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    Weather forecast: 61 degrees farenheit, Mosttly Cloudy. 4 mph West winds

    Line: Steelers -4, Over/Under: 47

    Against the Spread:
    Chiefs are 1-2 Overall, 0-1 as Underdog and 0-1 Away
    Steelers are 2-1 Overall, 1-0 as Favorite and 1-0 at Home

    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:
    "We have a few young guys and we have a few veterans. The veterans need to talk to the younger ones and tell them what it’s all about. A lot of these guys came from big schools, so they’re used to playing in front of big crowds and that’s what we’ll have. It’ll be exciting and it’ll be a great atmosphere to play in."--Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid

    Steelers: "To me, tackling is a lot of, who was it, Lombardi who said pretend like somebody took something from you and you have to get it back. That’s tackling."-- Steelers Free Safety Mike Mitchell

    Injury Report:




    Chiefs


    Jah Reid T Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Charcandrick West RB Ankle Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Tamba Hali LB Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Questionable
    Jamaal Charles RB Knee Limited Participation in Practice Questionable
    Phillip Gaines CB Knee Limited Participation in Practice Questionable




    Steelers
    Ramon Foster G Chest Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Senquez Golson CB Foot Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Eli Rogers WR Toe Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Ryan Shazier LB Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Cody Wallace C Knee Did Not Participate In Practice Out
    Robert Golden S Hamstring Limited Participation in Practice Out
    Roosevelt Nix RB Back Limited Participation in Practice Out
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    Chiefs vs. Steelers: Game Preview
    From Chiefs.com

    Posted Oct 1, 2016

    Pete Sweeney
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    The Chiefs head to Heinz Field in Pittsburgh for Sunday Night Football

    There is something about Sunday Night Football that makes the game at hand feel a little bit more important.


    “You get ready to play under the lights,” quarterback Alex Smith, whose Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) take on the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1) this Sunday night, said this week. “As a pro, that happens less and less. These are primetime games with everybody watching and they’re fun—you embrace them. It will be an amazing atmosphere with a ton of energy.”


    Heinz Field in Pittsburgh has been good to the Steelers in recent years. During the past three seasons, the Steelers are 13-4 during the regular season at home.


    “It will be loud for sure,” Smith added. “Every place is loud and we’ll have to be good communicating in all forms. This will be loud and we anticipate that. We’ll need to be good on the details.”

    Smith and the offense could be in for a boost with the possible return of running backJamaal Charles, who for the first time this season, is listed as questionable.

    “It’s been good,” head coach Andy Reid said Friday of Charles’ practice week. “He’s done a little bit of team, a little bit of scout. He’s mixed it in and out and looks like he’s getting better all the time. We’ll just have to see how he does here.”


    Starting right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who had been dealing with a high-ankle sprain, practiced all week. Staring left guard Parker Ehinger, who is dealing with a concussion, was limited all week. Neither has an official injury designation headed into Sunday night. Jah Reid is officially listed as out due to both knee and ankle injuries.


    With Charles questionable and Charcandrick West (ankle) out, Spencer Ware would be in line to once again receive the bulk of the snaps at the running back position.

    Ware has already been putting together a fantastic season to this point, as his 387 yards from scrimmage statistic is good for fourth in the entire league.





    “Spencer, he’s worked very hard at doing it, at getting himself right,” Reid said this week. “Remember, he started off as a fullback, so he put on some weight and then he was thrown in as a halfback holding all of that weight. He made the team as really a fullback, catch-all kind of guy.

    “This offseason, he kicked himself down to what you’d be as a tailback and is productive here. He has a good coach, Eric Bieniemy, he understands the position, he listens to everything, easy to coach, smart.”

    Ware could be aided by the fact that the Pittsburgh tackle leader, inside linebacker Ryan Shazier, will be out due to a knee injury. Starting safety Robert Golden will also miss the game with a foot injury.

    As a whole, the Steelers defense has struggled to this point of the season, giving up 407.3 yards per game for a rank of No. 26 in the league.

    The Pittsburgh offense has been a bit better.

    To complement the offensive weapons of QB Ben Roethlisberger and wide receiver Antonio Brown, the Steelers welcome back RB Le’Veon Bell back into the fold after his three-game suspension.




    According Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin, the Chiefs should expect a regular dose of Bell on Sunday night.

    "His level of conditioning is not a concern to us," Tomlin said at a press conference Tuesday. "He's a guy that's highly conditioned over a 12-month calendar. We've seen him every day, he's been a part of this, he's been in the building, he's up to speed on what we're doing from a schematic standpoint, really in tune here. We'll see how sharp he is physically once we get him out on the practice field and kind of go from there but rest assured, you're going to see Le'Veon Bell and probably a lot of him on Sunday."

    When Bell is active, he is one of the league’s best running backs, but he has missed time both due to the suspension and a torn MCL injury he suffered last November. In 2014, his only full season in the league since he was drafted by the Steelers in 2013, Bell rushed for more than 1,300 yards and had eight touchdowns on the ground.


    Behind Bell, DeAngelo Williams offers a dual threat for Pittsburgh, as he has compiled 258 yards rushing, 89 yards receiving and three total touchdowns in his absence.


    Brown is a player Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton will pay special attention to, as he is without argument one of the best in the league at his position.


    “He’s one of the elite, elite receivers in our league, has been,” Sutton said this week. “He’s a tremendous route runner, has great catch after the run ability, outstanding hands. I mean he snatches balls out of the air. He’s just a really, really good football player. He’s got great acceleration in-and-out of cuts. I think that’s one of the things that is really impressive about him. There may be guys that are faster and all that, but running cuts and snapping in-and-out of them, they’re not too many better than him right now in our league.”

