74 & 952 — Through 10 games, Antonio Brown has had one of the best seasons as a receiver in Steelers history. His 74 catches (which leads the league) and 952 yards through 10 games are both second in franchise history, behind Hines Ward’s 76 catches in 2002 and Buddy Dial’s 961 receiving yards in 1963.
15-1 — Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is 15-1 as a starting quarterback against the Browns in his career. His lone loss came in December of 2009, in a frozen 13-6 defeat on Thursday night. Brady Quinn, the winning quarterback, had 90 yards passing.
100 x 10 — In those 16 starts, the Browns haven’t been able to slow down Roethlisberger. He’s had a quarterback rating of at least 100 against the Browns 10 times in his career, and he has reached that mark in four of the past five meetings.
786 — FirstEnergy stadium hasn’t been a safe haven for the Browns. Since 1999, the Steelers are 11-3 against the Browns in Cleveland for a winning percentage of .786, which ranks first in the NFL among teams playing at least six games at an opposing stadium.
85.3 — Steelers receiver Jerricho Cotchery has 34 receptions this season. Of those 34, 29 have gone for a first down for a percentage of 85.3, the best such percentage in the NFL among receivers with at least 15 catches.