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					                                           Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2)
    Game                                                                   vs.
                                        Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4)
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                  6                                   Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011 • 1:00 p.m. (ET)
                                                            Heinz Field • Pittsburgh, Pa.


  Game #6                                                                        Pittsburgh Steelers 2011 Schedule/Results
  Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-4)                       Preseason (3-1)
  Date: Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011                                                    Friday, Aug. 12       at Washington      L, 7-16 (KDKA)
  Kickoff: 1:00 p.m., ET                                                         Thursday, Aug. 18 PHILADELPHIA           W, 24-14 (FOX)
  Site: Heinz Field (65,500) • Pittsburgh, Pa.                                   Saturday, Aug. 27 ATLANTA                W, 34-16 (KDKA)
                                                                                 Thursday, Sept. 1     at Carolina        W, 33-17 (KDKA)
  Playing Surface: Grass
  TV Coverage:        CBS (locally KDKA-TV, channel 2)                           Regular Season (3-2)
  Announcers:         Ian Eagle (play-by-play)                                   Sunday, Sept. 11      at Baltimore       L, 7-35 (CBS)
                      Dan Fouts (color analyst)                                  Sunday, Sept. 18      SEATTLE            W, 24-0 (FOX)
  Local Radio:        Steelers Radio Network                                     Sunday, Sept. 25      at Indianapolis    W, 23-20 (NBC)
                      WDVE-FM (102.5)/WBGG-AM (970)                              Sunday, Oct. 2        at Houston         L, 10-17 (CBS)
  Announcers:         Bill Hillgrove (play-by-play)                              Sunday, Oct. 9        TENNESSEE          W, 38-17 (CBS)
                      Tunch Ilkin (color analyst)                                Sunday, Oct. 16       JACKSONVILLE       1 p.m. (CBS)
                      Craig Wolfley (sideline)                                   Sunday, Oct. 23       at Arizona         4:05 p.m. (CBS)
  National Radio:     Westwood One                                               Sunday, Oct. 30       NEW ENGLAND        4:15 p.m. (CBS)
  Announcers:         Kevin Kugler (play-by-play)                                Sunday, Nov. 6        BALTIMORE          8:20 p.m. (NBC)
                      Mark Malone (color analyst)                                Sunday, Nov. 13       at Cincinnati      1 p.m. (CBS)
  Spanish Radio:      Grupo Imagen - Destrito Federal (Mexico City)              Sunday, Nov. 20       BYE
                      XEDA-FM 90.5                                               Sunday, Nov. 27       at Kansas City •   8:20 p.m. (NBC)
                                                                                 Sunday, Dec. 4        CINCINNATI •       1 p.m. (CBS)
                                                                                 Thursday, Dec. 8      CLEVELAND          8:20 p.m. (NFL Net./KDKA)
  A Look at the Coaches:                                                         Monday, Dec. 19       at San Francisco • 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)
  Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin                                     Saturday, Dec. 24 ST. LOUIS •            1 p.m. (FOX)
  Overall regular-season record: 46-23 (.667)/fifth season                       Sunday, Jan. 1        at Cleveland •     1 p.m. (CBS)
  Regular-season record at Pittsburgh: 46-23 (.667)/fifth season
  Playoff Record/Years: 5-2/three years                                          • Times and TV Network may change due to NFL flexible scheduling

  Jacksonville Jaguars Head Coach Jack Del Rio                                   Postseason
  Overall regular-season record: 67-69 (.493)/ninth season                       Sat.-Sun., Jan. 7-8     Wild Card Weekend (NBC, CBS & FOX)
  Regular-season record at Jacksonville: 67-69 (.493)/ninth season
                                                                                 Sat.-Sun., Jan. 14-15   Divisional Playoff Games (CBS & FOX)
  Playoff Record/Years: 1-2/two years
                                                                                 Sunday, Jan. 22         Conference Championships (CBS & FOX)
                                                                                 Sunday, Jan. 29         AFC-NFC Pro Bowl (Hawaii) (NBC)
                     www.steelers.com                                            Sunday, Feb. 5          Super Bowl XLVI (Indianapolis) (NBC)
  For all of the most up-to-date information on the Pittsburgh Steelers,
                                                                                 NOTE: All times are Eastern.
  visit the team’s official web site at www.steelers.com. Updated                Home games in Bold/CAPS.
  daily, the web site has the most extensive information on upcoming
  games and the most comprehensive news on the Steelers.

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                     THE COACHES
   MIKE TOMLIN was named the 16th head coach in Pittsburgh
Steelers history on Jan. 22, 2007. Hired at the age of 34, Tomlin
became only the third head coach hired by the Steelers since
1969.
   Tomlin became the youngest head coach in NFL history to both
coach in and win a Super Bowl when he led the Steelers to a 27-
23 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. By winning
the Super Bowl in only his second season as a head coach, he
also became the fastest to win a Super Bowl title in Steelers
history.
   Tomlin is one of only seven coaches in league history to win a
Super Bowl within his first two seasons as an NFL head coach.
                                                                                STEELERS RADIO COVERAGE
   Tomlin compiled a 43-21 record in the regular season during              For the 13th consecutive year, WDVE-FM (102.5) and WBGG-
his first four years as head coach. His .672 winning percentage          AM (970) are carrying all Steelers games.
after four seasons tied for first in team history. By leading the           Additionally, Steelers games can be heard on a 47-station
Steelers to a 12-4 record in 2010, Tomlin became only the second         network spanning Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio and Maryland.
Steelers’ head coach to post winning records in each of his first        For the second straight year, all Steelers’ games will be broadcast
four seasons.                                                            in Spanish on Estadio W (730 AM).
   The Steelers’ offense ranked 14th in the NFL (14th passing, 11th         For the 17th straight season, Bill Hillgrove serves as the “Voice
rushing) despite playing its first four games without its starting       of the Steelers” and handles play-by-play duties for the broadcast.
quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger. Pittsburgh’s defense ranked             Joining Hillgrove for his 13th season as an expert analyst is Tunch
second in the NFL (first vs. run, 12th vs. pass) while leading the       Ilkin, the former Steelers All-Pro offensive tackle. Joining the team
NFL with 48 quarterback sacks. The Steelers set a team record            for his ninth season is former Steeler offensive lineman Craig
and led the NFL, allowing only 62.8 rushing yards per game.              Wolfley, who provides sideline analysis.
   The Steelers continued to be dominant at Heinz Field under               Stations on the Steelers Radio Network include:
Tomlin in 2010. Pittsburgh finished with a 5-3 home record in              FLAGSHIP STATIONS (2)                  Scranton-WEZX (96.1/106.9)
2010 after finishing 7-1 (2007), 6-2 (2008) and 6-2 (2009) at home         WDVE-FM (102.5)                        Somerset-WNTJ (850)
                                                                           WBGG-AM (970)                          State College/Pleasant Gap-
during Tomlin’s first three seasons. Tomlin’s 24-8 record and
                                                                           PENNSYLVANIA (31)                      WRSC (98.7)
.750 winning percentage at home after four seasons ranks second                                                   Uniontown-WMBS (590)
                                                                           Altoona-WVAM (1430)
in Steelers’ history.                                                                                             Washington-WJPA (1450)
                                                                           Altoona-WRKY (104.9)
   Tomlin was a three-year starter at wide receiver at William and         Beaver Falls-WBVP (1230)               Williamsport-WCXR (93.3)
Mary (1990-94) and finished his career with 101 receptions for             Beaver Falls-WMBA (1460)               Williamsport-WZXR (103.7)
2,046 yards and a school-record 20 TD catches. A first-team All-           Bedford-WAYC (100.9)                   OHIO (3)
Yankee Conference selection in 1994, he established a school               Bradford-WESB (1490)                   Findlay-WFIN (1330)
                                                                           Butler-WISR (680)                      Westerville-WTDA (103.9)
record with a 20.2 yards-per-catch average.
                                                                           Chambersburg-WCHA (800)                Youngstown-WNIO (1390)
   Tomlin was the NFL’s second-youngest head coach in 2007,                Clarendon-WKNB (104.3)
and he became only the second Steelers coach in team history to                                                   MARYLAND (4)
                                                                           Clarion-WCCR (92.7)
                                                                                                                  Cumberland-WTBO (1450)
win at least 10 games during his first year at the helm. The               Cooperstown-WUUZ (107.7)
                                                                                                                  Frostburg-WFRB (560)
Steelers posted a 7-1 record at home in 2007 and were 5-1 in the           DuBois-WOWQ (102.1)
                                                                                                                  Hagerstown-WHAG (1410)
                                                                           Erie-WJET (1440)
AFC North (3-0 at home).                                                                                          Mountain Lake Park-WKHJ (104.5)
                                                                           Gettysburg-WGET (1320)
   Tomlin became only the second Steelers head coach to win his            Grove City-WWGY (95.1)                 WEST VIRGINIA (6)
first three games. During 2007, the Steelers became just the fifth         Harrisburg-WTPA (93.5)                 Buckhannon-WBRB (101.3)
team in NFL history to win their first four home games by at least         Indiana-WQMU (92.5)                    Fairmont-WRLF (94.3)
20 points.                                                                 Johnstown-WRKW (99.1)                  Fairmont-WMMN (920)
                                                                           Johnstown-WNTW (990)                   Morgantown-WKKW (97.9)
   The Steelers’ defense was dominant under Tomlin’s guidance                                                     St. Mary’s-WJAW (630)
                                                                           Latrobe-WCNS (1480)
in 2008, leading the NFL in total defense (237.2), pass defense            Punxsutawney-WPXZ (104.1)              Wheeling-WWVA (1170)
(156.9), points per game (13.9), total yards per play (3.9), rushing       Saegertown-WUUZ (94.3)                 MEXICO (1)
yards per attempt (3.3), passing yards per attempt (4.7) and third         Scottdale-WLSW (103.9)                 Mexico City-Imagen DF (90.5 FM)
down efficiency (31.4), and finished second in league rushing              Scranton-WEJL (630/1240)
defense (80.3).
   Tomlin led the Steelers to a 10-6 record in 2007, and became
just the second coach in team history to post a winning record,
                                                                                         2011 AFC North Standings
win a division title and earn a playoff berth in his inaugural season.                           W        L       T     Pct.      Pts. Opp.
                                                                           Baltimore             3        1       0     .750       119   57
                                                                           Pittsburgh            3        2       0     .600      102    89
  JACK DEL RIO ranks seventh among active coaches in career                Cincinnati            3        2       0     .600       110   94
wins and is one of eight current head coaches with eight or more           Cleveland             2        2       0     .500        74   93
seasons as an NFL head coach.
                                                                           This Week in the AFC North:
  This season marks Del Rio’s ninth as the head coach of the               Sunday, Oct. 16:
Jaguars, 15th as an NFL coach and 26th in the league.                      Jacksonville (1-4) at Pittsburgh (3-2), 1:00 p.m. (CBS, KDKA-TV, channel 2)
  During Del Rio’s tenure as head coach in Jacksonville (2003-             Indianapolis (0-5) at Cincinnati (3-2), 1:00 p.m. (CBS)
10), the Jaguars’ defense ranked 10th in the NFL in yards allowed          Cleveland (2-2) at Oakland (3-2), 4:05 p.m. (CBS)
                                                                           Houston (3-2) at Baltimore (3-1), 4:05 p.m. (CBS)
(316.9 per game) and seventh in rushing (104.0), while the offense
ranked third in rushing yards (130.5) and fourth in fewest turnovers       All times are Eastern.
(179).
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              STEELERS PRONUNCIATIONS                                                               LAST WEEK’S GAME
   Arnaz Battle .......................... (ARE-nez)
   Trai Essex ............................ (TRAY)                                          Pittsburgh 38, Tennessee 17
                                                                                           • Sunday, Oct. 16 • Pittsburgh, Pa. (Heinz Field)
   Ramon Foster ....................... (ra-MONE)
   Brett Keisel ........................... (KEE-sull)                                     Pittsburgh Team Notes:
   Chris Kemoeatu .................... (kay-moy-AH-too)                                    • The Steelers are now 326-207 all-time against AFC opponents.
                                                                                           • The Steelers improved to 2-1 against AFC South opponents this
   Keenan Lewis ....................... (KEY-nan)                                          season and 11-10 against the division since it formed in 2002.
   Jamon Meredith .................... (JUH-mon)                                           Pittsburgh is now 5-5 at home against the AFC South.
                                                                                           • The Steelers outgained the Titans on the ground 174 to 66.
   Mewelde Moore ..................... (Muh-WELL-dee)
                                                                                           • Pittsburgh averaged 6.2 rushing yards on 28 carries, the highest
   Troy Polamalu ....................... (Pole-uh-MAH-lu)                                  yards per carry average since 9/26/10 vs. Tampa Bay when the
   Maurkice Pouncey ................ (Mar-KEESE POUN-see)                                  Steelers averaged 6.3 yards on 32 attempts.
                                                                                           • Pittsburgh scored touchdowns on each of their first three
   Ben Roethlisberger ................ (ROTH-lis-ber-ger)                                  possessions to start the game, taking a 21-3 lead.
   Shaun Suisham .................... (Swee-zum)                                           • The Steelers outgained the Titans 261 to 104 in total yards in the
   LaMarr Woodley .................... (la-MARR)                                           first half.
                                                                                           • Pittsburgh held the Titans without a touchdown for the first two
   Jason Worilds ....................... (Worlds)                                          quarters of the game; it marked 11 consecutive quarters where
                                                                                           the Steelers held their opponents without a touchdown during the
                            MEDIA NOTES                                                    regular season at Heinz Field.
                                                                                           • Pittsburgh totaled 114 rushing yards on 12 carries in the first
    Jacksonville Jaguars Conference Call: Jacksonville Head
                                                                                           half, marking the first time the Steelers registered at least 100
Coach Jack Del Rio and RB Maurice Jones-Drew will be available
                                                                                           rushing yards in the first half of a regular-season game since 12/
for interviews via conference call on Wednesday, Oct. 12, in the
                                                                                           7/06 against Cleveland (21 for 129 yards).
Steelers’ media workroom. Jones-Drew will be available at 1:45
                                                                                           • In the second quarter, the Steelers controlled the ball for 10:10 of
p.m. and Del Rio will be at 2:15 p.m.
                                                                                           the possible 15 minutes and held the Titans to one first down.
    Weekly Press Conference: Steelers’ head coach Mike Tomlin                              • The Steelers held the Titans to three points in the first half. Over
will conduct his weekly press conference every Tuesday at noon                             the past four games, Pittsburgh’s defense has allowed a total of
in the Steelers’ media workroom at their UPMC Sports                                       26 points in the first half.
Performance Complex headquarters. The press conference will                                • Pittsburgh’s defense held Titans RB Chris Johnson to 51 yards
be broadcast live on ROOT Sports.                                                          on 14 carries (3.6 avg.) with one touchdown. In four games against
                                                                                           Johnson, the Steelers have held him to under 70 yards in each
    Official Steelers Website: Media and fans can read about the                           game.
latest Steelers news on the official Steelers website. The site,                                         Chris Johnson vs. Pittsburgh
www.steelers.com, features breaking news, statistics, player                                             Date           Car.  Yds. Avg.                Lg.      TD
biographies and much more.                                                                               10/9/11        14    51     3.6               21       1
                                                                                                         9/19/10        16    34     2.1               11       0
          Media-Only Section of www.steelers.com                                                         9/10/09        15    57     3.8               32       0
   The Steelers Media Relations Department offers a “Media-                                              12/21/08       16    69     4.3               21t      1
Only” section on steelers.com. To sign up for this service, go to                                        Total vs. Pitt 61    211    3.5               32       2
http://www.steelers.com/mediarelations/ and register as a new                              • The Steelers 38 points scored is the highest single-game total
user below the left hand navigation bar. Then follow the instructions                      for Pittsburgh since they scored 41 on 1/2/11 at Cleveland.
on the Media Relations page and once your registration is                                  • Pittsburgh has held three of five opponents to 17 points or less
approved, you will receive an email and can access all information.                        this season.
If you have any questions or problems, please email
steelers_digest@yahoo.com.                                                                 Pittsburgh Individual Notes:
                                                                                           Head Coach Mike Tomlin
    NFLmedia.com: Journalists worldwide have access to the
                                                                                           • Including the postseason, Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin
dedicated media website featuring news from the NFL and its
                                                                                           earned the 51st victory of his career, tying Raymond Parker for the
teams. Daily releases, statistics, domestic and international NFL
                                                                                           third most wins by a head coach in franchise history.
updates and other information about the NFL are available. The
site also provides links to other NFL and individual team sites.

                                              THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE                                        (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
  Tuesday, Oct. 11           Wednesday, Oct. 12       Thursday, Oct. 13          Friday, Oct. 14         Saturday, Oct. 15         Sunday, Oct. 16           Monday, Oct. 17
  Noon - Coach Tomlin         • Open locker room       • Open locker room       Practice 10:45 a.m.-     • No media availability     1:00 p.m. (ET)               • TBA
   Press Conference            12:30 - 1:00 p.m.       12:15 - 12:45 p.m.           12:30 p.m.                                        Home Game
    (ROOT Sports)                                                                                                                          vs.
                              Practice 1:15 - 3:15     Practice 1:00 - 3:00      • Open locker room
                                      p.m.                                                                                           Jacksonville
                                                               p.m.               12:30 - 1:00 p.m.
 • No player availability                                                                                                               Jaguars
                             Coach Tomlin available   Coach Tomlin available    Coach Tomlin available                               (Heinz Field)
                              upon request after       upon request after        upon request after                                       CBS
                                   practice                  practice                 practice                                     (KDKA-TV, locally
                            • Open locker room 3:15   Coordinators available                                                           channel 2)
                                  - 3:45 p.m.         on field after practice
                                                       • Open locker room
                                                         3:00 - 3:30 p.m.

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    Name                          W        L     T    Win Pct.       in franchise history to reach 300 career receptions. Miller ranks
    Chuck Noll (1969-91)          209      156   1    (.572)         seventh in Steelers history with 301 career receptions, trailing
    Bill Cowher (1992-2006)       161      99    1    (.619)         Franco Harris (306) for sixth place by five.
    Mike Tomlin (2007-Present)    51       25    0    (.671)         • Heath Miller recorded 46 yards on three receptions to give him
    Raymond Parker (1957-64)      51       48    6    (.514)
                                                                     3,423 career receiving yards, passing Charles Johnson (3,400)
• Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin improved his record to 6-4
                                                                     for the 12th most receiving yards in franchise history.
against the AFC South and 3-1 against the Titans. It marked            Rk. Player                           Rec. Yards      Rec.
Tomlin’s third straight win over Tennessee.                            10. Roy Jefferson (1965-69)          3,671           199
• Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin is now 46-23 overall and 26-         11. Yancey Thigpen (1992-97)         3,651           222
8 at home during the regular season.                                   12. Heath Miller (2005-Present)      3,423           301
                                                                       13. Charles Johnson (1994-98)        3,400           247
QB Ben Roethlisberger
• Registered five touchdown passes to total 152 for his career,      RB Jonathan Dwyer
becoming only the second Steelers’ quarterback to reach the 150      • Registered 107 rushing yards on 11 carries, which marked his
mark (Terry Bradshaw, 212).                                          first 100-yard rushing performance by a Steelers running back
• It marked the fourth time in his career he threw at least four     during the regular season since on 11/28/10 at Buffalo (Rashard
touchdown passes and only the second time he threw a franchise-      Mendenhall, 151).
best five touchdowns (11/5/07 at Baltimore).                         • Recorded a career-long 76-yard run which ties for the seventh
• Recorded a quarterback rating of 116.2, which marked the 43rd      longest run from scrimmage in Steelers history and the longest
regular season game of his career with a passer rating of at least   since 11/12/06 vs. New Orleans, Willie Parker, 76 yards.
100.0.
• Improved record to 40-3 when recording a passer rating of          RB Isaac Redman
100.0+.                                                              • Recorded first career start in his 21st regular-season game
• It was also his second 100.0+ rating this season (115.7, vs.       played and tied his career-high with 49 yards on 15 carries (49
Seattle, 9/18).                                                      yards on 10 carries vs. Sea, 9/18/11).
• Roethlisberger threw three touchdowns in the first half for only   • Converted a third-and-one with a two-yard run, keeping a first
the fourth time in his career. It also marked the sixth time since   quarter drive alive that resulted in a touchdown to give Pittsburgh
1991 that a Steelers quarterback has thrown at least three           a 7-3 lead.
touchdowns in the first half.
    Player                    Opp.             Passing TDs           WR Antonio Brown
    Ben Roethlisberger        Bal (11/5/07)         5                • Recorded a 52-yard kickoff return to the 50-yard line in the first
    Ben Roethlisberger        Ten (10/9/11)         3                quarter, which marked second longest kickoff return of his career
    Ben Roethlisberger        Atl (10/22/06         3                (89-yard touchdown, 9/12/10 vs. Atl).
    Ben Roethlisberger        StL (12/20/07)        3
    Charlie Batch             TB (9/26/10)          3
                                                                     TE David Johnson
    Kordell Stewart           Den (12/7/97)         3
                                                                     • Recorded first career touchdown reception on a one-yard pass
• Completed passes to eight different receivers, going 24-of-34
                                                                     that put Pittsburgh up 21-3.
for 228 yards with five touchdowns, one interception and a passer
rating of 116.2.
                                                                     LB LaMarr Woodley
• Connected with WR Mike Wallace on a 40-yard touchdown pass,
                                                                     • For the game, registered three tackles, 1.5 sacks, one tackle for
extending their franchise record to 10 career passing TDs of 40+
                                                                     loss, two QB hits, one interception and one pass defensed. Last
yards.
                                                                     year against the Titans, Woodley recorded three tackles, two QB
                                                                     pressures, one sack, one interception and one forced fumble.
WR Hines Ward
                                                                     • Woodley registered at least one interception and one sack in the
• Registered two touchdowns versus the Titans, marking his 16th
                                                                     same game for the fourth time in his career and for the second
career multi-touchdown game during the regular season. It
                                                                     time against the Titans.
marked the third multi-touchdown game Ward has recorded
                                                                     • Woodley recorded 1.5 sacks versus Tennessee. Including the
against the Titans, tying for the most multi-touchdown games he
                                                                     postseason, it marked the ninth time in the past 12 games he
recorded against a single team (Cincinnati). The last time Ward
                                                                     registered at least a half a sack, totaling 9.5 sacks during the
recorded multiple touchdowns in a single game was 11/9/09 at
                                                                     span.
Denver (2).
                                                                     • Recorded an interception on a pass that was tipped by DE Brett
                                                                     Keisel late in the third quarter on the Pittsburgh 46-yard line,
WR Mike Wallace
                                                                     marked fourth career interception.
• Registered 82 yards on six receptions, including a 40-yard
                                                                     • With Tennessee driving, Woodley sacked QB Matt Hasselbeck
touchdown reception. Wallace now has 19 receptions of at least
                                                                     for a loss of five yards on second and goal to force a third-down
40 yards with 12 going for touchdowns. It was his fourth reception
                                                                     and goal from the 12-yard-line on a drive that resulted in a field
of 40+ yards this season.
                                                                     goal in the first quarter.
TE Heath Miller
                                                                     DE Cameron Heyward
• Hauled in an eight-yard touchdown pass to put the Steelers up
                                                                     • Registered first career sack, taking down QB Matt Hasselbeck
7-3 in the first quarter
                                                                     for an eight-yard loss on third-and-one in the fourth quarter.
• Marked Miller’s 30th career receiving touchdown, becoming only
the eighth Steelers player to record at least 30 touchdown
                                                                     NT Chris Hoke
receptions in their career.
                                                                     • Registered his 17th career start and first of 2011, marked first
• Registered three receptions for 46 yards versus Tennessee.
                                                                     start since 9/19/10 at Tennessee.
Miller now has 301 receptions for his career, becoming the seventh
                                                                     • Steelers are 16-1 when Hoke starts.
player, and only the second tight end (Elbie Nickel, 329, 1947-57)

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                 LOOKING AHEAD...                                                      WHAT TO LOOK FOR
    The Steelers go back on the road to play the Arizona                PITTSBURGH TEAM NOTES
  Cardinals on Sunday, Oct. 23 at University of Phoenix Stadium.        • The Steelers look to improve to 327-207 all-time against AFC
  Kickoff is set for 4:05 p.m. and will be televised nationally on      opponents.
  CBS (locally KDKA-TV, channel 2).                                     • Pittsburgh looks to earn its third victory in the last four games
                                                                        against an AFC South opponent and improve to 12-10 against the
CB William Gay                                                          division since it formed in 2002.
• Made 23rd career regular-season start and fourth consecutive of       • The Steelers look to improve to 6-5 at home against the AFC
2011. Including the postseason, marked sixth start in the past          South.
seven games.                                                            • Pittsburgh’s defense will look to hold their fifth straight opponent
                                                                        to 20 points or less (0, 20, 17, 17).
DT Ziggy Hood
• Made his third straight start in place of injured DE Aaron Smith,     PITTSBURGH INDIVIDUAL NOTES
after starting the past two weeks for injured DE Brett Keisel. Marked   Head Coach Mike Tomlin
his 13th career start after starting 10 games in 2010 in place of the   • Will attempt to improve his record to 7-4 against the AFC South (4-
injured Smith.                                                          2 at home) and 2-1 against the Jaguars during the regular sea-
                                                                        son, including 1-1 at Heinz Field.
S Ryan Mundy
• Recorded the first pass reception of his career on a fake punt in     QB Ben Roethlisberger
the first quarter. Hauled in a 33-yard pass for a first down at the     • Will look for sixth consecutive game with at least 200 yards pass-
TEN 17-yard line, on a drive that resulted in a touchdown to give       ing which will tie his career best streak of 200-yard passing games
Pittsburgh a 14-3 lead.                                                 to open a season, set in 2009.
                                                                        • Needs 122 passing yards to become the second quarterback in
P Daniel Sepulveda                                                      Steelers’ history to reach 24,000 yards (Terry Bradshaw, 27,989).
• On fourth-and-five, completed a 33-yard pass to S Ryan Mundy          • Is 28 pass attempts shy of 3,000 for his career, making him the
for a first down at the TEN 17-yard line. Drive resulted in a           second quarterback in franchise history to reach the mark
touchdown for a 14-3 Steelers lead.                                     (Bradshaw, 3,901).
• Marked second pass attempt of his career (32-yard pass to
Najeh Davenport, at St. Louis, 12/20/07).                               RB Rashard Mendenhall
                                                                        • Needs one rushing touchdown to tie Rocky Bleier (23) for the
                                                                        ninth-most in team history.
                                                                        • Is 106 yards away from passing Tom Tracy (2,717) for the 13th
                                                                        most career rushing yards in franchise history.
                                                                          Rk.   Player                    Rushing Yards     Car.
                                                                          10.   Fran Rogel                3,271             900
                                                                          11.   Merril Hoge               3,115             819
                                                                          12.   Frenchy Fuqua             2,942             699
                                                                          13.   Tom Tracy                 2,717             737
                                                                          14.   Rashard Mendenhall        2,612             643
    In conjuction with the NFL, the Steelers will be celebrating
  Hispanic Heritage Month at this Sunday’s game versus                  WR Mike Wallace
  Jacksonville.                                                         • With 100 yards receiving will record his 12th 100-yard receiving
    During this year’s celebration, the NFL, Hispanic Heritage          game of his career and the fourth of this season. With 12 100-yard
  Foundation (HHF) and Bud Light have partnered to launch               receiving games, Wallace will tie Plaxico Burress and Lynn Swann
  the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Awards Presented by              for the fourth most in franchise history. If Wallace records at least
  Bud Light. The awards recognize the contributions of Hispanic         100 yards receiving it will be his seventh 100+ yard receiving game
  leaders in each NFL market. Each award recipient is                   in the last nine regular season games. Below is the numbers from
  recognized in-stadium at a Hispanic Heritage game in their            Wallace’s last eight regular-season games:
  local market. With support from Bud Light, each award                   Game                          Yards           Rec           TDs
  recipient will select an organization of their choice that serves       12/19/10, vs. NYJ             102             7             0
  the local Hispanic community to receive a $2,000 donation.              12/23/10, vs. Car             104             4             1
  The Steelers will honor Victor Diaz, CEO of the Pittsburgh              1/2/11, at Cle                105             3             1
  Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, with the                9/11/11, at Bal               107             8*            0
                                                                          9/18/11, vs. Sea              126             8*            1
  NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award at the game.
                                                                          9/25/11, at Ind               144**           5             1
    Pregame festivities include performances by Miguel’s                  10/2/11, at Hou               77              4             0
  Mariachi Fiesta and Puro Queso. Pittsburgh native and                   10/9/11, vs. Ten              82              6             1
  Grammy nominee Barbara Blue will sing the national anthem.                 *tied career-high set on   11/14/10 vs. New England
                                                                             **career-high

                                                                        WR Hines Ward
                                                                        • Needs 13 receiving yards to surpass Hall of Famer Michael Irvin
                                                                        (11,904) for 19th in NFL history.
                                                                        • 108 yards shy of 12,000 career receiving yards, making Ward the
                                                                        18th player in NFL history to reach the mark.



