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1 SEASON IN REVIEW

2 REVIEW RECORDS STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION 2013 FINAL REGULAR-SEASON STATISTICS (Won 8, Lost 8) SCHEDULE Date W-L Score Opponent Attendance 9/8 L 16-9 Tennessee 61,585 9/16 L at Cincinnati 64,585 9/22 L Chicago 61,575 9/29 L at Minnesota 83,518 10/13 W 19-6 at N.Y. Jets 76,957 10/20 W Baltimore 62,295 10/27 L at Oakland 52,950 11/3 L at New England 68,756 11/10 W Buffalo 60,406 11/17 W Detroit 57,905 11/24 W at Cleveland 71,513 11/28 L at Baltimore 71,005 12/8 L Miami 52,489 12/15 W Cincinnati 45,873 12/22 W at Green Bay 77,999 12/29 W 20-7 Cleveland 56,361 Pittsburgh Opponent Total First Downs Rushing Passing Penalty rd Down: Made/Att 82/216 91/230 3rd Down Pct. 38.0% 39.6% 4th Down: Made/Att 9/15 9/20 4th Down Pct. 60.0% 45.0% Possession Avg. 30:53 29:07 Total Net Yards Avg. Per Game Total Plays Avg. Per Play Net Yards Rushing Avg. Per Game Total Rushes Net Yards Passing Avg. Per Game Sacked/Yards Lost 43/289 34/198 Gross Yards Attempts/Completions 586/ /329 Completion Pct. 64.3% 57.8% Had Intercepted Punts/Average 76/ /43.0 Net Punting Avg Penalties/Yards 80/677 92/798 Fumbles/Ball Lost 16/10 21/10 Touchdowns Rushing 9 18 Passing Returns 4 2 SCORE BY PERIOD Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT Pts Opponents PASSING Att Cmp Yds Cmp% TD Int Long Sack/Lost Rating Roethlisberger % / McBriar % / Brown % / % / Opponents % t 34/ SCORING TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt Pts Suisham /39 30/ Cotchery /0 0/ Brown /0 0/ Bell /0 0/ Sanders /0 0/ Polamalu /0 0/0 0 6 Roethlisberger /0 0/0 0 6 Miller /0 0/0 0 6 Spaeth /0 0/0 0 6 Gay /0 0/0 0 6 Allen /0 0/0 0 6 Johnson /0 0/0 0 6 Moye /0 0/ /39 30/ Opponents /39 28/ Sacks: Worilds 8.0, Heyward 5.0, Woodley 5.0, Keisel 4.0, Timmons 3.0, Hood 3.0, Woods 2.0, Polamalu 2.0, Gay 1.0, Jones 1.0 : 34.0, Opponents: Pt. Conversions: 1-2, Opponents: 1-2 RUSHING No. Yds Avg Long TD Bell Dwyer Jones Roethlisberger Sanders Stephens-Howling Redman Brown Cotchery Suisham Opponents t 18 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg Long TD Brown Sanders t 6 Miller Cotchery Bell Jones Dwyer Johnson Paulson Wheaton Johnson Redman Moye Stephens-Howling Spaeth t 1 Palmer Roethlisberger Gilbert Opponents t 21 INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg Long TD Clark Allen t 1 Polamalu t 1 Timmons Allen Gay t t 3 Opponents PUNTING No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B McBriar Mesko Roethlisberger Opponents PUNT RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD Brown t t 1 Opponents KICKOFF RETURNS No. Yds Avg Long TD Jones Sanders Dwyer Wheaton Stephens-Howling Brown Heyward Palmer Opponents FIELD GOALS Suisham 0/0 9/9 13/15 8/8 0/0 0/0 9/9 13/15 8/8 0/0 Opponents 1/1 8/8 10/10 8/10 1/2 Suisham: (21G,35G)(45G,45G)(33G) (20G,34G,34G)(29G,28G,52G,54N)(42G,47G,42G) (48G,27G)(30G)(35G,31G,23G)(22G)() (46G,41G,42G)(49G)(32G)(24N,40G,53N)(41G) Opponents: (26G)(38G)(32G,43G)() (22G,38G,47G,40G)(48G)(48G,45G) (51N,50G,23G)(22G,33N,46G)(26G,41N,39G) (28G,32G)(45G,23G)(51G,39G)(50G,21G) (41G,56N,43G)(39N,51G) 288

3 FINAL REGULAR-SEASON DEFENSIVE/SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS DEFENSE AND SPECIAL TEAMS DEFENSE SPECIAL TEAMS Player U A Tot Sacks/Yds. QP Int./Yards PD FF FR U A Tot FF FR BL Timmons / / Clark /0 0 2/ Polamalu /5 0 2/ Gay /8 0 1/21t Taylor /0 0 0/ Williams /0 1 0/ Heyward / / Worilds / / C. Allen /0 0 2/ Jones /7 11 0/ W. Allen /0 0 1/ Woodley / / Hood /17 9 0/ Keisel /6 26 0/ McLendon /0 9 0/ Thomas /0 0 0/ Woods /6 5 0/ Wilson /0 1 0/ Foote /0 0 0/ Sylvester /0 0 0/ Golden /0 0 0/ Garvin /0 0 0/ Carter /0 1 0/ Cromartie-Smith /0 0 0/ Blake /0 0 0/ C. Brown /0 0 0/ Johnson /0 0 0/ Suisham /0 0 0/ Wheaton /0 0 0/ Palmer /0 0 0/ Van Dyke /0 0 0/ Warren /0 0 0/ TOTALS / / OPPONENTS / / MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 289

4 REVIEW RECORDS STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION 2013 ATTENDANCE ATTENDANCE AT HEINZ FIELD The drew 458,489 fans to their eight home games during the 2013 season, averaging 57,311 per home game. Since Heinz Field opened in 2001, the have averaged at least 57,000 fans per game each season. Pittsburgh had a season-high 62,295 fans in Week 7 versus Baltimore. The have sold out 325 straight regular-season games at home, dating back to Nov. 5, 1972 versus Cincinnati. Below are the all-time home attendance figures since 1970: ALL-TIME ATTENDANCE AT HEINZ FIELD REGULAR SEASON Year Games Total Attendance Avg ,698 45, ,812 46, ,549 48, ,351 47, ,457 46, ,205 48, ,620 47, ,156 48, ,258 47, ,931 48, ,106 53, ,964 52, ,890 52, ,587 57, ,288 55, ,069 54, ,937 51, ,402 50, ,044 49, ,494 47, ,769 54, ,935 50, ,782 53, ,927 55, ,272 57, ,913 56, ,944 58, ,532 57, ,619 58, ,618 52, ,428 55, ,191 62, ,274 61, ,584 59, ,385 63, ,434 63, ,461 62, ,675 62, ,125 62, ,882 63, ,669 63, ,279 63, ,135 61, ,489 57,311 Played four home games due to players strike. Played seven home games due to players strike. Inaugural season at Heinz Field. Team Record BREAKDOWN OF 2013 ATTENDANCE The drew an average of 57,311 fans to each home game in It marked the 20th time in the last 21 seasons and the 14th consecutive season that the have averaged more than 55,000 fans at each home game. The continued to be one of the most popular road teams in Pittsburgh drew 567,283 fans on the road, an average of 70,910 fans per game REGULAR-SEASON ATTENDANCE NUMBERS Home Road 1. Tennessee (61,585) Cincinnati (64,585) 2. Chicago (61,575) Minnesota (83,518) 3. Baltimore (62,295) N.Y. Jets (76,957) 4. Buffalo (60,406) Oakland (52,950) 5. Detroit (57,905) New England (68,756) 6. Miami (52,489) Cleveland (71,513) 7. Cincinnati (45,873) Baltimore (71,005) 8. Cleveland (56,361) Green Bay (77,999) Game played at Wembley Stadium (London) 290

