Special Sub-Topic: 2006 Pittsburgh Steelers
|Who was the leader in most catches and most receiving yards by a landslide?|
Hines Ward. Hines had 74 catches for 975 yards. Santonio Holmes, who came in second in both, had 49 catches for 824 yards.
|Who led the Pittsburgh Steelers' rushing game with the highest average yards per carry?|
Hines Ward. The Steelers' wide receiver led them in average yards per catch with 15 yards per catch. The Steelers' starting running back, Willie Parker, only had 4.4 average yards per carry.
|How many touchdowns did the Steelers' special teams, punt return, and kickoff return units, have during the season?|
1. The sole scorer was second-year receiver Santonio Holmes. He had a punt return which went 65 yards for a touchdown.
|Who was the Steeler that had the most sacks in the season?|
Joey Porter. Clark Haggans had 6 sacks which was one from tying Joey Porter with his 7 sacks. Joey was traded to the Miami Dolphins in the offseason.
|How many fumbles were forced during the season?|
13. The leaders with two each are as follows: James Farrior, Larry Foote, Clark Haggans, and Deshea Townsend. Their opponents had forced two more than the Steelers.
|Of all fumbles in the season, how many did the Steelers recover?|
9. Aaron Smith led the fumbles recovered with three. He was the only Steeler to recover more than one fumble and didn't force a fumble that he recovered.
|Who were the leading Steelers with interceptions?|
Troy Polamalu and Bryant McFadden. Both Troy and Bryant intercepted 3 passes. Bryant went 39 yards with those interceptions, while Troy went 51 yards. That equaled 90 out of Pittsburgh's 272 interception yards.
|Which Steeler receiver had the longest reception in the season?|
Heath Miller. Heath had an 87-yard reception, while Hines' longest was only 70 yards. That reception was tied for the longest in the NFL for 2006. He was tied with Mark Clayton of Baltimore.
|What percentage of field goals did Jeff Reed make?|
74. Jeff was 100% from 0-19, 85% from 20-29, 72% from 30-39, 57% from 40-49, and 100% from 50+. He was only 29th best out of 33 in the NFL, and 13th best out of 16 in the AFC.
|What percentage of passes thrown in the season were caught? |
60. Oddly enough, even including Charlie Batch's passes, Ben's percentage was the same as the whole team.
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