Sunday will be the eighth time the Steelers and Broncos meet in the postseason, a team they have had more postseason matchups with than any other. The Steelers are 3-4 against the Broncos in postseason play, including 2-2 in Divisional Playoff games.
The Steelers win in the Wild Card round last week was the team's 34th postseason win, tying the Dallas Cowboys for most postseason wins in NFL history.
For fans who love seeing their team in the postseason, the Steelers have delivered throughout the years. The Steelers have played in 57 playoff games, second only to the Dallas Cowboys who lead the NFL with 60 playoff game appearances.
The Steelers have played in the Divisional Playoff round 24 times in their storied history and have won 15 of those games.
Ben Roethlisberger tied Hall of Famer Lynn Swann with the fourth-most receptions in Steelers' postseason history with 48 career postseason catches.
With his 11th postseason win last week, Ben Roethlisberger has the fifth-best win percentage, .688, in NFL playoff history (minimum 15 starts).
Linebacker William Gay has recorded 49 tackles, 33 or them solo stops, in 15 career postseason games.