5 TOP TEN Home Crowds in History The set the single-game home attendance record (66,662) in the 2010 AFC Championship Game against the New York Jets. The overall attendance record at Three Rivers Stadium was 61,545 during the 1994 AFC Championship Game (Jan. 15, 1995) versus the San Diego Chargers. Pittsburgh s top regular-season attendance figure at Three Rivers was 60,808 on Dec. 18, 1994, versus the Cleveland Browns. Date Opponent Attendance 1. Jan. 23, 2011 New York Jets* 66, Oct. 25, 2009 Minnesota 65, Jan. 18, 2009 Baltimore* 65, Nov. 15, 2009 Cincinnati 65, Jan. 23, 2005 New England* 65, Oct. 17, 2010 Cleveland 65, Sept. 10, 2009 Tennessee 65, Oct. 26, 2008 N.Y. Giants 64, Nov. 21, 2010 Oakland 64, Nov. 7, 2004 Philadelphia 64,975 * Playoff Game 1 vs. New York Jets* 1/23/ vs. New England* 1/23/05 vs. Cincinnati 11/15/09 vs. Baltimore* 1/18/09 vs. Minnesota 10/25/09 MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 291

6 REVIEW MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS Game 1 TENNESSEE 16 PITTSBURGH 9 SEPTEMBER 8, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (61,585) PITTSBURGH The lost their 2013 home opener to the Tennessee Titans, It marked the first home-opening loss since the 2002 season. On the opening kickoff, Titans RB Darius Reynaud fielded the ball just outside the goal line, and then took a knee into the end zone for a safety. It marked the first time that there was a safety on the opening kickoff since September 18, 1988 (New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys). Midway through the second quarter, QB Ben Roethlisberger s pass to WR Emmanuel Sanders was picked off by CB Alterraun Verner. Tennessee then went 49 yards on 12 plays on a drive that took up almost seven minutes of clock time. RB Jackie Battle scored on a three-yard run to cap off the drive and give the Titans a 7-2 lead. Late in the third quarter, K Rob Bironas connected on a 26-yard field goal to give the Titans a 10-2 lead. Bironas made a 44-yard field goal midway through the fourth quarter to extend Tennessee s lead, And with less than four minutes remaining in the game, Bironas connected on a 27-yard field goal to give the Titans a 16-2 lead. Late in the game, Roethlisberger led the team on a nine-play, 75-yard drive that was capped off with a fouryard touchdown pass to WR Jerricho Cotchery. On the drive, Roethlisberger surpassed 30,000 passing yards to become just the 35th quarterback in NFL history to throw for at least 30,000 yards. Despite the loss, the defense held its opponent to less than 17 points for the ninth-consecutive home opener. Dating back to last season, this marked the seventh game in a row where the defense did not allow a single touchdown in the first quarter of a game IN REVIEW Titans (1-0) STEELERS (0-1) PIT 1 14:57 Reynaud tackled in end zone for a safety ; 2-0 TEN 2 0:44 Battle 3-yd. run (Bironas kick) 12-49; 6: TEN 3 4:29 Bironas 26-yd. FG 11-37; 5: TEN 4 6:01 Bironas 44-yd. FG 11-62; 6: TEN 4 3:53 Bironas 27-yd. FG 4-8; 1: PIT 4 1:23 Cotchery 4-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 9-75; 2: STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS Titans 1st Downs 17 (10-6-1) 14 (0-13-1) 3rd Downs 6-15 (40%) 4-13 (31%) 4th Downs 1-1 (100%) 1-1 (100%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 34:01 25:59 RUSHING: Ten. C. Johnson 25-70; Battle 8-21, 1 TD; Greene 4-18; Locker 5-3. Pit. Stephens-Howling 6-19; Redman 8-9; A. Brown 1-4. PASSING: Ten. Locker , 125. Pit. Roethlisberger , 191, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Ten. Washington 4-46; Walker 3-40; Wright 2-11; Britt 1-15; Williams Pit. Sanders 7-57; A. Brown 5-71; Cotchery 4-34, 1 TD; Stephens-Howling 2-11; Redman 2-7; D. Johnson

7 Game 2 CINCINNATI 20 PITTSBURGH 10 SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 PAUL BROWN STADIUM (64,585) CINCINNATI The lost their AFC North opener, 20-10, to the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Pittsburgh scored on their second drive of the game, thanks in large part to WR Antonio Brown s 40-yard punt return, which set the up in Bengals territory. K Shaun Suisham connected on a 44-yard field goal to give Pittsburgh a 3-0 lead. Midway through the first quarter, the marched into Bengals territory. QB Ben Roethlisberger found TE David Paulson for a 34-yard completion but Paulson fumbled the football before he was down. Cincinnati then took over and QB Andy Dalton led the team on a five-play, 87-yard drive that was capped off by RB Giovani Bernard s seven-yard touchdown run. Early in the second quarter, Cincinnati extended their lead, 10-3, on K Mike Nugent s 41-yard field goal. Later in the quarter, WR Emmanuel Sanders had a 43-yard reception that went to the Bengals one-yard line. On the very next play, Roethlisberger found WR Derek Moye for a one-yard score. It marked Moye s first career reception. The teams went into halftime tied Early in the third quarter, Dalton connected with Bernard on a 27-yard touchdown to give the Bengals a lead. Dalton finished with a game-high 280 passing yards. Early in the fourth quarter, Nugent connected on a 25-yard field goal to give Cincinnati the decisive victory. For the 16th straight game (including postseason), Roethlisberger has thrown at least one touchdown pass, which is a career-best. STEELERS (0-2) Bengals (1-1) PIT 1 10:42 Suisham 44-yd. FG 4-8; 1: CIN 1 0:57 Bernard 7-yd. run (Nugent kick) 5-87; 2: CIN 2 13:16 Nugent 41-yd. FG 8-35; 1: PIT 2 1:54 Moye 1-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 5-65; 2: CIN 3 6:08 Bernard 27-yd. pass from Dalton (Nugent kick) 8-78; 5: CIN 4 7:51 Nugent 25-yd. FG 14-57; 6: Bengals 1st Downs 14 (2-11-1) 22 (8-12-2) 3rd Downs 3-12 (25%) 7-17 (41%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-1 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 24:26 35:34 RUSHING: Pit. F. Jones 10-37; Roethlisberger 1-6; Redman 3-4; Dwyer 1-2; Cotchery 1-(-5). Cin. Green-Ellis 22-75; Bernard 8-38, 1 TD; Dalton 3-10; Sanu 1-4. PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 251, 1 TD. Cin. Dalton , 280, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Pit. Brown 6-57; Sanders 5-78; Cotchery 3-59; Paulson 3-49; Redman 2-7; Moye 1-1, 1 TD. Cin. Gresham 6-66; Green 6-41; Sanu 5-40; Eifert 3-66; M. Jones 3-35; Bernard 1-27, 1 TD; Green-Ellis 1-5. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 293

