NFL Pittsburgh
   (11-5)
Denver
   (13-3)
NFL Playoffs:   
GAME LEADERS
QBsRBsWRs
Ben Roethlisberger
Yds: 275
TDs: 2
Rat: 124.9
Jerome Bettis
Yds: 39
TDs: 1
Avg: 2.6
Cedrick Wilson
Rec: 5
Yds: 92
TDs: 1
Jake Plummer
Yds: 223
TDs: 1
Rat: 66.4
Mike Anderson
Yds: 36
TDs: 1
Avg: 4.0
Ashley Lelie
Rec: 2
Yds: 68
TDs: 1
INJURY REPORT
No significant injuries
TEAM AVERAGES & NFL RANKS
TEAM OFFENSETMPER GAME AVERAGE
Total YardsPIT
 
 321.8
DEN
 
 360.4
Yards PassingPIT
 
 182.9
DEN
 
 201.7
Yards RushingPIT
 
 138.9
DEN
 
 158.7
TEAM DFFENSETMPER GAME AVERAGE
Yards AllowedPIT
 
 284.0
DEN
 
 312.9
Pass Yds AllowedPIT
 
 198.0
DEN
 
 227.7
Rush Yds AllowedPIT
 
 86.0
DEN
 
 85.2
GAMEDAY MATCHUP
  W  L  T PF PADIVCON
PIT115024.3164-2-07-5-0
DEN133024.7165-1-010-2-0
H2H MATCHUPS (SINCE 2001)
Series tied 1-1
Oct 12, 2003@DEN 17, PIT 14
















Cedrick Wilson
(AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Steelers WR Cedrick Wilson scored the game's first TD.
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