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TE Heath Miller                                                          Pro Connections
• After becoming the seventh player and only the second tight end        • Jaguars running backs coach Earnest Byner was on the
in Steelers history to reach 300 career receptions, is five recep-       Washington Redskins staff when Steelers K Shaun Suisham was
tions shy of tying Franco Harris (306) for sixth place in franchise      playing for the Redskins from 2006-2007.
history.                                                                 • Jaguars defensive line coach Joe Cullen was on the Detroit
                                                                         Lions’ staff from 2006-2007 when Steelers OT Jonathan Scott
RB Jonathan Dwyer                                                        played for the Lions.
• After recording his first career 100-yard rushing performance last     • Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau and Jaguars
week versus Tennessee, will look to become the first Steelers            linebackers coach Mark Duffner were on the Cincinnati Bengals’s
running back to register back-to-back 100-yard games since Willie        staff together from 1997-2002. LeBeau was the head coach of
Parker in 2008 (138 vs. Hou, 9/7/08; 105 at Cle, 9/14/08).               the Bengals from 2000-2002.
                                                                         • Steelers tight ends coach James Daniel and Jaguars assistant
LB James Harrison                                                        defensive backs coach Thom Kaumeyer were on the Atlanta
• Needs 2.5 sacks to tie Greg Lloyd (53.5) for the sixth-highest         Falcons’ staff together from 2001-2002.
career total in team history.                                            • Jaguars special teams coordinator Russ Purnell was on the
                                                                         Seattle Seahawks’ coaching staff from 1986-1987 when Steelers
SS Troy Polamalu                                                         linebackers coach Keith Butler was a linebacker for the
• After returning a fumble 16 yards for the second fumble returned       Seahawks. Purnell was also on the Baltimore Ravens’ staff in
for a touchdown of his career vs. Indianapolis, is one away from         2001, along with Jaguars Head Coach Jack Del Rio, when
tying Jason Gildon (3) for the most fumbles returned for touch-          Steelers defensive backs coach Carnell Lake was playing safety
downs in franchise history.                                              for the Ravens.
• Needs one touchdown to move into a tie for the second-most             • Steelers special teams coach Al Everest and Jaguars
defensive touchdowns in Steelers history:                                quarterbacks coach Mike Sheppard were on the New Orleans
   Player          INT TDs            FR TDs      Total Def. TDs         Saints’ staff together from 2002-2005.
   Rod Woodson        5                  1               6               • Jaguars wide receivers coach Johnny Cox was on the Tampa
   Carnell Lake       3                 2                5               Bay Buccaneers’ staff in 2008 when Steelers S Will Allen was
   Dwayne Woodruff    3                 2                5               playing for the Buccaneers.
   Jack Butler        4                  1               5
                                                                         • Steelers WR Arnaz Battle and Jaguars DL Jeremy Mincey were
   Troy Polamalu      2                  2               4
   Mel Blount         2                  2               4               teammates with the San Francisco 49ers in 2006. Battle was
   Jim Bradshaw       2                 2                4               also teammates at San Francisco with Jaguars WR Jason Hill
   Donnie Shell       2                 2                4               from 2007-2009. Steelers special teams coach Al Everest was
   Chad Scott         4                  0               4               on the 49ers’ staff from 2007-2009 as well.
• One interception shy of tying Jack Lambert (28) for the ninth-most     • Steelers S Will Allen and Jaguars QB Luke McCown were
in Steelers’ history.                                                    teammates with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2005-2008.
• Needs one interception return for a touchdown to tie Carnell           • Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny played for the Buffalo Bills from
Lake, Dwayne Woodruff, Deshea Townsend and Tony Campagno                 2007-2009 when Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler was
(3) for the third-most in franchise history.                             on the Bills’ staff.
• Needs 41 yards to surpass Chad Scott (368) for the ninth-most
interception return yards in a career in Steelers’ history.              College Connections
                                                                         • Jaguars defensive assistant Craig Aukerman coached at Miami
LB LaMarr Woodley                                                        University (Ohio) from 2001-2002 when Steelers QB Ben
• Needs 2.0 sacks to catch teammate Aaron Smith (44.0) for the           Roethlisberger was the quarterback for the RedHawks.
ninth most all-time.                                                     • Jaguars defensive coordinator Mel Tucker was on the Ohio
• After recording the 13th multi-sack game of his career during the      State University staff from 2001-2003 when Steelers S Will Allen
regular season last week versus Tennessee (1.5), looks to regis-         was on the Buckeyes’ football team. Jaguars defensive quality
ter multiple sacks in back-to -back games for the first time in the      control coach Brandon Blaney was also on the Ohio State
regular season since 12/27/09 (2.0)-1/3/10 (2.0).                        University staff in 2001.
                                                                         • Jaguars tight ends coach Rob Boras was on the University of
            PIT-JAC CONNECTIONS                                          Texas staff in 1997 when Steelers NT Casey Hampton was on the
                                                                         Longhorns’ football team.
Local Connections
                                                                         • Steelers quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner and Jaguars
• Jaguars offensive assistant Ron Heller played collegiately at
                                                                         defensive line coach Joe Cullen were on the Memphis Tigers’
Penn State University from 1980-1983.
                                                                         coaching staff together in 2001. Cullen also coached at LSU in
• Jaguars LB Paul Posluszny was born in Aliquippa, Pa. and
                                                                         1999 when Steelers S Ryan Clark was on the Tigers’ football
played at Hopewell High School. Posluszny played collegiately at
                                                                         team.
Penn State University from 2003-2006.
                                                                         • Jaguars offensive line coach Andy Heck was on the University
• Jaguars LB Clint Session played collegiately at the University of
                                                                         of Virginia coaching staff from 2001-2003 when Steelers TE Heath
Pittsburgh from 2003-2006.
                                                                         Miller was on the Cavaliers’ football team.
• Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey, OT Max Starks and OT Marcus
                                                                         • Steelers offensive line coach Sean Kugler played for the University
Gilbert all played collegiately at the University of Florida, which is
                                                                         of Texas El-Paso from 1986-1988 when Jaguars offensive
just over 70 miles from Jacksonville.
                                                                         coordinator Dirk Koetter was on the Miners’ coaching staff.
• Pittsburgh LB Lawrence Timmons and CB Bryant McFadden
                                                                         • Steelers CB Bryant McFadden and Jaguars FB Greg Jones
spent their college days around 160 miles from Jacksonville at
                                                                         were teammates at Florida State University from 2000-2003.
Florida State University.
                                                                         • Steelers LB Chris Carter and Jaguars WR Chastin West were
• Steelers CB William Gay is from Tallahassee, Fla.
                                                                         teammates at Fresno State University from 2007-2009.
                                                                         • Steelers CB William Gay and Jaguars G/C Jason Spitz were
                                                                         teammates at the University of Louisville from 2003-2005. Gay
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and Spitz were also teammates with Jaguars FB/RB Brock Bolen
in 2005.                                                                                                           TEAM NOTES
• Steelers DE Ziggy Hood and Jaguars QB Blaine Gabbert and CB                                   Four Straight: This week the Steelers will finish up playing four
Kevin Rutland were teammates at the University of Missouri in                                consecutive games against the AFC South. Pittsburgh opened up
2008.                                                                                        against the division with a 23-20 victory at Indianpolis in Week 3,
     Several Steelers and Jaguars are products of the same colleges,                         followed by a 17-10 loss in Houston. Last Sunday Pittsburgh beat
  including the following:                                                                   the Tennessee Titans 38-17 at Heinz Field. This week the Steelers
          STEELERS-JAGUARS COLLEGE CONNECTIONS                                               will look to improve to 3-1 against the AFC South this season with
                                                                                             a victory over Jacksonville.
  STEELERS                             COLLEGE                                  JAGUARS
  OT Max Starks ....................... Florida .................... DL Jeremy Mincey           Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin is 6-4 against the AFC South
  C Maurkice Pouncey                                                                         during the regular season, including 1-1 against the Jaguars. Jack-
  OT Marcus Gilbert
  CB Bryant McFadden ...... Florida State ..................... GB Greg Jones
                                                                                             sonville has played at Pittsburgh once during the regular season
  LB Lawrence Timmons                                                                        since Tomlin was named head coach, winning 29-22 on 12/16/07.
  LB Chris Carter ................. Fresno State .................. WR Chastin West          Under Tomlin the Steelers are 3-2 at home against the AFC South
  RB Jonathan Dwyer ........ Georgia Tech .................... LB Daryl Smith
                                                                           S Dawan Landry    during the regular season, including winning the last three. Over-
  CB William Gay ................... Lousiville ....................... G/C Jason Spitz      all, Pittsburgh is 5-5 at home versus the AFC South.
                                                                      FB/RB Brock Bolen
  S Ryan Clark ............................ LSU ......................... CB Chris Hawkins
                                                                       FB Quinn Johnson        Tough In The Air: This season has seen an unprecendented
  DE Ziggy Hood ..................... Missouri .................. QB Blaine Gabbert          number of 300-yard passing games throughout the NFL. The
                                                                            DL C.J. Mosley   Steelers defense though has been yet to allow a team to even
                                                                        CB Kevin Rutland
  LB James Farrior .................. Virginia ........................ DT Nate Collins      reach 250 passing yards in a game. The Pittsburgh defense has
  TE Heath Miller                                                    OT Eugene Monroe        held three of five opponents under 145 net passing yards.

                                                                                                      Opp.                      Passing Yards       W/L
 STEELERS-JAGUARS SERIES HISTORY                                                                      at Bal, 9/11 (Week 1)     215                 L
Series History: Series began in 1995                                                                  vs. Sea, 9/18 (Week 2)    133                 W
    Overall: Jacksonville leads 11-9                                                                  at Ind, 9/25 (Week 3)     144                 W
    At Pittsburgh: Even at 5-5                                                                        at Hou, 10/2 (Week 4)     138                 L
                                                                                                      vs. Ten, 10/9 (Week 5)    240                 W
    At Jacksonville: Jacksonville leads 7-4
    Neutral Sites: n/a
                                                                                               The Steelers have held their opponents to a league-low 174.0
    Last Regular-Season Meeting: Oct. 5, 2008 (in Jacksonville)
                                                                                             net passing yards per game and 5.57 yards per attempt. Pittsburgh
        Pittsburgh 26, Jacksonville 21
                                                                                             has allowed a total of 870 net passing yards in five games.
    Postseason Series: 0-1
                                                                                               Under Head Coach Mike Tomlin (2007-present) the Steelers
    Last Postseason Meeting: Jan. 5, 2008 (in Pittsburgh)
                                                                                             have given up a league-low 189.5 net passing yards per game
        Jacksonville 31, Pittsburgh 29 (Wild Card Playoffs)
                                                                                             during the regular season:
      (postseason record not included in overall series record)
                                                                                                   Team             Net Passing Yards/Game (2007-Present)
     Pittsburgh is 9-11 versus the Jacksonville Jaguars during the                                 Pittsburgh                       189.5
regular season, including 5-4 at home...since 2002, the Steelers                                   Tampa Bay                        196.1
and Jaguars have played seven times, including the postseason,                                     New York Jets                    197.0
and each game has been decided by less than 10 points, with four                                   Indianapolis                     201.2
of those games having a point differential of five points or less...the                            Oakland                          205.5
Steelers and Jaguars have met only once in the postseason, with
Jacksonville winning 31-29 at Heinz Field in 2008...under Head                                  Since the start of the 2007 season, Pittburgh’s defense has
Coach Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh is 1-1 against the Jaguars during                              allowed only 76 passing touchdowns, tied with the New York Jets
the regular season...last time Jacksonville played at Heinz Field                            for the second fewest in the NFL over that time span (Indianapolis
during the regular season was on Dec. 16, 2007, winning 29-22.                               Colts, 71). In 2011, the Steelers have yielded only four passing
                                                                                             touchdowns, which is tied for fourth fewest in the league.
     2011 REGULAR SEASON STATISTICAL COMPARISON
   Steelers                               Category                       Jaguars               If You Build It, They Will Come: The Steelers registered three of
     20.4 ................. Points Scored Per Game ............. 11.8                        the top-10 all-time attendance records for a single game during
     17.8 ................ Points Allowed Per Game ............. 23.0                        the 2010 season, including the single-game record.
     21.6 .................. First Downs Per Game ............... 14.2                         In the AFC Championship victory over the N.Y. Jets, the Steelers
     373.6 ................. Total Yards Per Game .............. 270.6                       broke the single-game record. The attendance of 66,662
     109.8 .............. Rushing Yards Per Game .......... 120.6                            surpassed the old mark of 65,597 set October 25, 2009, during a
     263.8 .............. Passing Yards Per Game ........... 150.0                           game versus the Minnnesota Vikings.
     10 ................................. Sacks By ............................... 8           The previous regular-season record was 65,392, which was
     1 ............................. Interceptions By ......................... 6            set on November 16, 2009 versus Cincinnati.
     32:10 ............... Avg. Time of Possession ........... 29:25                           Pittsburgh set the team home attendance record in 2009 by
     12 .............................. Touchdowns ............................ 5             averaging 63,458 (507,882 total).
     3 ........................ Rushing Touchdowns .................... 2                      Pittsburgh has sold out 305 straight games at home, dating
     8 ........................ Passing Touchdowns ..................... 3                   back to Nov. 5, 1972 versus Cincinnati.
     1 ...................... Touchdowns on Returns .................. 0                       Following is a look at the team’s average attendance in its 10-
     6/9 .............................. Field Goals .......................... 8/8           plus years at Heinz Field:
     49.9 ........................... Punting Avg. ........................ 39.7
                                                                                                 Year        Total Attendance           Avg.
     12.8 ........................ Punt Return Avg. ...................... 3.9
                                                                                                 2001             499,191              62,399
     27.1 ...................... Kickoff Return Avg. .................. 22.4                     2002             490,274              61,284
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       2003            477,584                  59,698                         Turning Up the Heat: Pittsburgh has registered 10 sacks in
       2004            507,385                  63,423                      2011, with eight of the 10 sacks coming at Heinz Field, three in
       2005            507,434                  63,429
                                                                            Week 5 against Tennessee and five in Week 2 versus Seattle,
       2006            499,461                  62,433
       2007            496,675                  62,084                      tying for the third highest single-game total of the Mike Tomlin era
       2008            503,125                  62,890                      and the most since registering six versus Oakland on 11/21/10.
       2009            507,882 •                63,458 •                    The Steelers eight sacks at Heinz Field tie for fifth in the NFL for
       2010            504,669                  63,084                      team sacks at home.
       2011            127,538                  63,769
                                                                               On the road the Steelers have recorded sacks at key times. In
• Team record                                                               Week 3 against Indianapolis, LB James Harrison forced a fumble
   Heinz Field Advantage: The Steelers own the best home record             on a sack of Curtis Painter that S Troy Polamalu returned 16
in the NFL with a 229-88-1 record (.722) since 1970. Pittsburgh is          yards for a touchdown to give Pittsburgh a 20-13 lead in the fourth
44-14 (.759) at home over the past seven seasons, including a 2-            quarter.
0 record in 2011. This season marked the fourth time in the past               Since 1994, the Steelers have led the AFC in sacks six times
five seasons that the Steelers opened 2-0 at home.                          and the entire NFL three times, including in 2010. Since 2004, the
   Pittsburgh finished the 2004 regular season with an undefeated           Steelers have the most sacks in the NFL with 309.
(8-0) home record for only the third time in team history and for              The Steelers led the NFL with 48 sacks in 2010, including a
the first time in 25 years.                                                 season-high six in Week 11 versus Oakland. In 2009, the Steelers
   The Steelers finished the 1979 regular season with an                    finished with 47 sacks, ranking first in the AFC and second in the
undefeated home record (8-0) and eventually won Super Bowl                  NFL.
XIV. The Steelers were also undefeated at home (7-0) in 1972.                  Sacks became an official NFL statistic in 1982, however, a record
   The following is a look at the list of the Steelers’ records at home     of “passers tackled” was kept prior to that time. Following are the
since 2004:                                                                 Steelers’ single-season sack totals dating back to 1970:
         Year            Record                                                  Pittsburgh Steelers Team Sack Totals (Since 1970)
         2004               8-0
         2005               5-3                                                       Year                Total       Year                Total
         2006               5-3                                                       1970   ................. 26     1991 .................. 38
         2007               7-1                                                       1971   ................. 33     1992 .................. 36
         2008               6-2                                                       1972   ................. 40     1993 .................. 42
         2009               6-2                                                       1973   ................. 33     1994 .................. 55 *
         2010               5-3                                                       1974   ................. 52     1995 .................. 42
         2011               2-0                                                       1975   ................. 43     1996 .................. 51
                                                                                      1976   ................. 41     1997 .................. 48
   Starting Away From Home: This season the Steelers played                           1977   ................. 32     1998 .................. 41
three of their first four games on the road for the first time since                  1978   ................. 44     1999 .................. 39
                                                                                      1979   ................. 49     2000 .................. 39
2001, and for only the eighth time in team history. In 2001, Pitts-
                                                                                      1980   ................. 18     2001 .................. 55 *
burgh went 3-1, including winning two out of three of those road                      1981   ................. 40     2002 .................. 50
games. This season the Steelers finished 1-2 on the road, losing                      1982   ................. 34     2003 .................. 35
the final away game in Week 4 at Houston, 17-10. The Steelers                         1983   ................. 50     2004 .................. 41
have won seven of their last nine regular-season road games.                          1984   ................. 47     2005 .................. 47
   Since 1970, Pittsburgh has opened the season with three of the                     1985   ................. 36     2006 .................. 39
first four games on the road six times and in five of those                           1986   ................. 43     2007 .................. 36
occurances, including this season, they finished the four-game                        1987   ................. 26     2008 .................. 51
                                                                                      1988   ................. 19     2009 .................. 47
set with at least a .500 record. The chart below shows how they
                                                                                      1989   ................. 31     2010 .................. 48
finished the first four games and the regular season.                                 1990   ................. 34     2011 ................... 10

Year     first four games          first three road games   end of season             * Team Record
2011             2-2                          1-2                  -
2001             3-1                          2-1               13-3*         Defense! Defense! Defense!: Pittsburgh shut out the Seattle
1992             3-1                          2-1               11-5*       Seahawks in Week 2, 24-0. It marked the fourth shutout during
1986             1-3                          1-2                6-10
                                                                            the Mike Tomlin era and the first since 12/28/08 (31-0, vs.
1982             3-1                          2-1                6-3*
1972             2-2                          1-2               11-3*       Cleveland). It marked the 28th shutout for the Steelers since 1960,
                                                                            which is the second most in the NFL during that time span:
       *made the postseason
       1982 was a strike interupted season                                      Team                       Shutouts
                                                                                Chicago                    30
   Controlling The NFC: After beating Seattle in Week 2, the Steelers           Pittsburgh                 28
                                                                                Miami                      25
have won 24 of their past 29 regular-season games versus teams
                                                                                New England                24
in the NFC, dating back to 2003.
                                                                                San Francisco              24
   The Steelers are 98-58-1 all-time against the NFC, including
56-19-1 at home. Pittsburgh has won six of there last seven games
                                                                               Defensive Dominance: The Steelers have given up 17.8 points
against NFC opponents.
                                                                            per game in 2011 to rank fourth in the NFL. Over the past four
   The Steelers have reeled off six consecutive home vicories
                                                                            weeks Pittsburgh has given up a total of 54 points. In two home
versus NFC teams. Pittsburgh last lost to an NFC team at Heinz
                                                                            games the Steelers have allowed a total of 17 points.
Field in 2008 (14-21, vs. New York Giants). Prior to losing to the
                                                                               Last season Pittsburgh gave up just 232 points, which ranked
Giants, Pittsburgh had won eight straight games versus NFC
                                                                            first in the AFC and in the NFL.
teams at home. The Steelers are 6-2 versus the NFC in the Super
                                                                               The Steelers have allowed the fewest points in the NFL since
Bowl.
                                                                            the beginning of the 2007 season. Pittsburgh has allowed just
                                                                            1,137 points during that span (16.5 per game).
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   The following is a list of the top four teams in the NFL who have           in 2002. The Steelers won the AFC North Division for the third time
allowed the fewest points since the start of the 2007 campaign:                in four years in 2010.
    Team                      Points Allowed                                       The Steelers have won 20 division titles since the NFL merger
    Pittsburgh                     1,137                                       in 1970, the most in the NFL during that time.
    Baltimore                      1,216                                           The following is a list of teams that have won the most division
    New England                    1,300                                       titles and qualified for the playoffs since 2002:
    Green Bay                      1,319                                           Team                             Playoffs         Division Titles
                                                                                   Indianapolis                        9                    7
  Road Warriors: The Steelers have had great success playing                       New England                         7                    7
away from Heinz Field over the last decade. Dating back to the                     Philadelphia                        7                    6
                                                                                   Pittsburgh                          6                    5
start of 2010 season, the Steelers have won eight of their past 11                 San Diego                           5                    5
road games.                                                                        Green Bay                           6                    4
  Since the beginning of the 2000 season, the Steelers own the
fourth-best road winning percentage in the NFL.                                   In the Red Zone: In Week 5, Pittsburgh was 5-of-5 inside the
  The following is a list of the top road winning percentages since            20-yard line, recording four touchdowns and one field goal. It was
2000:                                                                          by far the Steelers most productive day inside the 20-yard line this
    Team                       W              L           T         Pct.       season, marking the first time this season that Pittsburgh recorded
    Indianapolis               59             31          0         .656       points on each trip into the red zone. It was only the second time
    New England                59             32          0         .648       since the start of the 2010 regular season that the Steelers
    Philadelphia               58             32          1         .643
                                                                               recorded four touchdowns in the red zone (4 TDs, at Cleveland, 1/
    Pittsburgh                 54             37          0         .593
    New Orleans                53             38          0         .582       2/11).
    New York Giants            52             39          0         .571          Following is a look at how the Steelers offense has performed
                                                                               in the red zone this season:
  Continued Success: Since the 1970 merger of the National                     Opponent                                 Att./Scores                 TDs               FGs                Pts
and American Football Leagues, the Pittsburgh Steelers own the                 @ Baltimore ............................. 2/1 ..................... 1 .............. 0 ................. 7
best record in the NFL.                                                        vs. Seattle ............................... 4/3 ..................... 2 .............. 1 ............... 17
                                                                               @ Indianapolis ......................... 2/1 ..................... 0 .............. 1 ................. 3
  The following is a look at the top three regular-season records              @ Houston ............................... 3/2 ..................... 1 .............. 1 ............... 10
since the merger in 1970:                                                      vs. Tennessee ......................... 5/5 ..................... 4 .............. 1 ............... 31
                                                                               Total ....................................... 16/12 ................... 8 .............. 4 ............... 68
      Team                         W         L     T      Pct.
   1. Pittsburgh Steelers          387       248   2      .609
   2. Miami Dolphins               379       255   2      .598                    Red Zone Defense: In a Week 2 shutout of Seattle, the Steelers
   3. Dallas Cowboys               375       261   0      .590                 defense didn’t allow the Seahawks offense to reach the red zone
                                                                               and only one Seattle possession ended across mid-field.
  Among The Best: The Steelers have 580 career wins (including                    Following is a look at how the Steelers’ defense has performed
postseason), which is the fourth-most in NFL history.                          in the red zone in 2011:
  The following is a listing of the top five teams in the NFL for              Opponent                              Att./Scores                   TDs              FGs                 Pts
career wins (including postseason):                                            @ Baltimore .......................... 6/5 ...................... 3 ............... 2 ................ 27
                                                                               vs. Seattle ............................ 0/0 ...................... 0 ............... 0 .................. 0
        Team                         Wins
                                                                               @ Indianapolis ...................... 3/3 ...................... 1 ............... 2 ................ 13
   1.   Chicago Bears                722
                                                                               @ Houston ............................ 2/2 ...................... 1 ............... 1 ................ 10
   2.   Green Bay Packers            694
                                                                               vs. Tennessee ...................... 3/3 ...................... 2 ............... 1 ................ 17
   3.   New York Giants              659
                                                                               Total .................................... 14/13 .................... 7 ............... 6 ................ 67
   4.   Pittsburgh Steelers          580
   5.   Washington Redskins          573
                                                                                 Five & 10: The Steelers rank in the top five in the AFC and/or the
   Additionally, Pittsburgh owns the second-best record in the NFL             top 10 in the NFL in several team and individual categories in
since the free-agency era (since 1993) with a 184-108-1 (.630)                 2011. Following is a list of those rankings:
record.
                                                                                           Pittsburgh Steelers - 2011 AFC/NFL Rankings
   The following is a look at the top three regular-season records
in the free agency era (since 1993):                                           Team Offense                                        Statistic             Rank (AFC/NFL)
                                                                               Passing Net Yards/Game ......................... 263.8 ........................... 5th/12th
      Team                         W         L     T      Pct.                 Passing Net Yerds/Play .............................. 6.9 ............................. 5th/12th
   1. New England Patriots         189       104   0      .645                 First Downs/Game ..................................... 21.6 ............................. 4th/8th
   2. Pittsburgh Steelers          184       108   1      .630                 Third Down Efficiency ............................... 49.2 ............................. 3rd/5th
   3. Green Bay Packers            184       109   0      .628
                                                                               Team Defense                                            Statistic              Rank (AFC/NFL)
                                                                               Total Yards/Game ...................................... 282.8 ........................... 2nd/2nd
   Regular-Season Success: Pittsburgh owns the third-best                      Yards Per Play ............................................ 4.8 .............................. 3rd/3rd
regular-season record in the NFL over the past 10-plus seasons.                Passing Net Yards/Game ......................... 174.0 ............................ 1st/1st
                                                                               Passing Net Yards/Play .............................. 4.9 .............................. 1st/1st
The Steelers have averaged over 10 wins per year and have earned               First Downs/Game ..................................... 15.2 ....................... T-1st/T-1st
seven playoff berths, six division titles and two Super Bowl victories         Points Per Game ........................................ 17.8 .......................... 2nd/T-4th
in that time period.                                                           Net Yards Per Game Differential .............. 90.8 ............................. 2nd/5th
   The following are the top five teams in regular-season winning              Inside the 20 TD% ...................................... 50.0 ..................... T-5th/T-14th
                                                                               First Down Yards Per Play ........................ 4.72 ............................. 1st/1st
percentage from 2000-2011:
                                                                               Special Teams                                          Statistic             Rank (AFC/NFL)
  Team              W         L          T         Pct.       Playoff Berths   Punt Return Avg. ....................................... 12.8 ............................. 3rd/7th
  New England      130        51         0         .718              8         Kickoff Return Avg. ................................... 30.1 ............................. 2nd/4th
  Indianapolis     125        56         0         .691              9         Net Punting Avg. ........................................ 39.9 ............................. 4th/9th
  Pittsburgh       118        62         1         .655              7
  Philadelphia     114        66         1         .633              9         Individual Offense                             Statistic             Rank (AFC/NFL)
  Green Bay        110        71         0         .608              7         Roethlisberger (Passing Yards) ................ 1,376 ........................... 5th/10th
                                                                               Roethlisberger (Passing Attempts) ............ 172 ...................... T-5th/T-11th
                                                                               Roethlisberger (Completions) ..................... 109 ............................ 5th/11th
  Sustaining Success: Pittsburgh has made the playoffs six times               Roethlisberger (Average Gain) ................... 8.0 .............................. 4th/9th
and won the AFC North five times since the divisional realignment              Roethlisberger (Passing Touchdowns) .......... 8 ......................... T-5th/T-9th
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Roethlisberger (Third Down Passing) ....... 104.7 ............................ 2nd/4th              each of his first four seasons. Tomlin is the only coach in team
Redman (Third and One Rushing) ............ 100.0 ...................... T-1st/T-1st
Wallace (Receptions) ................................... 31 ........................... 2nd/T-5th   history to win division titles in each of his first two seasons (2007-
Wallace (Receiving Yards) ......................... 536 ............................. 2nd/3rd       08).
Wallace (Third Down Receptions) ................ 8 ........................ T-3rd/T-11th              In 2007, Tomlin became the second head coach in team history
Wallace (Most Yards From Scrimmage) .... 544 ............................ 5th/10th
                                                                                                    to post a winning record in his first season with a mark of 10-6.
Individual Defense                     Statistic               Rank (AFC/NFL)
Polamalu (Fumbles Returned For TD) ......... 1 ......................... T-1st/T-1st
                                                                                                       High Honor Roll: Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau was
Individual Special Teams                      Statistic             Rank (AFC/NFL)                  inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in August of 2010.
Sepulveda (Punting Average) .................... 49.9 ............................. 5th/6th
Sepulveda (Net Punting Average) ............. 39.9 ............................. 4th/9th            LeBeau had an outstanding NFL career, finishing with 62 career
A. Brown (Punt Return Average) ............... 14.6 ............................. 2nd/5th           interceptions (seventh all-time) and 171 consecutive starts (then-
A. Brown (Kickoff Return Average) .......... 31.6 ............................. 2nd/4th             NFL record for a cornerback) with the Detroit Lions.
                                                                                                       LeBeau was also inducted into the Ohio State University Hall of
                           COACHING NOTES                                                           Fame in 2009. He played at Ohio State as a cornerback and
  Among The Best: Since Mike Tomlin was named head coach                                            halfback and was a member of the 1957 national championship
of the Steelers in 2007, Pittsburgh has compiled the third-most                                     team.
wins in the NFL during that time span (46). The following is the
top five regular-season records in the NFL since 2007:                                                    INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE NOTES
                                                                                                       Finding The End Zone: QB Ben Roethlistberger tied a career-
   Team                     Record               Playoff App.              Super Bowl App.          high with five touchdown passes in Week 5 against Tennessee.
   NE                        55-14                    3                           1                 It was the fourth time in his career he threw at least four touchdown
   IND                       49-20                    4                           1
   PIT                       46-23                    3                           2
                                                                                                    passes in one game and only the second time he totaled five (11/
   SD                        45-24                    3                           0                 5/07 at Baltimore). Roethlisberger is the only Steelers quarterback
   GB                        45-24                    3                           1                 to throw for a franchise best five touchdowns in a single game
                                                                                                    twice during the regular season:
  Primetime Specialist: Head Coach Mike Tomlin improved to                                               Player                    Opp              Passing TDs
16-5 overall in primetime games, including an 8-3 record on the                                          Ben Roethlisberger        Ten (10/9/11)         5
                                                                                                         Ben Roethlisberger        Bal (11/5/07)         5
road, with the Week Three win at Indianapolis. He is 6-0 on Monday
                                                                                                         Mark Malone               Ind (9/8/85)          5
Night Football, 6-4 on Sunday Night Football and 4-1 on Thursday                                         Terry Bradshaw            Atl (11/15/81)        5
Night Football.                                                                                       Since the start of the 2007 season, Roethlisberger is tied with
  Tomlin joined only Bill Cowher (Steelers), Tom Flores (Raiders),                                  New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees for the second-most games
Steve Mariucci (49ers), George Siefert (49ers) and Don Shula                                        with at least five touchdown passes.
(Colts, Dolphins) as coachees to win their first six Monday Night                                        Player                   Game of 5+ Passing TDs
Football games.                                                                                          Tom Brady                          4
                                                                                                         Ben Roethlisberger                 2
  Strong Out Of The Gate: Pittsburgh won their first two home                                            Drew Brees                         2
games for the fourth time in five seasons under Tomlin.
  In Week 2 Pittsburgh won its fifth straight home opener under                                       Racking Up Yards: QB Ben Roethlisberger is in the midst of a
Head Coach Mike Tomlin. He is the only Steelers head coach to                                       career-long streak of 13 regular-season games with at least 200
win his first five home openers.                                                                    passing yards.
  Under Tomlin the Steelers are 11-5 in the month of September.                                       This season marks only the second time in his career when he
                                                                                                    has surpassed 200 yards passing in each of the first five games
   In Control: Head Coach Mike Tomlin owns an 18-7 all-time                                         of the season (first six games, 2009).
mark against teams in the AFC North.
   Tomlin owns an impressive 10-2 record against divisional foes                                       Titan-Sized Performances: QB Ben Roethlisberger improved
at Heinz Field.                                                                                     to 3-1 during his career versus the Tennessee Titans, with all
                                                                                                    three wins coming at Heinz Field. In Week 5 Roethlisberger
  Our House: Head Coach Mike Tomlin owns a 26-8 regular-                                            completed 24-of-34 passes for 228 yards, five touchdowns, one
season record at Heinz Field in his four seasons in Pittsburgh.                                     interception and a passer rating of 116.2. It marked his 43rd
  The Steelers are 2-0 in 2011 at home.                                                             regular-season game with a passer rating of 100.0+ and his
                                                                                                    second against the Titans.
   Tomlin Versus the NFC: With a victory over Seattle in Week 2                                        In his first game versus Tennessee back on 9/11/05,
Head Coach Mike Tomlin improved his regular-season record to                                        Roethlisberger recorded his first perfect passer rating of 158.3
13-4 against NFC teams in his fifth season at the helm of the                                       after completing 9-of-11 passes for 218 yards and two
Steelers.                                                                                           touchdowns.
   The Steelers were 3-1 in 2010 against NFC teams (Week 1
victory over the Atlanta Falcons, Week 3 victory against Tampa                                         Comeback Kid: In Week 3 at Indianapolis, QB Ben
Bay, Week 8 defeat at New Orleans, Week 16 victory Carolina).                                       Roethlisberger led the Steelers on a 10-play, 60-yard drive in the
                                                                                                    final two minutes that led to a game-winning 38-yard field goal
  Nine Times: Head Coach Mike Tomlin became only the seventh                                        with 0:04 left. It marked his 24th game winning/overtime drive of
head coach to win at least nine games in each of his first four                                     his career in the regular season. The win improved him to 27-12
seasons since the NFL merger in 1970.                                                               in games decided by six points or less (including postseason).
  Tomlin joined George Siefert, Mike Holmgren, Bill Cowher,
Chuck Knox, Mike Sherman and John Robinson.                                                           300-Yard Plateau: QB Ben Roethlisberger totaled 364 passing
                                                                                                    yards in Week 3 at Indianapolis. It marked the seventh-most
  Few And Far Between: Head Coach Mike Tomlin became only                                           passing yards in a single game in his career (503, 433, 417, 398,
the second coach in Steelers’ history to post winning records in                                    387, 386).

