vs. Cincinnati (8-3 at home). • Rushed for at least 100 yards in back-to-back games
• Improved to 29-13 in regular-season games during the for the third time in his NFL career (179: Oct. 15, 2017
month of October (17-5 at home). at Kansas City).
• Is now 83-14 when the Steelers hold a lead at halftime. • Rushed for at least 125 yards in consecutive games
for the first time in his NFL career (179: Oct. 15, 2017 at
WR ANTONIO BROWN Kansas City).
• Led all receivers with a game-high 65 receiving yards • Is the first Steeler since 2007 (Willie Parker: Sept. 16-
on a team-best four receptions, including a seven-yard 23) to rush for at least 125 yards in back-to-back games.
touchdown from QB Ben Roethlisberger in the first quarter. • Increased his scrimmage yards total to 6,948 – the
• Has registered at least one reception in 115 consecutive fourth-most in team history.
games in which he has played, including the postseason • Increased his career scrimmage yards total to 6,948 –
– dating back to October 3, 2010. the second-most by a Steeler in their first five years with
• Has registered at least one reception in 106 consecutive the team.
regular-season games – dating back to October 3, 2010. • Has posted at least 100 yards from scrimmage in 35
• Is the eighth player in NFL history to tally at least 1,000 career regular-season games, tying WR Antonio Brown
receiving yards in career games vs. Cincinnati, with 1,037. for the third-most 100-scrimmage yards games in Steelers
• Increased his reception total to 684 – the second-most history.
in team history. • Has reached 35 regular-season games with 100
• Increased his receiving yards total 9,142 – the second- scrimmage yards or more in his 54th game – tying Adrian
most in team history. Peterson for the fifth-fewest games to record 35 games
• Increased his scrimmage yards total to 9,268 – the with at least 100 scrimmage yards in NFL history.
fourth-most in team history. • Registered at least 150 yards from scrimmage for the
• Caught a seven-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter, 14th time in his NFL career during the regular-season –
increasing his career touchdown reception total to 53 - the the most such games in Steelers history.
third-most touchdown receptions in Steelers history. • Increased his reception total to 260 – the second-most
by a running back in Steelers history.
G DAVID DeCASTRO • Increased his receiving yards total to 2,219 – the third-
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games started most by a running back in Steelers history.
streak to 63 – the second-longest active consecutive • Eclipsed 100 yards from scrimmage (51 rushing / 58
games started streak among NFL guards. receiving) in the first half for the seventh time in the regular
season of his NFL career and in back-to-back weeks.
• Totaled 55 scrimmage yards (32 rushing / 23 receiving)
in the first quarter to mark the 16th time in his NFL career
eclipsing 50 total yards in the opening quarter of a game
and for the fourth time in 2017.
FROM LAST WEEK’S GAME VS. CINCINNATI THE STEELERS IN 2017
RB Le’VEON BELL (Cont’d)
• Gained 42 yards on a reception in the second quarter – Regular Post
the fifth 40-yard reception of his NFL career. Season Season
Overall: 5-2 0-0
WR JUJU SMITH-SCHUSTER At Home: 2-1 0-0
• Finished with two catches for 39 yards including a 31- On the Road: 3-1 0-0
yard touchdown pass from QB Ben Roethlisberger in the Neutral: 0-0 0-0
second quarter, his third scoring grab of 2017.
• His three touchdown catches are the most in NFL By Month:
history by a player before his 21st birthday (Will turn 21 September 2-1 0-0
on Nov. 22). October 3-1 0-0
November 0-0 0-0
TE VANCE McDONALD December 0-0 0-0
• Caught two passes for 37 yards, including a 28-yard January 0-0 0-0
reception.
vs. AFC: 4-1 0-0
CB WILLIAM GAY vs. AFC North 3-0 0-0
• Extended his consecutive regular season games played vs. AFC East 0-0 0-0
streak to 167 – the longest active consecutive games vs. AFC South 0-1 0-0
played streak among NFL defensive players. vs. AFC West 1-0 0-0
• Hauled in an interception, marking the 13th of his NFL
career and 11th as a Steeler, picking off Cincinnati QB vs. NFC: 1-1 0-0
Andy Dalton in the third quarter. vs. NFC East 0-0 0-0
vs. NFC North 1-1 0-0
CB JOE HADEN vs. NFC South 0-0 0-0
• Hauled in the 20th interception of his NFL career and vs. NFC West 0-0 0-0
first as a Steeler, picking off Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton
in the third quarter. When:
When Scoring First: 4-1 0-0
LB RYAN SHAZIER When Opponent Scored First: 0-1 0-0
• Led the Steelers and tied for the game high with 8 tackles When Scoring 20 or More Points: 4-0 0-0
(5 solo), including one tackle for loss. When Scoring Less Than 20 Points: 1-2 0-0
• Has led or tied for the team lead in tackles in five of the When Leading after the first quarter: 2-1 0-0
Steelers’ first seven games of the 2017 season. When Trailing after the first quarter: 1-1 0-0
When Tied after the first quarter: 2-0 0-0
LB BUD DUPREE When Leading at the Half: 5-0 0-0
• Posted his third sack of the season (11.5 in his NFL When Trailing at the Half: 0-2 0-0
career), bringing down Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton in the When Tied at the Half: 0-0 0-0
fourth quarter for a loss of 13 yards. When Leading after three quarters: 5-0 0-0
When Trailing after three quarters: 0-2 0-0
LB T.J. WATT When Tied after three quarters: 0-0 0-0
• Totaled 6 tackles (5 solo), three quarterback hits, one When Outrushing the Opponent: 4-0 0-0
tackle for a loss and a sack of Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton With 35 or More Rushing Attempts: 3-0 0-0
(seven-yard loss) in the fourth quarter, increasing his 2017 With Less Than 25 Passing Attempts: 0-0 0-0
rookie sack total to 4.0. When Led in Time of Possession: 4-1 0-0
When Trailed in Time of Possession: 1-1 0-0
DE CAMERON HEYWARD
• Posted a sack, his fourth of the season, increasing his On Turf: 0-0 0-0
career total to 29.0. His 29.0 sacks are the fourth-most On Grass: 5-2 0-0
by a Steelers defensive lineman since sacks became an
official statistic in 1982. When led in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 3-0 0-0
When even in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 1-1 0-0
DE TYSON ALUALU When trailed in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio: 1-1 0-0
• Recorded his first sack a Steeler, bringing down With an Individual 100-Yard Rusher: 3-0 0-0
Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton for an 11-yard loss in the fourth With an Individual 300-Yard Passer: 0-1 0-0
quarter, increasing his career total to 18.5. With an Individual 100-Yard Receiver: 2-2 0-0
With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Rusher: 0-2 0-0
S SEAN DAVIS With an Ind. Opponent 300-Yard Passer: 0-0 0-0
• Credited with a forced fumble in the third quarter – the With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Receiver: 0-0 0-0
first forced fumble of his NFL career.
When winning the coin toss: 4-1 0-0
S ROBERT GOLDEN When losing the coin toss: 1-1 0-0
• Completed a pass to WR Darrius Heyward-Bey for a 44- When playing outdoors: 5-2 0-0
yard gain on a fake punt conversion in the fourth quarter. When playing indoors: 0-0 0-0
In overtime games: 0-1 0-0
K CHRIS BOSWELL
• Converted five field goal attempts, (22-, 24- and 41-,
49-, 25-yards), tying as the fourth-most in a single-game
in franchise history and the second-most in his NFL career
(six, Dec. 18, 2016 at Cincinnati).
• Surpassed Lou Michaels (62) for the seventh-most field
goals made in Steelers history.
STEELERS-LIONS HISTORY THE LAST TIME VS. DETROIT
Series History: Series began in 1934
Overall Regular Season: Steelers lead, 16-14-1 Pittsburgh 37, Detroit 27
At Pittsburgh: Steelers lead, 11-2-1 November 17, 2013
At Detroit: Lions lead, 12-5 Heinz Field (57,905)
Neutral Sites: n/a
PITTSBURGH - Trailing 27-20 at halftime, the Steelers defense
Streak: Steelers won previous four meetings
clamped down and shut out the Detroit offense in the second half,
Last Regular-Season Meeting: Nov. 17, 2013, in Pittsburgh and QB Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdowns in the fourth
Pittsburgh 37, Detroit 27 quarter to help lead Pittsburgh to a 37-27 victory.
Postseason Series: n/a Roethlisberger and WR Antonio Brown connected on touchdown
(preseason and postseason record not included in overall series record) passes of 34 and 47 yards in the first quarter to give the Steelers an
early 14-0 lead. K David Akers made a 35-yard field goal early in the
This week’s game will mark the 32nd regular-season meeting second quarter to cut the lead, 14-3. On the Lions next possession,
S Will Allen forced a fumble on RB Reggie Bush that was recovered
between Pittsburgh and Detroit...the Steelers own a two-game
by LB Lawrence Timmons. On the ensuing drive, K Shaun Suisham
advantage in the regular-season series against the Lions (16-14-1)... made a 25-yard field goal to give the Steelers a 17-3 lead.
Sunday’s game will be 18th time the two teams will meet in Detroit, where Detroit responded as QB Matthew Stafford and WR Calvin
the Steelers won the previous road game, 28-20 (Oct. 11, 2009)... Johnson connected on a 79-yard touchdown to cut the lead 17-10.
the two teams have met four times in the month of October Suisham made a 34-yard field goal to extend the lead, 20-10.
during the regular season, with the Steelers holding a 3-1 The Lions scored 17 unanswered points as Stafford and Johnson
connected on a 19-yard touchdown, RB Joique Bell scored on a
advantage in the month of October vs. the Lions, including a 2-1 mark
two-yard run and K David Akers made a 19-yard field goal to give
on the road in October...Pittsburgh has won each of the previous Detroit a 27-20 lead at halftime.
four in the regular-season series between the two teams. The second half belonged to the Steelers. Suisham made a
21-yard field goal midway through the third quarter to cut the lead,
27-23. Early in the fourth quarter, the Lions faced a fourth-and-five
on the Steelers’ 10-yard line. But they faked the field goal attempt
2017 TEAM STATS and fumbled the football that was recovered by S Ryan Clark.
Roethlisberger then led Pittsburgh on a 16-play, 97-yard drive that
Steelers Category Lions
21.0..................................... Points Scored Per Game ...............................26.8
was capped off by his touchdown pass to FB Will Johnson. Clinging
16.6..................................... Points Allowed Per Game ..............................24.8 to a 30-27 lead, the Steelers defense stepped up once again, as
20.6....................................... First Downs Per Game.................................18.0 Allen recorded an interception and returned it to the Detroit 34-yard
359.7......................................Total Yards Per Game ...............................298.0
113.7 ................................... Rushing Yards Per Game ..............................84.0
line.
246.0................................... Passing Yards Per Game.............................214.0 Roethlisberger hit WR Jerricho Cotchery running down the sideline
24.....................................................Sacks By ..............................................13 for a 20-yard touchdown pass, his fourth of the afternoon, to give
7................................................. Interceptions By ...........................................9
32:38....................................Avg. Time of Possession .............................30:24
Pittsburgh the decisive 37-27 victory.
14.................................................. Touchdowns ............................................19
4............................................. Rushing Touchdowns .......................................2 GAME SUMMARY
9............................................. Passing Touchdowns .....................................12
1........................................... Touchdowns on Returns ....................................5
16-18 ............................................. Field Goals........................................10-12 Lions (6-4) 0 27 0 0 27
41.7............................................... Punting Avg. .........................................44.1 STEELERS (4-6) 14 6 3 14 37
5.2..............................................Punt Return Avg. .....................................22.6
15.0.......................................... Kickoff Return Avg.....................................17.6 TEAM Q TIME PLAY DRIVE SCORE
PIT 1 6:20 Brown 34-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 8-68; 3:58 7-0