8 REVIEW MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS Game 3 CHICAGO 40 PITTSBURGH 23 SEPTEMBER 22, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (61,575) PITTSBURGH The could not overcome a 21-point first-half deficit and lost to the Chicago Bears, 40-23, at Heinz Field. Chicago raced out to a 17-0 lead by the end of the first quarter. K Robbie Gould connected on a 47-yarder on the Bears opening drive of the game. On the first possession, QB Ben Roethlisberger was sacked and stripped by LB D.J. Williams and the Bears took over at the 17-yard line. Four plays later, RB Matt Forte scored on a five-yard run to increase Chicago s lead, After forcing Pittsburgh to punt, Forte had a 55-yard run to the five-yard line. Five plays later, RB Michael Bush scored on a one-yard run to increase the Bears lead, K Shaun Suisham connected on a 27-yard field goal early in the second quarter to cut the lead But on the next drive, Roethlisberger was picked off by CB Major Wright, who returned it 38 yards for a touchdown to give the Bears a 24-3 lead. Pittsburgh cut the lead to 14 heading into the half after Roethlisberger found WR Antonio Brown for a 33-yard touchdown midway through the second quarter. Gould connected on a 32-yard field goal early in the third quarter to increase the Bears lead The then scored 13 unanswered points. Suisham connected on a 36-yard field goal midway through the third quarter, and Brown recorded his second receiving touchdown on the night, a 21-yarder, to pull the team within a touchdown, Early in the fourth quarter, Suisham nailed a 44-yarder to cut the lead But it would be the closest the would get. QB Jay Cutler found WR Earl Bennett for a 17-yard touchdown to give the Bears a lead. And with less than four minutes in the game, DE Julius Peppers caught a Roethlisberger fumble and returned it 42 yards for a score to give Chicago the decisive victory IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS Bears (3-0) STEELERS (0-3) CHI 1 8:02 Gould 47-yd. FG 13-51; 6: CHI 1 5:05 Forte 5-yd. run (Gould kick) 4-17; 1: CHI 1 2:01 Bush 1-yd. run (Gould kick) 5-60; 1: PIT 2 13:36 Suisham 27-yd. FG 9-71; 3: CHI 2 8:57 Wright 38-yd. INT return (Gould kick) ; 3-24 PIT 2 6:27 Brown 33-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 6-75; 2: CHI 3 10:54 Gould 32-yd. FG 6-14; 3: PIT 3 5:38 Suisham 36-yd. FG 10-62; 5: PIT 3 1:50 Brown 33-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 3-69; 1: PIT 4 10:38 Suisham 44-yd. FG 11-52; 4: CHI 4 5:48 Bennett 17-yd. pass from Cutler (Gould kick) 9-74; 4: CHI 4 3:57 Peppers 42-yd. fumble return (kick blocked) ; Bears 1st Downs 15 (6-7-2) 21 (5-15-1) 3rd Downs 5-15 (33%) 3-11 (27%) 4th Downs 1-1 (100%) 0-1 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 31:36 28:24 RUSHING: Chi. Forte 16-87, 1 TD; Cutler 4-11; Bush 8-9, 1 TD. Pit. Dwyer 12-39; F. Jones 7-34; Roethlisberger 2-7. PASSING: Chi. Cutler , 159, 1 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger ,406, 2 TD. RECEIVING: Chi. Jeffery 7-51; Marshall 5-52; Forte 4-24; E. Bennett 2-22, 1 TD; M. Bennett Pit. Brown 9-196, 2 TD; Sanders 4-39; Cotchery 3-52; Miller 3-35; D. Johnson 2-51; F. Jones 2-13; Dwyer 1-9; Paulson 1-6; W. Johnson

9 Game 4 MINNESOTA 34 PITTSBURGH 27 SEPTEMBER 29, 2013 WEMBLEY STADIUM (83,518) LONDON Pittsburgh fell short in its attempt to rally from a 17-point second-half deficit and lost to the Minnesota Vikings, 34-27, at Wembley Stadium. The Vikings scored 10 points in the first seven minutes of the game. K Blair Walsh connected on a 54-yard field goal to give Minnesota a 3-0 lead, and on the Vikings next drive, QB Matt Cassel found WR Greg Jennings for a 70-yard touchdown pass to extend the lead, On the ensuing drive, QB Ben Roethlisberger led the team on an eight-play, 75-yard drive that was capped off by an eight-yard rushing touchdown by rookie RB Le Veon Bell. On the Vikings next drive, RB Adrian Peterson scored on a 60-yard touchdown run to extend Minnesota s lead to K Shaun Suisham made a 26-yard field goal late in the second quarter to cut the lead, Walsh made a 37-yarder with less than 40 seconds remaining in the half to give Minnesota a lead at halftime. Early in the third quarter, Bell scored on a one-yard run to cut the lead, Peterson, though, would score again, this time on a seven-yard run, to give the Vikings a 10-point advantage, Roethlisberger was picked off by LB Chad Greenway midway through the third quarter which set the Vikings up in territory. Two plays later, Cassel found Jennings again for a touchdown to give the Vikings a 17-point lead, Early in the fourth quarter, Roethlisberger connected with WR Jerricho Cotchery for a 15-yard touchdown to cut the lead, Suisham made a 28-yarder with less than four minutes to play to cut the lead Pittsburgh had one final chance to tie the game. Roethlisberger led the team to the Vikings six yard line but was sacked and stripped on third-and-goal, which sealed the game for Minnesota. STEELERS (0-4) Vikings (1-3) MIN 1 12:08 Walsh 54-yd. FG 9-47; 2: MIN 1 8:06 Jennings 70-yd. pass from Cassel (Walsh kick) 3-76; 0: PIT 1 4:02 Bell 8-yd. run (Suisham kick) 8-75; 4: MIN 2 12:42 Peterson 60-yd. run (Walsh kick) 1-60; 0: PIT 2 3:39 Suisham 26-yd. FG 15-78; 9: MIN 2 0:39 Walsh 37-yd. FG 8-47; 3: PIT 3 11:28 Bell 1-yd. run (Suisham kick) 6-80; 3: MIN 3 7:52 Peterson 7-yd. run (Walsh kick) 6-75; 3: MIN 3 5:11 Jennings 16-yd. pass from Cassel (Walsh kick) 2-37; 0: PIT 4 12:42 Cotchery 15-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 9-77; 3: PIT 4 3:37 Suisham 28-yd. FG 9-54; 3: Vikings 1st Downs 29 (5-21-3) 16 (7-7-2) 3rd Downs 8-15 (53%) 4-11 (36%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 36:27 23:33 RUSHING: Pit. Bell 16-57, 2 TD; A. Brown 1-10; Dwyer 2-7; F. Jones 2-3. Min. Peterson , 2 TD; Cassel 2-5. PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 383, 1 TD. Min. Cassel , 248, 2 TD. RECEIVING: Pit. A. Brown 12-88; Miller 6-70; Cotchery 5-103, 1 TD; Sanders 4-57; Bell 4-27; Wheaton 3-26; D. Johnson 1-8; F. Jones 1-4. Min. Simpson 7-124; Jennings 3-92, 2 TD; Rudolph 2-6; Patterson 1-9; Gerhart 1-7; Wright 1-6; Carlson 1-4. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 295

10 REVIEW 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION Game 5 PITTSBURGH 19 NEW YORK JETS 6 OCTOBER 13, 2013 METLIFE STADIUM (76,957) EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. The beat the New York Jets, 19-6, at MetLife Stadium for the franchise s 600th win. The became just the fourth team in NFL history, and first AFC team, to accomplish that milestone. K Nick Folk gave the Jets a 3-0 lead late in the first quarter when he connected on a 25-yard field goal. Pittsburgh, though, would score on its next three possessions with help from K Shaun Suisham. Suisham nailed a 46-yarder, a 33-yarder and then a 48-yarder with less than a minute remaining in the half to give the a 9-3 lead. Folk responded with his 39-yarder with two seconds left in the second quarter. The went into halftime with a 9-6 lead. On Pittsburgh s first drive of the second half, the team faced a third-and-one at its 45-yard line. QB Ben Roethlisberger s play action fake froze the Jets defense, and WR Emmanuel Sanders was wide open in the middle of the field. Sanders hauled in a 55-yard touchdown, his longest career reception, and the extended their lead to New York drove to the 23-yard line on their ensuing possession, but QB Geno Smith s throw was intercepted by S Ryan Clark. It marked Clark s 14th career interception. Suisham connected on his fourth field goal of the game, this one from 32 yards out to give the the decisive 19-6 win. The Jets drove into territory late in the game, but Smith was intercepted near the goal line by LB Lawrence Timmons. The defense recorded season highs in sacks (3) and takeaways (2). The defense also held the Jets to 3-of-11 (27%) on third-down conversions. STEELERS (1-4) Jets (3-3) NYJ 1 3:25 Folk 25-yd. FG 9-38; 5: PIT 2 12:07 Suisham 46-yd. FG 10-52; 6: PIT 2 5:25 Suisham 33-yd. FG 9-67; 4: PIT 2 0:45 Suisham 48-yd. FG 8-35; 3: NYJ 2 0:02 Folk 39-yd. FG 7-51; 0: PIT 3 12:30 Sanders 55-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 3-64; 1: PIT 4 12:09 Suisham 32-yd. FG 12-65; 7: STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS Jets 1st Downs 16 (3-11-2) 18 (4-14-0) 3rd Downs 6-16 (38%) 3-11 (27%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 35:49 24:11 RUSHING: Pit. Bell 16-34; F. Jones 5-18; Roethlisberger 2-11; Dwyer NYJ Powell 9-30; Goodson 4-29; Ivory 4-16; Smith 3-8. PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 264, 1 TD; A. Brown 1-1-0, 15. NYJ Smith , 201. RECEIVING: Pit. A. Brown 9-86; Miller 6-84; Sanders 3-70, 1 TD; Bell 3-22; W. Johnson 2-2; F. Jones NYJ Gates 5-36; Cumberland 4-59; Hill 3-46; Powell 3-20; Kerley 2-19; Nelson 1-11; Goodson