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  He has thrown for over 300 yards 16 times in his career, a team                                                                             37 games vs.
                                                                                 Statistic                                           AFC North (as a starter)
record.
                                                                                 Record ............................................................. 29-8
                                                                                 Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ............... 60.8 (643-1,057)
   Quick Start: QB Ben Roethlisberger has a passer rating of                     Passing Yards ................................................ 8,200
98.0 in the first half of games in 2011. He has completed 57-of-86               Passing Touchdowns ......................................... 51
                                                                                 Interceptions ...................................................... 35
pass attempts for 639 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions               Passer Rating .................................................. 87.4
in the first half of the first five games this season.
   In Week 5 against Tennessee, Roethlisberger recorded three                  Also, the following is a look at Roethlisberger’s career statistics
touchdown passes in the first half. It marked the fourth time in his         against AFC North opponents as a starter at home compared to
career he totaled at least four touchdown passes in the first half           the road:
and was only the sixth time since 1991 that a Steelers quarterback               Statistic                                    Home vs. AFC North Away vs. AFC North
acheived the feat.                                                               Record ................................................................ 15-4 ........................... 14-4
          Player                   Opp.           Passing TDs                    Completion Pct. (Comp.-Att.) ........... 60.9 (332-545) ........... 60.7 (311-512)
          Ben Roethlisberger       Bal (11/5/07)       5                         Passing Yards .................................................. 4,358 ......................... 3,822
                                                                                 Passing Touchdowns ............................................. 28 .............................. 23
          Ben Roethlisberger       Ten (10/9/11)       3
                                                                                 Interceptions .......................................................... 20 .............................. 15
          Ben Roethlisberger       Atl (10/22/06       3                         Passer Rating ..................................................... 88.0 ........................... 86.6
          Ben Roethlisberger       StL (12/20/07)      3
          Charlie Batch            TB (9/26/10)        3
                                                                               Starting Strong At Heinz: QB Ben Roethlisberger improved
          Kordell Stewart          Den (12/7/97)       3
  Roethlisberger completed 7-of-11 passes for 171 yards and                  his record to 5-0 in home openers, with a 24-0 win over the Seattle
one touchdown for a 137.5 passer rating in the first quarter against         Seahawks in Week 2. Below is how he performed in the five home
the Colts in Week 3. The 171 yards were the most yards he has                openers he has played in:
                                                                               Game                Comp.             Att.           Yds.               TD          INT           Rating
thrown for in the first quarter during his career. Dating back to
                                                                               ‘11 vs. Sea            22              30             298               1           0              115.7
1991, it was the highest first-quarter passing total of any Steelers’
                                                                               ‘09 vs. Ten            33              43             363               1           2               89.6
quarterback.                                                                   ‘08 vs. Hou            13              14             137               2           0              147.0
  Roethlisberger went on to total 231 yards during the first half,             ‘07 vs. Buf            21              34             242               1           1               80.8
the fifth highest first half total of his career. Out of those five games,     ‘05 vs. Ten             9              11             218               2           0              158.3
the Steelers went on to win four of them.                                      Total                  98             132           1,258               7           3              111.9

    Facing The NFC: With a career record of 71-31 as a starter, QB             Home Cooking: QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 40-12 (.769)
Ben Roethlisberger has posted gaudy numbers no matter the                    mark in the regular season in his career at Heinz Field, including
opposition.                                                                  winning his first eight starts as a rookie in 2004.
    Throughout his career, Roethlisberger has feasted on compe-                At Heinz Field, Roethlisberger has completed 63.2 percent of
tition from the NFC. In 26 career regular-season games against               his passes for 12,344 with 78 touchdowns and 43 interceptions
NFC opponents, Roethlisberger has posted a 20-6 record while                 for a passer rating of 94.3. He has thrown for more than 300 yards
completing 406-of-659 passes (61.6 pct.) for 5,539 yards with 34             nine times and has 23 multi-touchdown games at home (18-5
touchdowns and 17 interceptions for a passer rating of 94.9.                 record in such games), including a franchise and career tying
    Roethlisberger’s statistics against the NFC are equally im-              high five touchdowns versus the Titans in Week 5.
pressive in games at Heinz Field. In 14 career games against                   Roethlisberger has twice posted a perfect passer rating at
NFC opponents at home, Roethlisberger has a 13-1 mark while                  home, including most recently in Week 9 of 2007 against
completing 217-of-365 passes (59.5 pct.) for 3,139 yards with 18             Baltimore. He also had a perfect passer rating (158.3) against
touchdowns and eight interceptions for a passer rating of 94.8.              Tennessee in the 2005 season opener and has posted at least a
    Roethlisberger won his first seven starts against NFC teams.             125.0 passer rating seven times.
                                                                               The Steelers have scored at least 20 points in 43 of the 52 games
  Title Man: QB Ben Roethlisberger has led the Steelers to the               at home with Roethlisberger as the starter.
AFC Championship Game four times in his first seven seasons.
He is one of only two active NFL quarterbacks to win multiple                   Starting In Style: In his career, QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a
Super Bowl titles (Tom Brady).                                               72-31 (.699) record as a starting quarterback in the regular season.
  Roethlisberger joined Roger Staubach, Bernie Kosar, Tom Brady              That mark is the second-best record in the NFL among all active
and Donovan McNabb as the only quarterbacks to lead their teams              quarterbacks (min. 50 starts).
to the conference title game at least three times in their first five           With a win in Week 2 over Seattle, Roethlisberger reached 70
seasons as the starting quarterback.                                         victories in the fourth-fewest starts (100) among quarterbacks
                                                                             who began their career in the Super Bowl era, only trailing Pro
   Controlling The North: QB Ben Roethlisberger owns a 29-8                  Football Hall of Famer Roger Staubach (94), Tom Brady (94) and
(.784) record as a starter against AFC North opponents during                Ken Stabler (98) in that category.
his career with the Steelers. He finished a perfect 5-0 in 2010                 His 63-27 record after his first 90 starts in the NFL ranks third
against divisional foes.                                                     (tied) in league history for the best record in such starts. Only Tom
   Roethlisberger had won 12 straight games against divisional               Brady (67-23) and Ken Stabler (66-23-1) had better records in
foes as the starter prior to the Week 3 setback at Cincinnati in             their first 90 starts in the NFL. Roethlisberger’s record is tied with
2009, which was the longest streak in the NFL and the longest                Jim McMahon.
since Peyton Manning won 12 straight from 2004-06.                              The following is a look at the top five starting records among
   In his 37 career games versus division opponents,                         active quarterbacks in the NFL (min. 50 starts):
Roethlisberger has posted a perfect passer rating once (11/5/07                      Name                          W L                             T     Pct.
vs. Baltimore) and has recorded a passer rating of over 100.0 a                 1.   Tom Brady, Patriots          115 35                           0     .767
total of 14 times.                                                              2.   Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers 72 31                            0     .699
                                                                                3.   Philip Rivers, Chargers       62 27                           0     .697
   The following is a look at his statistics against the AFC North in           4.   Matt Ryan, Falcons            35 16                           0     .686
his 37 games as a starter:                                                      5.   Peyton Manning, Colts        141 67                           0     .678

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  Movin’ On Up: QB Ben Roethlisberger leads the Steelers in                                                Steelers Highest Single-Season Passer-Ratings Leaders
nearly 40 different career categories and is tied for first in five                                                             (Among Qualifiers)
other categories. The following is where Roethlisberger ranks in                                                  Player                        Rating
Steelers history in several key passing categories:                                                         1.    Ben Roethlisberger   (2007)    104.1
                                                                                                            2.    Ben Roethlisberger   (2009)    100.5
      Roethlisberger’s Career Rankings Among Steelers QBs                                                   3.    Ben Roethlisberger   (2005)     98.6
                                                                                                            4.    Ben Roethlisberger   (2004)     98.1
  Category                                                              Statistic             Rank
                                                                                                            5.    Ben Roethlisberger   (2010)     97.0
  Single-Season TD Passes (2007) ...................................... 32            ............. 1st
  Single-Season Passing Yards (2009) ........................... 4,328                ............. 1st    Steelers Top Single-Season Completion Percentage Leaders
  Single-Season Completions (2009) ................................. 337              ............. 1st
                                                                                                                              (Minimum 250 Attempts)
  Single-Season Completion Pct. (2004) .......................... 66.4                ............. 1st
  Single-Season Passer Rating (2007) ........................... 104.1                ............. 1st           Player                        Att.     Comp.   Pct.
  3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-10) .............................. 5               ............. 1st     1.    Ben Roethlisberger (2009)     506      337     66.6
  Consecutive 3,000-Yard Passing Seasons (2006-10) ........ 5                         ............. 1st     2.    Ben Roethlisberger (2004)     295      196     66.4
  Single-Game Completion Pct. (11/26/07 vs. Miami) ..... 85.7                         ............. 1st     3.    Ben Roethlisberger (2007)     404      264     65.3
  Seasons w/ 250+ Completions (2006-09) ........................... 4                 ............. 1st     4.    Ben Roethlisberger (2005)     268      168     62.7
  Seasons w/ Completion Pct. of 60.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09, ‘10) .. 4                 ............. 1st     5.    Tommy Maddox (2002)           377      234     62.1
  Seasons w/ Passer Rating of 90.0+ (2004, ‘05, ‘07, ‘09, ‘10) ... 4                  ............. 1st
  Completions in Single Game (11/5/06 vs. Denver) ......... 38                        ............. 1st
  Passing Yards in Single Game (12/20/09 vs. G.B.) ....... 503                        ............. 1st      Taking Care of the Ball: QB Ben Roethlisberger completed 8-
  Career Winning Pct. ....................................................... .699    ............. 1st   of-15 passes against Baltimore in Week 1 before throwing an
  Career Completion Pct. .................................................. 63.1      ............. 1st   interception early in the third quarter, ending his career-best streak
  Career Passing Yards/Attempts ...................................... 8.0            ............. 1st
  Career QB Rating ........................................................... 92.3   ............. 1st
                                                                                                          of not throwing an interception in 173 consecutive passes. His
  Career 300-yard Passing Games ...................................... 16             ............. 1st   interception streak started on December 5, 2010, at Baltimore.
  Career Games w/ 30+ Completions .................................... 5              ............. 1st
  Career Games w/ 100.0+ Passer Rating .......................... 46                  ............. 1st     Deadly Combination: Through five games in 2011, QB Ben
  Career Perfect Passer Rating Games (158.3) ** ............... 3                     ............. 1st
  Career QB Rating in 4th Qtr. * ....................................... 86.5         ............. 1st   Roethlisberger and WR Mike Wallace have continued the suc-
  Career Touchdown Passes in Final 2 mins./game * ......... 25                        ............. 1st   cess that started last season, hooking up for 536 yards on 31
  Consecutive Games w/ At Least One TD Pass (2006-07) ... 15                          ............. 1st   receptions with three touchdowns.
  Games Played by Rookie QB (2004) ............................... 14                 ............. 1st
  Passing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004) ........................ 295                   ............. 1st
                                                                                                            The two have combined for 10 touchdowns of at least 40 yards
  Pass Completions by Rookie QB (2004) ........................ 196                   ............. 1st   since the start of 2009, which ranks first in team history and is the
  Passing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ........................... 2,621                 ............. 1st   second-most amongst active players in the NFL (12, Peyton Man-
  Passing TDs by Rookie QB (2004) .................................. 17               ............. 1st   ning and Reggie Wayne).
  Rushing Attempts by Rookie QB (2004) .......................... 56                  ............. 1st
  Rushing Yards by Rookie QB (2004) ............................. 144                 ............. 1st     Through five games in 2011, Roethlisberger and Wallace have
  Completion Pct. by Rookie QB (2004) ** ...................... 66.4                  ............. 1st   recorded two touchdowns of at least 40 yards. Last week versus
  Passer Rating by Rookie QB (2004) ** ......................... 98.1                 ............. 1st   Tennessee, Roethlisberger and Wallace connected on a 40-yard
  Comp. %./Single Game by Rookie QB (10/17/04 vs. Dal.) ** .... 84.0                  ............. 1st
  Consecutive Wins to Start Career (2004) ** ................... 13                   ............. 1st
                                                                                                          touchdown pass. In Week 3 at Indianapolis the two recorded an
  Total Wins by Rookie QB (2004) ** .................................. 13             ............. 1st   81-yard touchdown, marking the third-longest pass of
  Single-Game TD Passes at Heinz Field (‘07 vs. Bal., ‘11 vs. T 5              en)    ............. 1st   Roethlisberger’s career and the longest reception for Wallace.
  Total Wins When Throwing for 300-plus Yards ................. 10                    ............. 1st   The following is a list of the top QB-WR combos in terms of touch-
  Single-Game TD Passes on MNF (11/5/07 vs. Bal.) ** ..... 5                          ......... T-1st
  Consecutive Passes Completed (11/26/07 vs. Miami) ... 15                            ......... T-1st     downs of 40 yards in club history:
  Seasons w/ 25+ Passing TDs (2007, 2009) ........................ 2                  ......... T-1st                                                            Career TDs of
  Career TD Passes (indoors) .............................................. 13        ......... T-1st
                                                                                                                 Quarterback/Wide Receiver                        40-plus yds.
  Passing TDs in Single Game (‘07 vs. Bal; ‘11 vs. Ten) ..... 5                       ......... T-1st
  Career QB Rating in Final 2 mins./game * .................... 77.0                  ............ 2nd           Ben Roethlisberger/Mike Wallace                            10
  Career Yards/Attempt in Final 2 mins./game * ............. 6.76                     ............ 2nd           Bubby Brister/Louis Lipps                                   7
  Career Attempts ........................................................... 2,972   ............ 2nd           Terry Bradshaw/John Stallworth                              6
  Career Completions ...................................................... 1,875     ............ 2nd           Jim Finks/Ray Mathews                                       6
  Career Passing Yards ................................................ 23,878        ............ 2nd
  Career Passing TDs ........................................................ 152     ............ 2nd
  Career TD Passes (on road) ............................................. 74         ............ 2nd
                                                                                                             Best of the Batch: QB Charlie Batch has a 23-29 record as a
  Career Passing Yards vs. NFC ................................... 5,539              ............ 2nd    starting quarterback, including a 4-2 record in his nine seasons
  Career Touchdown Passes in Dec./Jan. ........................... 43                 ............ 2nd    with Pittsburgh.
  Career Rushing Yards (by QB) ....................................... 917            ............ 3rd       In his six career starts with the Steelers, Batch is 77-of-129
  Attempts in Single Game (11/5/06 vs. Denver) ............... 54                     ............ 3rd
                                                                                                          (59.7 pct.) for 969 yards with eight touchdowns and six
  * Since 1991
  ** NFL Record
                                                                                                          interceptions (84.4 passer rating).

  Passing Perfection: QB Ben Roethlisberger has achieved a                                                  Moving Up: WR Hines Ward moved passed Hall of Fame WR
number of outstanding single-season accomplishments in his                                                Don Maynard (11,834) into 20th place in NFL history in receiving
eight-year career, including achieving a feat three times that is                                         yards. Ward led the Steelers with seven receptions for 54 yards
rarely done in the NFL.                                                                                   with two touchdowns, his 16th career multi-touchdown game
  Roethlisberger, who set the team’s single-season mark for                                               during the regular season and first since 11/9/09 at Denver (2).
passer rating (104.1) in 2007, has had a perfect passer rating                                            Ward now has 11,892 career receiving yards and needs 13 yards
(158.3) three times in his career, tying him with QB Peyton Manning                                       to pass Michael Irvin (11,904) for 19th place in NFL history:
for the most in NFL history (minimum 10 attempts).
                                                                                                            Rk.      Player                            Rec. Yards       Rec.
  Roethlisberger’s 41 career 100-plus passer rating games in
                                                                                                            16.      Jimmy Smith (1992-2005)           12,287           862
the regular season rank first in team history, surpassing Terry                                             17.      Charlie Joiner (1969-86)          12,146           750
Bradshaw, who had 31 such games since the passer rating rule                                                18.      Derrick Mason (1997-Present)      11,999           936
was implemented in 1973.                                                                                    19.      Michael Irvin (1988-1999)         11,904           750
                                                                                                            20.      Hines Ward (1998-Present)         11,892           974

                                                                                                             Top Dawg: WR Hines Ward leads the Steelers in at least 15
                                                                                                          different career receiving categories.
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   Ward is the team’s all-time leader in receiving yards (11,892),                                                          7.   Norm Johnson (1995-98) ........................ 0 ...... 137        .......   0 .... 105 ..... 452
                                                                                                                            8.   John Stallworth (1974-87) ..................... 64 .......... 0     .......   0 ........ 0 ..... 384
receptions (974) and receiving touchdowns (85).                                                                             9.   Kris Brown (1999-01) .............................. 0 ........ 98   .......   0 ...... 80 ..... 338
   Ward is the only wide receiver in Steelers history to be voted to                                                       10.   Lynn Swann (1974-82) .......................... 53 .......... 0     .......   0 ........ 0 ..... 318
four Pro Bowls. Ward’s 1,167 receiving yards in 2009 made him
the first Steelers receiver to reach 1,000 yards six times during                                                          Ward Sticking Around: WR Hines Ward is in his 14th year in
his career with the team. No other Steeler has more than three.                                                         the league and currently ranks first among active wide receivers
   Additionally, Ward has 29 career 100-yard receiving games,                                                           (T-7th overall in NFL history) with 974 career receptions. The
which is first on the team’s all-time list.                                                                             following is a list the top three active wide receivers with the most
   In 2002, Ward became the first receiver in Steelers history to                                                       career receptions:
catch 100 passes (112) in a season. His 12 touchdown receptions                                                                   Active Player                              Career Receptions
in 2002 tied him with Louis Lipps (1985) and Buddy Dial (1961)                                                                    Hines Ward                                               974
for the highest single-season total in team history.                                                                              Derrick Mason                                            937
   Ward was selected to the 2002-05 AFC Pro Bowl squads.                                                                          Reggie Wayne                                             809
   The following is where Ward ranks in Steelers history in several
key receiving categories:                                                                                                 In Reach Of 12,000: WR Hines Ward needs 108 receiving yards
        Ward’s Rankings Among Steelers Receivers (All-Time)
                                                                                                                        to reach 12,000 for his career, becoming the 18th player in NFL
                                                                                                                        history to reach the mark.
  Category                                                                  Statistic              Rank
  Receptions ....................................................................... 974   ............. 1st
                                                                                                                          Currently there are only two players in NFL history to reach
  Receiving Yards ......................................................... 11,892         ............. 1st            12,000 receiving yards while playing for one team during their
  Receiving TDs ................................................................... 85     ............. 1st            entire career (Marvin Harrison, Ind. and Steve Largent, Sea.).
  Career 100-Yard Games .................................................... 29            ............. 1st              In 2010, Ward became the first player in Steelers’ history to
  Consecutive Games w/ Catch ........................................ 186                  ............. 1st
  1,000-Yd. Seasons (2001-04, 2008-09) .............................. 6                    ............. 1st            reach 11,000 career receiving yards. Additionally, Ward, who has
  Consecutive 1,000-Yd. Seasons (2001-04) ....................... 4                        ............. 1st            967 career receptions, became just the 12th player in NFL history
  90-plus Catch Seasons (2001-03, 2009) ............................ 4                     ............. 1st            to record 900 receptions and 11,000 yards in a career.
  Consecutive 90-plus Catch Seasons (2001-03) ................ 3                           ............. 1st
  Receptions in a Season (2002) ....................................... 112                ............. 1st
                                                                                                                          The following is a list of the players who have played their entire
  Rushing Yards by a Receiver ......................................... 428                ............. 1st            career with one team and posted more than 10,000 receiving
  Consecutive Pro Bowls by Receiver (2002-05) ................. 4                          ............. 1st            yards:
  Consecutive Seasons as Team’s Leading Receiver ........ 11                               ............. 1st
  Consecutive 100-Yard Games (2002) ................................ 3                     ......... T-1st                  Player (Team)                                     Total Receiving Yds.
  TD Receptions in a Season (2002) ................................... 12                  ......... T-1st                  Marvin Harrison (Colts)                                         14,580
  Receptions in a Single Game (11/30/03) .......................... 13                     ............ 2nd                 Steve Largent (Seahawks)                                        13,089
  Receiving Yards in a Season (2002) ........................... 1,329                     ............ 3rd                 Michael Irvin (Cowboys)                                         11,904
  100-Yard Games in a Season (2002, 2005, 2008, 2009) ... 5                                ......... T-3rd                  Hines Ward (Steelers)                                           11,892
  Receiving Yards in a Game (10/22/06) .......................... 171                      ........... 11th                 Rod Smith (Broncos)                                             11,389

  Chart Topper: WR Hines Ward is the leading receiver in Steelers
                                                                                                                           Hines Hanging Around: WR Hines Ward has been with the
history in receptions, receiving yardage and touchdown catches.
                                                                                                                        Steelers since he was drafted in the third round in the 1998 NFL
He has more receptions than Hall of Fame receivers John
                                                                                                                        Draft. 2011 marks Ward’s 14th season with the Steelers, which
Stallworth and Lynn Swann combined.
                                                                                                                        ties for the second longest tenure in team history behind Mike
  Following are the Steelers’ career receiving leaders:
                                                                                                                        Webter, who played in Pittsburgh 15 years (1974-88). Ward owns
                      Steelers All-Time Leading Receivers                                                               the longest tenure among wide receivers with their current team.
Rank    Player                                               No.           Yds.                   Avg.          TDs        The following is a list of the longest-tenured wideouts with their
   1.   Hines Ward (1998-present) .................. 974 ...... 11,892                     ...... 12.2     ....... 85   current team:
   2.   John Stallworth (1974-87) ....................... 537 ........ 8,723               ...... 16.2     ....... 63
   3.   Louis Lipps (1984-91) .............................. 358 ........ 6,018            ...... 16.8     ....... 39       Player                                   Team                 First Year With Team
   4.   Lynn Swann (1974-82) ............................ 336 ........ 5,462               ...... 16.3     ....... 51       Hines Ward                               Steelers                     1998
   5.   Elbie Nickel (1947-57) ............................. 329 ........ 5,133            ...... 15.6     ....... 37       Donald Driver                            Packers                      1999
   6.   Franco Harris (1972-83) ......................... 306 ........ 2,284               ........ 7.5    ........ 9
   7.   Heath Miller (2005-present) ................. 301 ........ 3,423                   ...... 11.4     ....... 30     Red-Zone Receiver: WR Hines Ward has been a major target
   8.   Plaxico Burress (2000-2004) ................... 261 ........ 4,164                 ...... 16.0     ....... 22
   9.   Charles Johnson (1994-98) .................... 250 ........ 3,400                  ...... 13.6     ....... 15   for Pittsburgh quarterbacks in the red zone. In Week 5 he recorded
  10.   Merril Hoge (1987-93) .............................. 241 ........ 2,054            ........ 8.5    ....... 13   two touchdown receptions in the red zone against Tennessee.
                                                                                                                          Since 2002, Ward is second in the NFL with 50 red-zone
             Steelers All-Time Receiving Yardage Leaders                                                                receiving touchdowns. Ward had four red-zone touchdowns in
Rank    Player                                            Rec.            Yds.                    Avg.          TDs     2010.
   1.   Hines Ward (1998-present) ................. 974 ..... 11,892                       ....... 12.2    ....... 85     The following is a look at the top three active players in the NFL
   2.   John Stallworth (1974-87) ...................... 537 ........ 8,723                ....... 16.2    ....... 63
                                                                                                                        with receiving touchdowns in the red zone since 2002:
   3.   Louis Lipps (1984-91) ............................. 358 ........ 6,018             ....... 16.8    ....... 39
   4.   Lynn Swann (1974-82) ........................... 336 ........ 5,462                ....... 16.3    ....... 51          Player (Team)                                  # of Red-Zone TDs
   5.   Elbie Nickel (1947-57) ............................ 329 ........ 5,133             ....... 15.6    ....... 37       1. Antonio Gates (Chargers)                                      51
   6.   Buddy Dial (1959-63) ............................. 229 ........ 4,723              ....... 20.6    ....... 42       2. Hines Ward (Steelers)                                         50
   7.   Plaxico Burress (2000-04) ..................... 261 ........ 4,164                 ....... 16.0    ....... 22
   8.   Ray Mathews (1951-59) ......................... 230 ........ 3,919                 ....... 16.1    ....... 34
                                                                                                                            3. Larry Fitzgerald (Cardinals)                                  46
   9.   Roy Jefferson (1965-69) ....................... 199 ........ 3,671                 ....... 18.4    ....... 29
  10.   Yancey Thigpen (1992-97) ..................... 222 ........ 3,641                  ....... 16.4    ....... 21     Ward On The Run: WR Hines Ward’s versatility makes him a
                                                                                                                        threat to run the football as well as catch a pass.
                          Steelers’ All-Time Scoring Leaders                                                              Ward has 428 career rushing yards to mark the most by a
 Rank     Player                                         TDs          P Ts
                                                                       A               2pt. FGs               Pts       Steelers wide receiver in team history.
    1.    Gary Anderson (1982-93) ....................... 0 ...... 416             ....... 0 .... 309 .. 1,343            Ward scored his first (and only) career rushing touchdown in
    2.    Jeff Reed (2002-10) ............................... 0 ...... 307         ....... 0 .... 204 ..... 919
    3.    Roy Gerela (1971-78) ............................. 0 ...... 293          ....... 0 .... 146 ..... 731         2004 against Philadelphia.
    4.    Franco Harris (1972-83) ..................... 100 .......... 0           ....... 0 ........ 0 ..... 600
    5.    Hines Ward (1998-present) ............... 86 .......... 0                ....... 5 ........ 0 ..... 526         Wallace Continues To Thrive: WR Mike Wallace has started
    6.    Jerome Bettis (1996-2005) ................... 80 .......... 0            ....... 1 ........ 0 ..... 482       the 2011 season right where he left off in 2010, recording 31
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receptions for 536 yards and three touchdowns in his first five          in Week 5 and a career long 81-yard touchdown at Indianapolis in
games.                                                                   Week 3.
   He posted 100 yards receiving in each of the first three games,          Last season Wallace caught a 46-yard touchdown and a 41-
setting a franchise-best streak of six consecutvie games with at         yard touchdown in the Steelers’ Week 3 victory at Tampa Bay. He
least 100 yards receiving and bringing his career total to 11,           became the first Steelers’ receiver to have two 40-plus-yard
passing Yancy Thigpen for the sixth most in franchise history.           touchdowns in the same game since Louis Lipps on Dec. 4,
   Wallace’s six consecutive games with 100+ yards receiving             1988 at Houston. Only five times in club history has a receiver had
tied the second longest streak in NFL history:                           two touchdown catches of at least 40 yards.
                                                                            The following is a list of all of Wallace’s catches (19) of at least
                                           100-yard Receiving Games      40 yards (bolded are 2011 receptions):
  Player                  Team   Year      In a Row
                                                                             Reception              Opponent                 Date
  Charley Hannigan        Hou    1961      7
                                                                             81 yards (TD)          at Indianapolis       9/25/11
  Michael Irvin           Dal    1995      7                                 60 yards (TD)          vs. Green Bay        12/20/09
  Mike Wallace            Pit    2010-11   6                                 56 yards (TD)          at Cleveland           1/2/11
  Raymond Berry           Bal    1960      6                                 54 yards (TD)          at Miami               1/3/10
  Bill Groman             Hou    1961      6                                 53 yards (TD)          at Miami             10/24/10
  Pat Studstill           Det    1966      6                                 53 yards               vs. Seattle           9/18/11
  Isaac Bruce             StL    1995      6                                 52 yards (TD)          vs. Oakland          11/21/20
                                                                             52 yards               vs. Atlanta           9/12/10
   Wallace now has 11 career 100-yard receiving games, ranking               51 yards               at Cincinnati         9/27/09
sixth in Steelers’ history:                                                  50 yards               vs. Cleveland        10/17/10
                                                                             47 yards (TD)          at Detroit           10/11/09
                                             Career 100-yard
                                                                             46 yards (TD)          at Tampa Bay          9/26/10
  Rk.   Player             Years             Receiving Games
                                                                             45 yards               vs. Baltimore        12/27/09
  1.    Hines Ward         1998-Present      34                              43 yards (TD)          vs. Carolina         12/23/10
  2.    John Stallworth    1974-87           29                              41 yards               at Cleveland           1/2/11
  3.    Louis Lipps        1984-91           16                              41 yards (TD)          at Tampa Bay          9/26/10
  4.    Plaxico Burress    2000-04           12                              40 yards (TD)          vs. Tennessee         10/9/11
        Lynn Swann         1974-82           12                              40 yards               at Houston            10/2/11
  6.    Mike Wallace       2009-Present      11                              40 yards (TD)          vs. Minnesota        10/25/09

