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By The Numbers: 30 never looked so good

The best photos of Linebacker James Harrison from the 2015 season thus far.


Age is definitely just a number when it comes to 37-year old James Harrison, who can make any young quarterback quiver when he sees him coming.


How many teams have scored 30 points on the Denver Broncos this year? That would be one, the Steelers, who defeated the Broncos 34-27 at Heinz Field last week.


The Steelers have scored 30 or more points in six straight games, extending a franchise record and it's currently the longest active streak in the NFL.


It was a battle of wills when the Steelers played the Cincinnati Bengals in a key AFC North matchup two weeks ago, but the Steelers put 33 points on the board in that one to defeat the Bengals 33-20.


Thanks to a last second field goal by Chris Boswell the Steelers were able to defeat the Oakland Raiders 38-35 earlier this season, the second-highest point total of the year for the black and gold.


Big Play Will Gay, the Steelers 'Pick 6' machine, also is one of those age-defying players who at 30-years old has never missed a game. He has played in 142 consecutive games, the longest active streak for a defensive back in the NFL.


Maybe it's their age, or maybe it's just because they are both that good, but 33-year olds Ben Roethlisberger and Heath Miller have a chemistry that is unparalleled.


There aren't many 32-year old running backs carrying the load for an NFL team these days, but there also aren't many running backs like DeAngelo Williams.

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