Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Seahawks heading into the Week 12 contest at CenturyLink Field.
Pittsburgh's offense has generated 6.3 yards per play in 2015 (3,849 yards on 609 plays), the second-best in the NFL in 2015 behind only the Arizona Cardinals average of 6.5 (4,173 yards on 639 plays).
The Steelers' rushing offense is tied with the Minnesota Vikings for the NFL lead with a 4.9 yards per rushing play average in 2015. The Steelers have rushed for 1,261 yards on 258 rushing plays.
The Steelers rushing game has also produced 13 rushing plays of 20 or more yards - the highest total of all NFL teams in 2015. The Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are tied for second with 12.
On defense, the Steelers have recorded 28 quarterback sacks in 2015 - tied as the eighth-most on the season. The Denver Broncos currently lead the league in sacks with 34.
Pittsburgh has held opponents to an average of 19.1 points per game and 93.0 rushing yards per game - tied as the fifth-best mark in both categories through Week 11 this season. In points per game, the Steelers trail the Patriots (18.2), Broncos (18.3), Vikings (18.4) and Bengals 18.6. In rushing yards per game, the Steelers trail the Falcons (87.4), Patriots (88.8), Jets (91.6) and Chiefs (92.6).