   In Week 3 at Indianapolis, Wallace set a career high with 144            The following is a look at the five times in franchise history a
yards on five receptions, including a career-long 81-yard                player has posted two touchdown receptions of at least 40 yards
touchdown. Dating back to 1991, Wallace’s 129 yards on three             in a game:
receptions were the most by a Steelers’ receiver in the first quarter.       Reception              Opponent                 Date
   In each of the first two regular-season games this season,                Mike Wallace           at Tampa Bay          9/26/10
Wallace matched his career-high of eight receptions in a game,               Louis Lipps            at Houston            12/4/88
                                                                             Lynn Swann             Cincinnati            12/2/79
originally set on 11/14/10 vs. New England.                                  Gary Ballman           Washington            9/25/66
   In 2010, he posted his first career 1,000-yard season as he led           Ray Mathews            Cleveland            10/17/54
all Steelers with 60 receptions, 1,257 receiving yards and 10
receiving touchdowns, all career highs.                                     Miller Time: TE Heath Miller ranks second on the Steelers’ all-
                                                                         time receptions list and receiving yardage list for tight ends. Three
  Breakout Campaign: WR Mike Wallace had a personal-best
                                                                         receptions in Week 5 against Tennessee gave Miller 301
10 receiving touchdowns in 2010 and twice posted three
                                                                         receptions for 3,423 career receiving yards, becoming the seventh
consecutive 100-yard receiving games (Weeks 9-11 and 15-17).
                                                                         player and second tight end in team history to reach 300 career
  Wallace led the NFL with seven 100-yard receiving games in
                                                                         receptions. Miller trails Elbie Nickel in both (329 receptions, 5,133
2010, tying the team’s single regular season record set by John
                                                                         receiving yards) on the team’s all-time list for tight ends.
Stallworth in 1984. Through five games in 2011, Wallace has
                                                                            Miller hauled in his first touchdown of 2011 and the 30th of his
three 100-yard receiving games.
                                                                         career, making him the eighth Steelers player to record at least 30
                                   100-yard receiving games
                                                                         receiving touchdowns. He is second on the team’s all-time list for
  Player                  Year          (single season)
  Mike Wallace            2010                 7                         touchdowns by a tight end. Pittsburgh is 21-6 when Miller finds
  John Stallworth         1984                 7                         the end zone.
  Yancey Thigpen          1997                 6
  Hines Ward              2009                 5                            More From Moore: RB Mewelde Moore has always been a
  Louis Lipps             1989                 5                         steady contributor for the Steelers on special teams and on
                                                                         offense. It hasn’t been any different so far in 2011. Before missing
  Going Deep: WR Mike Wallace was one of the NFL’s top deep              the Week 5 game due to injury Moore gained key yards in crucial
threats last season, averaging a conference-best 21.0 yards per          situations in Weeks Three and Four.
catch (2nd in NFL), after leading the NFL in receiving average as           In the Week 3 win at Indianapolis Moore helped move the
a rookie in 2009. Since enterting the league in 2009, Wallace has        Steelers in position for the game-winning field goal in the final
averaged 19.6 yards per catch and has 34 receptions of 25+               minutes with three plays: 22-yard reception to the Colts’ 41-yard
yards, both are second most in the NFL over that time-span               line, five-yard run to the Colts 25-yard line and a four-yard run to
(DeSean Jackson, Phi, 20.2 avg. and 36 25+ yard receptions).             the Colts 21-yard line.
  So far in 2011, Wallace has six receptions of at least 25 yards           In Week 4 at Houston, Moore helped fill in for RB Rashard
(26, 29, 40, 40t, 53, 81t). He had 26 receptions for at least 20         Mendenhall, when he left the game in the third quarter due to a
yards in 2010, the most for Pittsburgh since Hall of Famer John          hamstring injury, by registering 34 yards on four carries. It marked
Stallworth had 24 in 1984.                                               his highest single-game rushing performance since 11/30/08 at
  Through five games in 2011, Wallace has four receptions of at          New England (67 yards on 12 carries).
least 40 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown against Tennessee

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   Continuing To Contribute: RB Isaac Redman and WR Antonio                      Rk.    Name                          # of FF
                                                                                 1.     Greg Lloyd                         36
Brown are two second-year players that continue to get better as                 2.     James Harrison                     25
each game goes by. Last season both showed flashes of their                      3.     Jason Gildon                       18
ability late in the season and through out the postseason. In 2011               4.     Rod Woodson                        17
Redman and Brown are showing up on a more consistent basis                       5.     Joey Porter                        16
                                                                                        Carnell Lake                       16
on offense.                                                                      7.     James Farrior                      14
   In the three games that the Steelers have rushed for over 100                        Levon Kirkland                     14
yards (124 vs. Sea, 118 at Hou, 174 vs. Ten) Redman has been a                  In 2010, Harrison had a team-best six forced fumbles. The
key contributor. He was second on the team against the Seahawks              following is a list of the top five single-season forced fumbles
with a career-high 49 yards on 10 carries with one touchdown                 leaders for the Steelers since 1992:
while totaling a team best 40 yards on six carries against the
                                                                                 Rk.    Name (Year)                   # of FF
Texans. In his first career start, Redman tied his career-high of 49             1.     James Harrison (2008)               7
yards on 15 carries against Tennessee before leaving the game                           Greg Lloyd (1994)                   7
early in the fourth quarter due to leg cramps. The second-year                   3.     James Harrison (2010)               6
                                                                                        James Harrison (2007)               6
back is tied for first in the NFL in third and one rushing, converting
                                                                                        Greg Lloyd (1995)                   6
all three attempts this season.
   Brown has shown more consistency as a receiver so far in                    Harrison In Charge: LB James Harrison, the 2008 NFL
2011, recording four receptions in both Weeks 2 and 3 and then a             Defensive Player of the Year, has been a terror on opposing
team-high five receptions for 67 yards in Week 4 at Houston.                 quarterbacks since he became the starting outside linebacker
Brown’s four receptions in Week 3 at Indianapolis went for a                 for the Steelers in 2007.
career-high 75 yards.                                                          Harrison recorded 51st career sack and forced a fumble that
   Through five games, Brown ranks second on the Steelers with               led to a touchdown in Week 3 at Indianapolis. He now has the
246 yards on 17 receptions, already surpassing his rookie totals             seventh-most sacks in team history. The Steelers are 26-11 when
of 167 yards on 16 receptions in nine games played last season.              he posts a sack. He needs three sacks to pass Greg Lloyd (53.5)
                                                                             for the sixth-highest career total in franchise history.
      INDIVIDUAL DEFENSIVE NOTES                                               Harrison, who earned his fourth straight selection to the Pro
    Stepping Up: In Week 5’s game versus Tennessee the Steelers              Bowl last season, led the team with 10.5 sacks in 2010. He also
had to deal with injury issues. Starting defenders LB James                  had 100 tackles, six forced fumbles and two interceptions.
Harrison, NT Casey Hampton and DE Aaron Smith were all out
                                                                                Sack Attack: LB James Harrison had a team-high 10.5 sacks
due to injury, leaving the Steelers with holes to fill.
                                                                             in 2010 after posting 10 in 2009.
    LB Lawrence Timmons slid from his normal position inside to
                                                                                Harrison had a career-high 16 sacks in 2008, breaking the
fill in on the outside for Harrison. LB Larry Foote moved into
                                                                             team record for sacks in a season. Mike Merriweather previously
Timmons starting ILB spot, making the 99th start of his career
                                                                             held the record since 1984.
and first since 12/20/09 as a member of the Detroit Lions. DE
                                                                                The following is a list of the top five single-season sack leaders
Ziggy Hood, who started Weeks 3 and 4 for DE Brett Keisel, moved
                                                                             in team history:
to the other side to fill in for Smith and recorded half a sack. Hood
was familiar with his spot after starting 10 games in place of                   Rk.    Name (Year)                # of Sacks
                                                                                 1.     James Harrison (2008)               16
Smith in 2010. In the center of the defense NT Chris Hoke took the               2.     Mike Merriweather (1984)            15
place of Hampton over center. It marked Hoke’s 17th career start,                3.     Kevin Greene (1994)                 14
and the Steelers improved to 16-1 when Hoke starts.                                     Keith Willis (1983)                 14
                                                                                 5.     LaMarr Woodley (2009)             13.5
    It wasn’t just the new starters that stepped up to fill in for missing              Jason Gildon (2000)               13.5
starters, fellow starters and reserves also increased there level
of play to make up for the missing personnel.                                   Double Trouble: The Steelers have a tradition of fielding some
    LB LaMarr Woodley had one of the best games of 2011,                     of the best pass-rushing linebackers in the NFL, and current
recording 1.5 sacks, two QB hits, one pass defensed and one                  linebackers James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley have
interception off of a Keisel tipped pass. It marked the fourth               accounted for two of the top four sack totals by a Steelers’ duo in
interception of Woodley’s career and in each game he recorded                team history.
an interception he also registered at least one sack.                           Through five games in 2011, the two have combined for 5.0
    Rookie DE Cameron Heyward saw increased playing time in a                sacks: Harrison (2.0) and Woodley (3.0).
reserve roll and registered his first career sack, taking down QB               In 2010, Harrison (10.5) and Woodley (10) combined for 20.5
Matt Hasselbeck for an eight-yard loss on third-and-one in the               sacks. They totaled 23.5 sacks between them (Woodley 13.5,
fourth quarter.                                                              Harrison, 10) in 2009.
    All helped the Steelers limit Titans RB Chris Johnson to 51                 In 2008, Harrison and Woodley broke the team’s top sack duo
yards on 14 attempts and one touchdown while registering three               record (since 1982) by combining for 27.5 sacks. The 27.5 sacks
sacks. Pittsburgh’s defense held the Titans to 66 total rushing              by Harrison (16) and Woodley (11.5) broke the record (24)
yards, the second lowest rushing total for a Steelers opponent               previously held by Jason Gildon (13.5) and Joey Porter (10.5) in
this season (31 vs. Sea, 9/18).                                              2000 and Kevin Greene (14) and Greg Lloyd (10) in 1994.
                                                                                The following is a list of the Steelers’ top sack duos since 1982,
  Outside Presence: LB James Harrison forced a fumble on a                   when sacks became an official NFL statistic:
fourth-quarter sack of Colts QB Curtis Painter that SS Troy
Polamalu returned 16 yards for a touchdown to give Pittsburgh a                            Steelers Top Sack Duos (Since 1982)
20-13 lead during a Week 3 victory over Indianapolis.                            Year        Players (Ind. sacks)                Total Sacks
                                                                                 2008        James Harrison (16*)                27.5*
  It marked the 25th forced fumble of his career. Harrison ranks                             LaMarr Woodley (11.5)
second in team history for career forced fumbles, behind only                    2000        Jason Gildon (13.5)                 24
Greg Lloyd. The following is a list of the top seven career forced                           Joey Porter (10.5)
fumble leaders for the Steelers since 1987:                                      1994        Kevin Greene (14)                   24
                                                                                             Greg Lloyd (10)
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    2009        LaMarr Woodley (13.5)                  23.5               Man Of Troy: SS Troy Polamalu has continued to make plays
                James Harrison (10)                                    during the 2011 season. In Week 4 versus Houston he led the
    1984        Mike Merriweather (15)                 22              Steelers with 10 tackles. In Week 3 at Indianapolis Polamalu
                Edmund Nelson (7)
                                                                       returned a fumble 16 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.
    * Steelers Record                                                  In Week 2 he registered his first sack of 2011 and the ninth of his
                                                                       career versus Seattle.
   Double-Digit Duty: LB James Harrison became the first player           Polamalu ranks fifth in Steelers’ history among safeties in
in team history to post at least 10 sacks in three straight seasons    sacks. He is one shy of passing Chris Oldham (9.5) for fourth
as he had a team-best 10.5 in 2010.                                    place in franchise history for the most sacks among safeties.
   Harrison posted 10 in 2009 and a career-best (team record) 16          In 2010, Polamalu made the “splash” plays that put him among
in 2008.                                                               the elite in the NFL. For his efforts, Polamalu was named 2010
   Additionally, LB LaMarr Woodley became just the second player       NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
in team history to post at least 10 sacks in three straight years as      Polamalu, now has 27 career interceptions, the most of any
he finished with 10 in 2010. Woodley recorded 13.5 in 2009 and         active Steeler. The team is 22-3 when Polamalu has an
11.5 in 2008.                                                          interception.
   Bringing The Wood: LB LaMarr Woodley has been a force                  All Good In The Hood: DE Ziggy Hood, the team’s No. 1 draft
defensively since he became a starter in 2008. He began the            pick in 2009, started the final 10 games of 2010 in place of injured
2011 season with 3.0 sacks through the first five games, giving        DE Aaron Smith and has filled at both defensive end positions
him 42.0 for his career to surpass Ernie Holmes for 10th on the        over the past three weeks, starting twice for DE Brett Keisel and
team’s all-time list. Including the postseason, it marked the ninth    once for Smith.
time in the past 12 games he registered at least a half a sack,           In Week 5 versus Tennessee Hood tied a career-high with four
totaling 9.5 sacks during the span.                                    QB pressures (11/21/10 vs. Oak). Through five games in 2011,
   His sack in Week 1 at Baltimore marked the third time in the        Hood has 10 tackles, a half a sack and a team-high 10 QB
past four Kickoff Weekend games (2008, 2010, 2011) he recorded         pressures.
a sack.                                                                   He finished last season with 20 tackles and three sacks, which
   Woodley owns an NFL record after posting two sacks in each          tied for the team-lead among defensive linemen (Keisel). He
of his first four postseason games. Woodley has 11 sacks in            also led the defensive line unit with 18 QB pressures in 2010.
seven career postseason games, including at least one sack in
each game he has played.                                                 Back To Starting: CB William Gay has started the past four
   Woodley had posted at least a half-sack in 10 straight games,       consecutive games for the Steelers. Including the 2010
dating from 2009-10, and had 13.5 sacks during that span (Week         postseason, Gay has started six of the past seven games. During
10 of 2009 through Week 2 of this year). That span of 10 straight      the 2010 regular season Gay started one of 16 games played.
games broke the team’s all-time record of six, previously held by      This came after a 2009 season where he started 14 games.
Greg Lloyd in 1994.                                                      In 2011, Gay has been a starting member of a pass defense
                                                                       that has yet to allow over 250 net passing yards in one game.
   Elite Company: LB LaMarr Woodley has registered 42.0 sacks          Overall the Steelers rank first in the NFL, giving up an average of
in his first four-plus seasons with the Steelers, which ranks as       174.0 net passing yards per game. On the season Gay has two
the best start in franchise history.                                   passes defensed and 15 tackles.
   The following is a breakdown of sacks in the history of the club
in player’s first two, three, four and five seasons (Kevin Greene
had 35.5 sacks in his first three seasons with the team, but he
had previously played with the L.A. Rams):
 Most Sacks (two consecutive seasons)
    Name                                  Sacks    Years
    James Harrison                         26.0    2008-09
    Jason Gildon                           25.5    2000-01
    LaMarr Woodley                         25.0    2008-09
 Most Sacks (first three seasons with team)
    Name                                   Sacks   Years
    LaMarr Woodley                          29.0   2007-09
    Keith Willis                            20.0   1982-84
 Most Sacks (first four seasons with team)
    Name                                   Sacks   Years
    LaMarr Woodley                          39.0   2007-10
    Joey Porter                             30.5   1999-02
    Chad Brown                              30.0   1993-96
 Most Sacks (first five seasons with team)
    Name                                   Sacks   Years
    LaMarr Woodley                          42.0   2007-11
    Keith Willis                            37.5   1982-86
    Joey Porter                             35.5   1999-03

  Fantastic Farrior: In Week 2, LB James Farrior sacked Seattle
QB Tarvaris Jackson for a loss of seven yards on third-and-five,
forcing a punt. It marked his 34.5 career sack and 29th as a
member of the Steelers.
  Before finishing second on the team with 137 tackles last
season, Farrior had led the team in tackles for seven straight
years (2003-09).
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 INDIVIDUAL SPECIAL TEAMS NOTES                                                          THE STEELERS IN 2011
   He’s Back: P Daniel Sepulveda, who missed the final four                                                       Regular    Post
regular-season games in 2010 with an ACL injury, has had a                                                        Season    Season
stellar first five games this season.                                  Overall:                                     3-2       0-0
   Last week versus Tennessee, Sepulveda completed the second          At Home:                                     2-0       0-0
pass attempt of his career when he found S Ryan Mundy for a 33-        On the Road:                                 1-2       0-0
yard gain on a fake punt, converting a fourth-and-five down to the     Neutral:                                     0-0       0-0
Tennessee 17-yard line. The drive resulted in a touchdown that         By Month:
gave Pittsburgh a 14-3 lead. It was Sepulveda’s second career            September:                                 2-1      0-0
pass attempt (32-yard pass to Najeh Davenport, at St. Louis, 12/         October:                                   1-1      0-0
20/07).                                                                  November:                                  0-0      0-0
   When Sepulveda has punted he has done quite well. He                  December:                                  0-0      0-0
surpassed his career-long twice in the first two weeks of the            January:                                   0-0      0-0
season. In his first game back he registered a 64-yard punt down
                                                                       vs. AFC:                                     2-2      0-0
to the Baltimore 16-yard line in, eclipsing his previous career-
                                                                         vs. AFC North                              0-1      0-0
long of 62 yards (9/26/10 at Tampa Bay). For the game, Sepulveda
                                                                         vs. AFC East                               0-0      0-0
averaged 52.8 yards (47.8 net avg.) on four punts with two landing
                                                                         vs. AFC South                              2-1      0-0
inside the 20-yard line.
                                                                         vs. AFC West                               0-0      0-0
   He followed up that performance by setting a new career long
of 66 yards in week 2 and also hit punts of 61 and 48 yards for an     vs. NFC:                                     1-0      0-0
average of 58.3 yards.                                                   vs. NFC East                               0-0      0-0
   In Week 4 at Houston, Sepulveda averaged 50.5 yards on four           vs. NFC North                              0-0      0-0
punts (202 total yards) with a net average of 46.3 and a long of 58      vs. NFC South                              0-0      0-0
yards. It marked his eighth career game when he averaged over            vs. NFC West                               1-0      0-0
50 yards per punt, including the third in four games this season.      When Scoring First:                          2-0      0-0
   So far in 2011 he is averging 49.9 yards (39.9 net avg.) on 15      When Opponent Scored First:                  1-2      0-0
punts to rank sixth in the NFL.                                        When Scoring 20 or More Points:              3-0      0-0
                                                                       When Scoring Less Than 20 Points:            0-2      0-0
   Oh So Suisham: Connected on a 38-yard field with four seconds       When Leading after the first quarter:        3-0      0-0
left in the fourth quarter to give Pittsburgh a 23-20 victory over     When Trailing after the first quarter:       0-2      0-0
Indianapolis in Week 3. It marked the fourth game-winning field        When Tied after the first quarter:           0-0      0-0
goal of his career and second as a member of the Steelers.             When Leading at the Half:                    2-0      0-0
  Game                Distance     Time left     Final Score
                                                                       When Trailing at the Half:                   1-2      0-0
  at Ind, 9/25/11     38           4th Q, 0:04   23-20
  at Buf, 11/28/10    41           OT            19-16
                                                                       When Tied at the Half:                       0-0      0-0
  at NYJ, 11/4/07     46           OT            23-20                 When Leading after three quarters:           2-0      0-0
  vs. Mia, 9/9/07     39           OT            16-13                 When Trailing after three quarters:          1-2      0-0
                                                                       When Tied after three quarters:              0-0      0-0
   Return Success: WR Antonio Brown started the 2011 season            When Outrushing the Opponent:                2-0      0-0
by performing well in the return game. He ranks second in the          With 35 or More Rushing Attempts:            1-0      0-0
AFC in both punt returns (14.6 avg.) and kickoff returns (31.6         With Less Than 25 Passing Attempts:          0-0      0-0
avg.).                                                                 When Led in Time of Possession:              3-0      0-0
   On punt returns, he registered a career-long 41-yard return in      When Trailed in Time of Possession:          0-2      0-0
Week 2 versus Seattle it marked the longest punt return by a
                                                                       On Turf:                                     1-1      0-0
Steeler since 11/5/07 (49 yards, Allen Rossum, vs. Baltimore). He
                                                                       On Grass:                                    2-1      0-0
followed it up with the second and third longest punt returns of his
career over the next two weeks, 37 yards at Indianapolis and 33        When led in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio:         0-0      0-0
yards at Houston.                                                      When even in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio:        1-0      0-0
   Brown has also performed well on kick returns. Against              When trailed in Takeaway/Turnover Ratio:     2-2      0-0
Tennesse in Week 5, he registered the second longest kick return       With an Individual 100-Yard Rusher:          1-0      0-0
of his career (89-yard TD, 9/12/10 vs. Atl), a 52-yarder to the 50-    With an Individual 300-Yard Passer:          1-0      0-0
yard line. In Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens he returned          With an Individual 100-Yard Receiver:        2-1      0-0
three kickoffs for a total of 103 yards (31, 41 and 31 yards).         With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Rusher:       0-2      0-0
                                                                       With an Ind. Opponent 300-Yard Passer:       0-0      0-0
                                                                       With an Ind. Opponent 100-Yard Receiver:     0-0      0-0
                                                                       When winning the coin toss:                  3-1      0-0
                                                                       When losing the coin toss:                   0-1      0-0
                                                                       When playing outdoors:                       2-1      0-0
                                                                       When playing indoors:                        1-1      0-0
                                                                       In overtime games:                           0-0      0-0




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                         Preseason Game #1                                                                              Preseason Game #2
                       Washington 16, Pittsburgh 7                                                                   Pittsburgh 24, Philadelphia 14
                             Aug. 12, 2011                                                                                   Aug. 18, 2011
                          FedEx Field (68,320)                                                                            Heinz Field (55,189)
   LANDOVER, Md. – For the first time since 2006, the Steelers lost their                         PITTSBURGH – The Steelers’ offense scored three touchdowns in the
preseason opener, falling to the Washington Redskins, 16-7, at FedEx                          first half, cruising to a 24-14 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles at Heinz
Field. The Steelers fell to 4-9 in the preseason when facing the Redskins                     Field. With the win, the Steelers improved to 11-4 all-time against the
on the road.                                                                                  Eagles at home in the preseason.
   Neither team scored in the first quarter, but the Redskins had an                              Less than a week after the Steelers’ first-team offense failed to score
opportunity on their opening drive of the game but K Shayne Graham                            a touchdown, they erupted for three first-half scores. QB Ben
missed a 29-yard field goal. Midway through the second quarter, QB Rex                        Roethlisberger found WR Antonio Brown for a 29-yard touchdown
Grossman found WR Santana Moss for an eight-yard touchdown to give                            midway through the first quarter to put the Steelers up 7-0. Roethlisberger
the Redskins a 7-0 lead. Grossman finished with a game-high 207 yards                         then found WR Hines Ward for a 20-yard touchdown early in the second
passing and one touchdown. Moss finished with a game-high seven                               quarter to give the Steelers a 14-0 lead. Roethlisberger finished the game
receptions for 64 yards and one touchdown.                                                    8-of-12 for 125 yards and two touchdowns.
   The Steelers answered Washington on their next possession. RB Isaac                            On the Eagles next drive S Ryan Clark picked off QB Michael Vick, the
Redman broke free for a 22-yard touchdown run to tie the game, 7-7.                           first of five forced turnovers by the Steelers on the night. On the following
Redman finished the game with five carries for 42 yards and one                               Eagles drive, CB Keenan Lewis picked off Vick. And prior to halftime, S
touchdown. But it would be the last points the Steelers would score. Prior                    Troy Polamalu picked off Vick to set the Steelers up in Eagles’ territory.
to halftime, Graham missed another field goal, this time from 49 yards, and                   With only 19 seconds left in the half QB Byron Leftwich found newly
the teams went into halftime tied 7-7.                                                        acquired WR Jerricho Cotchery for a 20-yard score and the Steelers
   The Steelers only managed to gain 57 yards of offense in the second                        went into halftime with a 21-0 lead. Leftwich completed 4-of-7 passes
half, and only drove the ball into Redskins’ territory once. The Redskins                     for 67 yards and one touchdown.
moved the ball well in the second half. Rookie RBs Evan Royster and Roy                           QB Vince Young came in for the Eagles in the third quarter and he was
Helu combined for 88 rushing yards, while QB Kellen Clemens added 105                         picked off by LB Larry Foote. Early in the fourth quarter, RB Dion Lewis
passing yards. K Graham Gano made three second-half field goals, from                         was stripped by S Will Allen, the fifth turnover of the night for the
32, 34 and 45 yards out, to seal the victory for the Redskins.                                Eagles.
   The Redskins gained 452 total yards of offense (312 passing, 140                               K Swayze Waters added a 30-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to
rushing) to the Steelers’ 186 yards of total offense (103 passing, 83                         put the Steelers up 24-0. The Eagles would score twice late in the fourth
rushing). Washington’s offense had 27 first downs, while the Steelers                         quarter. WR Gerald Jones had two touchdown receptions of 14 and
only had 12. The Redskins’ defense added three sacks, while the Steelers’                     seven yards from QB Mike Kafka. Kafka finished with a game-high 160
defense had zero. Washington also dominated the time of possession,                           yards passing.
holding the football for almost 20 minutes more than Pittsburgh.                                  The Steelers offense had 403 total yards of total offense (259 passing
   The majority of the Steelers’ starters only played one or two series,                      144 rushing) and zero turnovers. RB Jonathan Dwyer had a game-high
while the Redskins’ starters played the entirety of the first half. Despite                   44 yards rushing. The Steelers defense forced five turnovers (4
accounts that the preseason games would consist of sloppy play, there                         interceptions, 1 fumble). Also, 15 different Steelers caught at least one
were only five total penalties in the game and neither team had a turnover.                   pass.

                                 GAME SUMMARY                                                                                    GAME SUMMARY

STEELERS (0-1)                  0            7            0            0          7           Eagles (1-1)                      0             0               0            14         14
Redskins (1-0)                  0            7            3            6         16           STEELERS (1-1)                    7            14               0             3         24

TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                  DRIVE         SCORE         TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                         DRIVE          SCORE
WAS    2   5:54    S. Moss 8 yd. pass from Grossman (Gano kick)   8-82; 3:51    0-7           PIT    1   7:24    A. Brown 29 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Waters kick) 14-80; 7:36   7-0
PIT    2   4:13    Redman 22 yd. run (Suisham kick)               4-80; 1:41    7-7           PIT    2   11:06   Ward 20 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Waters kick) 14-96; 8:15       14-0
WAS    3   4:50    Gano 32 yd. FG                                 14-82; 7:31   7-10          PIT    2   0:12    Cotchery 20 yd. pass from Leftwich (Waters kick) 5-44; 0:37          21-0
WAS    4   9:53    Gano 34 yd. FG                                 14-69; 6:30   7-13          PIT    4   14:12   Waters 30 yd. FG                                       8-51; 3:46    24-0
WAS    4   2:23    Gano 34 yd. FG                                 7-28; 3:39    7-16          PHI    4   3:47    G. Jones 14 yd. pass from Kafka (Henery kick)          8-80; 2:57    24-7
                                                                                              PHI    4   0:19    G. Jones 7 yd. pass from Kafka (Henery kick)           12-94; 2:20   24-14



       TEAM STATISTICS                            INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                             TEAM STATISTICS                                  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                  Steelers    Redskins         RUSHING: Pit. – Redman 5-42, 1 TD; Dixon                          Eagles        Steelers           RUSHING: Phi. – Brown 6-25; McCoy 4-25;
 1st Downs      12 (4-6-2) 27 (7-19-1)       2-17; Moore 4-10; Dwyer 5-7; Mendenhall 1-       1st Downs 21 (6-15-0) 23 (8-13-2)                Kafka 2-24; Lewis 2-19; Vick 2-3; Young 1-2;
 3rd Downs 2-11 (18%) 5-14 (36%)             4; Clay 1-3. Was. – Royster 15-66; Hightower     3rd Downs      3-8 (38%) 10-17 (59%)             Havili 1-0. Pit. – Dwyer 13-44; Mendenhall 6-
 4th Downs       0-1 (0%) 1-1 (100%)         10-44; Helu 8-28; Draughn 2-2.                   4th Downs      2-3 (67%)    0-1 (0%)             28; Redman 8-26; Moore 5-16; Clay 4-14;
 Total Net Yards      186          452         PASSING: Pit. – Leftwich 10-6-0,70; Dixon      Total Net Yards      335         403             Leftwich 1-9; Roethlisberger 1-8; Dixon 1-(-
 Plays-Avg.        48-3.9       78-5.8       10-1-0, 29; Batch 4-2-0, 16; Roethlisberger 3-   Plays-Avg.        58-5.8      73-5.5             1).
 Rushing Yards         83          140       2-0, 22. Was. – Grossman 26-19-0, 207, 1 TD;     Rushing Yards         98         144                PASSING: Phi. – Kafka 19-14-0, 160, 2 TD;
 Rush Att.-Avg.    18-4.6       35-4.0       Clemens 17-9-0, 105.                             Rush Att.-Avg.    18-5.4      39-3.7             Vick 12-5-3, 47; Young 8-5-1, 34. Pit. –
 Passing Yards        137          312         RECEIVING: Pit. – Brown 4-64; Battle 2-22;     Passing Yards        241         282             Roethlisberger 12-8-0, 125, 2 TD; Dixon 11-
 Att.-Comp.-Int. 27-11-0      43-28-0        Greenwood 1-29; McCrae 1-10; Dwyer 1-6;          Att.-Comp.-Int. 39-24-4      31-20-0             8-0, 90; Leftwich 7-4-0, 67, 1 TD; Brown 1-0-0,
 Sacks By            3-34          0-0       Mendenhall 1-3; Wallace 1-3. Was. – Moss 7-      Sacks By             1-4        3-23             0.
 Punts-Avg.        8-50.4       4-36.0       64, 1 TD; Gaffney 5-38; Stallworth 3-46;         Punts-Avg.        1-53.0      2-36.5                RECEIVING: Phi. – Higgins 7-54; Harper 3-
 Penalties           2-10         3-38       Armstrong 3-32; Austin 2-46; Paul 1-16; Young    Penalties           4-44        9-75             37; Jones 3-36, 2 TD; Hall 3-20; Lewis 2-48;
 Fumbles-Lost         0-0          2-0       1-16; Paulsen 1-12; Davis 1-11; Helu 1-10;       Fumbles-Lost         1-1          0-0            Jackson 2-8; Cooper 1-16; McCoy 1-12; Moss
 Time of Poss.      20:35        39:25       Hankerson 1-8; Hightower 1-8; Williams 1-5.      Time of Poss.      21:09       38:51             1-7; Buckley 1-3. Pit. – Battle 3-47; Cotchery 2-
                                                                                                                                               49, 1 TD; Mendenhall 2-17; Grisham 2-15;
                                                                                                                                               Brown 1-29, 1 TD; Moore 1-23; Robinson 1-
                                                                                                                                               22; Ward 1-20, 1 TD; Saunders 1-14; Lyons 1-
                                                                                                                                               12; Miller 1-11; Greenwood 1-10; Redman 1-
                                                                                                                                               7; Dwyer 1-6; Gilmore 1-0.

