4 things that stood out vs. Seahawks

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  • Ben Roethlisberger, who left the game in the closing minutes to undergo concussion protocol, finished with 36 completions for 456 yards and one touchdown. The 456 yards are the most allowed by the Seahawks in team history.
  • Wide receiver Markus Wheaton had his best NFL game with career-highs for receptions (9) and receiving yards (201). It was the most receiving yards allowed by the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field since it opened in 2002. Wheaton also had a 69-yard touchdown reception.
  • DeAngelo Williams had only eight carries for 29 yards, but that included a six-yard touchdown run. His contributions were valuable in other aspects on offense, including his blocking. Williams had seven receptions for 88 yards, including a 34-yard reception. Williams also had a key 14-yard reception to convert on third-and-12.
  • Turnovers hurt the Steelers, with three of the four interceptions leading to 19 points by the Seahawks. Ben Roethlisberger threw two interceptions that led to touchdowns, while one of Landry Jones' interceptions led to a touchdown.
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