2017 AFC NOTH STANDINGS PIT


DET
1
2
3:58
14:05
Brown 47-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)
Akers 35-yd. FG
4-63; 1:19
10-50; 4:53
14-0
14-3
PIT 2 10:31 Suisham 25-yd. FG 7-25; 2:00 17-3
DET 2 10:13 Johnson 79-yd. pass from Stafford (Akers kick) 1-79; 0:18 17-10
PIT 2 7:19 Suisham 34-yd. FG 7-64; 2:54 20-10
2017 AFC North Standings DET 2 3:52 Johnson 19-yd. pass from Stafford (Akers kick) 5-74; 3:27 20-17
DET 2 1:42 Bell 2-yd. run (Akers kick) 5-62; 0:49 20-24
W L T Pct. Pts. Opp. DET 2 0:04 Akers 19-yd. FG 10-50; 0:58 20-27
Pittsburgh 5 2 0 .714 147 116 PIT 3 5:14 Suisham 21-yd. FG 10-42; 5:11 23-27
PIT 4 4:46 W. Johnson 1-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 16-97; 8:03 30-27
Baltimore 3 4 0 .429 130 148 PIT 4 2:29 Cotchery 20-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 5-34; 1:42 37-27
Cincinnati 2 4 0 .333 98 112
Cleveland 0 7 0 .000 103 169 TEAM STATISTICS INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
This Week in the AFC North:
Thursday, Oct. 26: Lions Steelers
Baltimore (3-4) vs. Miami (4-2), 8:25 p.m. RUSHING: Det. – Bell 9-49, 1 TD;
1st Downs 21 (6-14-1) 24 (4-18-2)
Bush 12-31; Stafford 3-24; Martin 1-3.
Sunday, Oct. 29: 3rd Downs 6-16 (38%) 6-16 (38%)
Pit. – Bell 18-36; Roethlisberger 6-12;
Cleveland (0-7) vs. Minnesota (5-2), 9:30 a.m. (London) 4th Downs 1-4 (25%) 1-1 (100%)
Total Net Yards 451 398 F. Jones 1-0; Dwyer 1-0; A. Brown
Cincinnati (2-4) vs. Indianapolis (2-5), 1 p.m.
Pittsburgh (5-2) at Detroit (3-3), 8:30 p.m. (NBC, locally WPXI-TV) Plays-Avg. 73-6.2 73-5.5 1-(-8).
Rushing Yards 107 40 PASSING: Det. – Stafford 46-19-1,
Rush Att.-Avg. 25-4.3 27-1.5 362, 2 TD. Pit. – Roethlisberger 45-
Passing Yards 344 358 29-0, 367, 4 TD.
Att.-Comp.-Int. 46-19-1 45-29-0
RECEIVING: Det. – Johnson
Sacks By 1-9 2-18
6-179, 2 TD; Bell 3-48; Durham
Punts-Avg. 3-50.7 5-43.8
Penalties 8-45 4-23 3-42; Pettigrew 3-37; Bush 2-23;
Fumbles-Lost 2-2 0-0 Ross 1-19; Fauria 1-14. Pit. – AMiller
Time of Poss. 27:44 32:16 8-67; A. Brown 7-147, 2 TD; Bell
4-52; Cotchery 3-48, 1 TD; Wheaton
3-38; Dwyer 2-12; Sanders 1-2; W.
Johnson 1-1, 1 TD.
STEELERS-LIONS CONNECTIONS STEELERS-LIONS CONNECTIONS

Steelers in Bold; Lions in Bold Italic Steelers in Bold; Lions in Bold Italic
Former Steelers/Lions College Connections
 Former Steelers player, and current Pittsburgh BLESTO  Lions TE coach Al Golden was the head coach at Miami
scout, Chidi Iwuoma originally signed with Detroit as an (Fla.) from 2011-15, coaching Steelers CB Artie Burns
undrafted free agent following the 2001 NFL Draft. (2013-15) and LB Anthony Chickillo (2011-14).
 Steelers college scout Bruce McNorton played for the  Steelers DE Tyson Alualu was teammates with Lions WR
Lions from 1982-1990. He went on to work as a part-time Marvin Jones Jr. at Cal for two seasons (2008-09).
scout with the Lions before coming to Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh WR Antonio Brown played alongside Detroit
LB Nick Bellore at Central Michigan from 2007-2009.
Area Connections  At Miami (FLa.), Steelers LB Anthony Chickillo and Lions
 Pittsburgh RB Le’Veon Bell appeared in 40 games (2010- LB Thurston Armbrister and RB Mike James were all
12), starting his final 19 contests during his collegiate career on roster in 2012.
at Michigan State. He carried the ball 671 times for 3,346  Pittsburgh DE Stephon Tuitt played with Detroit WR TJ
yards with 33 touchdowns and added 78 receptions for 531 Jones for three seasons (2011-13) and RB Theo Riddick
yards with one touchdown. for two seasons (2011-12) at Notre Dame.
 Steelers DE L.T. Walton is a native of Clinton Township,  Steelers TE Jesse James also played with Anthony
Michigan. Zettel at Penn State from 2012-14.
 Pittsburgh QB Joshua Dobbs spent his college career
NFL Connections
with Detroit LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin at Tennessee
 Pittsburgh VP and General Manager Kevin Colbert was
(2013-16).
the Pro Scouting Director at Detroit from 1990-1999.
 Steelers STC Danny Smith spent the 1999-2000 seasons
as a tight ends coach for the Lions.
 Steelers college scout Mike Butler spent two seasons PIT-DET SERIES HIGHS
(2007-08) as a regional scout for the Lions.
 Lions Asst. DL coach Matt Raich worked for the Steelers Passing Yards
as a Player Personnel Intern (2002-03) and an Offensive Steelers Ben Roethlisberger 367 11/17/2013
Assistant (2004-06). Lions Matthew Stafford 362 11/17/2013
 Steelers OC Todd Haley spent two seasons (2007-08)
at the Arizona Cardinals with Lions DC Teryl Austin and Rushing Yards
Asst. DL coach Matt Raich. Steelers Earnest Jackson 147 12/7/1986
 Raich coached Steelers OLB coach Joey Porter at the Lions Barry Sanders 108 9/3/1995
Arizona Cardinals from 2010-11.
 Lions DQC coach Steven Williams worked at Penn State Receiving Yards
when Steelers TE Jesse James played there (2012-14). Steelers Louis Lipps 150 12/7/1986
 Steelers RB coach James Saxon coached alongside Lions Calvin Johnson 179 11/17/2013
Lions LB coach Bill Sheridan for one season for the
Miami Dolphins in 2010.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHAT TO LOOK FOR
FROM THE STEELERS FROM THE STEELERS OFFENSE (CONT’D)
• With a win, the Steelers will improve to 6-2 in 2017 and
to 4-1 on the road. WR ANTONIO BROWN
• With a win over Detroit, the Steelers would improve to • Will increase his Steelers record for the most 100-yard
450-284-2 during the regular season since 1970. receiving games in team history to 34 with his next 100-
• The Steelers look to improve to 17-14-1 all-time against yard game.
the Lions in regular-season history and to 6-12 on the • Will surpass Marvin Harrison (563) for the most
road at Detroit. receptions in any five-year span in NFL history with 83
• The Steelers aim for their fifth straight win against the in 2017.
Lions in the regular-season series. • With 100 catches in 2017, will become the first player
• The Steelers look to extend its current Sunday Night in NFL history to record 100 or more receptions in five
Football game winning streak to seven games. consecutive years.
• With 1,000 receiving yards in 2017, would become the
FROM HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN first player in Steelers history to eclipse 1,000 receiving
• A win would improve Tomlin to 109-59 during the regular yards in five consecutive seasons.
season (48-37 on the road).
• Looks to improve to 3-0 in his regular-season Steelers FROM THE STEELERS DEFENSE
tenure against Detroit and to 2-0 on the road.
LB JAMES HARRISON
FROM THE STEELERS OFFENSE • Is 2.5 sacks from 85.0 in his NFL career.

QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER LB RYAN SHAZIER


• With a win, would improve to 129-62 as a starter during • His next interception will match his single-season best
the regular season and to 58-39 on the road. of three (2016).
• With a win, would improve to 4-0 vs. Detroit in the regular
season as a starter and to 2-0 on the road at the Lions. CB WILLIAM GAY
• Will break a tie with Rod Woodson to set the record for
RB Le’VEON BELL the most interceptions returned for touchdowns in team
• His next 100-yard rushing game will mark the 18th of history with his next pick six of six.
his NFL career.
• Needs two rushing scores to tie Terry Bradshaw (32) for FROM THE STEELERS SPECIAL TEAMS
the fourth-most in franchise history.
• Will surpass Plaxico Burress (264) for the ninth-most WR/PR ANTONIO BROWN
receptions in Steelers history with five. • One punt return for a touchdown to break a tie with
• Is 650 rushing yards from surpassing Willie Parker Antwaan Randle El for the most in Steelers history with
(5,378) for the third most in Steelers history.
five.
TOMLIN AMONG THE BEST TOMLIN AT HOME
Since being named named head coach of the Steelers Mike Tomlin has guided the Steelers to a 61-22 career regular-
in 2007, Mike Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to 108 victories in season record at Heinz Field.
the regular season - the third-most wins in the NFL during that Tomlin earned his 50th regular season home win in Week Nine
time span: in 2015 vs. Oakland and joined Chuck Noll (119) and Bill Cowher
(85) as the third head coach in Steelers history with 50 regular
NFL TEAM RECORDS: 2007-CURRENT season home victories.
TEAM RECORD PLAYOFF APP. SUPER BOWL APP. Tomlin has led Pittsburgh to at least five home wins in each of
New England 131-36 9* 4
his first 10 seasons as the team’s head coach and six home wins
Green Bay 110-56-1 9* 1
Pittsburgh 108-59 7* 2 in seven of his 10 at the helm.
Indianapolis 102-65 7 1 His 61-22 (.735) mark at home and his 61 home wins are the
Denver 97-69 5 1 third best in the NFL since 2007:
*Includes 2016 postseason
HOME GAME RECORDS: 2007-CURRENT
Tomlin’s .647 winning percentage is the third-best regular Team W L T Pct.
season winning mark among active NFL head coaches (min. 50 New England 72 12 0 .857
games): Green Bay 65 18 1 .780
Pittsburgh 61 22 0 .735
Baltimore 59 24 0 .711
ACTIVE HEAD COACH WINNING PCT (MIN. 50 GAMES) Seattle 58 24 0 .707
COACH W L T Win Pct.
Bill Belichick (Cle 1991-95, NE 2000-pres.) 242 117 0 .674
Mike McCarthy (GB 2006-pres.) 118 64 1 .648
Mike Tomlin (Pit 2007-pres.) 108 59 0 .647 TOMLIN IN THE DIVISION
Bruce Arians (Ari 2013-pres.) 44 26 1 .627
Andy Reid (Phi 1999-2012, KC 2013-pres.) 178 116 1 .605
Mike Tomlin owns a 44-19 all-time record against teams in the
Pete Carroll (NYJ 1994, NE 1997-99, SEA 2010-pres.) 107 74 1 .591
Chuck Pagano (Ind 2012-pres.) 51 36 0 .586
AFC North since becoming the Steelers’ head coach in 2007.
John Harbaugh (Bal 2008-pres.) 88 63 0 .583 His 44 regular-season wins against division opponents are the
most of any AFC North team since 2007:

TOMLIN VS. NFC AFC NORTH INTER-DIVISION GAME RECORDS


SINCE 2007
During his career, Mike Tomlin’s regular-season record against TEAM W L T Win Pct.
the NFC is 27-15, including 16-5 at home. Pittsburgh Steelers 44 19 0 .698
The Steelers’ .643 regular-season winning percentage against Baltimore Ravens 37 26 0 .587
the NFC since 2007 under Tomlin is second-best among AFC Cincinnati Bengals 32 30 0 .516
teams: Cleveland Browns 13 49 0 .210

AFC RECORDS VS. NFC: 2007-CURRENT He owns an impressive 24-7 record against divisional foes at
Team W L T Pct. Heinz Field during the regular season:
New England 34 10 0 .773
Pittsburgh 27 15 0 .643 AFC NORTH INTER-DIVISION HOME GAME RECORDS
Denver 26 16 0 .619 SINCE 2007
Tennessee 24 17 0 .585 TEAM W L T Win Pct.
Cincinnati 22 16 3 .573 Pittsburgh Steelers 24 7 0 .774
Baltimore Ravens 22 10 0 .688
Including the postseason Tomlin has a .636 winning percentage Cincinnati Bengals 17 14 0 .548
(28-16) against the NFC during his first 11 years, which ranks first Cleveland Browns 9 23 0 .281
among Steelers’ head coaches.
Tomlin has won at least four games against division opponents
in six of his 10 seasons as the team’s head coach.