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                           Preseason Game #3                                                                                   Preseason Game #4
                             Pittsburgh 34, Atlanta 16                                                                      Pittsburgh 33, Carolina 17
                                   Aug. 27, 2011                                                                                  Sept. 1, 2011
                                Heinz Field (56,754)                                                                     Bank of America Stadium (72,358)
   PITTSBURGH – QB Ben Roethlisberger and WR Antonio Brown                                              CHARLOTTE – For the second consecutive year, the Steelers finished
combined for two long touchdowns (77, 44) in the first half, and the                                 their preseason schedule in familiar fashion, beating the Carolina Panthers.
Steelers cruised to a 34-16 victory against the Atlanta Falcons at Heinz                             With the 33-17 victory at Bank of America Stadium, the Steelers improved
Field. Pittsburgh is now 7-0 all time versus the Falcons in the preseason.                           to 8-4 all time when facing the Panthers in the preseason.
   The Steelers wasted no time getting on the board, scoring only a minute                              The Steelers struck first for the third consecutive game, this time with
and a half into the game. Brown took the opening kickoff back 51 yards                               a little luck. WR Mike Wallace caught the ball at the one-yard line, but he
and three plays later RB Rashard Mendenhall scored on a one-yard TD                                  was stripped by CB Chris Gamble and the football rolled into the end
run. LB Lawrence Timmons’ interception of QB Matt Ryan set up the                                    zone. TE David Johnson fell on the loose ball and the Steelers took a 7-
Steelers second score, a Shaun Suisham 19-yard field goal, and the                                   0 lead. The Panthers scored only three minutes later when rookie QB Cam
Steelers led 10-0.                                                                                   Newton found TE Jeremy Shockey for a 10-yard touchdown to tie the
   The Falcons tied the game 10-10 on a field goal by K Matt Bryant and a                            game 7-7.
10-yard touchdown pass from Ryan to WR Roddy White. But the Steelers’                                   The Steelers went up 14-7 midway through the second quarter on RB
offense kept rolling. Roethlisberger found Brown in the middle of the field                          Jonathan Dwyer’s 50-yard touchdown run. Dwyer finished the night
for a 77-yard touchdown midway through the second quarter. With less                                 with a game-high 88 yards rushing on 13 carrries. It was the third straight
than two minutes left in the half, Brown grabbed a 44-yard touchdown                                 game that he led the Steelers in rushing. Dwyer finished the preseason
pass from Roethlisberger. Brown finished with a game-high 137 receiving                              with a team-leading 175 yards on the ground.
yards and a game-high two touchdowns, while adding 109 kickoff return                                   The Panthers though struck quickly on their ensuing drive. QB Derek
yards. Roethlisberger finished with 214 yards passing on just 11                                     Anderson found WR David Clowney for a 41-yard touchdown pass to tie
completions and two touchdowns.                                                                      the game 14-14. The Steelers would take a 20-14 halftime lead on K
   Bryant added a 46-yard field goal prior to halftime to cut the lead to 24-                        Shaun Suisham’s two field goals. Suisham connected on field goals
16. Neither team scored in the third quarter, but seconds into the fourth                            from 52 and 31 yards.
quarter, CB Crezdon Butler stepped in front of QB Chris Redman’s                                        The Panthers got within three points on K Adi Kunalic’s 20-yard field
pass and took it 95 yards for a touchdown to give the Steelers a 31-16                               goal early in the third quarter, but it’s the closest the Panthers would get
lead. Butler also addded a game-high nine tackles. K Swayze Waters                                   the rest of the game. K Swayze Waters added two field goals, a 22-
added a 27-yard field goal late in the game to seal the victory.                                     yarder late in the third quarter and a 53-yarder early in the fourth to put
   The Steelers offense had 320 total yards (224 passing, 96 rushing),                               the Steelers up 26-17. QB Dennis Dixon found rookie TE Weslye
and for the third consecutive game Pittsburgh’s offense did not commit a                             Saunders for a 15-yard touchdown pass to seal the 33-17 victory for
turnover. The Steelers had a preseason-high in kickoff return yards (124)                            the Steelers. Dixon finished the game 11-of-22 for 157 yards and one
and interception return yards (139). RB Jonathan Dwyer led the team in                               touchdown.
rushing (36 yards) for the second consecutive game.                                                     The Steelers offense racked up 362 total yards, including a preseason-
                                                                                                     high 154 yards rushing. The Steelers offense did not committ a turnover
                                     GAME SUMMARY                                                    for the entire preseason. The defense had a preseason-high four sacks
                                                                                                     and forced two turnovers. NT Steve McLendon had one sack, giving
Falcons (0-3)                     3              13               0               0         16       him a team-high two for the preseason.
STEELERS (2-1)                   10              14               0              10         34
                                                                                                                                        GAME SUMMARY
TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                              DRIVE         SCORE
PIT    1   13:30    Mendenhall 1 yd. run (Suisham kick)                       3-35; 1:30    7-0      STEELERS (3-1)                    7           13              3             10         33
PIT    1   6:30     Suisham 19 yd. FG                                         4-2; 1:54     10-0     Panthers (1-3)                    7            7              3              0         16
ATL    1   2:09     Bryant 23 yd. FG                                          12-75; 4:21   10-3
ATL    2   9:35     White 10 yd. pass from Ryan (Bryant kick)                 8-38; 4:32    10-10
PIT    2   8:00     A. Brown 77 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)   3-81; 1:35    17-10
                                                                                                     TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                         DRIVE         SCORE
ATL    2   2:53     Bryant 30 yd. FG                                          14-58; 5:07   17-13    PIT    1   9:54     Johnson fumble recovery in end zone (Suisham kick)   10-80; 5:06   7-0
PIT    2   1:41     A. Brown 44 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)   6-81; 1:12    24-13    CAR    1   6:07     Shockey 10 yd. pass from Newton (Mare kick)          9-71; 3:47    7-7
ATL    2   0:04     Bryant 46 yd. FG                                          12-52; 1:37   24-16    PIT    2   8:40     Dwyer 50 yd. run (Suisham kick)                      4-69; 1:48    14-7
PIT    4   14:44    Butler 95 yd. interception return (Waters kick)           ----; ----    31-16    CAR    2   6:56     Clowney 41 yd. pass from Anderson (Kunalic kick)     4-80; 1:44    14-14
PIT    4   1:51     Waters 27 yd. FG                                          11-68; 5:14   34-16    PIT    2   4:44     Suisham 52 yd. FG                                    6-21; 2:12    17-14
                                                                                                     PIT    2   0:18     Suisham 31 yd. FG                                    7-52; 1:32    20-14
                                                                                                     CAR    3   10:11    Kunalic 20 yd. FG                                    10-78; 4:49   20-17
                                                                                                     PIT    3   3:28     Waters 22 yd. FG                                     12-79; 6:43   23-17
                                                                                                     PIT    4   14:49    Waters 53 yd. FG                                     8-11; 3:19    26-17
                                                                                                     PIT    4   13:56    Saunders 15 yd. pass from Dixon                      1-15; 0:05    33-17

       TEAM STATISTICS                                   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                              TEAM STATISTICS                                INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                   Falcons        Steelers           RUSHING: Atl. – Rodgers 7-38; Ryan 2-24;                           Steelers     Panthers          RUSHING: Pit. – Dwyer 13-88, 1 TD; Clay 7-
1st Downs 26 (7-18-1) 15 (7-8-0)                   Turner 7-19; Snelling 4-12; Sylvester 1-7;        1st Downs      18 (6-11-1) 22 (7-11-4)          30; Redman 4-29; Dixon 4-6; Johnson 1-3;
3rd Downs 10-20 (50%) 4-11 (36%)                   Johnson 2-4; Redman 1-3; Smith 1-(-1). Pit. –     3rd Downs 4-13 (31%) 6-13 (46%)                 Moore 1-(-1). Car. – Goodson 7-31; Vaughan
4th Downs 1-1 (100%)    0-0 (0%)                   Dwyer 6-36; Redman 5-20; Clay 3-10; Dixon         4th Downs        0-0 (0%)    0-3 (0%)           6-25; Newton 1-19; Stewart 2-9; Felton 3-8;
Total Net Yards     405      320                   4-9; Mendenhall 7-8, 1 TD; Moore 1-6; Leftwich    Total Net Yards       362         375           Sutton 2-4; Clausen 1-0; Anderson 1-(-1).
Plays-Avg.       86-4.7   51-6.3                   1-6; Brown 1-1.                                   Plays-Avg.         61-5.9      68-5.5             PASSING: Pit. – Dixon 22-11-0, 157, 1 TD;
Rushing Yards       106       96                     PASSING: Atl. – Ryan 42-22-1, 220, 1 TD;        Rushing Yards         154          95           Batch 8-6-0, 59, 1 TD. Car. – Anderson 19-11-
Rush Att.-Avg.   25-4.2   28-3.4                   Redman 18-8-1, 89. Pit. – Roethlisberger 16-      Rush Att.-Avg.     30-5.1      23-4.1           0, 192, 1 TD; Clausen 17-7-1, 87; Newton 5-3-
Passing Yards       309      238                   11-0, 214, 2 TD; Dixon 3-1-0, 13; Leftwich 2-1-   Passing Yards         216         304           0, 25, 1 TD.
Att.-Comp.-Int. 60-30-2  21-13-0                   0, 11.                                            Att.-Comp.-Int. 30-17-0       41-21-1             RECEIVING: Pit. – Sanders 4-60; Battle 4-
Sacks By           1-10     2-14                     RECEIVING: Atl. – White 8-101, 1 TD; Jones      Sacks By               1-8       4-24           36; Saunders 3-32, 1 TD; Lyons 1-38; Johnson
Punts-Avg.       4-35.0   4-44.0                   5-59; Gonzalez 4-26; Douglas 3-31; Rodgers        Punts-Avg.         4-51.8      3-43.3           1-14; Redman 1-11; Wallace 1-10; Grisham 1-
Penalties          6-50     4-43                   2-12; Palmer 1-19; Smith 1-18; Weems 1-17;        Penalties           11-99        3-40           10; Robinson 1-5. Car. – Wright 3-51; Sutton
Fumbles-Lost        2-1      1-0                   Strickland 1-9; Cone 1-9; Johnson 1-5; Snelling   Fumbles-Lost           2-1        2-1           3-30; Edwards 3-29; Clowney 2-45, 1 TD;
Time of Poss.     35:22    24:38                   1-3; Mughelli 1-0. Pit. – Brown 4-137, 2 TD;      Time of Poss.       30:00       30:00           Goodson 2-39; Hartsock 2-21; Shockey 2-19,
                                                   Ward 3-29; Johnson 2-34; Battle 2-19; Lyons                                                       1 TD; LaFell 1-45; Vaughan 1-10; Warren 1-9;
                                                   1-3; Wallace 1-6.                                                                                 Naanee 1-6.

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                                        Game #1                                                                                              Game #2
                         Baltimore 35, Pittsburgh 7                                                                               Pittsburgh 24, Seattle 0
                               Sept. 11, 2011                                                                                          Sept. 18, 2011
                         M&T Bank Stadium (71,434)                                                                                  Heinz Field (63,663)
   BALTIMORE – The Steelers dropped their season opener for the first                                   PITTSBURGH – The Steelers won their ninth straight home opener,
time since 2002, losing to the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, 35-                             shutting out the Seattle Seahawks 24-0 at Heinz Field. This was the
7. It was the largest margin of victory for the Ravens in the series history,                        team’s first shutout since the 2008 season and the second-consecutive
thanks in large part to seven Steelers’ turnovers.                                                   time the Seahawks have been shut out at Heinz Field.
    It only took three plays for the Ravens to score their first touchdown.                             On the Steelers’ opening drive, QB Ben Roethlisberger led the team
RB Ray Rice took the opening snap and rushed for 36 yards. Two plays                                 to the Seattle one-yard line but the Seahawks held the Steelers on fourth-
later QB Joe Flacco found WR Anquan Boldin for a 27-yard touchdown                                   and-goal. The Steelers responded on their next drive when RB Rashard
and the Ravens led 7-0.                                                                              Mendenhall scored from one-yard out to put the Steelers up 7-0.
   The Steelers first turnover came late in the first quarter when LB Terrell                        Mendenhall finished with a game-high 66 yards rushing and one
Suggs sacked and stripped the ball from QB Ben Roethlisberger. Suggs                                 touchdown.
finished with a game-high three sacks. Rice then ran it in from one-yard                                The Steelers went up 14-0 in the second quarter when RB Isaac
out to put the Ravens up 14-0. The Steelers responded on their ensuing                               Redman scored on a 20-yard touchdown run. It was Redman’s first
drive. Roethlisberger found WR Emmanuel Sanders for an 11-yard                                       career rushing touchdown. He finished the game with 49 yards rushing
touchdown to cut the lead 14-7. But it would be the last points the Steelers                         and one touchdown. Steelers’ K Shaun Suisham added a 20-yard field
would score.                                                                                         goal late in the first half and the Steelers took a 17-0 lead into halftime.
   Flacco and Rice hooked up for an 11-yard touchdown prior to halftime                                 The Steelers scored their final points when Roethlisberger found WR
and the Steelers found themselves in a 14-point hole. On the Steelers’ first                         Mike Wallace for a two-yard touchdown pass late in the third quarter.
play of the second half, Ravens’ NT Haloti Ngata broke free and stripped                             Wallace tied a career-high with eight receptions for 126 yards and one
the football from RB Rashard Mendenhall, setting the Ravens up at the                                touchdown. The 126 receiving yards were the second-highest total of
Steelers’ 16-yard line. On the very next play, Flacco found TE Ed Dickson                            his career. Wallace also surpassed 100+ yards receiving for the fifth
for an 18-yard touchdown. Flacco finished the game 17-of-29 for 224                                  consecutive regular-season game.
yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions.                                                     The Steelers defense did not budge against Seattle, only letting up 164
   On the Steelers’ very next offensive play, Roethlisberger was picked                              total yards (133 passing, 31 rushing). The 164 yards allowed are the
off by LB Ray Lewis. And on the Steelers ensuing drive, it looked as if                              third-lowest total since the start of the 2008 season. The defense added
they would find a way into the endzone, but Roethlisberger was intercepted                           five sacks. NT Steve McLendon recorded his first career half-sack and
by S Ed Reed. After Reed’s interception, the Ravens marched right down                               LB James Harrison became just the seventh player in team history to
the field and K Billy Cundiff connected on a 29-yard field goal.                                     reach 50 sacks with his sack of QB Tarvaris Jackson.
   Reed picked off Roethlisberger again in the fourth quarter, and the                                  With the victory, Roethlisberger won his 70 th game as a starting
Steelers’ RB Mewelde Moore was stripped by Lewis midway through                                      quarterback. Roethlisberger is now 5-0 in home openers.
the fourth quarter for the Steelers’ seventh turnover. Cundiff connected
from 30 yards out before the two-minute warning to give the Ravens the                                                                  GAME SUMMARY
35-7 victory.
   Depite the turnovers, Roethlisberger finished with a game-high 280
                                                                                                     Seahawks (0-2)                    0              0               0              0         0
yards passing. WR Mike Wallace also posted his ninth career 100-yard
                                                                                                     STEELERS (1-1)                    7             10               7              0        24
receiving game and fourth consecutive 100-yard game in the regular
season. Wallace tied a career-high with eight receptions. LB LaMarr
                                                                                                     TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                           DRIVE         SCORE
Woodley posted his 40th career sack, which ties him for 10th on the                                  PIT    1   3:28    Mendenhall 1 yd. run (Suisham kick)                     9-60; 4:51    7-0
team’s all-time list.                                                                                PIT    2   12:41   Redman 20 yd. run (Suisham kick)                        6-53; 2:40    14-0
                                                                                                     PIT    2   1:52    Suisham 20 yd. FG                                       14-81; 7:43   17-0
                                     GAME SUMMARY                                                    PIT    3   3:30    Wallace 2 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)   9-71; 5:47    24-0


STEELERS (0-1)                    0                7              0               0          7
Ravens (1-0)                     14                7             11               3         35              TEAM STATISTICS                                 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                             DRIVE          SCORE                   Seahawks           Steelers         RUSHING: Sea. – Jackson 3-12; Lynch 6-11;
BAL    1   13:28    Boldin 27 yd. pass from Flacco (Cundiff kick)            3-66; 1:32     0-7       1st Downs       8 (1-7-0) 23 (5-16-2)           Forsett 3-10; Washington 1(-2). Pit. –
BAL    1   1:49     Rice 1 yd. run (Cundiff kick)                            4-37; 1:19     0-14      3rd Downs 2-12 (17%) 8-15 (53%)                 Mendenhall 19-66, 1 TD; Redman 10-49 1 TD;
PIT    2   10:23    Sanders 11 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)   10-68; 6:26    7-14      4th Downs      1-2 (50%)    0-1 (0%)            Roethlisberger 5-8; Brown 1-1.
BAL    2   1:48     Rice 11 yd. pass from Flacco (Cundiff Kick)              12-84; 5:16    7-21      Total Net Yards      164          421             PASSING: Sea. – Jackson 29-20-0, 159. Pit.
BAL    3   14:39    Dickson 18 yd. pass from Flacco (Koch run)               1-18; 0:09     7-29      Plays-Avg.        47-3.5      68-6.2            – Roethlisberger 30-22-0, 298, 1 TD; Sanders
BAL    3   2:50     Cundiff 29 yd. FG                                        10-79; 4:35    7-32      Rushing Yards         31          124           1-1-0, 15.
BAL    4   1:56     Cundiff 30 yd. FG                                        4 (-3); 2:05   7-35      Rush Att.-Avg.    13-2.4      35-3.5              RECEIVING: Sea. – Obomanu 4-45; Durham
                                                                                                      Passing Yards        159          313           3-30; Forsett 3-20; Tate 2-12; McCoy 2-9;
                                                                                                      Att.-Comp.-Int. 29-20-0      31-23-0            Williams 1-17; Miller 1-13; Williams 1-9;
       TEAM STATISTICS                                   INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                        Sacks By            5-26         2-16           Washington 1-9; Baldwin 1-4; Lynch 1-1. Pit. –
                   Steelers        Ravens            RUSHING: Pit. – Mendenhall 12-45; Redman         Punts-Avg.        8-48.1      3-58.3            Wallace 8-126, 1TD; Brown 4-67, Ward 4-33;
1st Downs 20 (4-15-1) 17 (5-10-2)                  3-12; Roethlisberger 1-9. Bal. – Rice 19-107,      Penalties           6-66         4-48           Sanders 2-44; Mendenhall 2-12, Miller 1-16;
3rd Downs      3-9 (33%) 7-16 (44%)                1 TD; Williams 12-63.                              Fumbles-Lost         0-0          0-0           Moore 1-9; Redman 1-6.
4th Downs       0-1 (0%)   0-1 (0%)                  PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 41-22-3,          Time of Poss.      21:16        38:44
Total Net Yards      312        385                280, 1 TD. Bal. – Flacco 29-17-0, 224, 3 TD.
Plays-Avg.        61-5.1     61-6.3                  RECEIVING: Pit. – Wallace 8-107; Ward 5-
Rushing Yards         66        170                67; Miller 3-42; Moore 2-30; Sanders 2-20, 1
Rush Att.-Avg.    16-4.1     31-5.5                TD; Brown 2-14. Bal. – Dickson 5-59, 1 TD;
Passing Yards        280        224                Boldin 4-74, 1 TD; Rice 4-42, 1 TD; Pitta 2-45;
Att.-Comp.-Int. 41-22-3     29-17-0                Williams 1-4; Leach 1-0.
Sacks By            4-34        1-9
Punts-Avg.        4-52.8     5-47.2
Penalties           6-63       7-75
Fumbles-Lost         4-4        0-0
Time of Poss.      27:29      32:31

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                                         Game #3                                                                                           Game #4
                        Pittsburgh 23, Indianapolis 20                                                                         Houston 17, Pittsburgh 10
                                Sept. 25, 2011                                                                                       Oct. 2, 2011
                         Lucas Oil Stadium (66,309)                                                                            Reliant Stadium (71,585)

   INDIANAPOLIS – K Shaun Suisham nailed a 38-yard field goal with                                       HOUSTON – RB Arian Foster scored on a 42-yard run midway through
only four seconds left in the game to lift the Steelers to a 23-20 victory                            the fourth quarter to score the final points of a 17-10 victory for the
against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. With the victory, the                            Houston Texans over the Steelers at Reliant Stadium. With the loss, the
Steelers improved to 2-1 on the season. It marked the first victory for the                           Steelers fell to 2-2 on the season.
Steelers in Indianapolis during the regular season since 1991.                                           The Texans scored on their first possession as QB Matt Schaub led the
   The Steelers took the opening kickoff and went up 3-0 on Suisham’s                                 team on a 19-play, 95-yard drive that was capped off by a one-yard
48-yard field goal. Late in the first quarter, the Steelers took a 10-0 lead                          touchdown toss to TE Owen Daniels.
when QB Ben Roethlisberger found WR Mike Wallace for an 81-yard                                          K Neil Rackers added a 25-yard field goal late in the second quarter to
touchdown, the longest reception in Wallace’s career. Wallace finished                                give the Texans a 10-0 lead. The Steelers finally had some momentum on
the game with a career-high 144 yards receiving and one touchdown,                                    their final drive of the half. K Shaun Suisham attempted a 30-yard field
extending his franchise record to six consecutive 100-yard receiving                                  goal, but it was blocked by S Danieal Manning. CB Johnathan Joseph then
games.                                                                                                scooped up the loose football and returned 61 yards for a touchdown but
   The Colts scored 13 unanswered points, thanks in large part to three                               the play was negated on a block in the back penalty. The Steelers trailed
Steelers’ turnovers. A Roethlisberger fumble set up K Adam Vinatieri’s 21-                            10-0 at the half.
yard field goal to cut the lead 10-3. And with less than two minutes                                     On the Steelers’ first possession of the second half QB Ben
remaining in the half, Roethlisberger was sacked and stripped and Colts’                              Roethlisberger led the team on a 13-play, 74-yard drive that was capped
DE Jamaal Anderson scooped the ball up and returned it 47 yards for a                                 by RB Rashard Mendenhall’s three-yard touchdown run. The Steelers
touchdown. On the Steelers’ ensuing drive, Roethlisberger was picked                                  then tied the game, 10-10, when Suisham connected from 26 yards to
off and Vinatieri connected from 25 yards out to give the Colts a 13-10                               begin the fourth quarter.
lead at halftime.                                                                                        On the Texans’ ensuing possession, Foster broke free and scored
   The Steelers tied the game 13-13 early in the fourth quarter on Suisham’s                          from 42 yards out. It was the longest run the Steelers’ defense had given
44-yard field goal. Midway through the fourth quarter the Steelers’ defense                           up since the 2006 season. Foster finished the game with 30 carries for
forced its first turnover of the season on LB James Harrison’s sack                                   155 yards and one touchdown. The Steelers though had a chance to tie
and forced fumble. S Troy Polamalu picked up the loose ball and returned                              the game with less than a minute left, but Roethlisberger was picked off
it 16 yards to give the Steelers a 20-13 lead.                                                        by CB Jason Allen.
   The Colts though struck on their next drive. RB Joseph Addai scored                                   The Texans rushed for 180 yards, which is the second-most rushing
from six yards out to tie the game 20-20. But there was plenty of time for                            yards the Steelers’ defense allowed in a game since the 2001 season.
the Steelers to score. Roethlisberger led the team on a 10-play, 60-yard                              Foster’s 155 rushing yards were the second-most by a running back
drive that was capped off by Suisham’s game-winning field goal. It was                                against the Steelers’ defense since 2001.
Roethlisberger ’s 24 th game-winning/overtime drive of his career.                                       WR Hines Ward had one reception for 19 yards, giving him 11,838
Roethlisberger finished with a game-high 364 yards passing with one                                   career receiving yards, which puts him in 20th place in NFL History for
touchdown.                                                                                            receiving yards.


                                     GAME SUMMARY                                                                                      GAME SUMMARY

STEELERS (2-1)                   10               0               0             13         23         STEELERS (2-2)                  0             0             7            3          10
Colts (0-3)                       0              13               0              7         20         Texans (3-1)                    7             3             0            7          17


TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                             DRIVE         SCORE      TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                    DRIVE          SCORE
PIT    1   12:43    Suisham 48 yd. FG                                        7-50; 2:17    3-0        HOU   1   4:05     Daniels 1 yd. pass from Schaub (Rackers kick)    19-95; 10:55   0-7
PIT    1   3:29     Wallace 81 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)   2-86; 0:53    10-0       HOU   2   2:33     Rackers 25 yd. FG                                12-60; 5:41    0-10
IND    2   6:14     Vinatieri 21 yd. FG                                      12-47; 5:44   10-3       PIT   3   7:02     Mendenhall 3 yd. run (Suisham kick)              13-74; 7:58    7-10
IND    2   1:46     Anderson 47 yd. fumble return (Vinatieri kick)           ----; ----    10-10      PIT   4   14:57    Suisham 26 yd. FG                                9-55; 5:27     10-10
IND    2   0:15     Vinatieri 25 yd. FG                                      4-5; 1:19     10-13      HOU   4   12:02    Foster 42 yd. run (Rackers kick)                 5-85; 2:55     10-17
PIT    4   12:10    Suisham 44 yd. FG                                        10-50; 5:40   13-13
PIT    4   5:13     Polamalu 16 yd. fumble return (Suisham kick)             ----; ----    20-13
IND    4   2:09     Addai 6 yd. run (Vinatieri kick)                         10-80; 3:04   20-20
PIT    4   0:04     Suisham 38 yd. FG                                        10-60; 2:05   23-20
                                                                                                             TEAM STATISTICS                                 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                                                                                                                        Steelers        Texans            RUSHING: Pit. – Redman 6-40; Moore 4-
                                                                                                       1st Downs 20 (8-10-2) 17 (9-8-0)                 34; Mendenhall 9-25, 1 TD; Roethlisberger
       TEAM STATISTICS                                    INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                        3rd Downs 5-12 (42%) 6-12 (50%)                  2-11; Brown 1-8. Hou. – Foster 30-155, 1 TD;
                   Steelers            Colts          RUSHING: Pit. – Mendenhall 18-37;                4th Downs       0-1 (0%) 0-0 (0%)                Tate 2-20; Ogbonnaya 1-4; Schaub 2-1.
 1st Downs 19 (4-14-1) 14 (4-10-0)                  Roethlisberger 5-15; Moore 2-9; Redman 3-6.        Total Net Yards      296      318                  PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 30-16-1,
 3rd Downs 8-15 (53%) 7-16 (44%)                    Ind. – Addai 17-86, 1 TD; Carter 4-11.             Plays-Avg.        57-5.2   56-5.7                206. Hou. – Schaub 21-14-0, 138, 1 TD.
 4th Downs       0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%)                    PASSING: Pit. – Roethlisberger 37-25-1,          Rushing Yards        118      180                  RECEIVING: Pit. – Brown 5-67; Wallace 4-
 Total Net Yards      408      241                  364, 1 TD. Ind. – Collins 29-13-0, 93; Painter     Rush Att.-Avg.    22-5.4   35-5.1                77; Miller 3-15; Ward 1-19; Redman 1-12;
 Plays-Avg.        68-6.0   62-3.9                  11-5-0, 60.                                        Passing Yards        206      138                Sanders 1-10, Johnson 1-6. Hou. – Daniels
 Rushing Yards         67       97                    RECEIVING: Pit. – Wallace 5-144, 1 TD; Miller    Att.-Comp.-Int. 30-16-1   21-14-0                5-69, 1 TD; Johnson 4-36; Foster 3-11;
 Rush Att.-Avg.    28-2.4   21-4.6                  5-71; Brown 4-75; Ward 3-17; Mendenhall 3-         Sacks By            5-28      0-0                Dreesen 1-14; Casey 1-8.
 Passing Yards        364      153                  9; Sanders 2-21; Moore 1-22; Johnson 1-3,          Punts-Avg.        4-50.5   5-47.0
 Att.-Comp.-Int. 37-25-1   40-18-0                  Saunders 1-2. Ind. – Garcon 6-82; Collie 5-        Penalties           5-45     9-64
 Sacks By            3-23      1-9                  29; Wayne 3-24; Clark 2-12; Eldridge 1-4;          Fumbles-Lost         0-0      1-0
 Punts-Avg.        3-37.3   7-44.4                  Addai 1-2.                                         Time of Poss.      28:17    31:43
 Penalties           4-38     3-21
 Fumbles-Lost         2-2      1-1
 Time of Poss.      33:58    26:02


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                                       Game #5
                        Pittsburgh 38, Tennessee 17
                                Oct. 9, 2011
                             Heinz Field (63,875)
   PITTSBURGH – QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for five touchdowns
and RB Jonathan Dwyer ran for 107 yards, propelling the Steelers to a
38-17 victory over the Tennessee Titans at Heinz Field.
   The Titans scored on their first possession of the game, marching 69
yards on 13 plays. K Rob Bironas connected from 29 yards out to put the
Titans up 3-0.
   The Steelers scored touchdowns on their first three possessions of
the game. Roethlisberger found TE Heath Miller for an eight-yard
touchdown pass to take a 7-3 lead. On the Steelers ensuing drive, Dwyer,
on his first play of the season, raced down the sideline for a 76-yard run.
It was the longest run of his career and it tied for the seventh longest run
from scrimmage in Steelers’ history. Later in the drive, Roethlisberger
found WR Hines Ward for a seven-yard touchdown, and the Steelers
led 14-3.
   Roethlisberger threw his third touchdown of the day midway through
the second quarter, finding TE David Johnson for a one-yard score. It
was Johnson’s first career touchdown, and the Steelers went into halftime
up 21-3. The Steelers went up 28-3 when Roethlisberger connected with
Ward on a five-yard touchdown pass. It was Ward’s first multi-touchdown
game of the season and 16th of his career. Ward finished with a game-
high seven catches for 54 yards and two touchdowns.
   The Titans cut the lead 28-10 on RB Chris Johnson’s one-yard
touchdown run but the Steelers answered. K Shaun Suisham extended
the lead to 31-10 with a 19-yard field goal. Late in the fourth quarter the
Titans cut the lead 31-17, when QB Matt Hasselbeck connected with WR
Damian Williams on a 19-yard touchdown.
   Roethlisberger threw his fifth touchdown pass of the game on the
Steelers’ next drive, finding WR Mike Wallace for a 40-yard score. It
marked the second time in his career that he threw five touchdowns.
Roethlisberger finished the game 24-of-34 for 228 yards with five
touchdowns and one interception.
   The Steelers’ offense gained a season-high 431 total yards, including a
season-high 174 yards rushing. The Steelers’ defense held the Titans to
66 yards rushing, and had three sacks and one interception.