11 Game 6 PITTSBURGH 19 BALTIMORE 16 OCTOBER 20, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (62,295) PITTSBURGH K Shaun Suisham connected on a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give the a victory over division rival, the Baltimore Ravens. Pittsburgh scored first midway through the first quarter. QB Ben Roethlisberger led the team on a 10-play, 60-yard drive that was capped off by a three-yard shovel pass to TE Heath Miller. The touchdown was the 40th in Miller s career, as he became just the fifth player in team history to record at least 40 receiving touchdowns. Baltimore s K Justin Tucker made a 46-yard field goal near the end of the first quarter to cut the lead, 7-3. Suisham connected on his first field goal of the game, a 34-yarder, early in the second quarter to increase Pittsburgh s lead, Right before halftime, Tucker connected from 38 yards out, and the went into halftime with a 10-6 lead. The only points in the third quarter came from Suisham, as he made a 28-yard field goal late in the period to increase the lead, Both teams exchanged field goals, as Tucker made a 32-yarder early in the fourth quarter and then Suisham followed it up with a 38-yarder. With Pittsburgh leading 16-9, the Ravens started at their own 27-yard line. QB Joe Flacco led the team on a 16-play, 73-yard drive that took up eight minutes of clock time. Flacco found TE Dallas Clark for a one-yard score to tie the game, But Roethlisberger had more than enough time to lead his team down the field. Roethlisberger led the group 39 yards to set up Suisham s game-winning kick. It marked the 28th time during the regular season that Roethlisberger led the team to victory when facing a fourth-quarter deficit or tie. Ravens (3-4) STEELERS (2-4) PIT 1 5:24 Miller 3-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 10-60; 6: BAL 1 0:05 Tucker 46-yd. FG 10-49; 5: PIT 2 9:59 Suisham 34-yd. FG 9-44; 5: BAL 2 0:08 Tucker 38-yd. FG 5-18; 0: PIT 3 2:56 Suisham 28-yd. FG 13-70; 8: BAL 4 13:04 Tucker 32-yd. FG 12-66; 4: PIT 4 9:59 Suisham 38-yd. FG 6-18; 3: BAL 4 1:58 Clark 1-yd. pass from Flacco (Tucker kick) 16-73; 8: PIT 4 0:00 Suisham 42-yd. FG 7-39; 1: Ravens 1st Downs 19 (7-10-2) 17 (7-7-3) 3rd Downs 7-14 (50%) 7-12 (58%) 4th Downs 1-1 (100%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 28:59 31:01 RUSHING: Bal. Rice 15-45; Flacco 2-14; Pierce 6-13; Leach Pit. Bell 19-93; Roethlisberger 3-25; F. Jones 5-16; Dwyer 1-4; A. Brown 1-3. PASSING: Bal , 215, 1 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger , 160, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Bal. J. Jones 4-32; Rice 4-27; M. Brown 4-22; T. Smith 3-61; Clark 3-9, 1 TD;Doss 2-35; Dickson 2-17; Pierce 1-9; Leach 1-3. Pit. A. Brown 6-50; Cotchery 4-41; Miller 2-17, 1 TD; Moye 1-19; Paulson 1-17; Sanders 1-7; Bell 1-6; F. Jones 1-3. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 297

12 REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION Game 7 OAKLAND 21 PITTSBURGH 18 OCTOBER 27, 2013 O.CO COLISEUM (52,950) OAKLAND The could not erase an 18-point first-half deficit and lost to the Oakland Raiders, 21-18, at the O.co Coliseum. On the Raiders first play of the game, QB Terrelle Pryor faked a handoff to RB Darren McFadden, and then ran 93 yards for a touchdown to give Oakland an early 7-0 lead. P Zoltan Mesko s attempt was blocked midway through the first quarter, which set Oakland up at the 26-yard line. Five plays later, McFadden scored on a seven-yard run to give the Raiders a 14-0 lead. Late in the first quarter, S Troy Polamalu picked off Pryor and returned it to the Raiders 48-yard line. K Shaun Suisham capped off the ensuing drive with a 47-yard field goal to cut the lead, The Raiders scored their final points of the game after the two-minute warning when McFadden scored on a four-yard run to give the Raiders a 21-3 lead at halftime. Neither team scored in the third quarter. Early in the fourth quarter, DE Brett Keisel recovered an Oakland fumble that was forced by LB Lawrence Timmons, and three plays later QB Ben Roethlisberger found WR Emmanuel Sanders for a nine-yard touchdown to cut the lead, With 1:27 left in the game, RB Le Veon Bell scored on a two-yard run, and Sanders scored on a two-point conversion to cut the lead, The attempted an onside kick but it was recovered by the Raiders. Despite the loss, the defense forced a season-high three turnovers and held their opponents to a season-low 82 net passing yards. STEELERS (2-5) Raiders (3-4) OAK 1 14:41 Pryor 93-yd. run (Janikowski kick) 1-93; 0: OAK 1 7:28 McFadden 7-yd. run (Janikowski kick) 5-26; 6: PIT 2 14:14 Suisham 47-yd. FG 5-19; 2: OAK 2 1:55 McFadden 4-yd. run (Janikowski kick) 11-72; 6: PIT 4 12:11 Sanders 9-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 3-11; 0: PIT 4 1:24 Bell 2-yd. run (Sanders run) 12-83; 2: Raiders 1st Downs 20 (5-13-1) 13 (8-5-0) 3rd Downs 4-15 (27%) 5-14 (36%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 29:59 30:01 RUSHING: Pit. Bell 13-24, 1 TD; Dwyer 3-9; A. Brown 1-2; Roethlisberger 1-1; F. Jones 1-(-1). Oak. Pryor 9-106, 1 TD; McFadden 24-73, 2 TD; Reece 3-10; Jennings 2-8. PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 275, 1 TD. Oak. Pryor , 88. RECEIVING: Pit. A. Brown 9-82; Sanders 7-88, 1 TD; Bell 5-27; Cotchery 3-39; Miller 3-19; F. Jones Oak. Streater 4-45; Moore 2-32; McFadden 2-5; Mastrud 1-9; Ford 1-(-3). RECORDS 298