    WR Eli Rodgers, who has nine catches for 100 yards and a touchdown this season, will be out for the Steelers with a toe injury. With starting left guard Ramon Foster out with a chest injury, Kansas State product B.J. Finney will make the first start of his career Sunday.

    The Kansas City defense will look to build upon its six-interception, eight-turnover performance against the New York Jets from last Sunday evening. After having two picks in each of the last two games, cornerback Marcus Peters could make history Sunday night with another likewise performance. Only two other players in NFL history since 1970—Jairus Byrd and Ed Reed—have accomplished such a feat.


    Across from Peters, CB Phillip Gaines is questionable to go as he deals with his knee.


    On Sunday night, the Chiefs and Steelers, two of the original AFC teams from the 1970 AFL-NFL merger, will meet at Heinz Field each looking for their third win of the season.


    Specifically for the Chiefs, it’s the last game before their bye week, and then it’s a 12-game push to the playoffs.


    From their perspective, a 3-1 record headed into a run like that sounds much more appealing than falling back to .500.
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    Game Preview from ESPN.com

    Steelers look to regain footing vs. aggressive Chiefs

    The Pittsburgh Steelers are coming off their worst loss in 27 years while the Kansas City Chiefs are rolling into Heinz Field on Sunday (8:30 p.m. ET) on a turnover-caused high.

    The Steelers were smashed on the road following a 34-3 setback in Philadelphia last Sunday. The Chiefs hammered the New York Jets 24-3, in a game in which the defense and special teams caused eight turnovers.

    Both teams enter this contest with a 2-1 mark but with a different feel and attitude. The Steelers seemingly could do nothing right last Sunday while the Chiefs had everything working in their favor. Well, unless you ask Kansas City head coach Andy Reid.

    "It's important we enjoy this today and then get ourselves ready for the Steelers. We have a ton of room to improve -- absolutely. We have a lot of things we can take out of this and we'll do that work," Reid said after the win on Sunday.

    The one major advantage the Chiefs have on the Steelers is turnover ratio. Kansas City is plus-5 in that department, while the Steelers are minus-1. The Steelers' defense has not been producing enough turnovers and the offense has coughed the football up too much.

    Running backs seem to have the Steelers' number. In Week 2, Cincinnati Bengals running back Gio Bernard had 100 receiving yards and a touchdown. Last week, Eagles running back Darren Sproles had six receptions for 128 yards, including a 73-yard touchdown.

    "There is room for improvement all around, whether it's the pass rush, not tackling well, not rallying to screens better, not winning third downs. We got our (butts) kicked. I'll simply say it like that. I got my (butt) kicked. We all got our (butts) kicked. We're going to learn from it," defensive end Cam Heyward said.


    One positive way the Steelers can look at the lopsided defeat is the Chiefs run virtually the same offensive system as Philadelphia. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson brought the offensive scheme to Philadelphia from Kansas City, where he was the offensive coordinator during Andy Reid's tenure. This should allow the young secondary for the Steelers to study the mistakes they made and correct them going up against a similar styled opponent.

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    "There is room for improvement all around, whether it's the pass rush, not tackling well, not rallying to screens better, not winning third downs. We got our (butts) kicked. I'll simply say it like that. I got my (butt) kicked. We all got our (butts) kicked. We're going to learn from it," defensive end Cam Heyward said.

    One positive way the Steelers can look at the lopsided defeat is the Chiefs run virtually the same offensive system as Philadelphia. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson brought the offensive scheme to Philadelphia from Kansas City, where he was the offensive coordinator during Andy Reid's tenure. This should allow the young secondary for the Steelers to study the mistakes they made and correct them going up against a similar styled opponent.

    "Until you stop stuff like that," Steelers linebacker Arthur Moats said, "it's a copycat league. They're going to see we have to tackle better against the screen. We're totally expecting that, but we put that out there, and it's going to be on us to rectify that situation,"

    Those comments were directed toward players like rookie cornerbacks Artie Burns and Sean Davis. Both missed numerous tackles in Philadelphia. Veterans Ross ****rell and Mike Mitchell both need to be held more accountable as well in stopping the opponent's passing attack.

    The Steelers' secondary has not been productive at all and has allowed over 300 yards passing in all three of the games played this season.

    A secondary member that has been playing lights out this season for the Chiefs is second-year cornerback Marcus Peters. The 2015 first-round selection already has an NFL-best four interceptions on the season and has tackled well in space.

    The matchup versus Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown will be one to watch on Sunday night. Brown is fourth in the NFL with 305 receiving yards on 24 receptions, though half of those catches were versus the Eagles in the blowout loss. Brown can stretch the field and Peters loves to play physical, so this will be a highlighted battle in Week 4.

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    This game also marks the return of Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell from his three-game suspension for violating the league drug policy. Most seasons this would be the opening headline but Bell's replacement, DeAngelo Williams, has played solid in his stead. Williams is seventh in the NFL in rushing with 258 yards.


    This two-headed attack will be looking to have even better success versus a Chiefs rushing defense that is average. Kansas City gives up 123 yards a game on the ground. The Steelers need to attack the interior of the Chiefs defense behind center Maurkice Pouncey and guard David DeCastro, both former first-round selections for the Steelers.
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    The Chiefs have been without the Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles for the first three games, as he recovers from knee surgery. But the running back-by-committee approach of Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West has been solid for Kansas City. Neither runner has the skill set of Charles, but the Chiefs average 4.2 yards a rush with three runs over 20 yards.
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