PRIMETIME SPECIALIST
Since the 2011 season, the Steelers have played in 28 primetime
games, including a Week One Monday Night Football game
at the Washington Redskins to kickoff the 2016 season
(W, 38-16), a Week Four Sunday Night Football tilt at Heinz Field
vs. Kansas City (W, 43-14) and a Week 12 Thursday Night game
on Thanksgiving Day at the Indianapolis Colts (W, 28-7).
Mike Tomlin, the 10th-year head coach, has guided Pittsburgh to a
30-16 overall record in regular-season primetime games.
He is 10-2 on Monday Night Football, 14-8 on Sunday Night Football
and 6-6 on Thursday Night Football.
TOMLIN IN 10 TOMLIN’S 100TH IN 10
In his first 10 seasons as the head coach of the Steelers, Mike Tomlin became the third head coach in Steelers history
Mike Tomlin has an extensive list of accomplishments. to record 100 regular season wins in Week 14 of 2016, with the
Tomlin earned his 100th regular-season victrory in Week 14 of team’s 27-20 victory at Buffalo.
2016 at Buffalo in his 157th career regular-season games to mark He joined Chuck Noll (1969-91: 193) and Bill Cowher (1992-2006:
the fewest games by a Steelers head coach to reach the century 149) in the team’s 100-win club to make the Steelers the
mark in the win column (Chuck Noll: 158 and Bill Cowher: 163). first NFL franchise with three 100-win head coaches.
His 103 wins in his first 10 seasons are the most wins in team Tomlin’s 100th win occurred in his 10th season with the Steelers,
history for any coach in his first 10 campaigns and his two Super becoming the first Pittsburgh head coach to reach 100 wins in his first
Bowl appearances are second-most for the franchise for a coach 10 years (Bill Cowher: 1992-2001: 99 and Chuck Noll: 1976-78: 88).
in his first 10 seasons. Tomlin also joined an elite head coach fraternity in NFL
Tomlin’s seven postseason berths are tied as the most in a history by reaching 100 wins in his 10th season:
coach’s first 10 seasons with the Steelers and his five division
titles are third-most. • He is the ninth head coach in NFL history to win 100 games
Below is a look at where Tomlin ranks among Steelers coaches in his first 10 seasons with one franchise, joining Bill Belichick
in their first 10 seasons: (New England), Mike Ditka (Chicago), Joe Gibbs (Wash-
ington), John Madden (Oakland), Mike McCarthy (Green
Bay), Marty Schottenheimer (Kansas City), Mike Shanahan
STEELERS HEAD COACHES IN THEIR 10th YEAR
HEAD COACH RECORD (Denver) and Don Shula (Miami).
Mike Tomlin (2007-current) 103-57 (.644) (2007-current)
Chuck Noll (1969-1991) 88-53-1 (.623) (1969-1978) FEWEST TO 100
Bill Cowher (1992-2006) 99-61 (.619) (1992-2001)
Mike Tomlin reached 100 regular-season wins in 157 games,
HEAD COACH SUPER BOWL APP. SUPER BOWL WINS the sixth-fewest games to reach 100 career victories among
Chuck Noll 3 (1974, ‘75, ‘78) 3 (1974, ‘75, ‘78) coaches who began their career since 1970:
Mike Tomlin 2 (2008, ’10) 1 (2008)
Bill Cowher 1 (1995)
FEWEST GAMES COACHED TO 60 WINS
HEAD COACH PLAYOFF APPEARENCES COACH TEAM(S) NO. OF GAMES
Bill Cowher 7 (1992-97, 2001) George Seifert San Francisco-Carolina 133
Chuck Noll 7 (1972-78) Mike Ditka Chicago 150
Mike Tomlin 7 (2007, ’08, ’10, ’11, ‘14, ‘15, ‘16) Joe Gibbs Washington 150
Mike McCarthy Green Bay 150
HEAD COACH DIVISION TITLES Tony Dungy Tampa Bay-Indianapolis 156
Bill Cowher 6 (1992, ’94-’97, 2001) (AFC Central) Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh 157
Chuck Noll 6 (1972, ’74, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78) (AFC Central)
Mike Tomlin 5 (2007, ’08, ’10, ‘14, ‘16) (AFC North) TOMLIN GOING FOR TWO
AMONG COACHES IN FIRST 10 Pittsburgh converted three of their nine two-point attempts in
2016, their first two conversions both coming in the first quarter
Mike Tomlin earned his 100th regular-season victory in Week of games (Oct. 2 vs. Kansas City and Oct. 16 at Miami).
14 at Buffalo in 2016, and has accumulated a 103-57 regular- The Steelers converted 8-of-11 two-point attempts in 2015.
season record in his first 10 seasons as a head coach in NFL Their eight succesful two-point conversions set a new NFL record
(2007-16). in a single-season.
Tomlin is one of eight head coaches in NFL history with 100 Below is a look at the number of two-point conversions and
or more regular-season wins in their first 10 seasons as a head attempts since Mike Tomlin became the team’s head coach in
2007:
coach:
STEELERS TWO-POINT CONVERSION PCT.
MOST WINS AMONG NFL HEAD COACHES
UNDER MIKE TOMLIN: 2007-CURRENT
IN THEIR FIRST 10 SEASONS AS A HEAD COACH
YEAR CONV-ATT PCT.
HEAD COACH YEARS WINS
2007 2-of-2 100%
George Seifert 1989-96, 1999-2000 113
2008 0-of-1 0%
Don Shula 1963-72 105
2009 0-of-0 0%
Mike McCarthy 2006-15 104
2010 2-of-2 100%
Mike Tomlin 2007-16 103
2011 0-of-0 0%
John Madden 1969-78 103
2012 1-of-2 50%
Tony Dungy 1996-2005 102
2013 1-of-2 50%
Mike Ditka 1982-91 101
2014 4-of-4 100%
Joe Gibbs 1981-90 101
2015 8-of-11 72.7%
2016 3-of-9 33%
2017 0-of-1 0%
TOTALS 21-of-34 61.8%
HEINZ FIELD ADVANTAGE HEINZ FIELD UNDER THE LIGHTS
The Steelers have won five of their previous six regular- The Steelers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 43-14 on Sunday
season home games at Heinz Field, including Week Two’s Night Football at Heinz Field in Week Four in 2016 - the team’s
home opener against Minnesota (26-9) and Week Seven against 29th primetime game at Heinz Field since the stadium opened
Cincinnati (29-14). in 2001.
Pittsburgh has won at least six home games in nine seasons Pittsburgh has won 22 of its 29 home games under the lights
at Heinz Field since the stadium opened in 2001. since 2001.
The Steelers are 95-35-1 (.727) at Heinz Field since the stadium The team’s .759 winning percentage at Heinz Field in primetime
opened in 2001, which is the second-best home game winning games is the second-best and its 22 wins are the fourth most
percentage in the NFL during that time span: since 2001:

BEST HOME RECORD IN THE NFL: BEST REGULAR-SEASON HOME PRIMETIME GAME RECORDS
2001-CURRENT 2001-CURRENT
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
New England Patriots 109-23 .826 Seattle Seahawks 20-5 .800
Pittsburgh Steelers 22-7 .759
Pittsburgh Steelers 95-35-1 .729
Green Bay Packers 24-8 .750
Baltimore Ravens 95-36 .725 Baltimore Ravens 16-6 .727
Green Bay Packers 95-36-1 .723 New England Patriots 24-9 .727
Seattle Seahawks 93-37 .715
WINNING ERA OF FREE AGENCY
The Steelers are tied with the second best record among AFC
teams in home games since the 2001 season in interconference Pittsburgh owns the third-best regular-season record in the NFL
games: since the free-agency era (since 1993) with a 246-144-1 (.630)
record.
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE AFC vs. AFC: The Steelers are one of three teams (New England: 265 and
2001-CURRENT Green Bay: 249) to record at least 245 regular season wins since
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT. 1993.
New England Patriots 83-15 .847 The following is a look at the best regular-season records in
Pittsburgh Steelers 69-29 .704 the free agency era (since 1993):
Baltimore Ravens 69-29 .704
Indianapolis Colts 69-29 .704 BEST REGULAR-SEASON RECORDS IN THE FREE AGENCY ERA
1993-CURRENT
Denver Broncos 66-32 .673
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
New England Patriots 265-126 .678
Pittsburgh’s 26-6-1 record at home against NFC opponents Green Bay Packers 249-141-1 .638
since opening Heinz Field in 2001 is the best in the AFC: Pittsburgh Steelers 246-144-1 .630
Denver Broncos 236-154 .605
BEST HOME RECORD IN THE AFC vs. NFC: Indianapolis Colts 227-164 .581

ACTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS


2001-CURRENT
TEAM RECORD WIN PCT.
Pittsburgh Steelers 26-6-1 .803
Baltimore Ravens 26-7 .788 The Steelers have finished with an 8-8 (.500) mark or better in
New England Patriots 26-8 .765 each of the previous 13 seasons, dating back to 2004.
Denver Broncos 24-10 .706 Pittsburgh’s 13-season streak of a .500 winning mark or better
Cincinnati Bengals 20-9-3 .672 is the second-longest active in the NFL, and is tied as the team’s
record for most consecutive non-losing seasons (1972-1984):
WINNING AT LEAST 4 AT HOME MOST CONSECUTIVE NON-LOSING SEASONS:
The Steelers have won at least four home games in each of ACTIVE STREAKS
the previous 17 seasons (since 2000), marking the longest active TEAM STREAK YEARS
streak in the NFL: New England Patriots 16 2001-16
Pittsburgh Steelers 13 2004-16
MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH AT LEAST Green Bay Packers 8 2009-16
FOUR HOME WINS - ACTIVE STREAK Denver Broncos 6 2011-16
TEAM CONSECUTIVE SEASONS
Pittsburgh Steelers 17 (2000-16)
New England Patriots 16 (2001-16)
Arizona Cardinals 10 (2007-16)
Green Bay Packers 10 (2007-16)

HOME NUMBER TO NOTE


264-102-1
The Steelers own the best home record in the NFL with a
264-102-1 record (.721) since 1970.
BEN IN 2017 FACING THE NFC
QB Ben Roethlisberger has quarterbacked the Steelers to In 49 career regular-season games against NFC opponents, QB
a 5-2 start, including a 3-0 mark vs. AFC North foes, to open Ben Roethlisberger has posted a 33-16 record, including winning
the 2017 season. each of his first seven starts against conference members.
In Week One, Roethlisberger completed 24-of-36 passes for Roethlisberger completed 23-of-35 passing for 243 yards with
263 yards with two touchdowns and an interception. The win two touchdowns for a passer rating of 104.8 in Week Two’s 26-9
marked his 50th as a starter in his regular-season career against win at Heinz Field against the Minnesota Vikings.
AFC North Opponents. Below is a look at the quarterback’s numbers in regular-season
Roethlisberger earned his 125th regular-season victory as games against NFC opponents:
a starter in the 26-9 win against Minnesota in Week Two. He
completed 23-of-35 passing for 243 yards with two touchdowns ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS VS. THE NFC
for a passer rating of 104.8 in the win. CATEGORY STATISTIC
In Week Five, Roethlisberger’s 312 passing yards marked the Record ..............................................................33-16
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ................ 64.3 (999-of-1,554)
50th 300-yard game of his regular-season career to become the Passing Yards ................................................. 12,604
11th quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 300 yards in Passing Touchdowns.......................................... 76
50 regular-season games and the ninth to do so with one team. Interceptions ....................................................... 34
Passer Rating .................................................... 96.6
Roethlisberger completed 17-of-25 passes for game-high 252 300-plus Yard Games......................................... 16
yards, including a 51-yard touchdown throw to WR Antonio Brown Multi-Touchdown Performances ...............24 (17-7 record)
to help Pittsburgh defeat Kansas City in Week Six.
Below is a look at where Brown ranks in the NFL in 2017: Roethlisberger’s statistics against the NFC are equally impres-
• Passes for 25-Plus Yards: 14 (T-4th) sive in games at Heinz Field.
• Passing Yards: 1,745 (6th) In 24 career regular-season games against NFC opponents at
• Completions: 151 (8th) home, Roethlisberger has a 19-5 mark while completing 484-of-
• Passes for First Downs: 81 (T-9th) 764 passes (63.4 pct.) for 6,412 yards with 43 touchdowns and
STARTING IN STYLE 13 interceptions for a passer rating of 101.5.

In his career, QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 128-62 (.674) WINNING NO. 125
record as a starting quarterback in the regular season - the
third best regular season record in the NFL among all active QB Ben Roethlisberger became the seventh quarterback in
quarterbacks (min. 50 starts). NFL history to record 125 regular-season game wins as a starter
The following is a look at the top five starting records among during the Steelers’ Week Two win against Minnesota (26-9) at
active quarterbacks in the NFL (min. 50 starts): Heinz Field.
Roethlisberger joined Dan Marino, Peyton Manning, Brett
STARTING RECORDS AMONG ACTIVE QBs Favre, John Elway, Drew Brees and Tom Brady as the only
(Min. 50 Starts) quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 125 regular-season wins
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM W L T Pct. as a starting quarterback:
1. Tom Brady, NE 188 54 0 .777
2. Russell Wilson, SEA 60 25 1 .703 MOST REGULAR-SEASON WINS
3. Ben Roethlisberger, PIT 128 62 0 .674 Rk. PLAYER AS A STARTING QB
4. Aaron Rodgers, GB 94 47 0 .667 1. Tom Brady 188*
5. Andrew Luck, IND 43 27 0 .614 T2. Brett Favre 186
Peyton Manning 186
Roethlisberger earned 117 wins in his first 175 regular-season 4. John Elway 148
starts - the second-most by an NFL QB in League history through 5. Dan Marino 147
175 starts: 6. Drew Brees 135*
7. Ben Roethlisberger 128*
NUMBER OF WINS
Rk. PLAYER IN FIRST 175 STARTS *Denotes Active Players
1. Tom Brady 136
2. Ben Roethlisberger 117
T3. Peyton Manning 116
Brett Favre 116
Johnny Unitas