13 Game 8 NEW ENGLAND 55 PITTSBURGH 31 NOVEMBER 3, 2013 GILLETTE STADIUM (68,756) FOXBOROUGH, Mass. The fell to the New England Patriots, 55-31, at Gillette Stadium. New England scored the first 14 points of the contest, with both touchdowns coming on passes. Late in the first quarter, QB Tom Brady found WR Danny Amendola for a 34-yard score, and early in the second quarter, he found TE Rob Gronkowski for a 19-yard touchdown. K Shaun Suisham s 30-yard field goal midway through the second quarter gave the their first three points of the game. Late in the second quarter, K Stephen Gostkowski s 20-yard field goal extended the Patriots lead, Right after the two-minute warning, QB Ben Roethlisberger found WR Antonio Brown for a 27-yard touchdown pass to pull within a touchdown, But New England marched 77 yards on nine plays on their ensuing drive to extend their lead to at halftime. Pittsburgh scored 14 straight points after halftime. The first score was set up when S Troy Polamalu forced a fumble that was recovered by LB LaMarr Woodley. Five plays later, Roethlisberger found WR Jerricho Cotchery for a 20-yard score. And early in the third quarter, Roethlisberger and Cotchery hooked up again for an eight-yard touchdown to tie the game, New England would outscore the 31-7 the rest of the game. Gostkowski made a 32-yard field goal, Brady and WR Aaron Dobson connected on a 17-yard touchdown and RB Stevan Ridley scored on a five-yard run to extend the lead, Roethlisberger and Cotchery connected again for a six-yard score to cut the lead, 41-31, but it would be the closest the would get. Brady and Dobson connected for an 81-yard touchdown pass, and RB LaGarrette Blount scored on a five-yard run to give New England the victory. STEELERS (2-6) Patriots (7-2) NE 1 4:00 Amednola 34-yd. pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick) 1-34; 0: NE 2 10:30 Gronkowski 19-yd. pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick) 6-67; 2: PIT 2 7:36 Suisham 30-yd. FG 7-68; 2: NE 2 3:51 Gostkowski 20-yd. FG 8-77; 3: PIT 2 1:55 Brown 27-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 4-71; 1: NE 2 0:10 Ridley 1-yd. run (Gostkowski kick) 9-77; 1: PIT 3 11:02 Cotchery 20-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 5-36; 1: PIT 3 7:10 Cotchery 8-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 5-46; 2: NE 3 2:39 Gostkowski 32-yd. FG 11-60; 4: NE 4 13:46 Dobson 17-yd. pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick) 5-34; 1: NE 4 9:16 Ridley 5-yd. run (Gostkowski kick) 8-61; 3: PIT 4 6:15 Cotchery 6-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 10-80; 3: NE 4 5:15 Dobson 81-yd. pass from Brady (Gostkowski kick) 2-93; 1: NE 4 2:41 Blount 5-yd. run (Gostkowski kick) 2-28; 0: Patriots 1st Downs 24 (6-18-0) 33 ( ) 3rd Downs 5-13 (38%) 7-12 (58%) 4th Downs 1-3 (33%) 0-1 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 31:12 28:48 RUSHING: Pit. Bell 16-74; Dwyer 1-30; F. Jones 1-5; Roethlisberger 2-(-1). N.E. Ridley , 2 TD; Blount 5-47, 1 TD; Bolden 3-36; Brady 1-(-1). PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 400, 4 TD. N.E. Brady , 432, 4 TD. RECEIVING: Pit. Cotchery 7-96, 3 TD; Sanders 6-98; A. Brown 5-71, 1 TD; Bell 4-65; Miller 4-43; Dwyer 1-23; F. Jones 1-4. N.E. Gronkowski 9-143, 1 TD; Dobson 5-130, 2 TD; Amendola 4-122, 1 TD; Ridley 3-9; Hoomanawanui 1-17; Edelman MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 299

14 REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION Game 9 PITTSBURGH 23 BUFFALO 10 NOVEMBER 10, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (60,406) PITTSBURGH The used a balanced attack on offense and a stingy defense to beat the Buffalo Bills, 23-10, at Heinz Field. On Pittsburgh s first drive of the game, S Jairus Byrd picked off QB Ben Roethlisberger and returned it to the 36-yard line. K Dan Carpenter made a 20-yard field goal to give Buffalo a 3-0 lead. But it would be the last points Buffalo would score until late in the fourth quarter. On the Bills next 10 possessions, Pittsburgh either forced Buffalo to punt or caused a turnover. Midway through the second quarter, K Shaun Suisham tied the game, 3-3, with a 36-yard field goal. After the two-minute warning, Roethlisberger connected with WR Jerricho Cotchery on a five-yard touchdown to extend the lead, Late in the third quarter, WR Antonio Brown returned a punt 24 yards, and on the next play, Roethlisberger and Brown connected on a 40-yard pass. Six plays later, RB Le Veon Bell scored on a four-yard run to extend Pittsburgh s lead, S Ryan Clark intercepted QB E.J. Manuel midway through the fourth quarter. Three plays later, Suisham made a 37-yarder to increase the lead, Suisham added a 23-yarder late in the fourth quarter to give Pittsburgh a 23-3 lead. Pittsburgh s defense allowed a season-low 227 total net yards and tied a season high with three sacks. Bills (3-7) STEELERS (3-6) BUF 1 6:16 Carpenter 20-yd. FG 9-28; 3: PIT 2 8:47 Suisham 36-yd. FG 13-58; 6: PIT 2 1:55 Cotchery 5-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 9-86; 4: PIT 3 3:02 Bell 4-yd. run (Suisham kick) 6-58; 3: PIT 4 8:00 Suisham 37-yd. FG 4-(-5); 1: PIT 4 4:34 Suisham 23-yd. FG 4-6; 1: BUF 4 0:03 Gragg 2-yd. pass from Manuel (Carpenter kick) 15-80; 4: Bills 1st Downs 16 (4-9-3) 19 (8-9-2) 3rd Downs 3-14 (21%) 8-17 (47%) 4th Downs 1-1 (100%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 24:44 35:16 RUSHING: Buf. Jackson 12-55; Spiller 8-23; Manuel Pit. Bell 22-57, 1 TD; Dwyer 6-38; Sanders 1-25; F. Jones PASSING: Buf. Manuel , 155, 1 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger , 204, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Buf. Gragg 4-25, 1 TD; Johnson 3-48; Chandler 3-21; Spiller 3-11; Jackson 3-7; Easley 2-13; Goodwin 2-9; Hogan 1-16; Graham 1-5. Pit. A. Brown 6-104; Sanders 4-13; Bell 3-39; Cotchery 2-31, 1 TD; Palmer 1-8; Miller 1-6; Dwyer 1-3. RECORDS 300

15 Game 10 PITTSBURGH 37 DETROIT 27 NOVEMBER 17, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (57,905) PITTSBURGH Trailing at halftime, the defense clamped down and shut out the Detroit offense in the second half, and QB Ben Roethlisberger threw two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to help lead Pittsburgh to a victory. Roethlisberger and WR Antonio Brown connected on touchdown passes of 34 and 47 yards in the first quarter to give the an early 14-0 lead. K David Akers made a 35-yard field goal early in the second quarter to cut the lead, On the Lions next possession, S Will Allen forced a fumble on RB Reggie Bush that was recovered by LB Lawrence Timmons. On the ensuing drive, K Shaun Suisham made a 25-yard field goal to give the a 17-3 lead. Detroit responded as QB Matthew Stafford and WR Calvin Johnson connected on a 79-yard touchdown to cut the lead Suisham made a 34-yard field goal to extend the lead, The Lions then scored 17 unanswered points as Stafford and Johnson connected on a 19-yard touchdown, RB Joique Bell scored on a two-yard run and K David Akers made a 19-yard field goal to give Detroit a lead at halftime. The second half belonged to the. Suisham made a 21-yard field goal midway through the third quarter to cut the lead, Early in the fourth quarter, the Lions faced a fourth-and-five on the 10-yard line. But they faked the field goal attempt and fumbled the football that was recovered by S Ryan Clark. Roethlisberger then led Pittsburgh on a 16-play, 97-yard drive that was capped off by his touchdown pass to FB Will Johnson. Clinging to a lead, the defense stepped up once again, as Allen recorded an interception and returned it to the Detroit 34-yard line. Roethlisberger hit WR Jerricho Cotchery running down the sideline for a 20-yard touchdown pass, his fourth of the afternoon, to give Pittsburgh the decisive victory. Lions (6-4) STEELERS (4-6) PIT 1 6:20 Brown 34-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 8-68; 3: PIT 1 3:58 Brown 47-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 4-63; 1: DET 2 14:05 Akers 35-yd. FG 10-50; 4: PIT 2 10:31 Suisham 25-yd. FG 7-25; 2: DET 2 10:13 Johnson 79-yd. pass from Stafford (Akers kick) 1-79; 0: PIT 2 7:19 Suisham 34-yd. FG 7-64; 2: DET 2 3:52 Johnson 19-yd. pass from Stafford (Akers kick) 5-74; 3: DET 2 1:42 Bell 2-yd. run (Akers kick) 5-62; 0: DET 2 0:04 Akers 19-yd. FG 10-50; 0: PIT 3 5:14 Suisham 21-yd. FG 10-42; 5: PIT 4 4:46 W. Johnson 1-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 16-97; 8: PIT 4 2:29 Cotchery 20-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 5-34; 1: Lions 1st Downs 21 (6-14-1) 24 (4-18-2) 3rd Downs 6-16 (38%) 6-16 (38%) 4th Downs 1-4 (25%) 1-1 (100%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 27:44 32:16 RUSHING: Det. Bell 9-49, 1 TD; Bush 12-31; Stafford 3-24; Martin 1-3. Pit. Bell 18-36; Roethlisberger 6-12; F. Jones 1-0; Dwyer 1-0; A. Brown 1-(-8). PASSING: Det. Stafford , 362, 2 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger , 367, 4 TD. RECEIVING: Det. Johnson 6-179, 2 TD; Bell 3-48; Durham 3-42; Pettigrew 3-37; Bush 2-23; Ross 1-19; Fauria Pit. Miller 8-67; A. Brown 7-147, 2 TD; Bell 4-52; Cotchery 3-48, 1 TD; Wheaton 3-38; Dwyer 2-12; Sanders 1-2; W. Johnson 1-1, 1 TD. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 301

