Ten stats to know: Steelers at Bills

Here are 10 key stats to prepare for the Week 14 matchup between the Steelers and the Bills.

Five key stats: Pittsburgh Steelers

Key matchup: The Bills defense has 33 sacks this season (3rd-most in NFL); the Steelers offense has yielded just 16 sacks (T-2nd fewest in NFL). 

Road woes: The Steelers are averaging 7.7 fewer points and 92.5 fewer passing yards on the road this year than they are at home. 

Bell is on a roll: RB Le'Veon Bell has three straight games with 100+ rush yards (longest streak of career). 

Airing it out:Ben Roethlisberger has 12 TD passes this of 20+ air yards this year. No other NFL QB has more than eight. 

How 'bout that defense!: Since Week 11, the Steelers are allowing 10.0 PPG (fewest in NFL) and 251.0 total yards per game (fewest in NFL). 

Five key stats: Buffalo Bills

Key matchup: Since Week 9, the Bills' offense ranks 1st in the NFL in yards per carry, while the Steelers' defense has allowed the 5th-fewest yards per carry. 

Dichotomous offense: Buffalo averages 161.9 rush yards per game (1st in NFL) and 181.5 pass yards per game (32nd in NFL).

Tyrod's regression:Tyrod Taylor had a 99.4 passer rating last season, but his passer rating this season is 84.6. 

Dual-threat QB:Taylor leads all NFL QBs in rush attempts (73) and rush yards (469). 

Allowing too many points: Buffalo's defense has allowed 28.6 points per game since Week 8 (4th-most in NFL). 

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