                                   GAME SUMMARY

Titans (3-2)                      3             0                7              7         17
STEELERS (3-2)                    7            14                7             10         38

TEAM Q TIME PLAY                                                            DRIVE         SCORE
TEN    1   8:17    Bironas 29 yd. FG                                        13-69; 6:43   0-3
PIT    1   3:00    Miller 8 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)     10-50; 5:17   7-3
PIT    2   11:14   Ward 7 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)       8-70; 4:30    14-3
PIT    2   6:11    Johnson 1 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)    5-90; 3:10    21-3
PIT    3   4:44    Ward 5 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)       9-71; 5:41    28-3
TEN    3   2:02    Johnson 1 yd. run (Bironas kick)                         9-77; 2:42    28-10
PIT    4   10:45   Suisham 19 yd. FG                                        11-53; 6:09   31-10
TEN    4   3:32    Williams 19 yd. pass from Hasselbeck (Bironas kick)      10-37; 2:55   31-17
PIT    4   2:39    Wallace 40 yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick)   3-44; 0:53    38-17


       TEAM STATISTICS                                  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                   Titans        Steelers           RUSHING: Ten. – Johnson 14-51, 1 TD;
 1st Downs      20 (6-11-3) 26 (9-15-2)           Ringer 3-12; Hasselbeck 1-3. Pit. – Dwyer 11-
 3rd Downs 7-15 (47%) 7-12 (58%)                  107, 1 TD; Redman 15-49; Brown 1-10;
 4th Downs       1-2 (50%) 1-1 (100%)             Wallace 1-8.
 Total Net Yards       306          431             PASSING: Ten. – Hasselbeck 49-29-1, 262,
 Plays-Avg.         70-4.4      64-6.7            1 TD. Pit. – Roethlisberger 34-24-1, 228, 5
 Rushing Yards          66          174           TD; Sepulveda 1-1-0, 33.
 Rush Att.-Avg.     18-3.7      28-6.2              RECEIVING: Ten. – Williams 6-66, 1 TD;
 Passing Yards         262          261           Ringer 6-16, Washington 5-69; Cook 4-59;
 Att.-Comp.-Int. 49-29-1       35-25-1            Hawkins 4-33; Johnson 3-14; Mariani 1-5. Pit.
 Sacks By             3-22          1-4           – Ward 7-54, 2 TD; Wallace 6-82, 1 TD; Miller
 Punts-Avg.         4-42.3      2-24.0            3-46, 1 TD; Redman 3-12; Brown 2-23;
 Penalties            9-70         5-51           Johnson 2-5, 1 TD; Mundy 1-33; Dwyer 1-6.
 Fumbles-Lost          1-0          0-0
 Time of Poss.       27:38        32:22



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PITTSBURGH STEELERS / WEEK 5 / THROUGH SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2011

WON 3, LOST 2                                  * RUSHING                 No. Yds   Avg Long TD
09/11 L 7-35     at Baltimore         71,434   Mendenhall                58 173    3.0 23    2
09/18 W 24- 0    Seattle              63,663   Redman                    37 156    4.2 20t 1
09/25 W 23-20    at Indianapolis      66,309   Dwyer                     11 107    9.7 76    0
10/02 L 10-17    at Houston           71,585   M. Moore                   6   43   7.2 15    0
10/09 W 38-17    Tennessee            63,875   Roethlisberger            13   43   3.3 11    0
10/16            Jacksonville                  A. Brown                   3   19   6.3 10    0
10/23            at Arizona                    Wallace                    1    8   8.0   8   0
10/30            New England                   TEAM                     129 549    4.3 76    3
11/06            Baltimore                     OPPONENTS                118 544    4.6 42t 4
11/13            at Cincinnati                 * RECEIVING               No. Yds   Avg Long TD
11/27            at Kansas City                Wallace                   31 536 17.3 81t 3
12/04            Cincinnati                    Ward                      20 190    9.5 31    2
12/08            Cleveland                     A. Brown                  17 246 14.5 23      0
12/19            at San Francisco              H. Miller                 15 190 12.7 30      1
12/24            St. Louis                     Sanders                    7   95 13.6 30     1
01/01            at Cleveland                  Redman                     5   30   6.0 12    0
                      Pitt.      Opp.          Mendenhall                 5   21   4.2   8   0
TOTAL FIRST DOWNS         108         76       M. Moore                   4   61 15.3 22     0
  Rushing                  30         25       D. Johnson                 4   14   3.5   6   1
  Passing                  70         46       Mundy                      1   33 33.0 33     0
  Penalty                   8          5       Dwyer                      1    6   6.0   6   0
  3rd Down: Made/Att    31/63      29/71       Saunders                   1    2   2.0   2   0
  3rd Down Pct.            49.2       40.8     TEAM                     111 1424 12.8 81t 8
  4th Down: Made/Att      1/4        2/5       OPPONENTS                 98 936    9.6 30    5
  4th Down Pct.            25.0       40.0     * INTERCEPTIONS          No. Yds   Avg Long TD
POSSESSION AVG.         32:10      27:50       Woodley                   1    1   1.0    1   0
TOTAL NET YARDS          1868       1414       TEAM                      1    1   1.0    1   0
  Avg. Per Game           373.6      282.8     OPPONENTS                 6   62 10.3    25   0
 Total Plays              318        296       * PUNTING          No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B
  Avg. Per Play             5.9        4.8     Sepulveda          15 748 49.9 39.9 4 5 66 1
NET YARDS RUSHING         549        544       TEAM               16 748 46.8 39.9 4 5 66 1
  Avg. Per Game           109.8      108.8     OPPONENTS          29 1338 46.1 39.3 1 10 62 0
  Total Rushes            129        118       * PUNT RETURNS         Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD
NET YARDS PASSING        1319        870       A. Brown                11 6 161 14.6 41 0
  Avg. Per Game           263.8      174.0     Sanders                  3 0    18   6.0 10 0
  Sacked/Yards Lost    15/105      10/66       TEAM                    14 6 179 12.8 41 0
  Gross Yards            1424        936       OPPONENTS                6 2    29   4.8 13 0
  Att./Completions    174/111     168/98       * KICKOFF RETURNS        No. Yds   Avg Long TD
  Completion Pct.          63.8       58.3     A. Brown                  8 253 31.6     52   0
  Had Intercepted           6          1       Redman                    1   18 18.0    18   0
PUNTS/AVERAGE           16/46.8    29/46.1     TEAM                      9 271 30.1     52   0
NET PUNTING AVG.        16/39.9    29/39.3     OPPONENTS                11 278 25.3     42   0
PENALTIES/YARDS        24/235     34/296       * FIELD GOALS        1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
FUMBLES/BALL LOST         6/6        3/1       Suisham              1/ 1 2/ 2 1/ 3 2/ 3 0/0
TOUCHDOWNS                 12         10       TEAM                 1/ 1 2/ 2 1/ 3 2/ 3 0/0
  Rushing                   3          4       OPPONENTS            0/ 0 5/ 5 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/0
  Passing                   8          5       Suisham: ()(20G,41N)(48G,36N,44G,38G)(30B,26G)
  Returns                   1          1       (19G)
* SCORE BY PERIODS    Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS       OPP: (29G,30G)()(21G,25G)(25G)(29G)
TEAM                  24 31 21 26      0 102
OPPONENTS             24 23 18 24      0 89
* SCORING      TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT    FG S PTS
Suisham         0 0 0 0 12/12 6/ 9 0 30
Wallace         3 0 3 0                0 18
Mendenhall      2 2 0 0                0 12
Ward            2 0 2 0                0 12
D. Johnson      1 0 1 0                0   6
H. Miller       1 0 1 0                0   6
Polamalu        1 0 0 1                0   6
Redman          1 1 0 0                0   6
Sanders         1 0 1 0                0   6
TEAM           12 3 8 1 12/12 6/ 9 0 102
OPPONENTS      10 4 5 1 9/ 9 6/ 6 0 89
2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 1-1
SACKS: Woodley 3, Harrison 2, Farrior 1,
Foote 1, Heyward 1, Polamalu 1, Hood 0.5,
McLendon 0.5, TM 10, OPP 15
FUM/LOST: Roethlisberger 4/4,
Mendenhall 1/1, M. Moore 1/1

* PASSING                Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD       TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating
Roethlisberger           172 109 1376 63.4 8.00    8       4.7 6    3.5 81t 15/ 105     89.2
Sanders                    1    1  15 100.0 15.00  0       0.0 0    0.0 15     0/   0 118.8
Sepulveda                  1    1  33 100.0 33.00  0       0.0 0    0.0 33     0/   0 118.8
TEAM                     174 111 1424 63.8 8.18    8       4.6 6    3.4 81t 15/ 105     90.3
OPPONENTS                168   98 936 58.3 5.57    5       3.0 1    0.6 30    10/ 66    81.3
               2011 PITTSBURGH STEELERS
   REGULAR-SEASON DEFENSIVE/SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS


                            Sacks/           Int./                 SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
Player       U    A   Tot     Yds.    QH/P Yards     PD FF FR     U   A Tot     FF FR       BL
Polamalu    29    8    37       1/0      0    0/0     6  0  1     0   0     0    0    0      0
Farrior     28    6    34       1/7      0    0/0     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Timmons     25    6    31       0/0      1    0/0     4  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Clark       17   11    28       0/0      0    0/0     1  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Woodley     16   10    26    3/21.5      6    1/1     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Harrison    18    4    22      2/13      7    0/0     1  1  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Gay         13    2    15       0/0      0    0/0     2  0  0     0   1     1    0    0      0
Lewis       13    0    13       0/0      0    0/0     2  0  0     0   1     1    0    0      0
Foote       10    3    13       1/9      2    0/0     0  0  0     1   1     2    0    0      0
Smith        5    6    11       0/0      4    0/0     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Hampton      9    1    10       0/0      2    0/0     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Hood         7    3    10   0.5/4.5     10    0/0     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Keisel       9    0     9       0/0      7    0/0     2  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Taylor       5    3     8       0/0      0    0/0     4  0  0     0   1     1    0    0      0
McFadden     3    1     4       0/0      0    0/0     1  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Worilds      3    0     3       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     2   0     2    0    0      0
Heyward      2    1     3       1/8      3    0/0     1  1  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Hoke         2    0     2       0/0      1    0/0     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
Mundy        1    0     1       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   2     3    0    0      0
McLendon     0    0     0     0.5/3      1    0/0     0  0  0     0   0     0    0    0      0
C. Brown     0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     6   0     6    1    0      0
Sylvester    0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   3     4    0    0      0
Dwyer        0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   1     2    0    0      0
Sanders      0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   1     2    0    0      0
Suisham      0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     0   2     2    0    0      0
C. Allen     0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   0     1    0    0      0
W. Allen     0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   0     1    0    0      0
Battle       0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     1   0     1    0    0      0
Warren       0    0     0       0/0      0    0/0     0  0  0     0   1     1    0    0      0

TOTALS    215    65   280 10/66         44  1/1      24   2   1   16   14   30   1    0     0
OPPONENTS 202    97   299 15/105        21 6/62      27   6   6   22    2   23   0    0     2
                             2011 PITTSBURGH STEELERS DEPTH CHART

                                                       OFFENSE
WR     86       HINES WARD (6-0, 205, 14)        84      Antonio Brown (5-10, 186, 2)      89   Jerricho Cotchery (6-1, 200, 8)
LT     72     JONATHAN SCOTT (6-6, 318, 6)       78        Max Starks (6-8, 345, 8)        69    Jamon Meredith (6-5, 305, 3)
LG     68     CHRIS KEMOEATU (6-3, 344, 7)       73       Ramon Foster (6-6, 325, 3)
 C     53    MAURKICE POUNCEY (6-4, 304, 2)      79        Trai Essex (6-5, 324, 7)
RG     64     DOUG LEGURSKY (6-1, 315, 3)        79        Trai Essex (6-5, 324, 7)
RT     77     MARCUS GILBERT (6-6, 330, R)       79        Trai Essex (6-5, 324, 7)
TE     83      HEATH MILLER (6-5, 256, 7)        85      David Johnson (6-2, 260, 3)       82   Weslye Saunders (6-5, 270, R)
RB     34    RASHARD MENDENHALL (5-10, 225, 4)   33      Isaac Redman (6-0, 230, 2)        21   Mewelde Moore (5-11, 209, 8)
                                                                                           27   Jonathan Dwyer (5-11, 239, 2)
FB     85      DAVID JOHNSON (6-2, 260, 3)
QB      7    BEN ROETHLISBERGER (6-5, 241, 8)    16      Charlie Batch (6-2, 216, 14)      10     Dennis Dixon (6-3, 209, 4)
WR     17       MIKE WALLACE (6-0, 199, 3)       88    Emmanuel Sanders (5-11, 180, 2)     81     Arnaz Battle (6-1, 208, 9)



                                                       DEFENSE

 DE     91       AARON SMITH (6-5, 298, 13)      96        Ziggy Hood (6-3, 300, 3)
                                                 76/     Chris Hoke (6-2, 305, 10) or
 NT     98     CASEY HAMPTON (6-1, 325, 11)
                                                 90     Steve McLendon (6-4, 280, 2)
  DE    99        BRETT KEISEL (6-5, 285, 10)    97    Cameron Heyward (6-5, 288, R)
LOLB    56     LAMARR WOODLEY (6-2, 265, 5)      54        Chris Carter (6-1, 248, R)
LILB    51      JAMES FARRIOR (6-2, 243, 15)     55    Stevenson Sylvester (6-2, 231, 2)
RILB    94    LAWRENCE TIMMONS (6-1, 234, 5)     50        Larry Foote (6-1, 239, 10)
ROLB    92     JAMES HARRISON (6-0, 242, 8)      93       Jason Worilds (6-2, 262, 2)
 LCB    20     BRYANT MCFADDEN (6-0, 190, 7)     22        William Gay (5-10, 190, 5)      31     Curtis Brown (6-0, 185, R)
  FS    25      RYAN CLARK (5-11, 205, 10)       29        Ryan Mundy (6-1, 209, 3)
  SS    43     TROY POLAMALU (5-10, 207, 9)      26         Will Allen (6-1, 200, 8)
RCB     24       IKE TAYLOR (6-2, 195, 9)        23       Keenan Lewis (6-0, 208, 3)       28     Cortez Allen (6-1, 196, R)

                                                   SPECIAL TEAMS

 P      9     DANIEL SEPULVEDA (6-3, 230, 5)
PK      6       SHAUN SUISHAM (6-0, 200, 7)
LS     60        GREG WARREN (6-3, 252, 7)       72      Jonathan Scott (6-6, 318, 6)
H       9     DANIEL SEPULVEDA (6-3, 230, 5)
KR     84      ANTONIO BROWN (5-10, 186, 2)      88    Emmanuel Sanders (5-11, 180, 2)     21   Mewelde Moore (5-11, 209, 8)
PR     84      ANTONIO BROWN (5-10, 186, 2)      88    Emmanuel Sanders (5-11, 180, 2)     89   Jerricho Cotchery (6-1, 200, 8)


 Rookies
                            PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2011 ALPHABETICAL ROSTER
NO   NAME                     POS   HT     WT      DOB    AGE EXP COLLEGE                                BIRTHPLACE                  HOW ACQ             2011 GP/GS
28   Allen, Cortez            CB    6-1    196   10/29/88 22   R The Citadel                             Ocala, FL                   D4 '11                      4/0
26   Allen, Will              S     6-1    200   06/17/82 29    8 Ohio State                             Dayton, OH                  FA '10                      5/0
16   Batch, Charlie           QB    6-2    216   12/05/74 36   14 Eastern Michigan                       Homestead, PA               FA '02                      1/0
81   Battle, Arnaz            WR    6-1    208   02/22/80 31    9 Notre Dame                             Dallas, TX                  FA '10                      5/0
84   Brown, Antonio           WR    5-10   186   07/10/88 23    2 Central Michigan                       Miami, FL                   D6b '10                     5/0
31   Brown, Curtis            CB    6-0    185   09/24/88 23   R Texas                                   Longview, TX                D3 '11                      4/0
54   Carter, Chris            LB    6-1    248   04/06/89 22   R Fresno State                            Fontana, CA                 D5 '11                      2/0
25   Clark, Ryan              S     5-11   205   10/12/79 32   10 LSU                                    Marrero, LA                 UFA '06 (Was)               5/5
89   Cotchery, Jerricho       WR    6-1    200   06/16/82 29    8 North Carolina State                   Birmingham, AL              FA '11                      2/0
10   Dixon, Dennis            QB    6-3    209   01/11/85 26    4 Oregon                                 San Leandro, CA             D5 '08                      0/0
27   Dwyer, Jonathan          RB    5-11   229   07/26/89 22    2 Georgia Tech                           Marietta, GA                D6a '10                     1/0
79   Essex, Trai              OG    6-5    324   12/05/82 28    7 Northwestern                           Fort Wayne, IN              D3 '05                      4/1
51   Farrior, James           LB    6-2    243   01/06/75 36   15 Virginia                               Ettrick, VA                 UFA '02 (NYJ)               5/5
50   Foote, Larry             LB    6-1    239   06/12/80 31   10 Michigan                               Detroit, MI                 FA '10                      5/1
73   Foster, Ramon            OG    6-6    325   01/07/86 25    3 Tennessee                              Henning, TN                 FA '09                      4/3
22   Gay, William             CB    5-10   190   01/01/85 26    5 Louisville                             Tallahassee, FL             D5b '07                     5/4
77   Gilbert, Marcus          OT    6-6    330   02/15/88 23   R Florida                                 Fort Lauderdale, FL         D2 '11                      4/4
98   Hampton, Casey           NT    6-1    325   09/03/77 34   11 Texas                                  Galveston, TX               D1 '01                      4/3
92   Harrison, James          LB    6-0    242   05/04/78 33    8 Kent State                             Akron, OH                   FA '04                      4/4
97   Heyward, Cameron         DE    6-5    288   05/06/89 22   R Ohio State                              Pittsburgh, PA              D1 '11                      5/0
76   Hoke, Chris              NT    6-2    305   04/06/76 35   10 Brigham Young                          Long Beach, CA              FA '01                      5/1
96   Hood, Ziggy              DE    6-3    300   02/16/87 24    3 Missouri                               Amarillo, TX                D1 '09                      5/3
85   Johnson, David           TE    6-2    260   08/26/87 24    3 Arkansas State                         Pine Bluff, AR              D7b '09                     5/5
99   Keisel, Brett            DE    6-5    285   09/19/78 33   10 Brigham Young                          Greybull, WY                D7b '02                     3/3
68   Kemoeatu, Chris          OG    6-3    344   01/04/83 28    7 Utah                                   Kahuku, HI                  D6 '05                      3/3
64   Legursky, Doug           C/G   6-1    315   06/09/86 25    3 Marshall                               Frankfurt, Germany          FA '08                      4/4
23   Lewis, Keenan            CB    6-0    208   05/17/86 25    3 Oregon State                           New Orleans, LA             D3c '09                     5/1
20   McFadden, Bryant         CB    6-0    190   11/21/81 29    7 Florida State                          Hollywood, FL               T '10 (Arz)                 2/1
90   McLendon, Steve          NT    6-4    280   01/03/86 25    2 Troy                                   Ozark, AL                   FA '09                      3/0
34   Mendenhall, Rashard      RB    5-10   225   06/19/87 24    4 Illinois                               Skokie, IL                  D1 '08                      4/4
69   Meredith, Jamon          OT    6-5    304   05/11/86 25    3 South Carolina                         Simpsonville, SC            FA '11                      0/0
83   Miller, Heath            TE    6-5    256   10/22/82 28    7 Virginia                               Swords Creek, VA            D1 '05                      5/5
21   Moore, Mewelde           RB    5-11   209   07/24/82 29    8 Tulane                                 Hammond, LA                 UFA '08 (Min)               4/0
29   Mundy, Ryan              S     6-1    209   02/11/85 26    3 West Virginia                          Pittsburgh, PA              D6b '08                     5/0
43   Polamalu, Troy           S     5-10   207   04/19/81 30    9 Southern California                    Santa Ana, CA               D1 '03                      5/5
53   Pouncey, Maurkice        C     6-4    304   07/24/89 22    2 Florida                                Lakeland, FL                D1 '10                      5/5
33   Redman, Isaac            RB    6-0    230   11/10/84 26    2 Bowie State                            Paulsboro, NJ               FA '09                      5/1
7    Roethlisberger, Ben      QB    6-5    241   03/02/82 29    8 Miami (OH)                             Cory Rawson, OH             D1 '04                      5/5
88   Sanders, Emmanuel        WR    5-11   180   03/17/87 24    2 SMU                                    Bellville, TX               D3 '10                      5/0
82   Saunders, Weslye         TE    6-5    270   01/16/89 22   R South Carolina                          Durham, NC                  FA '11                      5/0
72   Scott, Jonathan          OT    6-6    318   01/10/83 28    6 Texas                                  Dallas, TX                  FA '10                      4/3
9    Sepulveda, Daniel        P     6-3    230   01/12/84 27    5 Baylor                                 Austin, TX                  D4a '07                     5/0
91   Smith, Aaron             DE    6-5    298   04/19/76 35   13 Northern Colorado                      Colorado Springs, CO        D4 '99                      4/4
78   Starks, Max              OT    6-8    345   01/10/82 29    8 Florida                                Orlando, FL                 D3 '04                      1/1
6    Suisham, Shaun           K     6-0    200   12/29/81 29    7 Bowling Green                          Wallaceburg, Ontario        FA '10                      5/0
55   Sylvester, Stevenson     LB    6-2    231   07/18/88 23    2 Utah                                   Las Vegas, NV               D5c '10                     5/0
24   Taylor, Ike              CB    6-2    195   05/05/80 31    9 LA-Lafayette                           Gretna, LA                  D4 '03                      5/5
94   Timmons, Lawrence        LB    6-1    234   05/14/86 25    5 Florida State                          Florence, SC                D1 '07                      5/5
17   Wallace, Mike            WR    6-0    199   08/01/86 25    3 Mississippi                            New Orleans, LA             D3b '09                     5/5
86   Ward, Hines              WR    6-0    205   03/08/76 35   14 Georgia                                Forest Park, GA             D3b '98                     5/5
60   Warren, Greg             LS    6-3    252   10/18/81 29    7 North Carolina                         Goldsboro, NC               FA '05                      5/0
56   Woodley, LaMarr          LB    6-2    265   11/03/84 26    5 Michigan                               Saginaw, MI                 D2 '07                      5/5
93   Worilds, Jason           LB    6-2    262   03/03/88 23    2 Virginia Tech                          Carteret, NJ                D2 '10                      4/0
RESERVE/INJURED LIST
35   Batch, Baron             RB    5-10 210 12/21/87         23      R    Texas Tech                    Midland, TX                 D7 '11                      0/0
74   Colon, Willie            OT    6-3 315 04/09/83          28      5    Hofstra                       Bronx, NY                   D4a '06                     1/1
4    Leftwich, Byron          QB    6-5 250 01/14/80          31      9    Marshall                      Washington, D.C.            T '10 (T.B.)                0/0
PRACTICE SQUAD
95   Bryant, Corbin           DE    6-4    300   01/04/88     23      R    Northwestern                  Chicago, IL                 FA '11                      0/0
38   Clay, John               RB    6-1    248   01/04/88     23      R    Wisconsin                     Racine, WI                  FA '11                      0/0
41   Davis, Tristan           RB    5-10   212   05/05/86     25      1    Auburn                        East Point, GA              FA '11                      0/0
19   Grisham, Tyler           WR    5-11   180   06/11/87     24      2    Clemson                       Birmingham, AL              FA '09                      0/0
57   Ivy, Mortty              LB    6-1    239   04/26/86     25      1    West Virginia                 Monroeville, PA             FA '10                      0/0
45   McCoy, Jamie             TE    6-3    240   07/21/87     24      1    Texas A&M                     Midland, TX                 FA '11                      0/0
71   Scott, Chris             OT    6-4    319   08/04/87     24      2    Tennessee                     Riverdale, GA               FA '11                      2/0
67   Turner, Trevis           OT    6-7    330   05/02/87     24      R    Abilene Christian             DeSoto, TX                  FA '11                      0/0

                                                              Experience Includes 2011 Season
                                                            Number of Players on Active Roster: 53
     Head Coach:              Mike Tomlin
     Assistant Coaches:       John Mitchell (asst head coach/defensive line); Dick LeBeau (defensive coordinator); Bruce Arians (offensive
                              coordinator); Randy Fichtner (quarterbacks); Keith Butler (linebackers); James Daniel (tight ends); Al Everest (special
                              teams); Harold Goodwin (offensive asst); Scottie Montgomery (wide receivers); Carnell Lake (defensive backs); Amos
                              Jones (asst special teams); Sean Kugler (offensive line); Jerry Olsavsky (defensive asst); Kirby Wilson (running backs);
                              Garrett Giemont (strength and conditioning); Marcel Pastoor (asst strength and conditioning).
                           PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER
NO   NAME                  POS    HT    WT      DOB    AGE     EXP   COLLEGE                     BIRTHPLACE                HOW ACQ          2011 GP/GS
6    Shaun Suisham         K      6-0   200   12/29/81 29        7   Bowling Green               Wallaceburg, Ontario      FA '10                   5/0
7    Ben Roethlisberger    QB     6-5   241   03/02/82 29        8   Miami (OH)                  Cory Rawson, OH           D1 '04                   5/5
9    Daniel Sepulveda      P      6-3   230   01/12/84 27        5   Baylor                      Austin, TX                D4a '07                  5/0
10   Dennis Dixon          QB     6-3   209   01/11/85 26        4   Oregon                      San Leandro, CA           D5 '08                   0/0
16   Charlie Batch         QB     6-2   216   12/05/74 36       14   Eastern Michigan            Homestead, PA             FA '02                   1/0
17   Mike Wallace          WR     6-0   199   08/01/86 25        3   Mississippi                 New Orleans, LA           D3b '09                  5/5
20   Bryant McFadden       CB     6-0   190   11/21/81 29        7   Florida State               Hollywood, FL             T '10 (Arz)              2/1
21   Mewelde Moore         RB    5-11   209   07/24/82 29        8   Tulane                      Hammond, LA               UFA '08 (Min)            4/0
22   William Gay           CB    5-10   190   01/01/85 26        5   Louisville                  Tallahassee, FL           D5b '07                  5/4
23   Keenan Lewis          CB     6-0   208   05/17/86 25        3   Oregon State                New Orleans, LA           D3c '09                  5/1
24   Ike Taylor            CB     6-2   195   05/05/80 31        9   LA-Lafayette                Gretna, LA                D4 '03                   5/5
25   Ryan Clark            S     5-11   205   10/12/79 32       10   LSU                         Marrero, LA               UFA '06 (Was)            5/5
26   Will Allen            S      6-1   200   06/17/82 29        8   Ohio State                  Dayton, OH                FA '10                   5/0
27   Jonathan Dwyer        RB    5-11   229   07/26/89 22        2   Georgia Tech                Marietta, GA              D6a '10                  1/0
28   Cortez Allen          CB     6-1   196   10/29/88 22       R    The Citadel                 Ocala, FL                 D4 '11                   4/0
29   Ryan Mundy            S      6-1   209   02/11/85 26        3   West Virginia               Pittsburgh, PA            D6b '08                  5/0
31   Curtis Brown          CB     6-0   185   09/24/88 23       R    Texas                       Longview, TX              D3 '11                   4/0
33   Isaac Redman          RB     6-0   230   11/10/84 26        2   Bowie State                 Paulsboro, NJ             FA '09                   5/1
34   Rashard Mendenhall    RB    5-10   225   06/19/87 24        4   Illinois                    Skokie, IL                D1 '08                   4/4
43   Troy Polamalu         S     5-10   207   04/19/81 30        9   Southern California         Santa Ana, CA             D1 '03                   5/5
50   Larry Foote           LB     6-1   239   06/12/80 31       10   Michigan                    Detroit, MI               FA '10                   5/1
51   James Farrior         LB     6-2   243   01/06/75 36       15   Virginia                    Ettrick, VA               UFA '02 (NYJ)            5/5
53   Maurkice Pouncey      C      6-4   304   07/24/89 22        2   Florida                     Lakeland, FL              D1 '10                   5/5
54   Chris Carter          LB     6-1   248   04/06/89 22       R    Fresno State                Fontana, CA               D5 '11                   2/0
55   Stevenson Sylvester   LB     6-2   231   07/18/88 23        2   Utah                        Las Vegas, NV             D5c '10                  5/0
56   LaMarr Woodley        LB     6-2   265   11/03/84 26        5   Michigan                    Saginaw, MI               D2 '07                   5/5
60   Greg Warren           LS     6-3   252   10/18/81 29        7   North Carolina              Goldsboro, NC             FA '05                   5/0
64   Doug Legursky         C/G    6-1   315   06/09/86 25        3   Marshall                    Frankfurt, Germany        FA '08                   4/4
68   Chris Kemoeatu        OG     6-3   344   01/04/83 28        7   Utah                        Kahuku, HI                D6 '05                   3/3
69   Jamon Meredith        OT     6-5   304   05/11/86 25        3   South Carolina              Simpsonville, SC          FA '11                   0/0
72   Jonathan Scott        OT     6-6   318   01/10/83 28        6   Texas                       Dallas, TX                FA '10                   4/3
73   Ramon Foster          OG     6-6   325   01/07/86 25        3   Tennessee                   Henning, TN               FA '09                   4/3
76   Chris Hoke            NT     6-2   305   04/06/76 35       10   Brigham Young               Long Beach, CA            FA '01                   5/1
77   Marcus Gilbert        OT     6-6   330   02/15/88 23       R    Florida                     Fort Lauderdale, FL       D2 '11                   4/4
78   Max Starks            OT     6-8   345   01/10/82 29        8   Florida                     Orlando, FL               D3 '04                   1/1
79   Trai Essex            OG     6-5   324   12/05/82 28        7   Northwestern                Fort Wayne, IN            D3 '05                   4/1
81   Arnaz Battle          WR     6-1   208   02/22/80 31        9   Notre Dame                  Dallas, TX                FA '10                   5/0
82   Weslye Saunders       TE     6-5   270   01/16/89 22       R    South Carolina              Durham, NC                FA '11                   5/0
83   Heath Miller          TE     6-5   256   10/22/82 28        7   Virginia                    Swords Creek, VA          D1 '05                   5/5
84   Antonio Brown         WR    5-10   186   07/10/88 23        2   Central Michigan            Miami, FL                 D6b '10                  5/0
85   David Johnson         TE     6-2   260   08/26/87 24        3   Arkansas State              Pine Bluff, AR            D7b '09                  5/5
86   Hines Ward            WR     6-0   205   03/08/76 35       14   Georgia                     Forest Park, GA           D3b '98                  5/5
88   Emmanuel Sanders      WR    5-11   180   03/17/87 24        2   SMU                         Bellville, TX             D3 '10                   5/0
89   Jerricho Cotchery     WR     6-1   200   06/16/82 29        8   North Carolina State        Birmingham, AL            FA '11                   2/0
90   Steve McLendon        NT     6-4   280   01/03/86 25        2   Troy                        Ozark, AL                 FA '09                   3/0
91   Aaron Smith           DE     6-5   298   04/19/76 35       13   Northern Colorado           Colorado Springs, CO      D4 '99                   4/4
92   James Harrison        LB     6-0   242   05/04/78 33        8   Kent State                  Akron, OH                 FA '04                   4/4
93   Jason Worilds         LB     6-2   262   03/03/88 23        2   Virginia Tech               Carteret, NJ              D2 '10                   4/0
94   Lawrence Timmons      LB     6-1   234   05/14/86 25        5   Florida State               Florence, SC              D1 '07                   5/5
96   Ziggy Hood            DE     6-3   300   02/16/87 24        3   Missouri                    Amarillo, TX              D1 '09                   5/3
97   Cameron Heyward       DE     6-5   288   05/06/89 22       R    Ohio State                  Pittsburgh, PA            D1 '11                   5/0
98   Casey Hampton         NT     6-1   325   09/03/77 34       11   Texas                       Galveston, TX             D1 '01                   4/3
99   Brett Keisel          DE     6-5   285   09/19/78 33       10   Brigham Young               Greybull, WY              D7b '02                  3/3
RESERVE/INJURED LIST
4    Byron Leftwich        QB     6-5 250 01/14/80       31     9    Marshall                    Washington, D.C.          T '10 (T.B.)             0/0
35   Baron Batch           RB    5-10 210 12/21/87       23     R    Texas Tech                  Midland, TX               D7 '11                   0/0
74   Willie Colon          OT     6-3 315 04/09/83       28     5    Hofstra                     Bronx, NY                 D4a '06                  1/1
PRACTICE SQUAD
19   Tyler Grisham         WR    5-11   180   06/11/87   24     2    Clemson                     Birmingham, AL            FA '09                   0/0
38   John Clay             RB     6-1   248   01/04/88   23     R    Wisconsin                   Racine, WI                FA '11                   0/0
41   Tristan Davis         RB    5-10   212   05/05/86   25     1    Auburn                      East Point, GA            FA '11                   0/0
45   Jamie McCoy           TE     6-3   240   07/21/87   24     1    Texas A&M                   Midland, TX               FA '11                   0/0
57   Mortty Ivy            LB     6-1   239   04/26/86   25     1    West Virginia               Monroeville, PA           FA '10                   0/0
67   Trevis Turner         OT     6-7   330   05/02/87   24     R    Abilene Christian           DeSoto, TX                FA '11                   0/0
71   Chris Scott           OT     6-4   319   08/04/87   24     2    Tennessee                   Riverdale, GA             FA '11                   2/0
95   Corbin Bryant         DE     6-4   300   01/04/88   23     R    Northwestern                Chicago, IL               FA '11                   0/0

