By Teddy Brenner
The rubber hits the road for the Eagles and the Steelers today at Heinz Field.
And here are the numbers that stick out:
30-7-1 – The Steelers are tied for the most wins and have the best win percentage among AFC teams at home against NFC teams since 2001 (when Heinz Field opened).
100 – The Steelers have had a 100-yard rusher in each of their first three games – Benny Snell in Week 1 and James Connor in Weeks 2 and 3.
17 – The Eagles lead the league entering Week 5 with 17 total quarterback sacks.
5 – The Steelers lead the league entering Week 5 with an average of five quarterback sacks per game. This is after leading the league with 54 total sacks in 2019.
60 – The Steelers have recorded at least one sack in 60 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the NFL. The Steelers did not sack Wentz in the 2016 meeting.
26 – The Steelers scored at least 26 points in each of their first three games for the first time since 2007.
20 – It’s been 20 years since the Eagles won at Pittsburgh, a 26-23 come-from-behind overtime win in 2000. The Eagles have won four of the last six games in this series.
54 – Steelers have the No. 1 run defense in the league, allowing just 54 yards per contest.
290 – The Steelers have the second-best overall defense in terms of yards allowed per game.