QB BEN ROETHLISBERGER
Here is a look at the statistical leaders for the both the Steelers and Broncos heading into the Week 15 contest at Heinz Field.
• Needs 11 passing yards to become the sixth quarterback in NFL history to throw for 3,000 yards in 10 consecutive seasons.
• Is 19 pass completions from 250 in 2015 to mark his fifth consecutive year with at least 250 and set a franchise record for consecutive seasons with 250 completions.
WR ANTONIO BROWN
• With his next touchdown, will move into sole possession for 10th on the Steelers' all-time touchdown chart with 41.
• With two touchdown catches, will move into a tie for seventh on the team's touchdown reception chart with Elbie Nickel (37).
• With his next 100-yard game, will become the third player in in franchise history with 24-such performances in the regular season (Hines Ward – 29 and John Stallworth – 25).
• Is 103 receiving yards from becoming the first player in team history with back-to-back 1,500-yard campaigns.
• With 110 receptions in 2015, will extend his franchise record of consecutive seasons with at least 110 catches to three.
• With 110 catches in 2015, will become the second player in NFL history to record 110 or more receptions in three consecutive years (Wes Welker, 2007-09).
• One punt return for a touchdown to break a tie Antwaan Randle El (4) for the most in Steelers history.
TE HEATH MILLER**
• With his next receptions in 2015, will record his fifth consecutive 50-catch season.
RB DeANGELO WILLIAMS
• Will record the 22nd 100-yard rushing game of his career with his next 100-yard performance.
DE CAMERON HEYWARD
• With 1.5 sacks will match a single-season career-high set in 2014 with 7.5.
LB JAMES HARRISON
• Is three sacks from setting the Steelers sack record (Jason Gildon, 77.0) since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
CB WILLIAM GAY
• Will break a tie with Rod Woodson (5) for the most interceptions returned for touchdowns in team history with his next pick six.
K CHRIS BOSWELL
• Is one field goal made from tying Kris Brown (25, 1999) for the most field goals by a Steelers rookie/first-year kicker.