16 REVIEW 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION Game 11 PITTSBURGH 27 CLEVELAND 11 NOVEMBER 24, 2013 FIRSTENERGY STADIUM (71,513) CLEVELAND The defense forced a seasonhigh four turnovers and QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for 217 yards and two touchdowns to beat the Browns, 27-11, at FirstEnergy Stadium. Pittsburgh took its opening possession 45 yards on nine plays, which ended in a field goal. K Shaun Suisham nailed a 47-yard field goal to give the a 3-0 lead. Cleveland responded on its ensuing drive, going 34 yards on seven plays. K Billy Cundiff connected on a 49-yard field goal to tie the game, 3-3. But it would be the last points the Browns would score until late in the fourth quarter. With less than three minutes remaining in the second quarter, Roethlisberger and WR Antonio Brown connected on a 41-yard touchdown to extend the lead, On Cleveland s next drive, S Troy Polamalu forced a fumble of Browns RB Chris Ogbonnaya, and Polamalu recovered the football. Pittsburgh s ensuing drive resulted in a field goal, as Suisham connected from 32 yards out to give the a 13-3 halftime lead. Midway through the third quarter, CB William Gay sacked and forced a fumble of QB Jason Campbell that was recovered by S Will Allen. Allen returned the fumble 49 yards to the Browns four-yard line. On the very next play, Roethlisberger threw a four-yard touchdown to WR Emmanuel Sanders to increase the lead, The defense forced two turnovers late in the fourth quarter, as Polamalu forced his second fumble of the game that was recovered by DE Cameron Heyward, and Gay picked off QB Brandon Weeden and returned it 21 yards for a touchdown to give Pittsburgh a 27-3 lead. Weeden and WR Josh Gordon connected on a one-yard touchdown late in the fourth quarter and the Browns converted the two-point attempt for their final score of the contest. STEELERS (5-6) Browns (4-7) PIT 1 10:03 Suisham 47-yd. FG 9-45; 4: CLE 1 7:21 Cundiff 49-yd. FG 7-34; 2: PIT 2 2:33 A. Brown 41-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 2-52; 0: PIT 2 0:07 Suisham 32-yd. FG 8-40; 1: PIT 3 7:43 Sanders 4-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 1-4; 0: PIT 4 4:27 Gay 21-yd. interception return (Suisham kick) ; 27-3 CLE 4 3:13 Gordon 1-yd. pass from Weeden (Weeden-Bess pass) 6-78; 1: STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS Browns 1st Downs 19 (7-12-0) 19 (4-15-0) 3rd Downs 4-14 (29%) 6-17 (35%) 4th Downs 0-1 (0%) 1-2 (50%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 33:39 26:21 RUSHING: Pit. Bell 23-80; F. Jones 2-9; Dwyer 6-7; Roethlisberger 2-(-3); A. Brown 1-(-8) Cle. Ogbonnaya 4-26; Whittaker 6-16; McGahee 4-12; Weeden 1-2; Campbell 1-(-1). PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 217, 2 TD. Cle. Weeden , 209, 1 TD; Campbell , 124. RECEIVING: Pit. A. Brown 6-92, 1 TD; Sanders 6-52, 1 TD; Miller 5-41; Bell 2-18; W. Johnson 1-9; F. Jones 1-4; Dwyer 1-1. Cle. Gordon , 1 TD; Bess 5-27; Cameron 2-32; Little 2-17; Ogbonnaya 2-15; Whittaker

17 Game 12 BALTIMORE 22 PITTSBURGH 20 NOVEMBER 28, 2013 M&T BANK STADIUM (71,005) BALTIMORE With less than two minutes remaining, the failed to convert a two-point attempt and did not recover the ensuing onside kick, and lost to the Baltimore Ravens, 22-20, at M&T Bank Stadium. On Baltimore s first drive, QB Joe Flacco and WR Torrey Smith connected on a 54-yard pass and then on a seven-yard touchdown to give the Ravens an early 7-0 lead. Midway through the second quarter, K Justin Tucker connected on a 43-yard field goal to increase Baltimore s lead, Tucker nailed a 34-yarder on the Ravens first drive of the second half to give Baltimore a 13-0 lead. On the ensuing drive, QB Ben Roethlisberger led the team on a seven-play, 80-yard drive that was capped off by an eight-yard touchdown pass to WR Emmanuel Sanders to cut the lead, But on the Ravens next drive, WR Jacoby Jones returned the kickoff 73 yards. Five plays later, Tucker made a 38-yard field goal to give Baltimore a 16-7 lead. Tucker added a 45-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to increase Baltimore s lead, Pittsburgh then marched 60 yards in 10 plays and scored on a one-yard run by RB Le Veon Bell. Baltimore responded on its next drive as Tucker made his fifth field goal of the game, a 48-yarder, to give Baltimore a lead. Roethlisberger then led the on a 13-play, 79-yard drive that ended with a one-yard touchdown pass to WR Jerricho Cotchery. Trailing 22-20, the attempted to tie the game with a two-point conversion, but Roethlisberger s pass to Sanders fell incomplete. STEELERS (5-7) Ravens (6-6) BAL 1 9:18 Smith 7-yd. pass from Flacco (Tucker kick) 8-71; 3: BAL 2 3:01 Tucker 43-yd. FG 9-31; 4: BAL 3 9:21 Tucker 34-yd. FG 13-52; 5: PIT 3 6:26 Sanders 8-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 7-80; 2: BAL 3 3:49 Tucker 38-yd. FG 5-7; 2: BAL 4 13:59 Tucker 45-yd. FG 7-37; 3: PIT 4 9:32 Bell 1-yd. run (Suisham kick) 10-60; 4: BAL 4 5:37 Tucker 48-yd. FG 7-36; 3: PIT 4 1:03 Cotchery 1-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (pass failed) 13-79; 4: Ravens 1st Downs 22 (5-15-2) 16 (4-11-1) 3rd Downs 7-13 (54%) (59%) 4th Downs 1-2 (50%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 30:04 29:56 RUSHING: Pit , 1 TD; Roethlisberger 1-11; Suisham 1-(-12). Bal. Pierce 9-35; Rice 12-32; Flacco 4-7. PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 257, 2 TD. Bal. Flacco , 251, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Pit. Miller 8-86; Bell 7-63; Sanders 6-43, 1 TD; A. Brown 5-59; Cotchery 2-6, 1 TD. Bal. Smith 6-93, 1 TD; Rice 6-38; Jones 4-53; Pierce 3-4; Stokley 2-27; Dickson 1-16; Brown 1-12; Clark 1-8. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 303

