Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Broncos heading into the AFC Divisional round.
FROM THE STEELERS**
• With a win, would even the all-time postseason series vs. the Denver Broncos at 4 games each.
• Pittsburgh looks to improve to 16-8 in AFC Divisional game postseason game history and to 3-3 in road Divisional playoff games.
• The Steelers will aim to advance to the AFC Championship game for the 16th time in franchise history and for the first time since the 2010 season.
• Pittsburgh would become 35-23 in the postseason in team history with a victory and move into sole possession for the most playoff wins in NFL history.
FROM HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN
• With a win, would improve to 7-4 in the postseason.
• Would even his postseason record against the Denver Broncos at 1-1 with a victory.
QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER
• Needs three pass completions to record 300 in his postseason career and to become the first quarterback in Steelers history with 300 in the postseason.
• Is 121 passing yards from surpassing Terry Bradshaw (3,833) for the most in Steelers postseason history.
• Would improve to 12-5 all-time as a starter in the postseason with a win and 5-1 on the road in the playoffs.
• Two or more touchdown passes to register his eighth career multi-touchdown passing game in the postseason.
• Would record his third 300-yard playoff game with 300 yards (337 vs. Jacksonville, 1/5/2008 and 334 vs. Baltimore, Jan. 3, 2015).
• With 300 passing yards, would tie Terry Bradshaw (3) for the most 300-yard games in Steelers postseason history.
WR ANTONIO BROWN
• Is four catches from becoming the eighth Steeler with 30 career postseason receptions.
• Needs 104 receiving yards to tally 500 in his postseason career and become the seventh player in team history with 500 receiving yards in the playoffs.
• Will record the first touchdown catch of his postseason career with a scoring grab.
RB DeANGELO WILLIAMS**
• Will record the first touchdown run of his postseason career with a rushing score.
TE HEATH MILLER
• Is two catches from 50 in his postseason career.
• Needs one touchdown catch to post the fifth of his postseason career and to become the fifth Steelers player with at least five postseason scoring receptions.
LB JAMES HARRISON
• Needs a half-sack to tally his eighth sack in postseason history.