By the Numbers: Ravens vs. Steelers

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Sacks needed by Steelers edge rusher T.J. Watt to break Michael Strahan's single-season record of 22.5. Watt has 21.5 and had four sacks against Cleveland on Monday.

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Seconds that Ben Roethlisberger takes to release the football on average this season. He's had the quickest release time among NFL quarterbacks in back-to-back seasons, per Next Gen Stats.

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Roethlisberger's career record against the Ravens, including the playoffs

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Catches needed by Mark Andrews to set the all-time franchise record for receptions in one season. With 99 catches, Andrews trails Derrick Mason, who had 103 in 2007.

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Ravens record in their final regular season home game under Head Coach John Harbaugh

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Receiving yards needed by Marquise "Hollywood" Brown for his first 1,000-yard season

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Times that Harbaugh and Mike Tomlin will have faced each other after Sunday's game, tying Curly Lambeau vs. Steve Owen for the second-most frequent head coach matchup in NFL history

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Pro Football Focus grade for defensive tackle Calais Campbell this season, the highest for any Baltimore defensive player. Andrews (91.6) is the only Raven with a higher grade.

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Yards per game the Steelers have surrendered on the ground, second most in the NFL this season. Only the Texans (143.4) have yielded more.

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Career-high yards gained by Pittsburgh running back Najee Harris in Week 17. Harris gained 181 of those yards against Cleveland after contact, per Next Gen Stats.

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