                                                       Experience Includes 2011 Season
                                                     Number of Players on Active Roster: 53
     Head Coach:           Mike Tomlin
     Assistant Coaches:    John Mitchell (asst head coach/defensive line); Dick LeBeau (defensive coordinator); Bruce Arians (offensive
                           coordinator); Randy Fichtner (quarterbacks); Keith Butler (linebackers); James Daniel (tight ends); Al Everest
                           (special teams); Harold Goodwin (offensive asst); Scottie Montgomery (wide receivers); Carnell Lake (defensive
                           backs); Amos Jones (asst special teams); Sean Kugler (offensive line); Jerry Olsavsky (defensive asst); Kirby
                           Wilson (running backs); Garrett Giemont (strength and conditioning); Marcel Pastoor (asst strength and
                           conditioning).
                           PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2011 POSITIONAL ROSTER
                                                           OFFENSE (28)
NO NAME                    POS    HT    WT     DOB       AGE EXP COLLEGE                        BIRTHPLACE                HOW ACQ           2011 GP/GS
QUARTERBACKS (3)
7    Ben Roethlisberger    QB     6-5   241 03/02/82     29    8    Miami (OH)                  Cory Rawson, OH           D1 '04                   5/5
10   Dennis Dixon          QB     6-3   209 01/11/85     26    4    Oregon                      San Leandro, CA           D5 '08                   0/0
16   Charlie Batch         QB     6-2   216 12/05/74     36    14   Eastern Michigan            Homestead, PA             FA '02                   1/0
RUNNING BACKS (4)
21   Mewelde Moore         RB    5-11   209   07/24/82   29     8   Tulane                      Hammond, LA               UFA '08 (Min)            4/0
27   Jonathan Dwyer        RB    5-11   229   07/26/89   22     2   Georgia Tech                Marietta, GA              D6a '10                  1/0
33   Isaac Redman          RB     6-0   230   11/10/84   26     2   Bowie State                 Paulsboro, NJ             FA '09                   5/1
34   Rashard Mendenhall    RB    5-10   225   06/19/87   24     4   Illinois                    Skokie, IL                D1 '08                   4/4
WIDE RECEIVERS (6)
17   Mike Wallace          WR     6-0   199   08/01/86   25    3    Mississippi                 New Orleans, LA           D3b '09                  5/5
81   Arnaz Battle          WR     6-1   208   02/22/80   31    9    Notre Dame                  Dallas, TX                FA '10                   5/0
84   Antonio Brown         WR    5-10   186   07/10/88   23    2    Central Michigan            Miami, FL                 D6b '10                  5/0
86   Hines Ward            WR     6-0   205   03/08/76   35    14   Georgia                     Forest Park, GA           D3b '98                  5/5
88   Emmanuel Sanders      WR    5-11   180   03/17/87   24    2    SMU                         Bellville, TX             D3 '10                   5/0
89   Jerricho Cotchery     WR     6-1   200   06/16/82   29    8    North Carolina State        Birmingham, AL            FA '11                   2/0
TIGHT ENDS (3)
82   Weslye Saunders       TE     6-5   270 01/16/89     22     R   South Carolina              Durham, NC                FA '11                   5/0
83   Heath Miller          TE     6-5   256 10/22/82     28     7   Virginia                    Swords Creek, VA          D1 '05                   5/5
85   David Johnson         TE     6-2   260 08/26/87     24     2   Arkansas State              Pine Bluff, AR            D7b '09                  5/5
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN (9)
53   Maurkice Pouncey      C      6-4   304   07/24/89   22     2   Florida                     Lakeland, FL              D1 '10                   5/5
64   Doug Legursky         C/G    6-1   315   06/09/86   25     3   Marshall                    Frankfurt, Germany        FA '08                   4/4
68   Chris Kemoeatu        OG     6-3   344   01/04/83   28     7   Utah                        Kahuku, HI                D6 '05                   3/3
69   Jamon Meredith        OT     6-5   304   05/11/86   25     3   South Carolina              Simpsonville, SC          FA '11                   0/0
72   Jonathan Scott        OT     6-6   318   01/10/83   28     6   Texas                       Dallas, TX                FA '10                   4/3
73   Ramon Foster          OG     6-6   325   01/07/86   25     3   Tennessee                   Henning, TN               FA '09                   4/3
77   Marcus Gilbert        OT     6-6   330   02/15/88   23     R   Florida                     Fort Lauderdale, FL       D2 '11                   4/4
78   Max Starks            OT     6-8   345   01/10/82   29     8   Florida                     Orlando, FL               D3 '04                   1/1
79   Trai Essex            OG     6-5   324   12/05/82   28     7   Northwestern                Fort Wayne, IN            D3 '05                   4/1
SPECIALISTS (3)
6    Shaun Suisham         K      6-0   200 12/29/81     29     7   Bowling Green               Wallaceburg, Ontario      FA '10                   5/0
9    Daniel Sepulveda      P      6-3   230 01/12/84     27     5   Baylor                      Austin, TX                D4a '07                  5/0
60   Greg Warren           LS     6-3   252 10/18/81     29     7   North Carolina              Goldsboro, NC             FA '05                   5/0

                                                          DEFENSE (25)
DEFENSIVE LINEMEN (7)
76   Chris Hoke            NT     6-2   305   04/06/76   35    10   Brigham Young               Long Beach, CA            FA '01                   5/1
90   Steve McLendon        NT     6-4   280   01/03/86   25    2    Troy                        Ozark, AL                 FA '09                   3/0
91   Aaron Smith           DE     6-5   298   04/19/76   35    13   Northern Colorado           Colorado Springs, CO      D4 '99                   4/4
96   Ziggy Hood            DE     6-3   300   02/16/87   24    3    Missouri                    Amarillo, TX              D1 '09                   5/3
95   Cameron Heyward       DE     6-5   288   05/06/89   22    R    Ohio State                  Pittsburgh, PA            D1 '11                   5/0
98   Casey Hampton         NT     6-1   325   09/03/77   34    11   Texas                       Galveston, TX             D1 '01                   4/3
99   Brett Keisel          DE     6-5   285   09/19/78   33    10   Brigham Young               Greybull, WY              D7b '02                  3/3
LINEBACKERS (8)
50   Larry Foote           LB     6-1   239   06/12/80   31    10   Michigan                    Detroit, MI               FA '10                   5/1
51   James Farrior         LB     6-2   243   01/06/75   36    15   Virginia                    Ettrick, VA               UFA '02 (NYJ)            5/5
54   Chris Carter          LB     6-1   248   04/06/89   22    R    Fresno State                Fontana, CA               D5 '11                   2/0
55   Stevenson Sylvester   LB     6-2   231   07/18/88   23    2    Utah                        Las Vegas, NV             D5c '10                  5/0
56   LaMarr Woodley        LB     6-2   265   11/03/84   26    5    Michigan                    Saginaw, MI               D2 '07                   5/5
92   James Harrison        LB     6-0   242   05/04/78   33    8    Kent State                  Akron, OH                 FA '04                   4/4
93   Jason Worilds         LB     6-2   262   03/03/88   23    2    Virginia Tech               Carteret, NJ              D2 '10                   4/0
94   Lawrence Timmons      LB     6-1   234   05/14/86   25    5    Florida State               Florence, SC              D1 '07                   5/5
DEFENSIVE BACKS (10)
20   Bryant McFadden       CB     6-0   190   11/21/81   29    7    Florida State               Hollywood, FL             T '10 (Arz)              2/1
22   William Gay           CB    5-10   190   01/01/85   26    5    Louisville                  Tallahassee, FL           D5b '07                  5/4
23   Keenan Lewis          CB     6-0   208   05/17/86   25    3    Oregon State                New Orleans, LA           D3c '09                  5/1
24   Ike Taylor            CB     6-2   195   05/05/80   31    9    LA-Lafayette                Gretna, LA                D4 '03                   5/5
25   Ryan Clark            S     5-11   205   10/12/79   32    10   LSU                         Marrero, LA               UFA '06 (Was)            5/5
26   Will Allen            S      6-1   200   06/17/82   29    9    Ohio State                  Dayton, OH                FA '10                   5/0
28   Cortez Allen          CB     6-1   196   10/29/88   22    R    The Citadel                 Ocala, FL                 D4 '11                   4/0
29   Ryan Mundy            S      6-1   209   02/11/85   26    3    West Virginia               Pittsburgh, PA            D6b '08                  5/0
31   Curtis Brown          CB     6-0   185   09/24/88   23    R    Texas                       Longview, TX              D3 '11                   4/0
43   Troy Polamalu         S     5-10   207   04/19/81   30    9    Southern California         Santa Ana, CA             D1 '03                   5/5


RESERVE/INJURED LIST
4   Byron Leftwich         QB     6-5 250 01/14/80       31     9   Marshall                    Washington, D.C.          T '10 (T.B.)             0/0
35  Baron Batch            RB    5-10 210 12/21/87       23     R   Texas Tech                  Midland, TX               D7 '11                   0/0
74  Willie Colon           OT     6-3 315 04/09/83       28     5   Hofstra                     Bronx, NY                 D4a '06                  1/1
PRACTICE SQUAD
19  Tyler Grisham          WR    5-11   180   06/11/87   24     2   Clemson                     Birmingham, AL            FA '09                   0/0
38  John Clay              RB     6-1   248   01/04/88   23     R   Wisconsin                   Racine, WI                FA '11                   0/0
41  Tristan Davis          RB    5-10   212   05/05/86   25     1   Auburn                      East Point, GA            FA '11                   0/0
45  Jamie McCoy            TE     6-3   240   07/21/87   24     1   Texas A&M                   Midland, TX               FA '11                   0/0
57  Mortty Ivy             LB     6-1   239   04/26/86   25     1   West Virginia               Monroeville, PA           FA '10                   0/0
67  Trevis Turner          OT     6-7   330   05/02/87   24     R   Abilene Christian           DeSoto, TX                FA '11                   0/0
71  Chris Scott            OT     6-4   319   08/04/87   24     2   Tennessee                   Riverdale, GA             FA '11                   2/0
95  Corbin Bryant          DE     6-4   300   01/04/88   23     R   Northwestern                Chicago, IL               FA '11                   0/0

                                                Experience Includes 2011 Season
                                              Number of Players on Active Roster: 53
     Head Coach:           Mike Tomlin
     Assistant Coaches:    John Mitchell (asst head coach/defensive line); Dick LeBeau (defensive coordinator); Bruce Arians (offensive
                           coordinator); Randy Fichtner (quarterbacks); Keith Butler (linebackers); James Daniel (tight ends); Al Everest
                           (special teams); Harold Goodwin (offensive asst); Scottie Montgomery (wide receivers); Carnell Lake (defensive
                           backs); Amos Jones (asst special teams); Sean Kugler (offensive line); Jerry Olsavsky (defensive asst); Kirby
                           Wilson (running backs); Garrett Giemont (strength and conditioning); Marcel Pastoor (asst strength and
                           conditioning).
                             PITTSBURGH STEELERS 2011 ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE
NO NAME                        POS    HT WT        DOB       AGE EXP COLLEGE                      BIRTHPLACE                  HOW ACQ           2011 GP/GS
15th YEAR (1)
51    Farrior, James           LB     6-2 243 01/06/75       36   15   Virginia                   Ettrick, VA                 UFA '02 (NYJ)            5/5
14th YEAR (2)
16    Batch, Charlie           QB     6-2 216 12/05/74       36   14   Eastern Michigan           Homestead, PA               FA '02                   1/0
86    Ward, Hines              WR     6-0 205 03/08/76       35   14   Georgia                    Forest Park, GA             D3b '98                  5/5
13th YEAR (1)
91    Smith, Aaron             DE     6-5 298 04/19/76       35   13   Northern Colorado          Colorado Springs, CO        D4 '99                   4/4
11th YEAR (1)
98    Hampton, Casey           NT     6-1 325 09/03/77       34   11   Texas                      Galveston, TX               D1 '01                   4/3
10th YEAR (4)
25    Clark, Ryan              S     5-11   205   10/12/79   32   10   LSU                        Marrero, LA                 UFA '06 (Was)            5/5
50    Foote, Larry             LB    6-1    239   06/12/80   31   10   Michigan                   Detroit, MI                 FA '10                   5/1
76    Hoke, Chris              NT    6-2    305   04/06/76   35   10   Brigham Young              Long Beach, CA              FA '01                   5/1
99    Keisel, Brett            DE    6-5    285   09/19/78   33   10   Brigham Young              Greybull, WY                D7b '02                  3/3
9th YEAR (3)
81    Battle, Arnaz            WR    6-1 208 02/22/80        31   9    Notre Dame                 Dallas, TX                  FA '10                   5/0
43    Polamalu, Troy           S     5-10 207 04/19/81       30   9    Southern California        Santa Ana, CA               D1 '03                   5/5
24    Taylor, Ike              CB    6-2 195 05/05/80        31   9    LA-Lafayette               Gretna, LA                  D4 '03                   5/5
8th YEAR (6)
26    Allen, Will              S     6-1    200   06/17/82   29   8    Ohio State                 Dayton, OH                  FA '10                   5/0
89    Cotchery, Jerricho       WR    6-1    200   06/16/82   29   8    North Carolina State       Birmingham, AL              FA '11                   2/0
92    Harrison, James          LB    6-0    242   05/04/78   33   8    Kent State                 Akron, OH                   FA '04                   5/5
21    Moore, Mewelde           RB    5-11   209   07/24/82   29   8    Tulane                     Hammond, LA                 UFA '08 (Min)            4/0
7     Roethlisberger, Ben      QB    6-5    241   03/02/82   29   8    Miami (OH)                 Cory Rawson, OH             D1 '04                   5/5
78    Starks, Max              OT    6-8    345   01/10/82   29   8    Florida                    Orlando, FL                 D3 '04                   1/1
7th YEAR (6)
79    Essex, Trai              OG     6-5   324   12/05/82   28   7    Northwestern               Fort Wayne, IN              D3 '05                   4/1
68    Kemoeatu, Chris          OG     6-3   344   01/04/83   28   7    Utah                       Kahuku, HI                  D6 '05                   3/3
20    McFadden, Bryant         CB     6-0   190   11/21/81   29   7    Florida State              Hollywood, FL               T '10 (Arz)              2/1
83    Miller, Heath            TE     6-5   256   10/22/82   28   7    Virginia                   Swords Creek, VA            D1 '05                   5/5
6     Suisham, Shaun           K      6-0   200   12/29/81   29   7    Bowling Green              Wallaceburg, Ontario        FA '10                   5/0
60    Warren, Greg             LS     6-3   252   10/18/81   29   7    North Carolina             Goldsboro, NC               FA '05                   5/0
6th YEAR (1)
72    Scott, Jonathan          OT     6-6 318 01/10/83       28   6    Texas                      Dallas, TX                  FA '10                   4/3
5th YEAR (4)
22    Gay, William             CB    5-10   190   01/01/85   26   5    Louisville                 Tallahassee, FL             D5b '07                  5/4
9     Sepulveda, Daniel        P     6-3    230   01/12/84   27   5    Baylor                     Austin, TX                  D4a '07                  5/0
94    Timmons, Lawrence        LB    6-1    234   05/14/86   25   5    Florida State              Florence, SC                D1 '07                   5/5
56    Woodley, LaMarr          LB    6-2    265   11/03/84   26   5    Michigan                   Saginaw, MI                 D2 '07                   5/5
4th YEAR (2)
10    Dixon, Dennis            QB    6-3 209 01/11/85        26   4    Oregon                     San Leandro, CA             D5 '08                   0/0
34    Mendenhall, Rashard      RB    5-10 225 06/19/87       24   4    Illinois                   Skokie, IL                  D1 '08                   4/4
3rd YEAR (8)
73    Foster, Ramon            OG     6-6   325   01/07/86   25   3    Tennessee                  Henning, TN                 FA '09                   4/3
96    Hood, Ziggy              DE     6-3   300   02/16/87   24   3    Missouri                   Amarillo, TX                D1 '09                   5/3
85    Johnson, David           TE     6-2   260   08/26/87   24   3    Arkansas State             Pine Bluff, AR              D7b '09                  5/5
64    Legursky, Doug           C/G    6-1   315   06/09/86   25   3    Marshall                   Frankfurt, Germany          FA '08                   4/4
23    Lewis, Keenan            CB     6-0   208   05/17/86   25   3    Oregon State               New Orleans, LA             D3c '09                  5/1
69    Meredith, Jamon          OT     6-5   304   05/11/86   25   3    South Carolina             Simpsonville, SC            FA '11                   0/0
29    Mundy, Ryan              S      6-1   209   02/11/85   26   3    West Virginia              Pittsburgh, PA              D6b '08                  5/0
17    Wallace, Mike            WR     6-0   199   08/01/86   25   3    Mississippi                New Orleans, LA             D3b '09                  5/5
2nd YEAR (8)
84    Brown, Antonio           WR    5-10   186   07/10/88   23   2    Central Michigan           Miami, FL                   D6b '10                  5/0
27    Dwyer, Jonathan          RB    5-11   229   07/26/89   22   2    Georgia Tech               Marietta, GA                D6a '10                  1/0
90    McLendon, Steve          NT    6-4    280   01/03/86   25   2    Troy                       Ozark, AL                   FA '09                   3/0
53    Pouncey, Maurkice        C     6-4    304   07/24/89   22   2    Florida                    Lakeland, FL                D1 '10                   5/5
33    Redman, Isaac            RB    6-0    230   11/10/84   26   2    Bowie State                Paulsboro, NJ               FA '09                   5/1
88    Sanders, Emmanuel        WR    5-11   180   03/17/87   24   2    SMU                        Bellville, TX               D3 '10                   5/0
55    Sylvester, Stevenson     LB    6-2    231   07/18/88   23   2    Utah                       Las Vegas, NV               D5c '10                  5/0
93    Worilds, Jason           LB    6-2    262   03/03/88   23   2    Virginia Tech              Carteret, NJ                D2 '10                   4/0
ROOKIES (6)
28    Allen, Cortez            CB     6-1   196   10/29/88   22   R    The Citadel                Ocala, FL                   D4 '11                   4/0
31    Brown, Curtis            CB     6-0   185   09/24/88   23   R    Texas                      Longview, TX                D3 '11                   4/0
54    Carter, Chris            LB     6-1   248   04/06/89   22   R    Fresno State               Fontana, CA                 D5 '11                   2/0
77    Gilbert, Marcus          OT     6-6   330   02/15/88   23   R    Florida                    Fort Lauderdale, FL         D2 '11                   4/4
97    Heyward, Cameron         DE     6-5   288   05/06/89   22   R    Ohio State                 Pittsburgh, PA              D1 '11                   5/0
82    Saunders, Weslye         TE     6-5   270   01/16/89   22   R    South Carolina             Durham, NC                  FA '11                   5/0
RESERVE/INJURED LIST
35   Batch, Baron              RB    5-10 210 12/21/87       23   R    Texas Tech                 Midland, TX                 D7 '11                   0/0
74   Colon, Willie             OT    6-3 315 04/09/83        28   5    Hofstra                    Bronx, NY                   D4a '06                  1/1
4    Leftwich, Byron           QB    6-5 250 01/14/80        31   9    Marshall                   Washington, D.C.            T '10 (T.B.)             0/0
PRACTICE SQUAD
95   Bryant, Corbin            DE    6-4    300   01/04/88   23   R    Northwestern               Chicago, IL                 FA '11                   0/0
38   Clay, John                RB    6-1    248   01/04/88   23   R    Wisconsin                  Racine, WI                  FA '11                   0/0
41   Davis, Tristan            RB    5-10   212   05/05/86   25   1    Auburn                     East Point, GA              FA '11                   0/0
19   Grisham, Tyler            WR    5-11   180   06/11/87   24   2    Clemson                    Birmingham, AL              FA '09                   0/0
57   Ivy, Mortty               LB    6-1    239   04/26/86   25   1    West Virginia              Monroeville, PA             FA '10                   0/0
45   McCoy, Jamie              TE    6-3    240   07/21/87   24   1    Texas A&M                  Midland, TX                 FA '11                   0/0
71   Scott, Chris              OT    6-4    319   08/04/87   24   2    Tennessee                  Riverdale, GA               FA '11                   2/0
67   Turner, Trevis            OT    6-7    330   05/02/87   24   R    Abilene Christian          DeSoto, TX                  FA '11                   0/0

                                                     Experience Includes 2011 Season
                                                  Number of Players on Active Roster: 53
     Head Coach:               Mike Tomlin
     Assistant Coaches:        John Mitchell (asst head coach/defensive line); Dick LeBeau (defensive coordinator); Bruce Arians (offensive
                               coordinator); Randy Fichtner (quarterbacks); Keith Butler (linebackers); James Daniel (tight ends); Al Everest
                               (special teams); Harold Goodwin (offensive asst); Scottie Montgomery (wide receivers); Carnell Lake (defensive
                               backs); Amos Jones (asst special teams); Sean Kugler (offensive line); Jerry Olsavsky (defensive asst); Kirby
                               Wilson (running backs); Garrett Giemont (strength and conditioning); Marcel Pastoor (asst strength and
                               conditioning).
                                                    2011 ROSTER MOVES
Date   Pos.    Name                 Transaction               Date   Pos.    Name                    Transaction
1/11   LB      Baraka Atkins         Signed Contract          8/4    LS      Derek Chard             Released
1/11   LB      Mortty Ivy            Signed Contract          8/4    LB      Erik Clanton            Released
1/11   RB      James Johnson         Signed Contract          8/4    P       Aaron Bates             Released
1/11   OG      Nevin McCaskill       Signed Contract          8/4    QB      Chris Dieker            Released
1/11   TE/FB   Jamie McCoy           Signed Contract          8/4    OG      Dorian Brooks           Released
1/11   CB      Donovan Warren        Signed Contract          8/4    OT      Joshua Harrison         Released
2/14   LB      Chris McCoy           Signed Contract          8/4    OG      John Malecki            Signed Contract
2/14   K       Swayze Waters         Signed Contract          8/5    LB      LaMarr Woodley          Signed Extension
2/14   WR      Wes Lyons             Signed Contract          8/8    DE      Ty Boyle                Released
2/17   TE      Eugene Bright         Signed Contract          8/8    DE      Jarrett Crittendon      Signed Contract
2/17   S       Damon Cromartie-Smith Signed Contract          8/8    WR      Hines Ward              Activated from PUP List
2/17   LB      Chris Ellis           Signed Contract          8/10   WR      Adam Mims               Released
2/17   WR      Tyler Grisham         Signed Contract          8/10   WR      Kenneth Moore           Signed Contract
2/17   DE      Sunny Harris          Signed Contract          8/14   DE      Sunny Harris            Waived/Injured
2/17   OT      Kyle Jolly            Signed Contract          8/14   WR      Jerricho Cotchery       Signed Contract
2/23   LB      LaMarr Woodley        Signed Contract Tender   8/14   OG      Chris Kemoeatu          Activated from PUP List
3/7    Coach   Carnell Lake          Signed Contract          8/16   WR      Limas Sweed             Released
4/28   DE      Cameron Heyward Drafted                        8/16   TE      Eugene Bright           Waived/Injured
4/29   OT      Marcus Gilbert        Drafted                  8/16   CB      Kevin Dockery           Signed Contract
4/29   CB      Curtis Brown          Drafted                  8/16   CB      Macho Harris            Signed Contract
4/30   CB      Cortez Allen          Drafted                  8/22   OG      Nevin McCaskill         Released
4/30   LB      Chris Carter          Drafted                  8/22   OG      Trai Essex              Signed Contract
4/30   OG      Keith Williams        Drafted                  8/23   LB      Lawrence Timmons        Signed Extension
4/30   RB      Baron Batch           Drafted                  8/28   RB      Baron Batch             Placed on the Reserve/Injured List
7/26   TE/FB   Vaughn Charlton       Signed Contract          8/28   TE      Miguel Chavis           Waived/Injured
7/26   RB      John Clay             Signed Contract          8/28   WR      Kenneth Moore           Released
7/26   WR      Terrence McCrae       Signed Contract          8/28   CB      Kevin Dockery           Released
7/26   WR      Armand Robinson Signed Contract                8/28   TE/FB   Vaughn Charlton         Released
7/26   WR      Adam Mims             Signed Contract          8/28   WR      Eric Greenwood          Released
7/26   TE      Weslye Saunders       Signed Contract          8/30   WR      Terrence McCrae         Released
7/26   C       Colin Miller          Signed Contract          8/30   DT      Anthony Gray            Released
7/26   OT      Trevis Turner         Signed Contract          8/30   CB      Niles Brinkley          Released
7/26   S       Brett Greenwood       Signed Contract          8/30   LB      Chris Ellis             Released
7/26   CB      Niles Brinkley        Signed Contract          9/2    QB      Byron Leftwich          Placed on the Reserve/Injured List
7/26   LB      Erik Clanton          Signed Contract          9/2    LB      Baraka Atkins           Released
7/26   LB      Mario Harvey          Signed Contract          9/2    LB      Mario Harvey            Released
7/26   DE      Miguel Chavis         Signed Contract          9/2    LB      Mortty Ivy              Released
7/26   DT      Anthony Gray          Signed Contract          9/2    LB      Chris McCoy             Released
7/26   WR      Eric Greenwood        Signed Contract          9/2    DE      Corbin Bryant           Released
7/26   LS      Derek Chard           Signed Contract          9/2    S       Damon Cromartie-Smith   Released
7/26   OT      Joshua Harrison       Signed Contract          9/2    S       Brett Greenwood         Released
7/26   DE      Ty Boyle              Signed Contract          9/2    CB      Macho Harris            Released
7/27   P       Aaron Bates           Signed Contract          9/2    CB      Donovan Warren          Released
7/27   QB      Chris Dieker          Signed Contract          9/2    RB      John Clay               Released
7/29   WR      Antwaan Randle El Released                     9/2    RB      James Johnson           Released
7/29   OT      Max Starks            Released                 9/2    C       Colin Miller            Released
7/29   OT      Flozell Adams         Released                 9/2    OT      Kyle Jolly              Released
7/29   DE      Cameron Heyward Signed Contract                9/2    OG      John Malecki            Released
7/29   OT      Marcus Gilbert        Signed Contract          9/2    OT      Trevis Turner           Released
7/29   CB      Cortez Allen          Signed Contract          9/2    OG      Keith Williams          Released
7/29   LB      Chris Carter          Signed Contract          9/2    WR      Tyler Grisham           Released
7/29   OG      Keith Williams        Signed Contract          9/2    WR      Wes Lyons               Released
7/29   RB      Baron Batch           Signed Contract          9/2    WR      Armand Robinson         Released
7/29   CB      Ike Taylor            Signed Contract          9/2    TE      Jamie McCoy             Released
7/29   K       Shaun Suisham         Signed Contract          9/2    K       Swayze Waters           Released
7/29   OT      Jonathan Scott        Signed Contract          9/3    DE      Jarrett Crittenton      Released
7/29   OT      Willie Colon          Signed Contract          9/3    P       Jeremy Kapinos          Released
7/29   OT      Tony Hills            Signed Contract          9/3    TE      John Gilmore            Released
7/29   WR      Hines Ward            Active/PUP List          9/3    OT/OG   Tony Hills              Released
7/29   OG      Chris Kemoeatu        Active/PUP List          9/3    CB      Crezdon Butler          Released
7/29   TE      Eugene Bright         Active/PUP List          9/4    DE      Corbin Bryant           Signed to Practice Squad
7/30   CB      Curtis Brown          Signed Contract          9/4    RB      John Clay               Signed to Practice Squad
7/30   DE      Corbin Bryant         Signed Contract          9/4    S       Damon Cromartie-Smith   Signed to Practice Squad
8/4    P       Daniel Sepulveda      Signed Contract          9/4    WR      Tyler Grisham           Signed to Practice Squad
8/4    CB      William Gay           Signed Contract          9/4    LB      Mortty Ivy              Signed to Practice Squad
8/4    RB      Mewelde Moore         Signed Contract          9/4    OG      John Malecki            Signed to Practice Squad
8/4    DT      Chris Hoke            Signed Contract          9/4    TE      Jamie McCoy             Signed to Practice Squad
8/4    QB      Dennis Dixon          Signed Contract          9/4    OT      Trevis Turner           Signed to Practice Squad
8/4    LS      Greg Warren           Signed Contract          9/10   S       Troy Polamalu           Signed Extension
8/4    TE      John Gilmore          Signed Contract          9/12   TE      Jamie McCoy             Released from Practice Squad
                                                     2011 ROSTER MOVES
9/12   TE   Dorin Dickerson         Signed to Practice Squad
9/13   OT   Willie Colon            Placed on the Reserve/Injured List
9/13   OT   Jamon Meredith          Signed to Active Roster
9/15   TE   Dorin Dickerson         Placed on Practice Squad/Injured List
9/15   TE   Jamie McCoy             Signed to Practice Squad
10/5   OT   Chris Scott             Released
10/5   OT   Max Starks              Signed Contract
10/5   S    Damon Cromartie-Smith   Released
10/5   RB   Tristan Davis           Signed to Practice Squad
10/6   OG   John Malecki            Released from Practice Squad
10/6   OT   Chris Scott             Signed to Practice Squad
                                    HOW THE 2011 STEELERS WERE BUILT

