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    The Kansas City Chiefs (5-0)



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    Weather forecast:
    60 degrees farenheit. Clear. 11 mph NW winds.

    Line: Chiefs -3.5, Over/Under: 46.5

    Against the Spread:
    Record ATS 6-17.png

    Last 5 Games Head-2-Head:
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    OddsShark Super Computer Prediction:
    Chiefs 28.6
    Steelers 16.2


    Schedules/Results:
    Thursday
    Sep. 7
    at New England Patriots 8:30pm ET
    NBC
    Won 42-27
    Sunday
    Sep. 17
    Philadelphia Eagles 1:00pm ET
    FOX
    Won 27-20
    Sunday
    Sep. 24
    at Los Angeles Chargers 4:25pm ET
    CBS
    Won 24-10
    Monday
    Oct. 2
    Washington Redskins 8:30pm ET
    ESPN
    Won 29-20
    Sunday
    Oct. 8
    at Houston Texans 8:30pm ET
    NBC
    Won 42-34
    Sunday
    Oct. 15
    Pittsburgh Steelers 4:25pm ET
    CBS
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    Thursday
    Oct. 19
    at Oakland Raiders 8:25pm ET
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    Monday
    Oct. 30
    Denver Broncos 8:30pm ET
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    Sunday
    Nov. 5
    at Dallas Cowboys 4:25pm ET
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    Sunday
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    at New York Giants 1:00pm ET
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    Sunday
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    Won 26-9
    Sunday
    Sep. 24
    at Chicago Bears 1:00pm ET
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    Lost 23-17 (OT)
    Sunday
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    CBS
    Won 26-9
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    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:

    “[Pittsburgh] had one of those games last weekend that just didn’t go right for them on that side. But they’re going to fix it. They have too many good vets on that team and they’re very well coached. For us on offense we try not to worry about that. We have a lot of faith in our defense and let’s just control what we can control. That’s the offensive side of the ball for us.”
    --Chiefs Chiefs Offensive Coordinator Matt Nagy

    Steelers:

    “The Chiefs are a good team. They're 5-0. They're undefeated for a good reason. They're well coached. Andy Reid is a great coach. ... When you hold the ball and you don't turn it over, you win."
    --Steelers Defensive Coordinator Keith Butler
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    Team Leaders:
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    Matchup:
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    Expert's Picks:
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    The Chiefs are riding high, winning all five,
    while the Steelers are coming off a flop last
    week against the Jaguars. Mike Tomlin will
    get his team back on track here and Ben
    Roethlisberger gets it going after a five
    interception day against the Jaguars. That
    will keep it close, but Alex Smith pulls it out late.




    Chiefs 23

    Steelers 21
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    Chiefs vs. Steelers: Game Preview

    From Chiefs.com

    Posted Oct 14, 2017

    Matt McMullen
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    Kansas City looks to stay unbeaten on Sunday

    The Kansas City Chiefs did it again last Sunday, earning their fifth win in as many weeks.
    The league’s lone unbeaten team tallied 42 points behind 450 yards of offense, further making their case as the class of the NFL.

    It was a continuation of Kansas City’s stellar start to the 2017 campaign, though it doesn’t get any easier on Sunday as the Chiefs take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at Arrowhead Stadium.

    The Chiefs are all too familiar with Pittsburgh (3-2), falling twice to the AFC rival last season – once in Week 4 and again in the Divisional Round of the playoffs.

    Steelers’ quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was under center for both contests, and will lead Pittsburgh’s offense once again on Sunday.

    The 14-year veteran is one of the best to ever play the position, and has historically played well against Kansas City, winning six of the seven meetings in his career.

    This season, however, hasn’t been the same for the future Hall of Famer.

    Roethlisberger tossed a career-high five interceptions last week against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and the Steelers’ offense, which usually ranks as one of the best in the league, is averaging just 19.8 points per game.

    Though despite his struggles, the Chiefs are preparing for Roethlisberger to be his usual self on Sunday.

    “I would imagine we’re going to get the one that always plays well against us,” said Defensive Coordinator Bob Sutton. “He obviously had an off day, but I think his overall work over the number of years he’s been in the league speaks for itself. He’s a dynamic player. He can do things that very few other quarterbacks in our league can do.”



    The Chiefs will be up for the challenge, as they’ve held some of the NFL’s best passers in check already this season.

    Of the five opposing quarterbacks Kansas City has faced, four of them boast a passer rating that ranks among the top 10 in the league, and the Chiefs have beaten them all.

