It has been no secret that the Steelers have struggled on the road this season, particularly on defense, where they are not nearly as good as they are within the friendly confines of Heinz Field.
But the numbers are alarming.
At home, the Steelers have given up an average of 12 points per game. On the road, that number climbs to just over 26 points per game.
That's not a good trend, especially when facing a high-powered offense like the Giants on the road.
But Ben Roethlisberger has also been at his best on the road this season as well, throwing eight touchdown passes in those four road games - against just three interceptions - while averaging 317.5 yards per game.
And because of Roethlisberger working against a banged up Giants' secondary, the Steelers will keep this game close and have a chance to win it at the end.
This game has all the looks of one that will go to whichever quarterback has the ball last.
Eli Manning owns 23 career fourth quarter comebacks, including an astounding nine since the start of the 2011 season.
Roethlisberger has 29 such comebacks on his resume, though just three in the last season and a half.
Part of the reason for that is because New York's pass defense has been so bad - and the offense will go an entire half without doing anything.
Witness last week's 29-24 win at Dallas for an example. The Giants built a 23-0 lead in the first half thanks to a bunch of Cowboys' turnovers, then had to rally to win after falling behind 24-23 in the fourth quarter.
But the Steelers have gone through some similar lulls with Roethlisberger. The Steelers have built leads in all three of their losses this season, only to see them slip away when the offense stops scoring and the defense can't hold up.
The Giants are favored by 3 1/2 points in this one and that half point just might be the difference.
Take the Steelers to cover in a 27-24 loss.
@ LaMarr Woodley was back on the practice field today for the Steelers and will play against the Giants.
That's the good news.
The bad is that running back Jonathan Dwyer, coming off back-to-back 100-yard games, was unable to practice and is doubtful to play.
With Rashard Mendenhall also doubtful, Isaac Redman will get the bulk of the carries for the Steelers.