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Quarterback with most passing yards: Ben Roethlisberger
Look for Big Ben to have a good game throwing the ball, early and often. Coming off a bad week, the Steelers will want to -- no, need to -- get off to a fast start for Roethlisberger.
Quarterback with most touchdown passes: Ben Roethlisberger
Ben will end up with two or three touchdowns. The Steelers use the tight end in the red zone and will do so tonight, giving Ben additional opportunities for TD passes.
Running back with most yards: Willie Parker
Whenever Parker rushes for 100 yards, the Steelers win. Look for Pittsburgh to go off this week, and don't be surprised if Parker breaks off a long one.
Running back with most touchdowns: Willie Parker
Along with a possible long run for a score, Parker will smash you down inside the 5.
Wide receiver with the most receiving yards: Hines Ward
Ward loves the lights. He's very good after the catch and the Dolphins will have a tough time stopping him. He will also be the beneficiary of Ben's strong start.
Most field goals: Jeff Reed
There won't be many field goals, but I expect the Steelers to have a couple, so give them the field-goal edge.
First team to score a touchdown: Pittsburgh Steelers>
They will most likely be the first to score and the last to score.
First player to score a touchdown: Willie Parker
Look for Parker to be given the ball for a short 3-yard blast, being rewarded for picking up 35 to 40 yards on the opening drive for the Steelers.
Sean Salisbury is an NFL analyst for ESPN