    In fact, the Patriots’ Tom Brady, Eagles’ Carson Wentz and Chargers’ Philip Rivers have all posted their worst passer ratings against Kansas City.

    The Chiefs will try to do the same on Sunday, and it’ll start by containing Pittsburgh’s wide array of playmakers, notably wide receiver Antonio Brown and running back Le’Veon Bell.

    Brown leads the league in receptions (40) and yards (545), picking up an average of nearly 14 yards each time he touches the ball.

    The eight-year veteran was an integral part of Pittsburgh’s win over Kansas City in the playoffs last season, hauling in 11 catches for 108 yards, and will likely be a point of emphasis again on Sunday.

    Bell also put together a strong performance in last January’s matchup, rushing for 170 yards, though he’s struggled to find that kind of success this season.

    After averaging nearly five yards per carry in each of the last two seasons, Bell is picking up just 3.6 yards per rush this year. He’s topped 100 yards rushing in a game just once, and was held to only 47 yards on the ground last week against the Jaguars.

    It hasn’t been the kind of start the All-Pro was looking for, but just like Roethlisberger, the Chiefs aren’t buying into it.

    “Even though the numbers aren’t up, he’s still a top two or three running back in the NFL,” said linebacker Derrick Johnson. “With his patience and everything he has to offer, he doesn’t need much blocking. He can create a lot of things for himself, and we still have the same respect for him.”

    Conversely, the Chiefs’ offense has been clicking on all cylinders.

    Kansas City is averaging a league-high 32.8 points per game, the second-highest mark through five weeks in franchise history.

    That success is directly derived from quarterback Alex Smith, who is off to the best start of his career.

    Smith leads the NFL in passer rating (125.8), completion percentage (76.6) and yards per attempt (8.80), tossing 11 touchdowns without an interception.

    He’s posted a passer rating of at least 100.0 in each of Kansas City’s five contests, and has led the offense to over 400 yards three times.



    He’s simply been the best signal caller in the league thus far, creating an intriguing matchup against a Pittsburgh defense that’s held opposing quarterbacks to a 66.1 passer rating.

    “There’s not a lot of tendencies with them,” said Offensive Coordinator Matt Nagy. “One of the things that’s going to be important for us is being able to try to find any tendencies we can and work with it.”

    One of those tendencies – at least so far this season – has been an inability to stop the run. The Steelers are allowing 5.06 yards per carry this season, the second-worst mark in the NFL.

    That plays well for Chiefs’ rookie running back Kareem Hunt, who leads the league with 609 yards on the ground.

    Hunt has topped 100 yards rushing in four of his first five career games, and will be looking for more of the same on Sunday.

    The crowd also looks to play a factor once again, as the Chiefs have won 13 of their last 15 regular season games at Arrowhead Stadium.

    The Chiefs are expecting one of the largest crowds since the stadium was renovated in 2010, only emphasizing Kansas City’s usual advantage.

    The contest has all the makings of a classic, and if Kansas City can keep rolling on offense while keeping Roethlisberger in check defensively, the Chiefs could once again find themselves in the win column.
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    Steelers take on Chiefs in rematch of playoff battle

    No one needs to remind the Kansas City Chiefs of the last time they lost a football game, 18-16 at home in the playoffs to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

    The bitter aftertaste of postseason defeat lingered with the club throughout the offseason, providing the motivation that drives the NFL's final unbeaten team of 2017.

    "I'm not the type of person who lives off the past," running back Charcandrick West said. "We're all in a new year, but we all know what happened last year and that's kind of a chip on our shoulder."

    Quarterback Alex Smith said watching last year's game in preparation for this Sunday.

    "It definitely brings back a lot of missed opportunities," Smith said.

    But this appears a different Chiefs team than the one swept by the Steelers last year. Pittsburgh pasted Kansas City 43-14 last season at home, then broke the Chiefs' hearts in the playoffs. Kansas City mustered only 227 yards of offense in the postseason loss.

    This year's Chiefs offense shows no signs of slowing down, however, ranking second in the league with 414 yards per game. The Chiefs lead the league with 6.64 yards per play and 32.9 points per game.

    "Certainly, I think we know that we are a different team at this point as well," Smith said. "So you kind of relish the opportunity."

    Coach Andy Reid said he believes the rematch offers a measurement for his team's offensive improvement.

    "This will be a real good challenge for us offensively," Reid said. "We are doing some things that are different, but not a bunch -- I just think our execution, we didn't execute as well as we needed to last year and we'll see how we do."

