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Steelers set an all-time offensive record

Antonio Brown, Markus Wheaton


When the Raiders and Steelers got together on Sunday, it was hardly an old-school, black-and-blue defensive struggle. In fact, the outcome was historic from an offensive standpoint.

According to the league, the Steelers became the first team in league history to have one player with 300 or more yards from scrimmage and another player with 200 or more yards from scrimmage in the same game.

Receiver Antonio Brown had 306 yards, with 284 receiving and 22 rushing. Running back DeAngelo Williams added 170 rushing and 55 receiving, for a total of 225.

Brown and Williams accounted for 531 yards. The rest of the Pittsburgh offense accounted for 66.