What's in a number: Cincinnati Bengals-Pittsburgh Steelers preview

PITTSBURGH -- Here is a by-the-numbers look at the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers, who meet Sunday night at 8:30 p.m. ET at Heinz Field.

0: Sacks allowed this season by Bengals left tackle Andrew Whitworth, who has played in every game.

1: Touchdown receptions Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown needs against the Bengals to set the team’s single-season record for scoring catches.

2: Scores allowed by the Steelers on opponents’ opening drive, both field goals, in their last seven games.

3: Steelers tight end Heath Miller's NFL rank in career catches (529) and receiving yards (5,993) among active NFL tight ends.

7: Wins for the Bengals, against no losses, when they have held the opposition to less than 100 yards rushing this season.

7: Scores allowed by the Steelers on opponents’ opening drive in their first eight games.

19: Rushing touchdowns by the Bengals, their most in a season under 12th-year coach Marvin Lewis.

20: Percentage of Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant's 25 catches that have covered at least 44 yards.

23.2: Average yards allowed by the Steelers on kickoff returns.

30: Receiving yards Brown needs against the Bengals to become the first player in Steelers history to average at least 100 yards receiving per game in a season.

33.2: Average yards by Bengals kickoff returner Adam Jones, which leads the NFL.

34: Runs of at least 10 yards by Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell.

44.3: Jones’ average yards on three kickoff returns last Monday night in a 37-28 win over the Denver Broncos.

53: Total points by which the Steelers have outscored their opponents in the second quarter.

67: Total points by which the Bengals have outscored their opponents in the first half.

73.7: Bengals’ winning percentage in games they have led at halftime under Lewis (95 total games).

79.3: Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s career winning percentage at home against AFC North teams.

85.9: Bengals' winning percentage in 85 games under Lewis in which they have at least 30 rushing attempts.

99.3: Rushing yards per game allowed by the Steelers, sixth best in the NFL.

135.4: Rushing yards per game by the Bengals, fifth best in the NFL.