Stats that stood out: Steelers vs Bills

The Steelers kept the train rolling with a win versus the Bills in snowy Buffalo.

Here are some of the eye-popping numbers that stood out in the game.

Spoiler: Le’Veon Bell is mentioned a lot. 

Stat of the week: 128.5

Le’Veon Bell has the highest average amount of scrimmage yards per game in NFL history with 128.5 yards.

236

Le’Veon Bell set the Steelers record for rushing yards in a game with 236, beating out Willie Parker‘s record of 223.

54

Pittsburgh running backs have had 29+ touches in 54% of their games this season. The rest of the NFL combined has done it in 4.6% of their games.

42

Le’Veon Bell’s 42 touches are the most in team history, beating out Franco Harris‘ 41.

23

Ben Roethlisberger‘s performance today marked the 23rd time since 1999 a quarterback had 3+ interceptions in a game, 0 touchdowns, yet won the game.

13

Steelers reached 8 wins for the 13th straight season.

10

Le’Veon Bell has the 2nd highest amount of total yardage for a player in their first 10 game of the season with 1,616 yards, trailing Jim Brown‘s 1704 in 1963.

8

Mike Tomlin is the 8th coach to reach 100 wins in his 1st 10 seasons.

5

Ben Roethlisberger’s 37.8 passer rating versus the Bills was the 5th worst of his career, his worst game since 2008.

4

The Steelers have held each of their 4 last opponents to less than 100 rushing yards or less.

3

The Steelers are the 1st NFL franchise to have 3 head coaches in its history reach 100 regular season wins.

1

Bud Dupree got his 1st multi-sack game of his career with 2 versus the Bills.

0

The amount of deflated footballs the Steelers have played with this season.

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