Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Ravens heading into Thursday night's primetime AFC North contest.
Antonio Brown has posted 100 receiving yards or better in each of the first three games of 2015 season (133 yards at New England, 195 yards vs. San Francisco and 108 at St. Louis). These three 100 yards receiving games ranks him tied for 1st in the NFL.
Brown has five receptions of 25 yards already in 2015. Brown hauled in receptions of 37 and 33 yards at New England in the season opener. He followed up that performance with catches of 59, 56 and 28 yards in Week 2 vs. San Francisco. These five receptions of 25 yards ranks him tied for 1st in the NFL.
On 3rd down, Brown is the man for the Steelers offense. Through three weeks of the 2015 season, Brown has recorded 12 receptions on 3rd down, a total that has him again tied for 1st among all NFL receivers.
Through three weeks Antonio Brown has 436 receiving yards and 436 total yards from scrimmage, both of which rank him 2nd in the NFL in their respective categories. Brown's 436 yards puts him behind only the Falcons' Julio Jones (440) in both categories.
Antonio Brown enters the Steelers' Week 4 game vs. the Ravens averaging 145.3 receiving yards per game. This total ranks him 2nd in the league, 1.4 yards per a game behind the Falcons' Julio Jones who currently leads the league with an average of 146.7 yards per a game.
Brown currently ranks tied for 3rd in the NFL with 29 receptions behind only Julio Jones from the Falcons (34 rec.) and Julian Edelman from the Patriots (30 rec.). Of those 29 receptions, 19 have resulted in a 1st down for the Steelers. These 19 receptions for 1st downs is the 2nd highest total in the league behind only Jones (23).