Roethlisberger made his 150th career regular season start


in Week 8 vs. Indianapolis in 2014 to become just the fourth
quarterback in NFL history to record 100 wins in their first 150
regular season starts (Tom Brady: 116, Joe Montana: 108, Terry
and Bradshaw: 102).
Roethlisberger registered his 90th career win in his 135th career
start, becoming the fifth fastest quarterback who began their
career in the Super Bowl era to reach 90 wins.
His 63-27 record after his first 90 starts in the NFL ranked third
(tied) in league history for the best record in such starts. Only
Brady (67-23) and Stabler (66-23-1) had better records in their
first 90 starts in the NFL. Roethlisberger’s record is tied with Jim
McMahon.
CONTROLLING THE NORTH HOME COOKING
QB Ben Roethlisberger is 52-17 (.754) as a starter against QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 71-23 (.755) mark in the
AFC North opponents during his career and led the Steelers regular season in his career as a starter at Heinz Field, including
to the best divisional record during the 2013 and 2014 regular winning his first eight starts as a rookie in 2004.
seasons (4-2) and in 2016 (4-1). Since the start of the 2011 season, the signal caller is 33-11 at
Since 2010, Roethlisberger is 28-10 against divisional foes home as a starter. Over that time period, Roethlisberger is one of
during the regular season. five active quarterbacks to have a passer rating of at least 100.0
Roethlisberger has finished with a .500 or above record against at home during the regular season (103.6).
AFC North opponents during the regular season in 12 of his Below is a breakdown of Roethlisberger’s statistics in his Heinz
13 NFL seasons, including winning at least five games in four Field career:
campaigns:
ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS AT HEINZ FIELD
ROETHLISBERGER RECORD VS. AFC NORTH AS A CATEGORY STATISTIC
Record ..............................................................71-23
STARTER Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ...............64.4 (1,955-of-3,035)
SEASON RECORD
Passing Yards ................................................. 24,742
2008 6-0
Passing Touchdowns......................................... 177
2004 5-0
Interceptions ....................................................... 77
2010 5-0
Passer Rating .................................................... 98.6
2007 5-0
300-plus Yard Games......................................... 29
2017 3-0
Multi-Touchdown Performances ............. 52 (40-11 record)*
2016 4-1
*Threw 3 touchdowns in Week 10 of 2015, but did not start
2014 4-2
2013 4-2
2011 4-2 Roethlisberger threw at least one touchdown pass in 45
2005 3-1 consecutive home games at Heinz Field - the third-longest streak
2012 2-1
2006 3-3
in NFL history:
2015 2-2
2009 2-3 CONSECUTIVE HOME GAMES
Rk. PLAYER (YEAR) WITH AT LEAST 1 TD PASS
In his 68 career starts versus division opponents, Roethlisberger 1. Drew Brees (10/18/09-11/27/16) 60
has posted a perfect passer rating once (11/5/07 vs. Baltimore) 2. Tom Brady (9/14/09-12/14/14) 47
and has recorded a passer rating of over 100.0 a total of 23 times. 3. Ben Roethlisberger (12/19/10-9/17/17) 45
The following is a look at his statistics against the AFC North 4. Dan Marino (10/9/83-11/14/88) 39
in his 68 games as a starter: 5. Aaron Rodgers (10/5/08-12/2/12) 35

ROETHLISBERGER’S STATS VS. AFC NORTH THE 45,000 CLUB


CATEGORY STATISTIC
Record ..............................................................52-17
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) .................65.2 (1,402-2,151) QB Ben Roethlisberger became the first player in Steelers
Passing Yards ................................................. 16,222 history to register 45,000 career passing yards in Week 10’s game
Passing Touchdowns......................................... 100 vs. Dallas.
Interceptions ....................................................... 64
Passer Rating .................................................... 90.9
Roethlisberger is the 11th quarterback in NFL history to reach
the mark, the eighth to do so with one team, and the fourth active
Also, the following is a look at Roethlisberger’s career statistics signal caller with 45,000 passing yards.
against AFC North opponents as a starter at home compared to Roethlisberger reached the 45,000 yard milestone in his 179th
the road: regular-season game - the fifth-fewest games to reach the mark
in NFL history:
ROETHLISBERGER VS. AFC NORTH AT HOME AND AWAY
Statistic Home vs. AFC North Away vs. AFC North FEWEST GAMES TO REACH
Record ................................................................. 27-7 .......................... 25-10
Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ...........62.4 (625-1,004) .........61.6 (707-1,147)
Rk. PLAYER 45,000 PASSING YARDS
Passing Yards ................................................... 8,074 .......................... 8,128 1. Drew Brees 168
Passing Touchdowns.............................................. 58 ............................... 42 2. Dan Marino 172
Interceptions ........................................................... 36 ............................... 28
Passer Rating ...................................................... 91.8 ............................ 85.0
3. Peyton Manning 174
4. Tom Brady 178
5. Ben Roethlisberger 179
FEELING AT HOME IN OHIO
QB Ben Roethlisberger is from Findlay, Ohio, and played
collegiately at Miami (Ohio), so it is no wonder he feels at home
while playing at Cincinnati or Cleveland.
Including the postseason, Roethlisberger is a combined 23-4
playing in games played in Ohio (Paul Brown Stadium: 12-2 and
FirstEnergy Stadium: 11-2).
Below is Roethlisberger’s passing stats for games at Cincinnati
and Cleveland:

ROETHLISBERGER IN GAMES PLAYED IN OHIO


GP Att. Cmp. Pct. Yds. TDs Int Rat.
@ Cin 14 446 294 65.9 3,525 21 9 97.2
@ Cle 13 401 243 60.6 2,898 18 8 89.3
Total 27 847 537 63.4 6,423 39 17 93.5
BEN AMONG ACTIVE BESTS BEN AMONG ALL-TIME BESTS
QB Ben Roethlisberger ranks in the top 10 among active QB Ben Roethlisberger ranks in the top 10 in NFL history
NFL quarterbacks with a 7.86 yards per attempt average (3rd), in touchdown passes (T-9th - 310), passing yards (9th - 48,559)
48,559 passing yards (4th), 3,955 completions (5th), 310 passing and pass completions (10th - 3,955) :
touchdowns (T-5th) and a 93.6 passer rating (T-7th):
MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES - NFL HISTORY
NFL ACTIVE PASSING YARDS PER ATTEMPT LEADERS Rk. PLAYER TDS
Rk. PLAYER CMP-ATT YARDS YDS/ATT. 1. Peyton Manning 539
1. Russell Wilson 1,614-2,498 19,749 7.91 2. Brett Favre 508
2. Aaron Rodgers 3,162-4,850 38,212 7.88 3. Drew Brees 476*
3. Ben Roethlisberger 3,955-6,176 48,559 7.86 4. Tom Brady 471*
4. Kirk Cousins 1,160-1,754 13,750 7.84 5. Dan Marino 420
5. Philip Rivers 3,967-6,173 47,649 7.72 6. Fran Tarkenton 342
7. Eli Manning 330*
NFL ACTIVE PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS 8. Philip Rivers 326*
Rk. PLAYER GP CMP-ATT YARDS T9. Ben Roethlisberger 310*
1. Drew Brees 239 5,988-8,978 67,763 Aaron Rodgers 310*
2. Tom Brady 244 5,418-8,486 63,790
3. Eli Manning 208 4,239-7,085 49,814 MOST PASSING YARDS - NFL HISTORY
4. Ben Roethlisberger 192 3,955-6,176 48,559 Rk. PLAYER PASSING YARDS
5. Philip Rivers 187 3,967-6,173 47,649 1. Peyton Manning 71,940
2. Brett Favre 71,838
NFL ACTIVE PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS 3. Drew Brees 67,763*
Rk. PLAYER GP TDS 4. Tom Brady 63,790*
1. Drew Brees 239 476 5. Dan Marino 61,361
2. Tom Brady 244 471 6. John Elway 51,475
3. Eli Manning 208 330 7. Eli Manning 49,814*
4. Philip Rivers 187 326 8. Warren Moon 49,325
T5. Ben Roethlisberger 192 310 9. Ben Roethlisberger 48,559*
Aaron Rodgers 148 310 10. Philip Rivers 47,649*

TOP OF THE STEELERS’ CHARTS MOST PASS COMPLETIONS - NFL HISTORY


Rk. PLAYER COMPLETIONS
QB Ben Roethlisberger holds nearly all passing records in 1. Brett Favre 6,300
Pittsburgh Steelers franchise history. 2. Peyton Manning 6,125
He became the first player in Steelers history to record 40,000 3. Drew Brees 5,988*
passing yards, a feat he reached during Week Eight’s game vs. 4. Tom Brady 5,418*
Cincinnati in 2015. 5. Dan Marino 4,967
His 48,559 passing yards, 310 passing touchdowns and 3,955 6. Eli Manning 4,239*
completions are tops in the team’s record books: 7. John Elway 4,123
8. Warren Moon 3,988
9. Philip Rivers 3,967*
STEELERS ALL-TIME PASSING YARDAGE LEADERS
10. Ben Roethlisberger 3,955*
Rk. STEELER, YEARS CMP-ATT YARDS
1. Ben Roethlisberger, 2004-17 3,955-6,176 48,559
*Denotes Active Players
2. Terry Bradshaw, 1970-83 2,025-3,901 27,989
3. Kordell Stewart, 1995-2002 1,190-2,107 13,328
4. Neil O’Donnell, 1991-95 1,069-1,871 12,867
5. Bubby Brister, 1986-92 776-1,477 10,104

STEELERS ALL-TIME PASSING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS


Rk. STEELER GP TDS
1. Ben Roethlisberger 192 310
2. Terry Bradshaw 168 212
3. Kordell Stewart 113 70
4. Neil O’Donnell 66 68
5. Bobby Layne 55 66