18 REVIEW RECORDS STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION Game 13 MIAMI 34 PITTSBURGH 28 DECEMEBER 8, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (52,489) PITTSBURGH The last second attempt to score a touchdown ended when WR Antonio Brown stepped out of bounds, and Pittsburgh lost, 34-28, to the Miami Dolphins at Heinz Field. On the final play, there were numerous laterals and it appeared Brown scored a touchdown, but he stepped out of bounds at the Dolphins 12-yard line. QB Ben Roethlisberger and WR Emmanuel Sanders connected on a five-yard touchdown pass late in the first quarter to give Pittsburgh the early 7-0 lead. On the play, Roethlisberger passed Terry Bradshaw (212) for the most passing touchdowns in franchise history during the regular season. The Dolphins then scored 17 unanswered points. K Caleb Sturgis made a 30-yard field goal, QB Ryan Tannehill threw a six-yard pass to TE Charles Clay and RB Daniel Thomas scored on a four-yard run to give Miami a 17-7 lead early in the third quarter. But the quickly took a lead, scoring twice in less than one minute. Roethlisberger and Brown connected on a 43-yard touchdown, and S Troy Polamalu picked off Tannehill and returned it 19 yards for a score. Miami scored on its ensuing possession when Tannehill threw a four-yard touchdown pass to WR Brian Hartline to give the Dolphins a lead. Pittsburgh responded on its next drive, going 78 yards on 11 plays. Roethlisberger capped off the drive with a 16-yard touchdown pass to WR Jerricho Cotchery to give Pittsburgh a lead. The Dolphins marched 80 yards in just four plays on their final drive. Thomas had a 55-yard run to the 16-yard line, and two plays later Tannehill and Clay connected on a 12-yard touchdown to give the Dolphins the decisive victory. Dolphins (7-6) STEELERS (5-8) PIT 1 4:20 Sanders 5-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 12-74; 7: MIA 1 0:40 Sturgis 30-yd. FG 8-64; 3: MIA 2 8:15 Clay 6-yd. pass from Tannehill (Sturgis kick) 5-31; 2: MIA 3 10:50 Thomas 4-yd. run (Sturgis kick) 9-80; 4: PIT 3 8:58 A. Brown 43-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 4-83; 1: PIT 3 8:05 Polamalu 19-yd. interception return (Suisham kick) ; MIA 3 4:52 Hartline 4-yd. pass from Tannehill (Sturgis kick) 7-71; 3: PIT 4 14:56 Cotchery 16-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 11-78; 4: MIA 4 2:53 Clay 12-yd. pass from Tannehill (Sturgis kick) 4-80; 1: MIA 4 1:08 Sturgis 27-yd. FG 4-0; 1: Dolphins 1st Downs 18 (5-12-1) 16 (4-12-1) 3rd Downs 6-14 (43%) 8-17 (47%) 4th Downs 0-0 (0%) 1-2 (50%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 28:55 31:05 RUSHING: Mia. Thomas , 1 TD; Tannehill 3-56; Miller Pit. Bell 15-61; Dwyer 3-8; Roethlisberger 1-8; Jones 2-7. PASSING: Mia. Tannehill , 200, 3 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger , 349, 3 TD. RECEIVING: Mia. Clay 7-97, 2 TD; Hartline 5-51, 1 TD; Wallace 2-19; Miller 2-13; Sims 1-7; Matthews 1-5; Thomas 1-4; Thigpen 1-4. Pit. A. Brown 5-138, 1 TD; Cotchery 5-57, 1 TD; Bell 5-19; Sanders 4-65, 1 TD; Miller 3-56; W. Johnson

19 Game 14 PITTSBURGH 30 CINCINNATI 20 DECEMEBER 15, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (45,873) PITTSBURGH The raced to a 21-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and defeated the Bengals, 30-20, on Sunday Night Football at Heinz Field. After Pittsburgh s defense forced a three-and-out on Cincinnati s first possession, Bengals P Kevin Huber fumbled the snap and was tackled at the one-yard line by S Will Allen. RB Le Veon Bell scored on a one-yard run two plays later to give Pittsburgh a 7-0 lead. QB Ben Roethlisberger and WR Antonio Brown connected on a 12-yard touchdown to give the a 14-0 lead late in the first quarter. Pittsburgh s defense forced another Bengals three-and-out and Brown made a splash play in the return game. Brown returned the punt 67 yards for a score to give the team a commanding 21-0 lead. It marked Brown s longest career punt return. K Shaun Suisham nailed a 25-yard field goal to put Pittsburgh up, 24-0, early in the second quarter. Cincinnati RB Giovani Bernard scored on a one-yard run midway through the second quarter to cut the lead, But with less than two minutes remaining in the first half, Suisham made a 45-yarder to increase Pittsburgh s lead, 27-7, at halftime. Suisham added a 26-yard field goal midway through the third for the final points of the contest. The Bengals tried to mount a comeback, scoring twice in the fourth quarter. QB Andy Dalton s one-yard pass to TE Tyler Eifert and Dalton s 13-yard pass to WR Marvin Jones got the Bengals within 10 points, 30-20, but the offense picked up a key first down to run out the clock. Bengals (9-5) STEELERS (6-8) PIT 1 9:58 Bell 1-yd. run (Suisham kick) 2-1; 0: PIT 1 2:16 A. Brown 12-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 8-47; 4: PIT 1 1:12 A. Brown 67-yd. punt return (Suisham kick) --; PIT 2 9:36 Suisham 25-yd. FG 11-60; 4: CIN 2 5:14 Bernard 1-yd. run (Nugent kick) 9-47; 4: PIT 2 1:14 Suisham 45-yd. FG 10-46; 4: PIT 3 6:18 Suisham 26-yd. FG 9-55; 4: CIN 4 14:09 Eifert 1-yd. pass from Dalton (Nugent kick) 13-63; 7: CIN 4 5:46 Jones 13-yd. pass from Dalton (pass failed) 10-75; 4: Bengals 1st Downs 19 (5-13-1) 19 (6-11-2) 3rd Downs 4-14 (29%) 2-10 (20%) 4th Downs 3-5 (60%) 2-2 (100%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 28:24 31:36 RUSHING: Cin. Bernard 13-33, 1 TD; Dalton 4-20; Green-Ellis 4-4; Huber 1-0. Pit. Bell 24-57, 1 TD; Dwyer 6-26; Jones 5-22; A. Brown 1-1. PASSING: Cin. Dalton , 230, 2 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger , 191, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Cin. Green 9-93; Jones 5-48, 1 TD; Eifert 3-33, 1 TD; Gresham 3-23; Sanu 3-20; Bernard Pit. A. Brown 5-66, 1 TD; Bell 5-50; Sanders 5-38; Miller 4-35; Cotchery 1-2. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 305

20 REVIEW RECORDS STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION Game 15 PITTSBURGH 38 GREEN BAY 31 DECEMEBER 22, 2013 LAMBEAU FIELD (77,999) GREEN BAY, Wisc. The defense stopped the Packers last-second attempt to tie the game and defeated Green Bay, 38-31, at Lambeau Field. The Packers struck first, taking a 7-0 lead on QB Matt Flynn s five-yard touchdown pass to WR Jarrett Boykin. Pittsburgh tied the game, 7-7, at the end of the first quarter when QB Ben Roethlisberger threw a one-yard touchdown to WR Emmanuel Sanders. RB Eddie Lacy s 14-yard touchdown run gave Green Bay a 14-7 lead late in the second quarter. K Shaun Suisham connected on a 31-yard field goal right before halftime to cut the lead to at the break. Roethlisberger scored on a 13-yard run to give Pittsburgh a lead early in the third quarter. The Packers responded as Lacy scored on a two-yard run to give Green Bay a advantage. But Pittsburgh scored 14 straight points to take a lead. TE Matt Spaeth and Roethlisberger connected on an 11-yard touchdown and on Green Bay s ensuing possession, CB Cortez Allen picked off Flynn and returned it 40 yards for a touchdown. The Packers then scored 10 straight points to tie the game, K Mason Crosby made a 22-yard field goal and FB John Kuhn scored on a one-yard run to even up the score. On the first play after the two-minute warning, S Troy Polamalu forced a fumble on Flynn and DE Brett Keisel recovered it. On Pittsburgh s ensuing possession, RB Le Veon Bell scored on a one-yard run to give Pittsburgh a lead. CB Micah Hyde then returned a kickoff 70 yards to set the Packers up in territory. But as time expired, Flynn s pass fell incomplete. STEELERS (7-8) Packers (7-7-1) GB 1 4:02 Boykin 5-yd. pass from Flynn (Crosby kick) 13-87; 5: PIT 1 0:01 Sanders 1-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 7-73; 4: GB 2 1:53 Lacy 14-yd. run (Crosby kick) 7-71; 2: PIT 2 0:02 Suisham 31-yd. FG 8-32; 1: PIT 3 11:51 Roethlisberger 13-yd. run (Suisham kick) 6-75; 3: GB 3 5:19 Lacy 2-yd. run (Crosby kick) 4-3; 1: PIT 3 1:55 Spaeth 11-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 6-68; 3: PIT 3 1:37 C. Allen 40-yd. interception return (Suisham kick) ; GB 4 12:04 Crosby 22-yd. FG 6-19; 2: GB 4 7:14 Kuhn 1-yd. run (Crosby kick) 6-58; 3: PIT 4 1:25 Bell 1-yd. run (Suisham kick) 5-17; 0: Packers 1st Downs 21 (8-10-3) 26 ( ) 3rd Downs 2-10 (20%) 6-14 (43%) 4th Downs 2-2 (100%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 26:40 33:20 RUSHING: Pit. Bell , 1 TD; Roethlisberger 1-13, 1 TD; Jones 1-7; Dwyer 1-7. G.B. Lacy 15-84, 2 TD; Starks 10-47; Kuhn 3-12, 1 TD; Flynn 2-8. PASSING: Pit. Roethlisberger , 167, 2 TD; McBriar 1-1-0, 30. G.B. Flynn , 232, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Pit. A. Brown 6-105; Miller 3-17; Sanders 2-7, 1 TD; Paulson 1-30; Spaeth 1-11, 1 TD; Cotchery 1-9; Dwyer 1-7; W. Johnson 1-6; Bell 1-5. G.B. Jones 9-84; Boykin 5-54, 1 TD; Nelson 3-46; Lacy 2-6; Starks 1-23; Quarless

