By the Numbers: 88-yard path to pay dirt

PITTSBURGH, Pa. - A deep dive into the numbers from the Week 6 game against the Arizona Cardinals.


Wide receiver/running back Dri Archer established a new career long kickoff return of 35 yards to start the second half.


Safety Mike Mitchell logged his seventh career interception when he picked off Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer in the endzone late in the fourth quarter. It was his first interception as a Steeler.


Linebacker James Harrison increased his Steelers sack total to 71.5 after finding his way to Carson Palmer in the third quarter. Harrison has 73.5 total sacks in his NFL career.


Harrison also forced a fumble, bringing his career forced fumbles total to 29, all in a Steelers uniform.


Quarterback Landry Jones logged some impressive stats vs. Arizona. Jones took a knee to close the game after going 8/12 for 168 yards, including 2 touchdown passes (both to Martavis Bryant) and 0 interceptions. His quarterback rating: 149.3.


The path of Martavis Bryant's 88-yard touchdown catch and run, as seen from above.


The number of hands linebacker Lawrence Timmons needed to snag an interception from a pass deflected by Vince Williams.


Of his four field goal attempts (47 yards, 48 yards, 51 yards, and 28 yards), kicker Chris Boswell connected on...all of them. Boswell is now 5-for-5 on the season, including four from 40-plus yards.


After it was all said and done, the Steelers offense left the field with 469 total yards in the stat book.

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