Antonio Brown/Martavis Bryant (Wide Receivers): Bryant outshined Brown this week as only Bryant could find the end zone. Brown got a ton of targets but could never get in rhythm against this Seattle secondary. Brown finished the game hauling in 6 of 12 targets for 51 yards. His counterpart Bryant caught 5 of 13 targets for 69 yards and had one 11 yard carry that got him into the end zone.
Ben Roethlisberger (Quarterback): Roethlisberger suffered a concussion in the third quarter of this game however he still managed to have a pretty productive day prior to his injury. Roethlisberger completed 36 of 55 passing attempts for 456 yards and a touchdown. Roethlisberger did throw 2 interceptions however he had a pretty successful day against one of the strongest defenses in the league.
DeAngelo Williams (Running Back): Williams saw very little work on the ground as he only had 8 rushing attempts for 29 yards and a touchdown. He picked up most of his yardage through the air as he hauled in all 7 of his targets for 88 yards.
Thomas Rawls (Running Back): Rawls has proven to be a capable running back even while replacing Marshawn Lynch. Lynch struggled while he was on the field to run behind this offensive line however Rawls is making it look fairly easy. Rawls ended his day by rushing for 81 yards and a touchdown on 21 attempts.
Russell Wilson (Quarterback): Wilson had his best game of the season by far. He stayed away from scrambling and running out of the pocket; instead he stepped up and threw accurate deep passes. Wilson finished his day completing 21 of 30 passing attempts for 345 yards and 5 touchdowns.