STEELERS ALL-TIME PASS COMPLETION LEADERS


Rk. STEELER GP CMP
1. Ben Roethlisberger 192 3,955
2. Terry Bradshaw 168 2,025
3. Kordell Stewart 113 1,190
BEN’S CAREER GAME HITTING 3,000 IN 11 STRAIGHT
QB Ben Roethlisberger set single-game Steelers franchise QB Ben Roethlisberger extended his consecutive seasons
records during Week 8’s 51-34 win over Indianapolis in 2014 of throwing for 3,000 yards to 11 during Week 13’s game vs. the
with 40 pass completions, 522 passing yards and six passing New York Giants in 2016.
touchdowns. He joined Brett Favre (18), Peyton Manning (13), Drew Brees
His 522 passing yards tied as the fourth-most in an NFL game: (13), Eli Manning (12) and Philip Rivers (11) as just the sixth signal
caller in NFL history to have such a streak:
MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME - NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER PASSING YARDS CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 3,000 PASSING YARDS -
1. Norm Van Brocklin, 9/28/1951 554 NFL HISTORY
T2. Matt Schaub, 11/18/2012 527 Rk. QUARTERBACK CONS. YEARS (SEASONS)
Warren Moon, 12/16/1990 527 1. Brett Favre 18 (1992-2009)
T4. Ben Roethlisberger, 10/26/2014 522 T2. Drew Brees 13 (2004-16)
Boomer Esiason, 11/10/1996 522 Peyton Manning 13 (1998-2010)
BEN TO A.B. 4. Eli Manning
T5. Ben Roethlisberger
12 (2005-16)
11 (2006-16)
Philip Rivers 11 (2006-16)
QB Ben Roethlisberger connected with WR Antonio Brown
on their 50th touchdown strike on the game-winning score in Week
16’s AFC North title game clincher in 2016 against Baltimore at
15 IN FIRST 13
Heinz Field (31-27) - marking the most touchdown connections
by a tandem in Steelers history: QB Ben Roethlisberger threw four touchdowns in Week Five
vs. New York to increase his 2016 season total to 15. He has now
MOST TOUCHDOWN CONNECTIONS thrown at least 15 touchdown passes in each of his first 13 NFL
STEELERS HISTORY seasons - tying as the longest streak of 15 touchdown campaigns
Rk. PLAYERS TOUCHDOWNS to start an NFL career:
1. Ben Roethlisberger-Antonio Brown 53
2. Terry Bradshaw-Lynn Swann 49 MOST CONSECUTIVE 15-TOUCHDOWN PASS
3. Terry Bradshaw-John Stallworth 44 Rk. PLAYER SEASONS TO START A CAREER
T1. Ben Roethlisberger, 2004-16 13
Peyton Manning, 1998-2010 13
T3. Jim Kelly, 1986-95 10
Dan Marino, 1983-92 10
Fran Tarkenton, 1961-70 10
BEN’S NUMBERS MOVING ON UP
QB Ben Roethlisberger leads the Steelers in nearly all major
1st
career statistics. The following is where Roethlisberger ranks in
Became the first quarterback in NFL history to with 500
Steelers history in several key passing categories:
passing yards in two career games (Week 8 2014 and Week
15 2009). Roethlisberger’s Career Rankings Among Steelers QBs
Category Statistic Rank
Single-Season TD Passes (2007 and 2014)....................... 32 .............. 1st
3 Single-Season Passing Yards (2014) ............................ 4,952 .............. 1st
Roethlisberger is one of three active quarterbacks to throw at Career Passing TDs (regular season) .............................. 310 .............. 1st
Single-Season Completions (2014) .................................. 408 .............. 1st
least 175 touchdowns at home during the regular season. Single-Season Pass Attempts (2014) ............................... 608 .............. 1st
Single-Season Completion Pct. (2015) ............................ 68.0 .............. 1st
Single-Season Passer Rating (2007)............................. 104.1 .............. 1st
8 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-16) ..............................11 .............. 1st
Became the fifth quarterback (eighth occasion) to record at Consecutive 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-16) .........11 .............. 1st
least 20 regular-season wins against one opponent since Single-Game Completion Pct. (11/26/07 vs. Miami) ........ 85.7 .............. 1st
Seasons w/ 250+ Completions (2006-09, ‘11-16) ............... 10 .............. 1st
the 1970 season, earning his 20th regular-season win vs. Seasons w/ Completion Pct. of 60.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09-‘15) ....... 10 .............. 1st
Cleveland in Week 11 of 216, joining Dan Marino (vs. Colts), Seasons w/ Passer Rating of 90.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09-’15) ......... 9 .............. 1st
Brett Favre (vs. Bears and Lions), John Elway (vs. Chargers Completions in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Indianapolis
and Seahawks) and Tom Brady (vs. Bills and Jets). and 12/20/15 vs. Denver)...........40 ............. 1st
Attempts in Single Game (11/30/14 vs. New Orleans)........ 58 .............. 1st
Passing Yards in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Indianapolis) ........ 522 .............. 1st
Career Winning Pct. ......................................................... .674 .............. 1st
8 Career Completions ....................................................... 3,955 .............. 1st
The number of seasons Roethlisberger has thrown 20 Career Attempts ............................................................. 6,176 .............. 1st
touchdowns or more during his NFL career - a franchise Career Passing Yards .................................................. 48,335 .............. 1st
record. Career Completion Pct..................................................... 64.0 .............. 1st
Career Passing Yards/Attempts ......................................... 7.9 .............. 1st
Career QB Rating ............................................................ 93.6 .............. 1st
15 Career 300-yard Passing Games (reg and posteason) ...... 53 .............. 1st
Career Games w/ 30+ Completions (reg and postseason). 18 .............. 1st
He has thrown at least 15 touchdown passes in each of his first Career Games w/ 100.0+ Passer Rating (reg and posteason) . 81 .............. 1st
13 NFL seasons, tying as the most consecutive seasons with Career Perfect Passer Rating Games (158.3) ** .................. 3 .............. 1st
15 or more scoring tosses to start a career (Peyton Manning: Career QB Rating in 4th Qtr. * ......................................... 91.1 .............. 1st
1998-2010). Career Touchdown Passes in Final 2 mins./game * ........... 45 .............. 1st
Consecutive Reg. Gms. w/ At Least One TD Pass (2012-Week 1 of 2014) 30 .............. 1st
Games Played by Rookie QB (2004) .................................. 14 .............. 1st
20-PLUS Passing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004)............................ 295 .............. 1st
Pass Completions by Rookie QB (2004) .......................... 196 .............. 1st
The Steelers have scored at least 20 points in 76 of the 94 Passing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 2,621 .............. 1st
games at home with Roethlisberger as the starter. Passing TDs by Rookie QB (2004) ..................................... 17 .............. 1st
Rushing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 56 .............. 1st
Rushing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ................................ 144 .............. 1st
43 Completion Pct. by Rookie QB (2004) ** ......................... 66.4 .............. 1st
Number of games Roethlisberger has totaled at least three Passer Rating by Rookie QB (2004) ** ............................ 98.1 .............. 1st
Comp. %./Single Game by Rookie QB (10/17/04 vs. Dal.) **84.0........... 1st
touchdown passes in his career (42 regular season, 1 Consecutive Wins to Start Career (2004) ** ....................... 13 .............. 1st
postseason), including five of his six home games played in Total Wins by Rookie QB (2004) ** ..................................... 13 .............. 1st
2016. Passing TDs in Single Game (10/26/14 vs. Ind. and 11/2/14 vs. Bal.) ... 6 .............. 1st
Single-Game TD Passes at Heinz Field (10/26/14 vs. Ind. and 11/2/14 vs. Bal.)... 6 .............. 1st
Passing TDs in Back-to-Back Games ** ............................. 12 .............. 1st
50 Total Wins When Throwing for 300-plus Yards ................... 26 .............. 1st
Seasons w/ 25+ Passing TDs (2007, ‘09, ‘12-16) ................. 6 .............. 1st
Roethlisberger has thrown 50 300-plus yard passing games in Career Wins (Regular Season). ....................................... .128 .............. 1st
his regular season NFL career - most in franchise history - and Career TD Passes (indoors) ............................................... 19 .............. 1st
became the ninth QB in NFL history to reach 50 with one team Career Touchdown Passes in Dec./Jan. ............................. 85 .............. 1st
(11th overall). Single-Game TD Passes on MNF (11/5/07 vs. Bal.) ** ......... 5 ........... T-1st
Consecutive Passes Completed (11/26/07 vs. Miami)........ 15 ........... T-1st
Career Rushing Yards (by QB) ...................................... 1,196 .............. 3rd
128-62 Career Rushing Touchdowns (by QB) ................................ 16 .............. 3rd
Roethlisberger’s record as a starting quarterback in the regular
season - the third best record in the NFL among all active * Since 1991
** NFL Record
quarterbacks (min. 50 starts) - and most wins in franchise
history for a starting signal caller.

125.0
Has recorded a passer rating of 125.0 or better 18 times in his
NFL career (minimum 20 attempts), most recent Week 12 on
Thursday Night Football at Indianapolis Colts (146.0).

150.0
Roethlisberger has posted a passer rating of 150.0 or better in
eight games during his NFL career (min. 10 attempts/game) -
the most all-time.

400
Since entering the NFL in 2004, Roethlisberger has produced
nine 400-plus yard games - the fifth most in NFL history.
NO. 84: ANTONIO BROWN BROWN SINCE 2010
WR Antonio Brown leads all NFL players with 52 receptions WR Antonio Brown has recorded five 1,000-receiving yard
and 765 receiving yards in 2017. campaigns (2011 and ‘13-16) and four consecutive 100-reception
Brown has eclipsed 100 receiving yards in four of the Steelers’ seasons from 2013-16 since entering the NFL in 2010.
seven games of 2017, and added 10 or more catches in three. His 684 receptions and 9,142 receiving yards are the most
Brown opened the 2017 season setting a new team Kickoff since entering the NFL in 2010:
Weekend record for receptions with 11 for 182 receiving yards -
the second-most by a Steeler in a Week One matchup. His 182 NFL RECEPTION LEADERS: 2010-CURRENT
receiving yards marked the 30th 100-receivng yard game of his Rk. PLAYER, TEAM GP REC.
NFL career, breaking a tie for the most such games in team history. 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 108 684
In Week Six at Kansas City, Brown recorded game-highs in 2. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 117 647
receptions (8) and receiving yards (155), and added a 51-yard 3. Brandon Marshall, MIA-CHI-NYJ-NYG 111 632
touchdown catch. Below is a look at where Brown ranks in the
NFL in 2017: NFL RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS: 2010-CURRENT
• Receptions: 52 (1st) Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS
• Receiving Yards: 765 (1st) 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 684 9,142
• Receptions for First Downs: 34 (1st) 2. Calvin Johnson, DET 538 8,548
• 10-Reception Games: 3 (1st) 3. Brandon Marshall, MIA-CHI-NYJ-NYG 632 8,196
• 100-Yard Receiving Games: 4 (1st)
• Receptions of 25-Plus Yards: 7 (T-1st)
• Receptions Per Game: 7.4 (2nd) BROWN SINCE 2010 VS. NFC
• Yards From Scrimmage: 765 (4th)
WR Antonio Brown has also seen success when facing
9,000 MILESTONE members of the opposing conference in the NFC since entering
the NFL.
WR Antonio Brown hit the 9,000 receiving yard milestone Brown leads all AFC players in receptions (195) and ranks
in Week Six of 2017 at Kansas City in his 107th regular-season second in receiving yards (2,502) and touchdown catches (17)
game - the fewest games to the milestone in Steelers history in games vs. NFC opponents since entering the NFL in 2010:
(Hines Ward, 159) and tying Randy Moss for the fourth-fewest
games to the milestone in NFL history. AFC RECEPTION LEADERS VS. NFC: 2010-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM GP REC.
FASTEST TO 650 1. Antonio Brown, PIT 28 195
2. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 27 174
WR Antonio Brown reached 650 career receptions on his 3. Antonio Gates, LAC 26 138
second catch in his 104th career regular-season game in Week
Three at Chicago, setting an NFL record for the fewest games AFC RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS VS. NFC:
to the milestone (Marvin Harrison: 107). 2010-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS
FEWEST GAMES TO 650 CATCHES: NFL HISTORY 1. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 174 2,504
Rk. PLAYER GAMES 2. Antonio Brown, PIT 195 2,502
1. Antonio Brown 104 3. A.J. Green, CIN 124 1,850
2. Marvin Harrison 107
3. Andre Johnson 112
BROWN AMONG TOPS IN FIRST SEVEN
481 AND 6,315
WR Antonio Brown caught 632 receptions in his first seven
WR Antonio Brown caught 481 passes for 6,315 receiving years in the NFL (2010-16) - the second most by any player in
yards in the 2013-16 seasons to mark the most receptions and their first seven seasons in NFL history:
the second-most receiving yards by any player in a four-year
span in NFL history: NFL RECEPTION LEADERS:
FIRST SEVEN YEARS OF A CAREER
MOST RECEPTIONS IN ANY FOUR-YEAR SPAN: Rk. PLAYER, YEARS RECEPTIONS
NFL HISTORY 1. Marvin Harrison, 1996-2002 665
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632
1. Antonio Brown, 2013-16 481 3. Torry Holt, 1999-2005 619
2. Marvin Harrison, 1999-2002 469
3. Wes Welker, 2009-12 449 Brown has recorded 70 games with at least five catches and 50
receiving yards in his first seven years in the NFL, the most such
MOST RECEIVING YARDS IN ANY FOUR-YEAR SPAN: games in a player’s first seven seasons in NFL history:
NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS MOST FIVE CATCH AND 50-YARD GAMES IN
1. Marvin Harrison, 1999-2002 6,322 FIRST SEVEN YEARS OF A CAREER: NFL HISTORY
1. Antonio Brown, 2013-16 6,315 Rk. PLAYER, YEARS 5/50 GAMES
3. Calvin Johnson, 2010-13 6,257 1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 70
2. Torry Holt, 1999-2005 69
3. Marvin Harrison, 1996-2002 65
BROWN ON THE TEAM’S CHARTS BROWN ON THE TEAM’S CHARTS
WR Antonio Brown’s 2015 receptions and receiving yards WR Antonio Brown is the second player in Steelers history
totals marked the most by a Steeler in a single-season in with 600 receptions, second with 9,000 with receiving yards and
team history. His 106 receptions in 2016 are the fifth-most in a fourth with 9,000 yards from scrimmage:
single-season in team history and his 1,284 receiving yards are
10th-most: STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEPTION LEADERS
Rk. STEELER, YEARS RECEPTIONS
STEELERS SINGLE-SEASON RECEPTION LEADERS 1. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 1,000
Rk. STEELER, YEAR RECEPTIONS 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 684
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 136 3. Heath Miller, 2005-15 592
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 129
3. Hines Ward, 2002 112 STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
4. Antonio Brown, 2013 110 Rk. STEELER, YEARS REC. YARDS
5. Antonio Brown, 2016 106 1. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 12,083
2. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 9,142
STEELERS SINGLE-SEASON RECEIVING YARDS 3. John Stallworth, 1974-878,723 8,723
LEADERS
Rk. STEELER, YEAR RECEIVING YARDS STEELERS ALL-TIME SRIMMAGE YARDAGE LEADERS
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 1,834 Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH YDS/REC YDS SCRMG.YARDS
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 1,698 1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 / 2,284 14,234
3. Antonio Brown, 2013 1,499 2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 428 / 12,083 12,511
4. Yancey Thigpen, 1997 1,398 3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 / 806 11,377
5. John Stallworth, 1984 1,395 4. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 119 / 9,142 9,261
6. Hines Ward, 2002 1,329 5. John Stallworth, 1974-87 111 / 8,723 8,834
7. Plaxico Burress, 2002 1,325
8. Yancey Thigpen, 1995 1,307 Brown caught his third touchdown pass of the season in Week
9. Buddy Dial, 1963 1,295 Seven vs. Cincinnati, increasing his career total to 53 - the third-
10. Antonio Brown, 2016 1,284 most touchdown receptions team history:

