The Ravens and Steelers renew one of the NFL's best rivalries at M&T Bank Stadium Oct. 1, and although the Steelers registered a dramatic, 31-27 win on Christmas last year, the Ravens have had the edge in the series lately. The Ravens have won six of the past eight meetings between the teams, including the past four at M&T Bank Stadium.
Here are some other key numbers as the AFC North archrivals prepare for their latest meeting:
0: Sacks by Terrell Suggs in his past six games against the Steelers. However, in 28 career games against the Steelers (including playoffs), he has 19.5 sacks, the most by any opponent in Steelers franchise history.
4: Receptions by Ravens wide receivers during the 44-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars Sept. 24, with none going for more than 8 yards. "If you don't get everybody involved and get those guys' confidence going and level of play really going, you have no shot," quarterback Joe Flacco said.
9: Seconds left when Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown lunged across the goal line for the game-winning score last Christmas night at Heinz Field. It was the third touchdown of the fourth quarter for the Steelers, and the loss eliminated the Ravens from playoff contention.
15: Total yards by the Ravens in the first half last week against Jacksonville, with 19 rushing and minus-4 net passing. It was the lowest total for a half in franchise history.
46: Career games between the Ravens and Steelers, with the Steelers holding a 25-21 edge, including 3-1 in the playoffs. The Ravens have gone 11-10 against the Steelers under head coach John Harbaugh.
62: Career games played by linebacker Jonathan Freeny, who was signed by the Ravens this week. Freeny, added to the 53-man roster after defensive end Brent Urban went on injured reserve, played 18 games during the past two seasons with the New England Patriots after spending his first three NFL seasons with the Miami Dolphins.
82: Rushing yards by running back Alex Collins against the Jaguars last week on nine carries. That was a career-high for the second-year back, who has a team-high 7.8 yards per carry (16 carries for 124 yards).
95: Distance, in yards, of Mike Wallace's touchdown catch against the Steelers last year, which opened the scoring during a 21-14 Ravens win at M&T Bank Stadium. It is the longest offensive play in Ravens regular-season history.
121.3: Passing yards per game by the Ravens this year, which ranks last in the league, more than 40 yards less than the 31st-ranked Houston Texans. The Ravens also rank last in passing yards per play (4.39) and total offense (263.7 yards per game).
4,042: Receiving yards by Wallace in four seasons with the Steelers (2009-2012). Wallace had a career-high 1,257 yards with the Steelers in 2010, and he followed that with 1,193 yards the next season. His third 1,000-yard season came last year with the Ravens (1,017).