By the Numbers: Steelers on MNF


Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Chargers heading into the Week 5 Monday Night Football contest.

PITTSBURGH, Pa.**- A deep dive into the all-time Steelers numbers on Monday Night Football.


The Steelers are 42-24 all-time on Monday Night Football. 42 Monday Night Football wins is the third most Monday night wins in the NFL behind only the 49ers (47) and Cowboys (43).


The Steelers 42-24 record comes out to a .636 Monday Night Football winning percentage. .636 is the third highest winning percentage in the league on Monday nights behind only the Seahawks (.742) and 49ers (.653).


The Steelers and Chargers are meeting for the third time on Monday Night Football in regular season series history, with the series split at one game each.


Head Coach Mike Tomlin has guided the Steelers to a 9-2 (.818) record in Monday Night Football contests, including a 4-2 mark on the road.


On Monday, November 17, 2014 the Steelers defeated the Tennessee Titans 27-24. During this game, RB Le'Veon Bell rushed the ball 33 times for 204 yards and one touchdown. Bell's 204 are the most rushing yards all-time by a Steelers playing on Monday night.


LB James Harrison recorded 3.5 sacks for a loss of 25.5 yards during a November 5, 2007 Monday night game vs. Baltimore. These 3.5 sacks represent the highest sack total of any Steelers player on Monday night.


The most points the Steelers offense has ever scored on Monday night is 45 in a 2007 contest at Atlanta. The Steelers defense has pitched a shutout on Monday night four times: vs. Miami in 2007, vs, Buffalo in 1993, vs. Cincinnati in 1992 and vs. San Francisco in 1977.

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