BROWN’S FRANCHISE DAY STEELERS ALL-TIME RECEIVING TOUCHDOWN LEADERS


Rk. STEELER, YEARS REC. YARDS TDs
WR Antonio Brown posted the most prolific receiving game 1. Hines Ward, 1988-2011 1,000 12,083 85
for a player in Steelers history in Week 9’s 38-35 win vs. Oakland 2. John Stallworth, 1974-87 537 8,723 63
in 2015. 3. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 680 9,077 53
He led all players with franchise records of 17 catches for 284 4. Lynn Swann, 1974-82 336 5,462 51
receiving yards, and added 22 rushing yards for a team record 5. Heath Miller, 2005-15 592 6,569 45
306 yards from scrimmage:
Brown increased his overall touchdown total to 58 in Week
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RECEPTION LEADERS Seven vs. Cincinnati - the fifth-most total touchdowns in franchise
Rk. STEELER RECEPTIONS history:
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 17
2. Antonio Brown, Dec. 20, 2015 16 STEELERS ALL-TIME TOUCHDOWN LEADERS
T3. Antonio Brown, Nov. 13, 2016 14 Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH / REC / RET TDS
Courtney Hawkins, Nov. 1, 1998 14 1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 91 / 9 / 0 100
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 1 / 85 / 0 86
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS 3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 78 / 2 / 0 80
Rk. STEELER REC. YARDS 4. John Stallworth, 1974-87 1 / 63 / 0 64
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 284 5. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 0 / 53 / 5 58
2. Plaxico Burress, Nov. 10, 2002 253
3. Buddy Dial, Oct. 22, 1961 235 WR Antonio Brown ranks tied with current teammate Le’Veon
Bell for the third-most 100-scrimmage yards games in team
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS history:
Rk. STEELER SCRMG. YARDS
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 306 MOST 100-SCRIMMAGE YARD GAMES:
2. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 298 STEELERS HISTORY
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 256 Rk. STEELER, YEARS 100-YARD GAMES
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 57
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 53
T3. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 35
Antonio Brown, 2010-17 35
5. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 31
BROWN’S STEELERS NOTES BROWN AMONG ACTIVE BESTS
In his eighth year WR Antonio Brown has caught 10 passes WR Antonio Brown ranks in the top 10 among active NFL
or more in 16 games of his NFL career, all with the Steelers, the players with 84.6 receiving yards per game (1st - min. 100 games),
most double-digit reception games in team history: 684 receptions (5th), 446 receptions for first downs (5th), 9,142
receiving yards (6th) and 75 catches for 25-plus yards (7th):
MOST DOUBLE-DIGIT CATCH
Rk. STEELER, YEARS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY NFL ACTIVE RECEIVING YARDS PER GAME LEADERS
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 16 Rk. PLAYER GP REC.-YDS YDS/GM
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 7 1. Antonio Brown 108 684-9,142 84.6
T3. Heath Miller, 2005-15 3 2. Demaryius Thomas 107 576-8,093 75.6
Yancey Thigpen, 1992-97 3
3. Larry Fitzgerald 209 1,170-14,883 71.2
4. Brandon Marshall 172 959-12,215 71.0
His 33 100-receiving yard games are the most in the category
5. DeSean Jackson 132 520-9,179 69.5
in Steelers history:

MOST 100-REC. YARD GAMES NFL ACTIVE RECEPTION LEADERS


Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN STEELERS HISTORY Rk. PLAYER GP REC. YARDS
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 33 1. Larry Fitzgerald 209 1,170 14,883
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 29 2. Jason Witten 229 1,120 12,171
3. John Stallworth, 1974-87 25 3. Brandon Marshall 172 959 12,215
4. Antonio Gates 211 910 11,311
Brown has caught two touchdown catches in 12 games in his 5. Antonio Brown 108 684 9,142
NFL career, all with Pittsburgh, the second-most multi-touchdown
catch games in Steelers history: NFL ACTIVE RECEPTION FOR FIRST DOWN LEADERS
Rk. PLAYER GP REC. 1ST DWN
MOST MULTI-TOUCHDOWN 1. Larry Fitzgerald 209 1,170 762
Rk. STEELER, YEARS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY 2. Brandon Marshall 172 959 631
1. Buddy Dial, 1959-63 15 3. Antonio Gates 211 910 623
2. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 12 4. Jason Witten 229 1,120 620
3. Lynn Swann, 1974-82 10 5. Antonio Brown 108 684 446
4. John Stallworth, 1974-87 9
T5. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 7 NFL ACTIVE RECEIVING YARDS LEADERS
Roy Jefferson, 1965-69 7 Rk. PLAYER GP REC. YARDS
1. Larry Fitzgerald 209 1,170 14,883
From 2014-15, Brown caught 23 touchdown passes - the most 2. Brandon Marshall 172 959 12,215
by a Steeler in back-to-back seasons - and joined Hines Ward 3. Jason Witten 229 1,120 12,171
as the only players with 10 or more touchdown receptions in 4. Antonio Gates 211 910 11,311
consecutive years: 5. DeSean Jackson 132 520 9,179
6. Antonio Brown 108 684 446
MOST TOUCHDOWN CATCHES
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN BACK-TO-BACK SEASONS NFL ACTIVE RECEPTIONS OF 25-PLUS YARDS LEADERS
1. Antonio Brown, 2014-15 23 Rk. PLAYER GP REC. 25+YDS
T2. Antonio Brown, 2015-16 22 1. DeSean Jackson 132 520 117
Hines Ward, 2002-03 22 2. Larry Fitzgerald 209 1,170 112
3. Brandon Marshall 172 959 89
Brown’s nine 100-yard receiving games in 2015 set a single- 4. Antonio Gates 211 910 86
season team record, surpassing his previous 2014 record of eight: T5. Jordy Nelson 128 523 76
Demaryius Thomas 107 576 76
MOST 100-REC. YARD GAMES
7. Antonio Brown 108 684 75
Rk. STEELER, YEARS IN A SEASON: STEELERS HISTORY
1. Antonio Brown, 2015 9
2. Antonio Brown, 2014 8
T3. Mike Wallace, 2010 7
John Stallworth, 1984 7

BROWN NUMBER TO NOTE


180
WR Antonio Brown became the first player in NFL history
to record four 180-yard receiving games in a season in 2015
(195: Sept. 20, vs. San Francisco, 284: Nov. 8 vs. Oakland,
189: Dec. 20 vs. Denver and 187: Jan. 3 at Cleveland ).
UNFORGETTABLE SEVEN ALL AROUND BROWN
WR Antonio Brown has registered the most receptions by WR Antonio Brown has been a valuable asset to the team’s
a Steelers’ receiver in their first four, five, six and seven regular offensive and special teams efforts. In Week 13 vs. Indianapolis in
seasons: 2015, Brown returned a punt for a 71-yard touchdown, his fourth
punt return for a touchdown to tie a Steelers record:
RECEPTIONS IN
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS GP/GS STEELERS ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWNS
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 632 101/74 Rk. STEELER, YEARS PR TDs
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2004 505 112/93 T1. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 4
3. Heath Miller, 2005-11 337 108/107
Antwaan Randle El, 2002-05, ‘10 4
4. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 303 79/70
T3. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 3
5. Lynn Swann, 1974-1980 284 93/76
Ray Mathews, 1951-59 3
Brown’s 5,259 receiving yards were the most receiving yards
by a Steelers’ receiver in their first five regular seasons, his 7,093 Brown also ranks second in team history with 1,720 punt return
were the most by a Steeler in their first six seasons and his 8,377 yards:
stand as the most in a player’s first seven years with the Steelers:
STEELERS ALL-TIME PUNT RETURN YARDS
RECEIVING YARDS IN Rk. STEELER, YEARS CAREER PR YARDS PR TDs
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS 1. Rod Woodson, 1987-96 2,362 2
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 8,377 2. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 1,720 4
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2004 6,055 3. Antwaan Randle El, 2002-05, ‘10 1,650 4
3. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 5,347 4. Theo Bell, 1976, 1978-80 1,259 0
4. Buddy Dial, 1959-63 4,723 5. Louis Lipps, 1984-91 1,212 3
5. Lynn Swann, 1974-80 4,692
Along with four punts returned for touchdowns, Brown has one
Brown totaled 7,755 all-purpose yards - the most by a Steeler kickoff returned to the end zone in his career. He is the sixth player
in their first five regular seasons (2010-13) and his 9,911 were in NFL history - the first Steeler - to have 35 career touchdown
tops by a Steeler through their first six seasons. Through 2016, catches and five returns for touchdowns.
he registered a team-best 11,367 for a player’s first seven
campaigns:

ALL-PURPOSE YARDS IN
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FIRST SEVEN YEARS
1. Antonio Brown, 2010-16 11,367
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2002 9,087
3. Franco Harris, 1972-78 8,630
4. Louis Lipps, 1984-90 7,196
5. Rod Woodson, 1987-93 7,148
REACHING 600 IN 96 BRYANT’S AVERAGE NEAR THE TOP
WR Antonio Brown hauled in the 600th reception of his NFL WR Martavis Bryant posted game-highs in receiving yards
career in Week 11 at Cleveland in 2016 - his 96th regular-season (91) and scrimmage yards (98) in the team’s Week Two home
game - setting an NFL record for thew fewest games played to opener win against the Minnesota Vikings, and caught the 15th
reach 600 catches in a career: touchdown reception of his NFL career on a 27-yard completion
from QB Ben Roethlisberger in the first quarter.
FEWEST GAMES TO 600 RECEPTIONS: NFL HISTORY Since entering the NFL in 2014, Bryant has caught 94 passes
Rk. PLAYER GAMES TO 600 for 1,548 yards to give him a 16.5 yards per catch average - tied
1. Antonio Brown 96 as the fourth best average among all NFL players in the past
2. Anquan Boldin 98 four seasons:
3. Marvin Harrison 102
4. Andre Johnson 104 NFL YARDS PER CATCH LEADERS: 2014 - CURRENT
5. Brandon Marshall 105 Rk. PLAYER, TEAM REC. YARDS AVG.
1. DeSean Jackson, WAS-TB 164 3,062 18.7
2. J.J. Nelson, ARI 64 1,179 18.4
554 IN 90 3. Malcom Floyd, SD 82 1,417 17.3
T4. Martavis Bryant, PIT 94 1,548 16.5
WR Antonio Brown played in his 90th career regular-season T.Y. Hilton, IND 269 4,429 16.5
game in Week Four of 2016, and increased his career total to
554 receptions - the second-most by any player in NFL history
in their first 90 career regular-season games:
JUJU ON THAT BEAT
Rookie WR JuJu Smith-Schuster has three touchdown
MOST RECEPTIONS IN FIRST 90 REGULAR-SEASON GAMES catches through the first seven games of 2017 and has totaled
Rk. PLAYER RECEPTIONS 17 receptions for 231 yards.
1. Anquan Boldin 558 His three touchdown catches are the most in NFL history by a
2. Antonio Brown 554 player before his 21st birthday (Will turn 21 on Nov. 22).
3. Larry Fitzgerald 515

THE OUTLAW JESSE JAMES


7,500 / 8,000 / 9,000 SCRIMMAGE YARDS
TE Jesse James caught six passes for 41 yards with two
WR Antonio Brown reached the 7,500 scrimmage yard touchdown catches in the Steelers Week One 21-18 win at
milestone in Week Three’s game at Philadelphia in 2016. He Cleveland. It was the first career multi-touchdown game of his
accomplished the feat in his 89th career regular-season game NFL career – and marked the 10th such game by a Steelers tight
to tie Calvin Johnson for the fourth-fewest games to 7,500 end since 1960 and the first since 2012 (Heath Miller, Sept. 23,
scrimmage yards by a wide receiver in NFL history. 2012 at Oakland).
Brown reached the 8,000 scrimmage yard mark in Week 10’s
game vs. Dallas in 2016, in his 95th career regular-season game
to mark the sixth-fewest games to 8,000 scrimmage yards by a
STEELERS ADD MCDONALD
wide receiver in NFL history.
The Steelers acquired veteran TE Vance McDonald via trade
In Week Five vs. Jacksonville, Brown totaled 10 catches for with the San Francisco 49ers on Aug. 29.
157 receiving yards to eclipse the 9,000 scrimmage yard barrier. McDonald entered the NFL as a second-round (55th overall)
He reached 9,000 career scrimmage yards in 106 regular-season draft selection of San Francisco in 2013. He has started 34-of-54
games – marking the third-fewest games to the milestone in games played and his career numbers include 67 receptions for
Steelers history (Jerome Bettis: 101 and Franco Harris: 104) and 929 yards and seven touchdowns.
tied Randy Moss for the fifth-fewest games to the milestone by McDonald has a reception of at least 25 yards in each of the
a wide receiver in NFL history. previous two games (Week Six: 26 yards and Week Seven: 28
MAKING MOST IN 100 yards).

