A deep dive into the numbers from the Week 14 game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Contrary to the 63-degree temperature at kickoff, it's mid-December.
Running back DeAngelo Williams rushed one yard for a touchdown on two separate occasions in Week 14, making him responsible for 12 of the Steelers' 33 points.
Tight end Heath Miller caught all ten of the passes thrown his way, for a 100% catch percentage. He finished with 66 yards.
Three different Steelers defenders came up with interceptions in Week 14, including safety Robert Golden, cornerback William Gay, and defensive end Stephon Tuitt.
Speaking of interceptions, William Gay's pick went 23 yards the other way to the endzone. Gay is now tied with Rod Woodson for most career interceptions returned for touchdowns in team history with 5.
The Steelers punt unit did its job, allowing the Bengals to return punts exactly zero yards throughout the game.
Kicker Chris Boswell was perfect in Week 14, connecting on all four of his field goal attempts and all three of his extra point attempts. Boswell was responsible for 15 of the Steelers' 33 points.
A major difference in this game was time of possession. The Steelers controlled the ball for 35:47. Compared to the Bengals' 24:13 time of possession, the Steelers offense had the ball in their possession for eleven minutes and 34 seconds longer than the Bengals.
Linebacker Lawrence Timmons led the Steelers defense with 8 combined tackles (4 solo, 4 assists).
The Steelers made history in Week 14. With the win over Cincinnati the Steelers are the first franchise in NFL history to have three different head coaches reach the 90 win milestone. READ MORE
The Steelers have scored 30 points or more in six of their 13 games in 2015, including each of the previous five games. This five-game streak is a franchise record, dating back to November 8, 2015.
The Steelers have won nine straight games in the month of December dating back to December 15, 2013, which ties the Steelers with the Carolina Panthers for the longest active December winning streak in the NFL.
The Steelers defense has made its mark in the red zone during the 2015 season, recording six red zone takeaways in 2015 (5 interceptions, 1 fumble recovery. It marks the most red zone takeaways by the Steelers defense since 2005 (7).
The Steelers have scored 82 points at the end of the half in 2015 (less than two minutes left in the half), and entered the Week 14 game with an NFL-best 79 points in the category.
The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to Paul Brown Stadium for an AFC North matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.