Year-Record (Finish)                Draft Choices (32)                  Free Agents (17)
                                                                        Unrestricted Free Agents (3)
                                                                        Trade (1)
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1998: 7-9 (3rd AFC Central)    WR   Hines Ward               (#3b)
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1999: 6-10 (4th AFC Central)   DE   Aaron Smith              (#4)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________                 ___
2001: 13-3 (1st AFC Central)  DT    Casey Hampton            (#1)        DT    Chris Hoke                FA
_____________________________________________________________________________________________     ____           __
2002: 11-5-1 (1st AFC North)  DE    Brett Keisel             (#7b)       QB    Charlie Batch             FA
                                                                         LB    James Farrior             UFA (NYJ)

2003: 6-10 (3rd AFC North)     S    Troy Polamalu           (#1)
                               CB   Ike Taylor              (#4)

2004: 15-1 (1st AFC North)     QB   Ben Roethlisberger      (#1)        LB    James Harrison             FA
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2005: 11-5 (2nd AFC North)     TE   Heath Miller            (#1)        LS    Greg Warren                FA
                               OG   Trai Essex              (#3)
                               OG   Chris Kemoeatu          (#6)
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2006: 8-8 (T-2nd AFC North)                                             S     Ryan Clark                 UFA (Was)
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2007: 10-6 (1st AFC North)    LB    Lawrence Timmons         (#1)
                              LB    LaMarr Woodley           (#2)
                              P     Daniel Sepulveda         (#4a)
                              CB    William Gay              (#5b)
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2008: 12-4 (1st AFC North)    RB    Rashard Mendenhall       (#1)        RB    Mewelde Moore         UFA (Min)
                              QB    Dennis Dixon             (#5)        C     Doug Legursky         FA
                              S     Ryan Mundy               (#6b)
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2009: 9-7 (3rd AFC North)      DE   Ziggy Hood              (#1)        RB    Isaac Redman               FA
                               CB   Keenan Lewis            (#3b)       OT    Ramon Foster               FA
                               WR   Mike Wallace            (#3c)       DT    Steve McLendon             FA
                               TE   David Johnson           (#7b)
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2010: 12-4 (T-1st AFC North)   C    Maurkice Pouncey        (#1)        OT    Jonathan Scott             FA
                               LB   Jason Worilds           (#2)        S     Will Allen                 FA
                               WR   Emmanuel Sanders        (#3)        WR    Arnaz Battle               FA
                               LB   Stevenson Sylvester     (#5c)       K     Shaun Suisham              FA
                               RB   Jonathan Dwyer          (#6a)       CB    Bryant McFadden            T (Arz)
                               WR   Antonio Brown           (#6b)       LB    Larry Foote                FA
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2011: 3-2 (T-2nd AFC North)    DE   Cameron Heyward         (#1)        TE    Weslye Saunders            FA
                               OT   Marcus Gilbert          (#2)        WR    Jerricho Cotchery          FA
                               CB   Curtis Brown            (#3)        OT    Jamon Meredith             FA
                               CB   Cortez Allen            (#4)        OT    Max Starks                 FA
                               LB   Chris Carter            (#5)
                                               2011 STARTING LINEUPS

                                                               OFFENSE

Opponent
                           WR        LT       LG         C         RG         RT        TE       WR           QB               RB           FB

Preseason

at Washington (8/12)       Wallace   J. Scott C. Scott   Pouncey   Legursky   Colon     Miller   Gilmore (TE) Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

PHILADELPHIA (8/18)        Wallace   J. Scott Foster     Pouncey   Hills      Colon     Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

ATLANTA (8/27)             Wallace   Gilbert Kemoeatu Pouncey      Hills      Colon     Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

at Carolina (9/1)          Wallace   J. Scott Kemoeatu Legursky    Essex      Colon     Johnson Sanders       Batch            Redman       Brown (WR)

Opponent
                           WR        LT       LG         C         RG         RT        TE       WR           QB               RB           FB

Regular Season

at Baltimore (9/11)        Wallace   J. Scott Kemoeatu Pouncey     Legursky   Colon     Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

SEATTLE (9/18)             Wallace   J. Scott Foster     Pouncey   Legursky   Gilbert   Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

at Indianapolis (9/25)     Wallace   J. Scott Kemoeatu Pouncey     Legursky   Gilbert   Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

at Houston (10/2)          Wallace   Essex    Kemoeatu Pouncey     Foster     Gilbert   Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Mendenhall   Johnson

TENNESSEE (10/9)           Wallace   Starks   Legursky   Pouncey   Foster     Gilbert   Miller   Ward         Roethlisberger   Redman       Johnson

JACKSONVILLE (10/16)

at Arizona (10/23)

NEW ENGLAND (10/30)

BALTIMORE (11/6)

at Cincinnati (11/13)

at Kansas City (11/20)

CINCINNATI (12/4)

CLEVELAND (12/8)

at San Francisco (12/19)

ST. LOUIS (12/24)

at Cleveland (1/1)
                                             2011 STARTING LINEUPS

                                                          DEFENSE

Opponent
                           LE      NT        RE       LOLB      LILB      RILB      ROLB       LCB      RCB        SS         FS

Preseason

at Washington (8/12)       Smith   Hampton   Keisel   Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Worilds    Gay      Taylor     Mundy      Clark

PHILADELPHIA (8/18)        Hood    Hampton   Keisel   Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Harrison   Lewis    Gay        Polamalu   Clark

ATLANTA (8/27)             Smith   Hampton   Keisel   Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Harrison   Lewis    Gay        Polamalu   Clark

at Carolina (9/1)          Hood    Hoke      Keisel   Woodley   Foote     Timmons   Worilds    Lewis    Gay        Mundy      Clark

Opponent
                           LE      NT        RE       LOLB      LILB      RILB      ROLB       RCB      LCB        SS         FS

Regular Season

at Baltimore (9/11)        Smith   Hampton   Keisel   Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Harrison   Taylor   McFadden   Polamalu   Clark

SEATTLE (9/18)             Smith   Hampton   Keisel   Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Harrison   Taylor   Gay        Polamalu   Clark

at Indianapolis (9/25)     Smith   Lewis (CB) Hood    Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Harrison   Taylor   Gay        Polamalu   Clark

at Houston (10/2)          Smith   Hampton   Hood     Woodley   Farrior   Timmons   Harrison   Taylor   Gay        Polamalu   Clark

TENNESSEE (10/9)           Hood    Hoke      Keisel   Woodley   Farrior   Foote     Timmons    Taylor   Gay        Polamalu   Clark

JACKSONVILLE (10/16)

at Arizona (10/23)

NEW ENGLAND (10/30)

BALTIMORE (11/6)

at Cincinnati (11/13)

at Kansas City (11/20)

CINCINNATI (12/4)

CLEVELAND (12/8)

at San Francisco (12/19)

ST. LOUIS (12/24)

at Cleveland (1/1)
                                                  2011 PLAYER PARTICIPATION
Games                       1 2 3 4 5             6 7 8         9 10 11 12        13 14 15 16
                            Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct   Oct Oct Oct   Nov Nov Nov Dec   Dec Dec Dec Jan
                            11 18 25 2 9          16 23 30      6 13 27 4         8 19 24 1
                            @       @ @               @             @ @               @       @                          2011 Injury     2011
                            BAL SEA IND HOU TEN   JAX ARZ NE    BAL CIN KC CIN    CLE SF STL CLE    Career    Consec.       Games      Games/
                                                                                                      G-S        G-S        Missed      Starts


Names
Allen, Cortez               P P P P SI                                                                  4/0        0/0            1        4/0
Allen, Will                 P P P P P                                                                103/26       110             0         50
Batch, Baron                IR IR IR IR IR                                                              0/0        0/0            5        0/0
Batch, Charlie              DNPP DNP DNP DNP                                                          76/52        0/0            0        1/0
Battle, Arnaz               P P P P P                                                                108/38        6/0            0        5/0
Brown, Antonio              P P P P P                                                                  14/0      10/0             0        5/0
Brown, Curtis               SI P P P P                                                                  4/0        4/0            0        4/0
Bryant, Corbin              PS PS PS PS PS                                                              0/0        0/0            0        0/0
Carter, Chris               SI SI P SI P                                                                2/0        2/0            3        2/0
Clark, Ryan                 FS FS FS FS FS                                                           119/95     29/29             0        5/5
Clay, John                  PS PS PS PS PS                                                              0/0        0/0            0        0/0
Colon, Willie               RT IR IR IR IR                                                            51/51        0/0            4        1/1
Cotchery, Jerricho          SI SI SI P P                                                             105/65        2/0            2        2/0
Davis, Tristan              — — — — PS                                                                  0/0        0/0            0        0/0
Dixon, Dennis               SI SI SI SI DNP                                                             4/3        0/0            0        0/0
Dwyer, Jonathan             SI SI SI SI P                                                               2/0        1/0            0        1/0
Essex, Trai                 DNP P P LT P                                                              64/26        4/0            0        4/1
Farrior, James              ILB ILB ILB ILB ILB                                                     221/187     91/91             0        5/5
Foote, Larry                P P P P ILB                                                              145/99      21/1             0        5/1
Foster, Ramon               SI LG P RG RG                                                             30/15        4/2            0        4/3
Gay, William                P LCB LCB LCB LCB                                                         69/23      69/4             0        5/4
Gilbert, Marcus             DNP RT RT RT RT                                                             4/4        4/4            0        4/4
Grisham, Tyler              PS PS PS PS PS                                                              4/0        0/0            0        0/0
Hampton, Casey              NT NT P NT SI                                                           148/137        0/0            1        4/3
Harrison, James             OLB OLB OLB OLB SI                                                       111/75        0/0            1        4/4
Heyward, Cameron            P P P P P                                                                   5/0        5/0            0        5/0
Hoke, Chris                 P P P P NT                                                               113/17      17/1             0        5/1
Hood, Ziggy                 P P DE DE DE                                                              37/13      37/3             0        5/3
Ivy, Mortty                 PS PS PS PS PS                                                              0/0        0/0            0        0/0
Johnson, David              FB FB FB FB FB                                                            36/13     32/10             0        5/5
Keisel, Brett               DE DE SI SI DE                                                           105/71        1/1            2        3/3
Kemoeatu, Chris             LG SI LG LG SI                                                            64/48        0/0            2        3/3
Leftwich, Byron             IR IR IR IR IR                                                            58/49        0/0            5        0/0
Legursky, Doug              RG RG RG SI LG                                                             29/8        1/1            1        4/4
Lewis, Keenan               P P CB P P                                                                 18/1        7/0            0        5/1
McCoy, Jamie                PS PS PS PS PS                                                              0/0        0/0            0        0/0
McFadden, Bryant            LCB SI SI SI P                                                            85/51        1/0            1        2/1
McLendon, Steve             DNP P DNP P P                                                              10/0        2/0            0        3/0
Mendenhall, Rashard         RB RB RB RB DNP                                                           40/33        0/0            0        4/4

Bold denotes starter and position

P          —       Played
DNP        —       Did not play
IR         —       Injured reserve
SI         —       Sunday inactive
PUP        —       Physically unable to perform
PS         —       Practice squad
                                                  2011 PLAYER PARTICIPATION
Games                       1 2 3 4 5             6 7 8         9 10 11 12        13 14 15 16
                            Sep Sep Sep Oct Oct   Oct Oct Oct   Nov Nov Nov Dec   Dec Dec Dec Jan
                            11 18 25 2 9          16 23 30      6 13 27 4         8 19 24 1
                            @       @ @               @             @ @               @       @                         2011 Injury     2011
                            BAL SEA IND HOU TEN   JAX ARZ NE    BAL CIN KC CIN    CLE SF STL CLE    Career    Consec.       Games     Games/
                                                                                                       G-S        G-S      Missed      Starts


Names
Meredith, Jamon             — SI SI DNP DNP                                                            13/4       0/0            0        0/0
Miller, Heath               TE TE TE TE TE                                                            97/96       7/7            0        5/5
Moore, Mewelde              P P P P SI                                                               105/15       0/0            1        4/0
Mundy, Ryan                 P P P P P                                                                  37/2      37/0            0        5/0
Polamalu, Troy              SS SS SS SS SS                                                           112/96       6/6            0        5/5
Pouncey, Maurkice           C C C C C                                                                 21/21     21/21            0        5/5
Redman, Isaac               P P P P RB                                                                 21/1      21/1            0        5/1
Roethlisberger, Ben         QB QB QB QB QB                                                          104/103     17/17            0        5/5
Sanders, Emmanuel           P P P P P                                                                  18/1      17/0            0        5/0
Saunders, Weslye            P P P P P                                                                   5/0       5/0            0        5/0
Scott, Chris                SI P SI P PS                                                                2/0       0/0            0        2/0
Scott, Jonathan             LT LT LT SI P                                                             50/26       1/0            1        4/3
Sepulveda, Daniel           P P P P P                                                                  49/0       5/0            0        5/0
Smith, Aaron                DE DE DE DE SI                                                          160/152       0/0            1        4/4
Starks, Max                 — — — — LT                                                                96/69       1/1            0        1/1
Suisham, Shaun              P P P P P                                                                  69/0      12/0            0        5/0
Sylvester, Stevenson        P P P P P                                                                  21/0      21/0            0        5/0
Taylor, Ike                 RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB                                                      130/96    112/54            0        5/5
Timmons, Lawrence           ILB ILB ILB ILB OLB                                                       67/35     60/10            0        5/5
Turner, Trevis              PS PS PS PS PS                                                              0/0       0/0            0        0/0
Wallace, Mike               WR WR WR WR WR                                                            37/25     37/23            0        5/5
Ward, Hines                 WR WR WR WR WR                                                          207/186      53/5            0        5/5
Warren, Greg                P P P P P                                                                  90/0      21/0            0        5/0
Woodley, LaMarr             OLB OLB OLB OLB OLB                                                       65/52     55/43            0        5/5
Worilds, Jason              P P P P SI                                                                 18/0       0/0            1        4/0
Bold denotes starter and position

P          —       Played
DNP        —       Did not play
IR         —       Injured reserve
SI         —       Sunday inactive
PUP        —       Physically unable to perform
PS         —       Practice squad
                                      2011 INDIVIDUAL HIGHS
            OPPONENTS                                                       STEELERS
                                              RUSHING
at Hou (10/2)    Arian Foster       30         Rushes         19    Rashard Mendenhall   vs. Sea (9/18)
at Hou (10/2)    Arian Foster      155          Yards        107    Jonathan Dwyer       vs. Ten (10/9)
at Hou (10/2)    Arian Foster      42t          Long          76    Jonathan Dwyer       vs. Ten (10/9)
at Bal (9/11)    Ray Rice            1           TDs           1    Rashard Mendenhall   vs. Sea (9/18)
at Ind (9/25)    Joseph Addai        1                         1    Isaac Redman         vs. Sea (9/18)
at Hou (10/2)    Arian Foster        1                         1    Rashard Mendenhall   at Hou (10/2)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Chris Johnson       1

                                             RECEIVING
at Ind (9/25)    Pierre Garcon       6       Receptions        8    Mike Wallace         at Bal (9/11)
                                                               8    Mike Wallace         vs. Sea (9/18)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Damian Williams     6
at Ind (9/25)    Pierre Garcon      82          Yards        144    Mike Wallace         at Ind (9/25)
at Hou (10/2)    Owen Daniels       30          Long         81t    Mike Wallace         at Ind (9/25)
at Bal (9/11)    Anquan Boldin       1           TDs           2    Hines Ward           vs. Ten (10/9)
at Bal (9/11)    Ed Dickson          1
at Bal (9/11)    Ray Rice            1
at Hou (10/2)    Owen Daniels        1
vs. Ten (10/9)   Damian Williams     1

                                              PASSING
vs. Ten (10/9)   Matt Hasselbeck    49        Attempts        41    Ben Roethlisberger   at Bal (9/11)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Matt Hasselbeck    29       Completions      25    Ben Roethlisberger   at Ind (9/25)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Matt Hasselbeck   262         Yards         364    Ben Roethlisberger   at Ind (9/25)
at Hou (10/2)    Matt Schaub        30          Long         81t    Ben Roethlisberger   at Ind (9/25)
at Bal (9/11)    Joe Flacco          3          TDs            5    Ben Roethlisberger   vs. Ten (10/9)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Matt Hasselbeck     1          INTs           3    Ben Roethlisberger   at Bal (9/11)

                                           PUNT RETURNS
at Hou (10/2)    Jacoby Jones        3        Returns          4    Antonio Brown        vs. Sea (9/18)
                                                               4    Antonio Brown        at Ind (9/25)
at Hou (10/2)    Jacoby Jones       17          Yards         65    Antonio Brown        at Ind (9/25)
at Hou (10/2)    Jacoby Jones       13          Long          41    Antonio Brown        vs. Sea (9/18)
                 NONE                            TDs                NONE

                                          KICKOFF RETURNS
at Ind (9/25)    Joe Lefeged         3         Returns         3    Antonio Brown        at Bal (9/11)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Marc Mariani        3
vs. Ten (10/9)   Marc Mariani       93          Yards        103    Antonio Brown        at Bal (9/11)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Marc Mariani       42          Long          52    Antonio Brown        vs. Ten (10/9)
                 NONE                            TDs                NONE

                                               PUNTS
vs. Sea (9/18)   Jon Ryan            8          Punts           4   Daniel Sepulveda     at Bal (9/11)
                                                                4   Daniel Sepulveda     at Hou (10/2)
vs. Sea (9/18)   Jon Ryan           385         Yards         211   Daniel Sepulveda     at Bal (9/11)
vs. Sea (9/18)   Jon Ryan          48.1         Avg.         58.3   Daniel Sepulveda     vs. Sea (9/18)
vs. Ten (10/9)   Brett Kern        42.3          Net         47.8   Daniel Sepulveda     at Bal (9/11)
at Bal (9/11)    Sam Koch            62         Long           66   Daniel Sepulveda     vs. Sea (9/18)
vs. Sea (9/18)   Jon Ryan             3         In 20           2   Daniel Sepulveda     at Bal (9/11)
at Ind (9/25)    Pat McAfee           3
at Hou (10/2)    Brett Hartmann       3
at Bal (9/11)    Sam Koch             1      Touchbacks        2    Daniel Sepulveda     vs. Sea (9/18)

                                           INTERCEPTIONS
at Bal (9/11)    Ed Reed             2       Interceptions     1    LaMarr Woodley       vs. Ten (10/9)
at Bal (9/11)    Ed Reed            16        Long Return      1    LaMarr Woodley       vs. Ten (10/9)
                 NONE                             TDs               NONE

                                              TACKLES
at Ind (9/25)    Pat Angerer        20          Total          13   James Farrior        at Ten (10/9)
at Ind (9/25)    Pat Angerer        11          Solo           12   James Farrior        at Ten (10/9)
at Ind (9/25)    Pat Angerer         9         Assisted         3   Ryan Clark           at Bal (9/11)
                                                                3   LaMarr Woodley       vs. Sea (9/18)
                                                                3   Ryan Clark           at Ind (9/25)
                                                                3   Troy Polamalu        at Ind (9/25)
at Bal (9/11)    Terrell Suggs       3         Sacks          1.5   LaMarr Woodley       vs. Ten (10/9)
                                           2011 DRIVE ENGINEERING

                                                       Steelers

                                                REGULAR SEASON
                      No.           Missed Blkd     Blkd                                     Scoring       1st
     STEELERS      Drives   TD   FG    FG   FG Punt Punt Downs Fum. Int. Safety Time   Pts     Effic.    Drive
Sept. 11 at Bal        13    1    0     0     0   4    0     1    4 3         0    0     7       7.7      Punt
Sept. 18 vs. Sea       10    3    1     1     0   3    0     1    0 0         0    1    24      40.0    Downs
Sept. 25 at Ind        12    1    3     1     0   3    0     0    2 1         0    1    16      33.3       FG
Oct. 2 at Hou           9    1    1     0     1   4    0     1    0 1         0    0    10      22.2      Punt
Oct. 9 vs. Ten          9    5    1     0     0   1    1     0    0 1         0    0    38      66.7       TD
Oct. 16 vs. Jax
Oct. 23 at Ari
Oct. 30 vs. NE
Nov. 6 vs. Bal
Nov. 13 at Cin
Nov. 27 at KC
Dec. 4 vs. Cin
Dec. 8 vs. Cle
Dec. 19 at SF
Dec. 24 vs. STL
Jan. 1 at Cle
     TOTAL            53    11    6    2    1    15    1      3    6   6     0     2   95       32.1



                                                      Opponents

                                                REGULAR SEASON
                      No.           Missed Blkd     Blkd                                     Scoring       1st
     OPPONENTS     Drives   TD   FG    FG   FG Punt Punt Downs Fum. Int. Safety Time   Pts     Effic.    Drive
Sept. 11 at Bal        13    4    2     0     0   5    0     1    0 0         0    1    35      46.2       TD
Sept. 18 vs. Sea       10    0    0     0     0   8    0     1    0 0         0    1     0       0.0      Punt
Sept. 25 at Ind        12    1    2     0     0   7    0     0    1 0         0    1    13      25.0      Punt
Oct. 2 at Hou           9    2    1     0     0   5    0     0    0 0         0    1    17      33.3       TD
Oct. 9 vs. Ten         11    2    1     0     0   4    0     1    0 1         0    2    17      27.2       FG
Oct. 16 vs. Jax
Oct. 23 at Ari
Oct. 30 vs. NE
Nov. 6 vs. Bal
Nov. 13 at Cin
Nov. 27 at KC
Dec. 4 vs. Cin
Dec. 8 vs. Cle
Dec. 19 at SF
Dec. 24 vs. STL
Jan. 1 at Cle
     TOTAL            55     9    6    0    0    29    0      3    1   1     0     6   82       27.2
                                         2011 STEELERS SCORING DRIVES
                                                        REGULAR SEASON

                                                                                        Drive     Score           Time
Opponent       Obtained       Scoring Play                              Plays   Yards   Time    Pit-Opp   Qtr   Remain
Baltimore      Kickoff        Sanders 11 yd. pass from Roethlisberger      10      68    6:26      7-14     2     10:23
Seattle        Punt           Mendenhall 1 yd. run                          9      60    4:51       7-0     1      3:28
Seattle        Punt           Redman 20 yd. run                             6      53    2:40      14-0     2     12:41
Seattle        Punt           Suisham 20 yd. FG                            14      81    7:43      21-0     2      1:52
Seattle        Punt           Wallace 2 yd. pass from Roethlisberger        9      71    5:47      24-0     3      3:30
Indianapolis   Kickoff        Suisham 48 yd. FG                             7      50    2:17       3-0     1     12:43
Indianapolis   Punt           Wallace 81 yd. pass from Roethlisberger       2      86    0:53      10-0     1      3:29
Indianapolis   Punt           Suisham 44 yd. FG                            10      50    5:40     13-13     4     12:10
Indianapolis   –––            Polamalu 16 yd. fumble return                 –       –    0:08     20-13     4      5:13
Indianapolis   Kickoff        Suisham 38 yd. FG                            10      60    2:05     23-20     4      0:04
Houston        Kickoff        Mendenhall 3 yd. Run                         13      74    7:58      7-10     3      7:02
Houston        Punt           Suisham 26 yd. FG                             9      55    5:27     10-10     4     14:57
Tennessee      Kickoff        Miller 8 yd. pass from Roethlisberger        10      50    5:17       7-3     1      3:00
Tennessee      Punt           Ward 7 yd. pass from Roethlisberger           8      70    4:30      14-3     2     11:14
Tennessee      Punt           Johnson 1 yd. pass from Roethlisberger        5      90    3:10      21-3     2      6:11
Tennessee      Punt           Ward 5 yd. pass from Roethlisberger           9      71    5:41      28-3     3      4:44
Tennessee      Interception   Suisham 19 yd. FG                            11      53    6:09     31-10     4     10:45
Tennessee      Kickoff        Wallace 40 yd. pass from Roethlisberger       3      44    0:53     38-17     4      2:39


                                        2011 OPPONENTS SCORING DRIVES

                                                        REGULAR SEASON

                                                                                        Drive     Score           Time
Opponent       Obtained       Scoring Play                              Plays   Yards   Time    Pit-Opp   Qtr   Remain
Baltimore      Kickoff        Boldin 27 yd. pass from Flacco                3      66    1:32       0-7     1     13:28
Baltimore      Fumble         Rice 1 yd. run                                4      37    1:19      0-14     1      1:49
Baltimore      Punt           Rice 11 yd. pass from Flacco                 12      84    5:16      7-21     2      1:48
Baltimore      Fumble         Dickson 18 yd. pass from Flacco               1      18    0:09      7-29     3     14:39
Baltimore      Interception   Cundiff 29 yd. FG                            10      79    4:35      7-32     3      2:50
Baltimore      Fumble         Cundiff 30 yd. FG                             4      -3    2:05      7-35     4      1:56
Indianapolis   Fumble         Vinatieri 21 yd. FG                          12      47    5:44       7-3     2      6:14
Indianapolis   –––            Anderson 47 yd. fumble return                 –       –    0:15     10-10     2      1:46
Indianapolis   Interception   Vinatieri 25 yd. FG                           4       5    1:19     10-13     2      0:15
Indianapolis   Kickoff        Addai 6 yd. Run                              10      80    3:04     20-20     4      2:09
Houston        Kickoff        Daniels 1 yd. pass from Schaub               19      95   10:55       0-7     1      4:05
Houston        Punt           Rackers 25 yd. FG                            12      60    5:41      0-10     2      2:33
Houston        Kickoff        Foster 42 yd. run                             5      85    2:55     10-17     4     12:02
Tennessee      Kickoff        Bironas 29 yd. FG                            13      69    6:43       0-3     1      8:17
Tennessee      Kickoff        Johnson 1 yd. run                             9      77    2:42     28-10     3      2:02
Tennessee      Blocked Punt   Williams 19 yd. pass from Hasselbeck         10      37    2:55     31-17     4      3:32
             THIRD/FOURTH DOWN CONVERSIONS

                               REGULAR SEASON

                                 THIRD DOWN            FOURTH DOWN
   Date          Opponent      Made     Att.   Pct.   Made    Att.    Pct.

 9/11/11       STEELERS           3      9     33%      0      1      0%
               at Baltimore       7     16     44%      0      1      0%

 9/18/11       STEELERS           8     15     53%      0      1      0%
                vs. Seattle       2     12     17%      1      2     50%

 9/25/11        STEELERS          8     15     53%      0      0      0%
             at Indianapolis      7     16     44%      0      0      0%

 10/2/11       STEELERS           5     12     42%      0      1      0%
                at Houston        6     12     50%      0      0      0%

 10/9/11       STEELERS           7     12     58%      1      1     100%
             vs. Tennessee        7     15     47%      1      2      50%

10/16/11        STEELERS
            vs. Jacksonville

10/23/11       STEELERS
                at Arizona

10/30/11        STEELERS
           vs. New England

 11/6/11       STEELERS
              vs. Baltimore

11/13/11       STEELERS
               at Cincinnati

11/27/11        STEELERS
             at Kansas City

 12/4/11       STEELERS
              vs. Cincinnati

 12/8/11       STEELERS
              vs. Cleveland

12/19/11        STEELERS
           at San Francisco

12/24/11       STEELERS
               vs. St. Louis

  1/1/12        STEELERS
               at Cleveland

              STEELERS           31     63     49%      1      4     25%
             OPPONENTS           29     71     41%      2      5     40%

				
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