WR Antonio Brown played in his 100th career regular-season


game in Week 15 at Cincinnati in 2016, and increased his career
total to 622 receptions to mark the most catches by any player in
NFL history in their first 100 career games:

MOST RECEPTIONS IN FIRST 100 GAMES: NFL HISTORY


Rk. PLAYER CATCHES
1. Antonio Brown 622
2. Anquan Boldin 614
3. Marvin Harrison 591
4. Andre Johnson 576
5. Larry Fitzgerald 565
RINGING THE BELL BELL SINCE ‘13
RB Le’Veon Bell has rushed for at least 100 yards in three RB Le’Veon Bell’s 1,259 yards from scrimmage paced the
of the Steelers’ first seven games in 2017, and posted at least Steelers’ offense in 2013 and set a franchise rookie record. His
90 yards from scrimmage in six games. output marked the second-best production among the NFL’s
Bell led all players with a game high 186 yards from scrimmage rookie class in 2013. Bell finished second in the NFL with 2,215
(144 rushing yards on 35 carries / 42 receiving yards on four yards from scrimmage in 2014.
catches) and scored two rushing touchdowns in the team’s 26-9 Since entering the NFL in 2013, the fifth-year back leads the
Week Four win at Baltimore. NFL with an average of 128.7 yards from scrimmage per game:
The Michigan State product tallied 179 rsuhing yards - tying as
the tenth-most in a regular-season game in Steelers history - and NFL SRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME LEADERS:
the fourth-most in his NFL career in the team’s Week Six win at 2013 - CURRENT
Kansas City. Rk. PLAYER GAMES-YARDS YARDS/GM
Bell led all players in rushing yards (134 on 35 carries) and 1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 54-6,948 128.7
yards from scrimmage (192: 134 rushing / 58 receiving) in Week 2. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 65-7,020 108.0
Seven’s 29-14 win vs. Cincinnati at Heinz Field. 3. Julio Jones, ATL 56-5,927 105.8
Below is a look at where Brown ranks in the NFL in 2017: 4. Antonio Brown, PIT 70-7,134 101.9
• Rushes for First Downs: 42 (1st) 5. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 68-6,895 101.4
• Total First Downs (Rushing/Receiving): 52 (1st)
• Rushes per Game: 24.1 (1st) Since entering the NFL in 2013, Bell has recorded 35 games
• Rushes for 10-Plus Yards: 19 (T-1st) with 100 yards from scrimmage or more - tied as the second most
• Rushing Yards: 684 (2nd) over that time span:
• Scrimmage Yards: 898 (3rd)
• Receptions by a Running Back: 33 (3rd) MOST 100-YARD SCRIMMAGE GAMES:
• Rushing Touchdowns: 4 (T-4th) 2013-CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER 100-YARD GAMES
BELL’S FRANCHISE DAY 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 41
2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 35
RB Le’Veon Bell rushed for 236 yards in Week 14 of 2016 at 3. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 33
Buffalo to set the team’s single-game record and his 298 yards 4. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 32
from scrimmage marked the second-most: 5. Antonio Brown, PIT 31

STEELERS SINGLE-GAME RUSHING YARDS LEADERS


BELL AMONG STEELERS BEST IN FIVE
Rk. STEELER REC. YARDS
RB Le’Veon Bell has produced 4,729 rushing yards and 6,948
1. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 236
yards from scrimmage since entering the NFL in 2013.
2. Willie Parker, Dec. 7, 2006 223
His 6,948 yards from scrimmage are the second most by a
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 218
Steeler in their first five years with the team, while his 4,729
rushing yards are fifth-best:
STEELERS SINGLE-GAME SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS
Rk. STEELER SCRMG. YARDS
SCRIMMAGE YARDS IN
1. Antonio Brown, Nov. 8, 2015 306
Rk. STEELER FIRST FIVE YEARS
2. Le’Veon Bell, Dec. 11, 2016 298 1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2000 7,242
3. Frenchy Fuqua, Dec. 20, 1970 256 2. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 6,948
3. Franco Harris, 1972-76 5,947
BELL’S 157.0 IN HISTORY 4. Willie Parker, 2004-08 5,622
5. Antonio Brown, 2010-14 5,341
RB Le’Veon Bell’s led the NFL with an average of 157.0 yards
from scrimmage per game in 2016 - the third-best mark in NFL RUSHING YARDS IN
history for a single-sesaon: Rk. STEELER FIRST FIVE YEARS
1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2000 6,713
SRIMMAGE YARDS PER GAME SINGLE-SEASON LEADERS: 2. Franco Harris, 1972-76 5,133
3. Willie Parker, 2004-08 4,989
NFL HISTORY
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM, YR SCRMG. YDS (RUSH / REC)AVG,/GAME 4. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 4,729
1. Priest Holmes, KC, 2002 2,287 (1,615 / 672) 163.4 5. John Henry Johnson, 1960-64 4,370
2. O.J. Simpson, BUF, 1975 2,243 (1,817 / 426) 160.2
3. Le’Veon Bell, PIT, 2016 1,884 (1,268 / 616) 157.0 Bell’s 6,050 yards from scrimmage that he racked up from
4. Chris Johnson, TEN, 2009 2,509 (2,006 / 503) 156.8 2013-16 are the most by a Steeler in their first four years with
5. Marshall Faulk, STL, 2000 2,189 (1,359 / 830) 156.4 the team, while his 4,045 rushing yards were third-best.
FIRST IN 50
RB Le’Veon Bell appeared in his 50th NFL regular-season
game in Week Three at Chicago in 2017, and increased his
career rushing yards total to 4,225 and receiving yards to 2,061.
He is the first player in NFL history to record at least 4,000
rushing and 2,000 receiving yards in their first 50 games.
BELL ON THE TOP 10 OVER 200 TIMES TWO AND FOUR
RB Le’Veon Bell has made his mark on the Steelers’ top 10 RB Le’veon Bell eclipsed 200 rushing yards for the second
rushing yards, rushing touchdowns and yards from scrimmage time in his NFL regular-season career in Week 14 at Buffalo in
lists within his first five seasons with the team: 2016, racking up a franchise record 236 yards. It marked his
second 200-rushing yard performance (204: Nov. 17, 2014) to
MOST RUSHING YARDS: STEELERS HISTORY tie him with Willie Parker for the most 200-rushing yard games
Rk. STEELER RUSHING YARDS in team history.
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 Bell has eclipsed 200 yards from scrimmage five times in his
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 career, most recently in Week 14 of 2016 at Buffalo.
3. Willie Parker, 2004-09 5,378 His five 200-yard scrimmage games are the most in Steelers
4. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 4,729 history, as he broke a tie with Willie Parker (three), and are the
5. John Henry Johnson, 1960-65 4,381
most in the NFL since he entered the League in 2013.
MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE: STEELERS HISTORY
Rk. STEELER, YEARS RUSH YDS/REC YDS SCRMG.YARDS UNDER THE MONDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 11,950 / 2,284 14,234
2. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 428 / 12,083 12,511 RB Le’Veon Bell tied Barry Sanders for the most yards from
3. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 10,571 / 806 11,377 scrimmage in a player’s first three Monday Night Football games
4. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 119 / 9,142 9,261 with 494 after Week 5’s 127-yard game.
5. John Stallworth, 1974-87 111 / 8,723 8,834
6. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 4,729 / 2,219 6,948 MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN A PLAYER’S
FIRST THREE MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL GAMES
MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS: STEELERS HISTORY Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
Rk. STEELER RUSHING TDs T1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 494
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 91 Barry Sanders, DET 494
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 78 3. Eric Dickerson, L.A. Rams 491
3. Kordell Stewart, 1995-2002 35
4. Terry Bradshaw, 1970-83 32
5. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 30
5,000 IN 42
MOST 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY RB Le’veon Bell reached 5,000 yards from scrimmage in Week
Rk. STEELER 100-YARD GAMES
11’s game at Cleveland in 2016, his 42nd career regular-season
1. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 50
game, marking the fewest games in Steelers history to the mark:
2. Franco Harris, 1972-83 47
3. Willie Parker, 2004-09 25
4. Barry Foster, 1990-94 20 FEWEST GAMES TO 5,000 SCRIMMAGE
5. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 17 Rk. PLAYER YARDS: STEELERS HISTORY
1. Le’Veon Bell 42
MOST 150-SCRIMMAGE YARDS GAMES: STEELERS HISTORY 2. Jerome Bettis 52
Rk. STEELER 150-YARD GAMES T3. Willie Parker 56
1. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 14 Franco Harris 56
2. Franco Harris, 1972-83 12 5. John Henry Johnson 64
3. Antonio Brown, 2010-17 9
T4. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 7 Bell also reached the plateau in the second-fewest games
Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 7 among active NFL players (Chris Johnson: 41).

MOST 100-SCRIMMAGE YARD GAMES: 6,500 IN 52


STEELERS HISTORY
Rk. STEELER, YEARS 100-YARD GAMES RB Le’veon Bell eclipsed 6,500 yards from scrimmage in the
1. Franco Harris, 1972-83 57 52nd regular-season game of his NFL career in Week Five of 2017
2. Jerome Bettis, 1996-2005 53 vs. Jacksonville to become the fastest player in Steelers history
T3. Le’Veon Bell, 2013-17 35 to the mark (Jerome Bettis: 70) and tying LaDanian Tomlinson for
Antonio Brown, 2010-17 35 the third-fewest games in NFL history to the milestone (Edgerrin
5. Hines Ward, 1998-2011 31 James: 50 and Eric Dickerson: 51).

3,000 AND 1,500 FEWEST GAMES TO 6,500 SCRIMMAGE


Rk. PLAYER YARDS: NFL HISTORY
RB Le’veon Bell became the third player in Steelers history 1. Edgerrin James 50
with at least 3,000 rushing and 1,500 receiving yards in Week 2. Eric Dickerson 51
Six at Miami in 2016, joining Franco Harris and Merril Hoge. T3. Le’Veon Bell 52
Bell reached the 3,000 rushing and 1,500 receiving yard mark LaDanian Tomlinson 52
in his 38th career regular-season game, surpassing Edgerrin 5. Terrell Davis 53
James (42 games) for the fewest games in NFL history to reach
the milestone.
OCTO-BELL DECEM-BELL
Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled
2,475 yards from scrimmage - the most in the NFL in games 1,686 yards from scrimmage in the month of December - the
played in October since 2013: second most in the NFL in games played in December since
2013, and his 1,216 rushing yards in games played in the month
MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN of December since 2013 are third most:
OCTOBER: 2013 - CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN
1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 2,475 DECEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
2. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,996 Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
3. T.Y. Hilton, IND 1,832 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,954
4. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 1,808 2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,686
5. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOU 1,743 3. Antonio Brown, PIT 1,578
4. Matt Forte, CHI-NYJ 1,508
His 1,761 rushing yards are tops in games played in the month 5. Demaryius Thomas, DEN 1,423
of October since 2013:
MOST RUSHING YARDS IN GAMES PLAYED IN
MOST RUSHING YARDS IN GAMES PLAYED IN DECEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
OCTOBER: 2013 - CURRENT Rk. PLAYER RUSHINGYARDS
Rk. PLAYER RUSHINGYARDS 1. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,552
1. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,761 2. Frank Gore, SF-IND 1,271
2. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,587 3. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,216
3. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOUR 1,337 4. DeMarco Murrary, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,153
4. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOU 1,331 5. Lamar Miller, MIA-HOU 1,097
5. Frank Gore, SF-IND 1,284

NOVEM-BELL
Since entering the NFL in 2013, RB Le’veon Bell has totaled
1,765 yards from scrimmage in the month of November - the
second-most yards in November games over the last three
seasons:

