Noteworthy stats heading into Week 13

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Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Colts heading into the Week 13 contest at Heinz Field.

FROM THE STEELERS**
• With a win, the Steelers will improve to 430-276-2 during the regular season since 1970.
• The Steelers look to improve to 16-6 all-time against the Colts in the regular season and to 11-2 at home.
• Pittsburgh aims for its third consecutive win against Indianapolis (2011: 23-20 and 2014: 51-34).

FROM HEAD COACH MIKE TOMLIN
• A win would improve Tomlin to 89-51 during the regular season, inlcuding 52-19 at home.
• Coach Tomlin looks to improve to 3-1 in the regular season against Indianapolis and move to 2-1 at home vs. the Colts.
• With a win, would improve to 23-12 in the month of December and to 16-6 in the month at home.

FROM QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER
• Is 23 pass completions from 200 in 2015 to mark his 10th consecutive year with at least 200.
• Will extend his consecutive games played with 300 passing yards or more to four with his next 300-yard game to establish a new career-long streak.

FROM WR ANTONIO BROWN
• Is 49 receiving yards from becoming the third player in Steelers history with 6,500 (Hines Ward: 12,083 and John Stallworth: 8,723).
• With his next touchdown catch, will move into a tie for eighth in team history with Ray Mathews (34).
• With his next 100-yard game, will become the third player in in franchise history with 23-such performances in the regular season (Hines Ward – 29 and John Stallworth – 25).
• One punt return for a touchdown to tie Antwaan Randle El (4) for the most in Steelers history.

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The best photos of Running Back DeAngelo Williams from the 2015 season thus far.

FROM RB DeANGELO WILLIAMS**
• Will record the 21st 100-yard rushing game of his career with his next 100-yard performance.

FROM DE CAMERON HEYWARD
• With 2.5 sacks will match a single-season career-high set in 2014 with 7.5

FROM LB JAMES HARRISON
• One multi-sack game to break a tie with Jason Gildon (17) for the most such games in team history.

FROM CB WILLIAM GAY
• Will match Rod Woodson (5) for the most interceptions returned for touchdowns in team history with his next pick six.

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