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Pittsburgh has gone 5-1 against the Panthers all-time, with its only loss coming in the first matchup in 1996. The Steelers have scored at least 25 points in each of their five consecutive victories against Carolina, tied for their longest streak of 25+ points versus any single opponent all-time.

The Panthers beat the Buccaneers last week for their third win in a row and fifth in six games. Carolina averaged 39.0 points over the past two games - second in the NFL (Ind -- 42.0) - but both were at home. The Panthers are 5-0 at home, averaging 31.6 points, but 1-2 on the road while averaging 20.7 points.

The Steelers beat the Ravens in Baltimore, 23-16, to win their fourth straight game after starting the season 1-2-1. Pittsburgh has allowed fewer than 20 points in two straight games and is now 19-0 since 2016 when doing so. Houston (12-0) is the only other undefeated team in such games in that span.

Pittsburgh ranks second in the NFL in red zone touchdown efficiency at 75.0 percent, trailing only Cincinnati (76.9 percent). Carolina leads the NFC in this statistic, ranking fifth in the NFL at 72.4 percent.

Cam Newton has thrown for two touchdowns with zero interceptions in each of Carolina's last three games. He is one game shy of matching his longest streak with multiple touchdowns and zero interceptions, achieved in the 2012 season.

Antonio Brown has at least one touchdown catch in six consecutive games, the longest streak of his career and tied with Minnesota's Adam Thielen for the longest active streak in the NFL. Brown's 68 TD receptions are sixth-most among active players, three behind Green Bay's Jimmy Graham for fifth.

 

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Even more scoring than I thought. God damn, way to play tonight Pittsburgh.

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Yeah, they're trending in the right direction to smack the Chiefs in Arrowhead in the playoffs only to lose to the Pats again. Mike Tomlin ain't beating Bill Belichick in the playoffs lol.

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Well of course... but you know who is?

 

Buttchin. Go Texans. (yeah fucking right, no one in this AFC stands a chance)

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