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.
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.