Steelers-Jets: By The Numbers

October, 12, 2013
10/12/13
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Here is a quick-hit look at the Steelers-Jets game on Sunday. The 1 p.m. game will be played at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., and televised by CBS.

0

Turnovers committed by Jets quarterback Geno Smith in a 30-28 win at Atlanta last Monday

1

Jets’ NFL rank in rushing yards allowed per carry

3.0

Rushing yards per carry allowed by the Jets

4

Sacks by Steelers this season

4

Sacks by Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson this season

4.2

Average yards per carry for Jets running back Bilal Powell, who is third in the AFC in rushing

7

Times the Steelers have beaten the Jets in eight road games dating back to 1970

11

Turnovers committed by Smith in the Jets’ first four games of the season

12

First-quarter points scored by the Steelers this season

16

Times the Steelers have beaten rookie quarterbacks in 18 games against them since Dick LeBeau returned as defensive coordinator in 2004

32

Catches by Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown after four games

34

First-quarter points yielded by the Steelers this season

34.6

Conversion rate on third down that the Jets have allowed since 2009, second-lowest in the NFL during that span

49

Combined catches by Jets wide receivers after five games

53

Quarterback pressures by Steelers defensive end Brett Keisel since 2012

58.0

Rushing yards per game the Steelers, worst in the NFL

73.7

Percentage of Brown’s 167 catches that have accounted for first downs since 2011

76.2

Rushing yards allowed per game by the Jets, second fewest in the NFL

148.3

Smith’s fourth-quarter passer rating in the last three games

196

Career touchdown passes by Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger

299.0

Total yards allowed per game by the Jets, second fewest in the NFL

 

Scott Brown

ESPN Pittsburgh Steelers reporter

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