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Friday Factoid: Week 13 Steelers vs. Colts edition

The Steelers and Colts, two AFC rivals, battle it out on Sunday evening at Heinz Field.

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The Indianapolis Colts have managed to salvage their season after a start so slow head Coach Chuch Pagano's job was rumored to be in jeopardy. The Steelers suffered a disappointing loss after their bye week against the Seattle Seahawks. Let's take a look at some key facts about the two teams going into Sunday evening's game.

In terms of numbers alone, the Pittsburgh Steelers have an edge over the Indianapolis Colts.

Total Yards Per Game:

Pittsburgh: 398.8

Indianapolis: 345.0

Passing Yards Per Game:

Pittsburgh: 278.9

Indianapolis: 253.0

Rush Yards Per Game:

Pittsburgh: 119.9

Indianapolis: 92.0

Top Running Back:

Pittsburgh: DeAngelo Williams- 115 carries for 563 yards, 6 TDs

Indianapolis: Frank Gore- 181 carries for 657 yards, 4 TDs

Top Receiver:

Pittsburgh: Antonio Brown- 85 receptions for 1193 yards, 5 TDs

Indianapolis: T.Y. Hilton- 51 receptions for 819 yards, 5 TDs

Points per game allowed:

Pittsburgh: 20.9

Indianapolis: 23.6

History of Rivalry:

Pittsburgh has won 21 games; Indianapolis has won 6

The last regular season game that the Colts won was in 2008

Last time the two teams played was last October during the 2014 season. The Steelers won 51-34