The Pittsburgh Steelers return home 3-1 following the “first quarter” of the 2017 NFL season. This Sunday they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Here are some of the statistics you should keep an eye on in this game.
The Steelers look to improve to 22-10 all-time against the Chiefs in regular-season history and to 11-6 in road games at Kansas City.
With a win, the Steelers will have extended their streak to consecutive road wins at AFC teams to seven, dating back to Nov. 20, 2016 at Cleveland.
His next interception, Ryan Shazier will match his single-season best of three (2016).
Antonio Brown is 78 receiving yards from joining Hines Ward (12,083) as the second player in team history with at least 9,000 receiving yards.
With 88 receiving yards against the Chiefs, Brown will tie Randy Moss (107) for the fourth-fewest games played to reach 9,000 career receiving yards.
Brown is 78 receiving yards away from joining Hines Ward (12,083) as the second player in team history with at least 9,000 receiving yards.
With a win, Ben Roethlisberger would improve to 6-1 vs. Kansas City in the regular season as a starter and to 2-1 at on the road at the Chiefs.
Big Ben is one 300-yard passing game from notching 50 in his regular-season NFL career.
Ben Roethlisberger will become the 11th quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 300 yards in 50 regular-season games and the ninth to do so with one team with 300 yards or more on Sunday.
Le’Veon Bell’s next 100-yard rushing game will mark the 16th of his NFL career and will break a with tie John Henry Johnson for the fifth-most 100-yard games in Steelers history.
Should he play… a half-sack would give James Harrison 80 in his career with the Steelers which only increases his lead for most sacks in team history. Jason Gildon is second on the list with 77. However, with only four snaps last week, there may not be enough opportunities for Deebo to achieve this.