21 Game 16 PITTSBURGH 20 CLEVELAND 7 DECEMEBER 29, 2013 HEINZ FIELD (56,361) PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh ended its 2013 campaign with three straight wins, including a 20-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns in the season finale at Heinz Field. With the win, the recorded at least eight victories for the 10th straight regular season. On the first drive, QB Ben Roethlisberger and WR Jerricho Cotchery connected on two straight plays. First, Roethlisberger and Cotchery converted a third-and-10 with a 12-yard pass, and on the very next play, Roethlisberger threw a nine-yard touchdown pass to Cotchery. It marked Cotchery s team-leading 10th receiving touchdown of the season. Late in the second quarter, RB Le Veon Bell scored on a five-yard run to give the a 14-0 advantage. Bell finished the game with 96 yards from scrimmage to give him 1,259 on the season, passing Franco Harris (1,235) for the most yards from scrimmage by a rookie in a single-season in team history. K Shaun Suisham made a 30-yard field goal in the third quarter and a 32-yarder in the fourth quarter to give Pittsburgh a 20-0 lead. Suisham finished the season 30-of-32 on field goals, which are the third-most made field goals in a single-season in franchise history. His FG percentage of 93.8 was a franchise best (min. 15 att.) in the regular season. Cleveland RB Fozzy Whittaker scored on a 35-yard touchdown pass from QB Jason Campbell late in the contest to prevent the Pittsburgh shutout. WR Antonio Brown finished with game-highs in receptions (9) and receiving yards (87). Brown became the first player in NFL history to record at least five receptions and 50 receiving yards in all 16 regularseason contests. Browns (4-12) STEELERS (8-8) PIT 1 9:53 Cotchery 9-yd. pass from Roethlisberger (Suisham kick) 9-62; 3: PIT 2 4:22 Bell 5-yd. run (Suisham kick) 14-67; 8: PIT 3 3:50 Suisham 30-yd. FG 11-54; 5: PIT 4 8:26 Suisham 32-yd. FG 4-8; 2: CLE 4 2:46 Whittaker 35-yd. pass from Campbell (Cundiff kick) 9-70; 2: Browns 1st Downs 15 (4-10-1) 17 (6-11-0) 3rd Downs 6-15 (40%) 5-12 (42%) 4th Downs 0-3 (0%) 0-0 (0%) Total Net Yards Plays-Avg Rushing Yards Rush Att.-Avg Passing Yards Att.-Comp.-Int Sacks By Punts-Avg Penalties Fumbles-Lost Time of Poss. 29:43 30:17 RUSHING: Cle. Baker 18-69; Campbell 1-6; Gray 1-4. Pit. Bell 20-90, 1 TD; Jones 2-11; Dwyer 3-10; Roethlisberger 4-9. PASSING: Cle. Campbell , 240, 1 TD. Pit. Roethlisberger , 179, 1 TD. RECEIVING: Cle. Gordon 7-82; Cameron 5-69; Cooper 5-34; Whittaker 2-38, 1 TD; Baker 2-(-1); Little 1-9; Ogbonnaya 1-9. Pit. A. Brown 9-87; Cotchery 3-25, 1 TD; Sanders 2-26; Miller 2-17; W. Johnson 1-9; Dwyer 1-9; Bell 1-6. MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 307

22 REVIEW RECORDS STEELERS HISTORY 2013 IN REVIEW 2014 PLAYERS FOOTBALL STAFF MEDIA INFORMATION 2013 REGULAR-SEASON OFFENSE STARTING LINEUPS Opponent WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB FB TENNESSEE (9/8) Sanders Adams Foster Pouncey DeCastro Gilbert Paulson A. Brown Roethlisberger Redman Beachum (TE) at Cincinnati (9/16) Sanders Adams Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Paulson A. Brown Roethlisberger F. Jones Cotchery (WR) CHICAGO (9/22) Sanders Adams Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger F. Jones W. Johnson at Minnesota (9/29) Wheaton Adams Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller D. Johnson Roethlisberger Bell W. Johnson at N.Y. Jets (10/13) D. Johnson (TE) Beachum Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Paulson (TE) BALTIMORE (10/20) Adams (TE) Beachum Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell W. Johnson at Oakland (10/27) Sanders Beachum Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Paulson (TE) at New England (11/3) Sanders Beachum Foster Velasco Whimper Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Adams (TE) BUFFALO (11/10) Adams (TE) Beachum Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell W. Johnson DETROIT (11/17) Sanders Beachum Whimper Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Cotchery (WR) at Cleveland (11/24) Sanders Beachum Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Adams (TE) at Baltimore (11/28) Adams (TE) Beachum Foster Velasco DeCastro Gilbert Miller Cotchery Roethlisberger Bell W. Johnson MIAMI (12/8) Sanders Adams Foster Wallace DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Cotchery (WR) CINCINNATI (12/15) Cotchery Beachum Foster Wallace DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Spaeth (TE) at Green Bay (12/22) Sanders Beachum Foster Wallace DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Spaeth (TE) CLEVELAND (12/29) Sanders Beachum Foster Wallace DeCastro Gilbert Miller A. Brown Roethlisberger Bell Cotchery (WR) Game played at Wembley Stadium in London 308

23 REGULAR-SEASON DEFENSE STARTING LINEUPS Opponent LE NT RE LOLB LILB RILB ROLB RCB LCB SS FS TENNESSEE (9/8) Hood McLendon Keisel Woodley Foote Timmons Worilds C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark at Cincinnati (9/16) Hood McLendon Keisel Woodley Wilson Timmons J. Jones Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark CHICAGO (9/22) Heyward Thomas (DB) Keisel Woodley Wilson Timmons J. Jones Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark at Minnesota (9/29) Hood McLendon Keisel Woodley Williams Timmons J. Jones C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark at N.Y. Jets (10/13) Heyward Thomas (S) Keisel Woodley Gay (CB) Timmons J. Jones C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark BALTIMORE (10/20) Heyward McLendon Keisel Woodley Williams Timmons Worilds Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark at Oakland (10/27) Heyward McLendon Keisel Woodley Williams Timmons Worilds Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark at New England (11/3) Heyward McLendon Keisel Woodley Williams Timmons Worilds Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark BUFFALO (11/10) Heyward McLendon Keisel Woodley Williams Timmons Worilds Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark DETROIT (11/17) Heyward Hood C. Allen (CB) Worilds Williams Timmons J. Jones Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark at Cleveland (11/24) Heyward McLendon Hood Worilds Williams Timmons J. Jones Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark at Baltimore (11/28) Heyward Woods Keisel Worilds Williams Timmons J. Jones Gay Taylor Polamalu Clark MIAMI (12/8) Heyward McLendon Hood Worilds Williams Timmons Woodley C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark CINCINNATI (12/15) Heyward Woods Hood Worilds Williams Timmons Woodley C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark at Green Bay (12/22) Heyward Gay (CB) Keisel Worilds Garvin Timmons Carter C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark CLEVELAND (12/29) Heyward McLendon Keisel Sylvester Williams Timmons J. Jones C. Allen Taylor Polamalu Clark Game played at Wembley Stadium in London MEDIA INFORMATION FOOTBALL STAFF 2014 PLAYERS 2013 IN REVIEW STEELERS HISTORY RECORDS 309

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