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What's in a number: Baltimore Ravens-Pittsburgh Steelers preview

PITTSBURGH -- Here is a by-the-numbers look at the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers, who meet tonight in an AFC wild-card playoff game.

1

Steelers' NFL rank this season in yards per play (6.42) on first down

2

Interceptions thrown by Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco in his past nine games against the Steelers

2

100-yard rushers allowed by the Ravens in 21 postseason games

5

Catches of at least 25 yards by Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith in eight career games against the Steelers

6

Playoff road wins by the Ravens since 2008, the most by any NFL team during that span

6

Super Bowl winners out of the past nine that played in the wild-card round of the playoffs

8

Games that the Ravens have won since 2010, without a loss, when they score a defensive touchdown

8

Touchdown receptions that covered at least 15 yards this season by Smith, second only the Dallas' Dez Bryant (11).

10

Wins by the Steelers this season in the 12 games in which they scored at least 20 points

10

Interceptions by Steelers cornerbacks this season

11

Steelers' average margin of victory in three playoff wins against the Ravens without a loss

14

Interceptions by Steelers cornerbacks from 2010-13

14

Completions Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger needs to break Terry Bradshaw’s Steelers record for career postseason completions

25

More takeaways than turnovers by the Ravens in 21 career postseason games

27

Playoff berths by the Steelers since the 1970 NFL-AFL merger, tied with the Dallas Cowboys for the most by any team during that span

29

Combined sacks by outside linebackers Elvis Dumervil and Terrell Suggs, the most in a season by a duo in Ravens history

38

Postseason turnovers forced by the Ravens since 2008, the most in the NFL

40

Steelers wideout Antonio Brown's average receiving yards in four postseason contests

69.2

Harbaugh’s winning percentage in the playoffs, tops among active coaches

71.2

Percentage of games that the Steelers have won in safety Troy Polamalu's 14 postseason starts