MOST YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN GAMES PLAYED IN


NOVEMBER: 2013 - CURRENT
Rk. PLAYER SCRIMMAGE YARDS
1. Antonio Brown, PIT 1,802
2. Le’Veon Bell, PIT 1,765
2. LeSean McCoy, PHI-BUF 1,728
4. DeMarco Murray, DAL-PHI-TEN 1,650
5. Mark Ingram, NO 1,525
HARRISON SETS TEAM SACK MARK SHAZIER ON THE INSIDE
LB James Harrison brought down Cleveland QB Cody LB Ryan Shazier leads the Steelers’ defense with 57 tackles
Kessler in Week 11’s game of 2016 to increase his Steelers in 2017 and has led or tied for the team lead in tackles in five of
sack total to 77.5 to set the Steelers mark for the most sacks the team’s seven games. Along with 57 tackles, the fourth-year
since the statistic became official in 1982. Harrison posted his linebacker has totaled two interceptions, six passes defensed,
first sack of 2017 in Week Six at Kansas City, becoming the first two quarterback hits, three tackles for losses, two forced fumbles
Steeler with at least 80.0 sacks since the stat became official in and a fumble recovery.
1982: His 57 combined tackles place him tied for seventh among all
NFL defenders in 2017:
STEELERS SACK LEADERS SINCE 1982
Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS NFL TACKLE LEADERS: 2017
1. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-16 80.5 Rk. PLAYER, TEAM TACKLES
2. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 77.0 1. C.J. Mosley, BAL 64
3. Joey Porter, 1999-2006 60.0 T2. Blake Martinez, GB 63
Zach Brown, WAS 63
Harrison produced his 19th multi-sack game as a Steeler with T4. Demario Davis, NYJ 59
a two sack performance in Week Nine at Baltimore in 2016. His Christian Kirksey, CLE 59
19 multi-sack games as a Steeler are the most such games in 6. Telvin Smith, JAC 58
team history since the statistic became official in 1982: T7. Ryan Shazier, PIT 57
Wesley Woodyard, TEN 57
STEELERS MULTI-SACK GAMES SINCE 1982
Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS In Week Four’s 26-9 win at Baltimore, Shazier led the defense
1. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-15 19 with 11 tackles (10 solo), along with a tackle for loss, one inter-
2. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 17 ception and three passes defensed. The interception marked the
3. LaMarr Woodley, 2007-13 16 fifth of his NFL career, picking off Baltimore QB Joe Flacco in the
fourth quarter.
The linebacker also ranks second in team history for career Shazier totaled a team high 7 tackles (4 solo) and added a
forced fumbles, behind only Greg Lloyd (since 1987): quarterback hit in the Steelers’ 21-18 Kickoff Weekend win at
Cleveland.
STEELERS FORCED FUMBLE LEADERS SINCE 1987 He recorded 8 tackles (7 solo) to tie for the team lead, along
Rk. STEELER, YEARS FORCED FUMBLES with a pass defensed, in the team’s regular-season Week Two
1. Greg Lloyd, 1988-97 36 home opener against Minnesota.
2. James Harrison, 2002-12, 2014-15 32 The fourth-year linebacker registered a game high 11 tackles
3. Jason Gildon, 1994-2003 18 (11 solo), with a tackle for loss, two forced fumbles and a fumble
recovery at Chicago in Week Three.
BIG PLAY GAY
MITCHELL IN THE BACKFIELD
CB William Gay notched 5 tackles in Pittsburgh’s Week One
21-18 win at Cleveland. In Week Seven vs. Cincinnati, Gay hauled S Mike Mitchell tallied 1 solo tackle in Week One’s 21-18 win
in an interception, marking the 13th of his NFL career and 11th at Cleveland and tallied a pass defensed with two tackles in Week
as a Steeler, picking off Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton. Two vs. Minnesota.
Gay picked off Cincinnati QB AJ McCarron and returned the ball Mitchell led Pittsburgh’s secondary with 11 total tackles, all solo,
23 yards for a touchdown in Week 14’s game of 2015. It marked in Week Three at Chicago, along with adding one pass defensed.
Gay’s fifth consecutive interception return for a touchdown, setting Through Week Seven, Mitchell has tallied 27 total tackles (16
a new NFL record, and his fifth pick six with the Steelers, tying solo), two passes defensed and one quarterback hit.
Rod Woodson for the most in team history:
HEYWARD ON THE END
MOST CONSECUTIVE INTERCEPTION-TOUCHDOWNS -
NFL HISTORY DE Cameron Heyward recorded his fourth sack of 2017 in
Rk. PLAYER, YEARS INT-TDs Week Seven’s 29-14 win vs. Cincinnati, increasing his career
1. William Gay, 2013-17 5 total to 29.0.
T2. Captain Munnerylyn, 2012-13 4 His 29.0 quarterback takedowns are the fourth-most by a
Charles Tillman, 2012 4 Steelers defensive lineman since 1982:
Tedy Bruschi, 2002-03 4
STEELERS DEFENSIVE LINEMAN SACK LEADERS -
MOST INTERCEPTION-TOUCHDOWNS - SINCE 1982
STEELERS HISTORY Rk. STEELER, YEARS SACKS
Rk. STEELER, YEARS INT-TDs 1. Keith Willis, 1982-91 59.0
T1. William Gay, 2007-11, ‘13-17 5 2. Aaron Smith, 1999-2011 44.0
Rod Woodson, 1987-96 5 3. Brett Keisel, 2002-14 30.0
T3. Chad Scott, 1997-2004 4 4. Cameron Heyward, 2011-17 29.0
Jack Butler, 1951-59 4 5. Keith Gary, 1983-88 25.0
T5. Five Steelers Tied 3
Heywardproduced the third multi-sack game in his regular-sea-
With his fifth interception returned for a touchdown, Gay son career, bringing down Baltimore QB Joe Flacco twice in Week
became the 10th active NFL defender with five pick sixes and Four, He was also credited with a forced fumble and fumble
increased his career total to 10 interceptions, eight as a Steeler. recovery in the second quarter.
WATT IN ROOKIE YEAR HADEN JOINS THE STEELERS
LB T.J. Watt - the Steelers’ first round selection the 2017 The Steelers signed CB Joe Haden to a three-year contract
NFL Draft - has recorded 25 tackles (20 solo), 4.0 sacks, six on Aug. 30.
tackles for losses, six quarterback hits, three passes defensed Haden, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, made his Steelers debut,
ad an interception in six games played, all starts, in his rookie appearing in the 91st game of his NFL regular-season career
season. and posted six tackles and 1.0 sack, on Kickoff Weekend at the
Watt’s 4.0 sacks rank him tied for first among the 2017 rookie Cleveland Browns. He brought down Cleveland QB DeShone
class and tied as the second-most by a Steelers rookie: Kizer for a sack of three yards to end the first half – his first sack
with the Steelers – third of his NFL career – and first since Sept.
NFL ROOKIE SACK LEADERS: 2007 11, 2011 (with Cleveland). In Week Seven vs. Cincinnati, Haden
Rk. PLAYER, TEAM SACKS hauled in the 20th interception of his NFL career and his first as a
T1. T.J. Watt, PIT 4.0 Steeler, picking off Cincinnati QB Andy Dalton in the third quarter.
2. Myles Garrett, CLE 4.0 His 105 passes defensed since entering the NFL in 2010 are
3. Carl Lawson, CIN 3.5 the second-most among all NFL defenders:

STEELERS ROOKIE SACK LEADERS NFL PASSES DEFENSED LEADERS:


Rk. PLAYER, YEAR SACKS 2010-CURRENT
1. Kendrell Bell, 2001 9.0 Rk. PLAYER, TEAM(S) PD
T2. T.J. Watt, 2017 4.0 1. Brent Grimes, ATL-MIA-TB 109
Bud Dupree, 2015 4.0 2. Joe Haden, CLE-PIT 105
LaMarr Woodley, 2007 4.0 3. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, ARI-PHI-DEN-NYG 99
4. Tramon Williams, GB-CLE-ARI 98
Watt started his regular-season career in historical fashion. 5. Jonathan Joseph, CIN-HOU 97
He became the first player to record at least 2.0 sacks and an
interception in an NFL debut on Kickoff Weekend since sacks The University of Florida product was a first-round (seventh
became an official statistic in 1982. He finished Week 1’s 21-18 overall) draft selection of the Browns in 2010. He has started 88-
win at Cleveland with 6 tackles (5 solo), 2.0 sacks, two tackles of-97 games played in the NFL and his career numbers include
for losses, one quarterback hit and one interception. 383 tackles (310 solo), 20 interceptions, 105 passes defensed,
With his 2.0 sack and one interception performance, Watt four forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 3.0 sacks.
became:
• Third player in NFL history to record 2.0 sacks and an in- 1000 AND 20
terception in an NFL debut, joining Charles Glaze (Oct. 4,
1987) and Tommy Haynes (Oct. 4, 1987). CB Joe Haden is the ninth active player in the NFL to record
at least 100 passes defensed and 20 interceptions. Haden tallied
• First Steeler with at least 2.0 sacks in their NFL debut since his first interception as a Steeler and the 20th of his NFL career
sacks became an official statistic in 1982 (previous mark, in the team’s 29-14 win vs. Cincinnati in Week Seven.
1.5, Kenny Davidson, Sept. 9, 1990 at Cleveland).
WILLIAMS ON THE ‘D’
• First Steeler with at least 2.0 sacks and an interception in
the same game since 2010 (LaMarr Woodley, Dec. 12 vs. LB Vince Williams has set a single-season career high and is
Cincinnati). tied with a team-leading 4.0 sacks through the first seven games
of the 2017 season, surpassing his previous mark of 2.0 in 2016.
HILTON MAKING AN IMPACT He posted his first career multi-sack game, finishing with 2.0
against the Chiefs in Week Six.
CB Mike Hilton tallied the first sack and interception of his Williams has started each of the team’s seven games in 2017,
NFL career in the Steelers’ 26-9 win at Baltimore in Week Four. and recorded 33 tackles (28 solo), along with a career-best five
His sack, a six-yard takedown of Baltimore QB Joe Flacco came quarterback hits and adding five tackles for losses.
in the third quarter, and his interception off of Flacco in the fourth
quarter.
The Mississippi product joined the Steelers’ practice squad
in December of 2016, and he has started one-of-seven games
played with Pittsburgh in 2017, recording 23 tackles (16 solo),
1.0 sack, one interception, four quarterback hits and three tackles
for losses.
BOS-DOES-WELL A LAND DOWN IN THE 20
K Chris Boswell has converted 16-of-18 field goal attempts P Jordan Berry boomed six punts covering 275 yards (45.8
in 2017. He was successful on each of his three extra point average) in the team’s 21-18 win at Cleveland on Kickoff Week-
attempts in the team’s 21-18 win at Cleveland in Week One, end, and landed two inside Chicago’s 20-yard line in Week Three.
and converted each of his four field goal attempts in the team’s Through Week Seven, Berry has punted 30 times (1,252 yards)
26-9 win in Week Two against Minnesota at Heinz Field. Against for a 41.7 average, in 2017, with 10 landing inside the opponent
Jacksonville in Week Five, Boswell made each of his three field 20.
goal tries, and converted a 24-yard attempt in Week Six at Kan- Berry, in his third season in the NFL and with the Steelers, has
sas City. Boswell converted five field goal attempts, (22-, 24- and pinned opponents inside their 20-yard line 63 times in his career
41-, 49-, 25-yards), tying as the fourth-most in a single game in to become the seventh player in Steelers history with at least 50.
franchise history and the second-most in his NFL career (six, Dec.
18, 2016 at Cincinnati) in Week Seven’s 29-14 win vs. Cincinnati.
Since joining the Steelers in 2015, Boswell is 66-of-75 overall
on field goal attempts (88.0%), including 25-of-30 (83.3%) be-
tween 40-49 yards.
His 88.0 field goal percent ranks first in Steelers history among
kickers with at least 30 field goal attempts:

STEELERS FIELD GOAL % LEADERS


(Minimum 30 Attempts)
Rk. KICKER, YEARS FGM-FGA FG%
1. Chris Boswell, 2015-17 66-75 88.0
2. Shaun Suisham, 2010-14 124-141 87.9
3. Norm Johnson, 1995-98 105-127 82.7
4. Jeff Reed, 2002-10 204-249 81.9
5. Gary Anderson, 1982-94 309-395 78.2

Boswell became the eighth player in team history with at least


60 field goals made in Week Four, a game in which he broke a
tie with Mike Clark for sole possession of the eighth-most field
goals in Steelers history, and surpassed Lou Michaels (62) for
the seventh-most field goals in team history in Week Seven:

STEELERS FIELD GOALS MADE LEADERS


Rk. KICKER, YEARS FGM
1. Gary Anderson, 1982-94 309
2. Jeff Reed, 2002-10 204
3. Roy Gerela, 1971-78 146
4. Shaun Suisham, 2010-14 124
5. Norm Johnson, 1995-98 105
6. Kris Brown, 1999-2001 80
7. Chris Boswell, 2015-17 66
8. Lou Michaels, 1961-63 62

BOZ TIES TEAM MARK


K Chris Boswell was successful on each of his six field goal
attempts (45, 49, 49, 40, 49, 30) in Week 15’s 24-20 win at Cin-
cinnati in 2016.
Boswell tied a a franchise single-game record with six field
goals made (Jeff Reed: Dec. 1, 2002 and Gary Anderson: Oct.
23, 1988):

STEELERS SINGLE-GAME FIELD GOALS MADE LEADERS


Rk. STEELER FGM
T1. Chris Boswell, Dec. 18, 2016 6
Jeff Reed, Dec. 1, 2002 6
Gary Anderson, Oct. 23, 1988 6
PRESEASON GAME #1 PRESEASON GAME #2
PITTSBURGH 20, NEW YORK GIANTS 12 PITTSBURGH 17, ATLANTA 13
AUG. 11, 2017 AUG. 20, 2017
METLIFE STADIUM (73,979) HEINZ FIELD (48,809)

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – A pair of Pittsburgh’s 2017 PITTSBURGH, Pa. – RB/PR Trey Williams ignited a Steelers’
rookie draft class members highlighted the team’s first preseason come-from-behind win over the Atlanta Falcons at Heinz Field,
game of the season. Rookie QB Joshua Dobbs and OLB T.J. courtesy of a special teams’ touchdown in the third quarter.
Watt made their NFL debuts and each helped their respective Trailing 13-3, Williams fielded a punt and burst through the
units to lead the team to a 20-12 win at the New York Giants. coverage unit of the Falcons to the end zone for a 64-yard score.
The Giants opened up the scoreboard with field goals Pittsburgh QB Bart Houston connected with WR Justin
from Aldrick Rosas and Mike Nugent in the opening two Hunter for the Steelers’ go-ahead score from six yards
quarters before Steelers’ K Chris Boswell connected on a out in the fourth quarter to lift the team to a 17-13 win.
48-yard field goal to make the score 6-3 in the second quarter. Atlanta produced three consecutive scoring drives to begin the
Pittsburgh’s special teams unit sparked the team prior to game - a touchdown and two field goals – their only points of the game
halftime. CB Mike Hilton recovered a muffed punt of the Giants as the Steelers’ defense closed out their ensuring 11 possessions.
at their 28-yard line. On the team’s first play of the drive, Dobbs Steelers rookie RB James Conner, appearing in
connected with WR Cobi Hamilton for a 28-yard touchdown to his first NFL game at Heinz Field, rushed for 98 yards
give the Steelers a 10-9 lead heading into halftime. on 20 carries (4.9 average) to lead all running backs.
Nugent and Boswell traded field goals in the third stanza and Pittsburgh