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What's in a number? Houston Texans vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

A by-the-numbers look at the Houston Texans-Pittsburgh Steelers matchup on Monday night at Heinz Field.

1

Tackle by Texans defensive end J.J. Watt in Houston’s 17-10 win against Pittsburgh in 2011, the last time the teams met.

3

Combined touchdowns by Steelers running backs Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount this season.

3

Touchdowns by Watt this season.

4

100-yard rushing games by Texans running back Arian Foster in five contests this season.

5.9

Yards per play the Steelers are averaging, ninth-best in the NFL.

6

Steelers’ NFL rank in opponents’ third-down conversion rate (35.2 percent).

7

Texans’ NFL rank in turnover differential (plus four).

10

Times that the Steelers sacked Texans quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick in three previous games.

12

Quarterback pressures by Steelers outside linebackers through six games.

15

Games in which Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons has recorded at least 10 tackles since 2012.

21

Quarterback pressures by Steelers defensive ends Cameron Heyward and Brett Keisel.

22

Receptions Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson needs to pass Randy Moss for 10th on the NFL’s all-time list.

31

Steelers’ NFL rank in kickoff returns (18.6 yards per return).

36.8

Percentage of times the Steelers have scored touchdowns this season when they are inside opponents’ 20-yard line, second-worst in the NFL.

45.5

Percentage of times the Texans are allowing touchdowns when are opponents are inside their 20-yard line, third-best in the NFL.

70.4

Fitzpatrick’s career passer rating against the Steelers.

76.8

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's passer rating in the fourth quarter this season, No. 23 in the NFL.

102.6

Foster’s average rushing yards per game.

132.2

Bell’s average yards from scrimmage.

629

Receiving yards by Antonio Brown, first in the AFC and the most by a Steeler through the first six games of a season.