What to keep an eye on in regular-season game No. 6 against the Cardinals:
ROLLING AT HOME: The Steelers will have a chance to build upon their NFL-best 251-98-1 record at home since 1970.
SACK ATTACK: The defense will look to keep pressuring the pocket, something it's done well enough through the first five games to register 16 sacks, the most by a Steelers' defense at that juncture of a season since 2010 (17).
A.B. W: WR Antonio Brown has said he'd like the ball more often than he got it against the Chargers (six targets, three catches, 45 receiving yards). Offensive Coordinator Todd Haley has said Brown got the ball the appropriate amount of times given that the Steelers won the game. Can the Steelers get the ball to Brown more often? And will they have to against Arizona.
TRIPLE THREAT: RB Le'Veon Bell has surpassed 100 yards from scrimmage in each of his three games this season (132 against St. Louis, 150 against Baltimore and 111 against San Diego). Will the Steelers continue to need as much from Bell and will they get it?
PLAYS ON THE BALL: The defense has registered an interception in three consecutive games, matching the season-long streak from last season (Oct. 20-Nov. 2) in that department.
CJ2K NOT TODAY: Cardinals RB Chris Johnson has failed to rush for over 100 yards in seven career games against the Steelers, although he came close with Tennessee in 2012 (19 carries for 91 yards). Last season Johnson gained 23 yards on seven carries for the Jets.