Fresh off of a victory in Jacksonville, the 3-2 Pittsburgh Steelers look to improve to 4-2 when they travel for their second consecutive road trip to face the 2-2 Cleveland Browns.
Here are some quick numbers previewing this weekend's game:
This is the first rematch of the 2014 regular season: the Browns and Steelers squared off to open the NFL season in week 1.
Number of unanswered points scored by the Steelers, in the week 1 match up.
2nd half points scored, unanswered, by the Browns in the same match up.
Average points being given to Pittsburgh on Vegas betting lines. (You read that correctly, Pittsburgh is the underdog.)
Number of consecutive wins Pittsburgh has over the Browns.
Number of times Pittsburgh has swept the regular season series since 2000.
QB Ben Roethlisberger's record at Cleveland's First Energy Stadium.
DE Brett Keisel looks to play in his 150th career NFL game this Sunday.
WR Antonio Brown leads the NFL in receiving plays of 25-plus yards...
While Roethlisberger leads the NFL in pass plays of 25-plus yards.
The defense is 5th best in the league in red zone touchdown scoring efficiency (8-of-18)
Pittsburgh ranks 4th in the NFL (and 2nd in the AFC behind Indianapolis) in total offensive yards...
Antonio Brown has the third most receiving yards in the league...
Followed by Le'Veon Bell's AFC best for most yards from scrimmage.
Number of game winning field goals made by K Shaun Suisham, who converted a game-winning 41 yard attempt in week 1.
The Browns defense gives up the 2nd most YPG in the league. The only team worse is Jacksonville...
Keep your eyes peeled in the coming days for our full preview of Sunday's game.