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Last 3 games
15/10/2017 – Steelers 19 – 13 Chiefs
15/01/2017 – Steelers 18 – 16 Chiefs
02/10/2016 – Chiefs 14 – 43 Steelers
The story so far
The Steelers opened the season in Cleavland last week with a tie. They led the game 21-7 at the end of the 3rd quarter before the browns produced a 4th quarter comeback and missed an overtime field goal that would of given them their first win in 18 months.
Head to head with the Chiefs
Steelers lead 23-11
One to watch
James Conner – In the absence of Le’veon Bell, Conner had 31 carries for 135 yards and two touchdowns against the Browns. Conner also had five receptions for 57 yards.
Patrick Mahomes V Ben Roethlisberger
Roethlisberger threw 3 interceptions and losing 2 fumbles in week 1 but even at 36 years old, Roethlisberger remains as one of the league’s best at lengthening the play when things break down, and he’s historically played well following poor outings in his career.
Mahomes had a great week 1 with 4 touchdowns and 256 yards.
Eric Berry – Heel Doubtful
Ben Niemann – Hamstring Out
Kendall Fuller – Thumb
Justin Hamilton – Ankle
Reggie Ragland – Knee
Darrel Williams – Shoulder
Kahlil McKenzie – Illness
What they said
“He went crazy. He had a good game,” said Artie Burns. “We’re going to prepare for him. We’re going to look at the film, see how we can slow him down, and have a good game.
“Tyreek is a big play maker, as well as (Travis) Kelce. We just got to make sure we get the ball down once they catch it.”
What we said
“Every game has been a little bit different, but the end result was that they won the game,” said Head Coach Andy Reid. “When you play this crew, you have to play a complete game, you have to do it for four quarters. Given opportunities, you have to take advantage on both sides of the ball and special teams. That normally is what [decides] a game when two good teams are playing each other. Eliminate some mistakes in certain places, and you’ll be alright.”