    Pittsburgh visits Kansas City reeling from a 30-9 home loss to Jacksonville last week. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tossed five interceptions in the loss.

    The frustration of the loss prompted Roethlisberger after the game to tell reporters that maybe he doesn't have it in him anymore. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin defended his quarterback.

    "We turned the ball over five times, and obviously that's a lot of negativity associated with that," Tomlin said. "But protection of the football is an 11-man job. It's not just Ben. We're all moving forward in the same spirit."

    Reid doesn't buy that Roethlisberger is anything less today than a year ago.

    "I think that was more just to back people off from the questions," Reid said. "We get hit with a couple questions and that can be kind of a back off deal. I know we have to play against a heck of a player, a future Hall of Fame player. We got to get ourselves ready, we don't think much about all those comments."

    Smith defended Roethlisberger, who also completed 60 percent of his passes for 312 yards.

    "I know he was frustrated in the moment," Smith said. "I know he said this and it is easy to make too much of it. I think he is still playing at a pretty good level from afar."

    Roethlisberger now faces a defense that he bested last January, but it's also a unit that kept his offense out of the end zone and held his team to six field goals. He remains wary of a secondary led by All-Pro cornerback Marcus Peters.

    "Peters may be one of the best in the business -- just always seems to be around the ball making plays," Roethlisberger told reporters Wednesday. "Even when it's man coverage, he leaves his man to intercept balls to other guys."

    Roethlisberger always seems to bring his best against the Chiefs. He's 5-1 as a starting quarterback in his career against Kansas City. That his highest win total against any team outside the AFC North.

    His 118.7 quarterback rating against the Chiefs ranks as his best against any team he played more than twice.

    But he also recalls going to Arrowhead Stadium last January and leaving with six field goals and a win.

    "Obviously, last time we went there wasn't so great, but we won the game, which is always the best part," Roethlisberger said.

    "You play a great team like this, a great defense on the road with the environment that they always have at Arrowhead. Just excited for it. You do this long enough you get excited for these matchups."
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    Chiefs-Steelers scouting report, key players to watch, and a prediction
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    The Chiefs and NFL by beat writer Terez Paylor

    OCTOBER 14, 2017 5:41 PM

    The scheme

    Head coach: Mike Tomlin
    , 103-57, is in his 10th season as the Steelers’ head coach. Tomlin, 45, is a former college receiver at William & Mary who is known for his defensive resume. He spent several years as a defensive backs coach in college before landing the same job in the NFL in 2001 with Tampa Bay. He earned a defensive coordinator job with the Minnesota Vikings in 2006 and was hired by the Steelers in 2007. He won a Super Bowl in 2008 and reached the Super Bowl again in 2010.

    Offense: Todd Haley, 50, is in his fifth season as the Steelers’ offensive coordinator. Haley spent three years (2009 to 2011) as the Chiefs’ head coach before landing his current gig. Pittsburgh ranks 12th in passing offense (241.8 yards per game) and 24th in rushing offense (90.0). Pittsburgh is passing the ball roughly 61 percent of the time.

    Defense: Keith Butler, 61, is in his third season as the Steelers’ defensive coordinator. Prior to his promotion in 2015, he’d spent the previous 12 seasons as the Steelers’ linebackers coach. Pittsburgh runs a 3-4 defense that ranks first in the league in pass defense (139.6) and fourth in sacks (17). The Steelers’ run defense ranks 28th in the league (136.6).

    Special teams: Danny Smith, 63, is in his fifth year as the Steelers’ special-teams coach. Prior to his hire in Pittsburgh, he spent nine years as Washington’s special-teams coach. Kicker Chris Boswell has made 10 of his 12 field goal attempts, and punter Jordan Berry has dropped eight of 23 punts inside the 20, which is 18th in the league. Pittsburgh ranks 32nd in kickoff returns (15.4) and 26th in punt returns (5.5). It also ranks 20th in kick-return coverage (22.3) and 18th in punt-return coverage (7.7).

    Four keys to a Chiefs victory

    1. Get Kareem the rock


    Rookie running back Kareem Hunt is the NFL’s leading rusher for a reason; his combination of elite elusiveness and contact balance make him exceedingly difficult to tackle. That sounds like a nightmare for a Steelers team that surprisingly has one of the league’s worst run defenses. Getting the ball to Hunt early will allow the Chiefs to decipher whether Pittsburgh is selling out against the run, which of course opens other means of attack.

    2. Effect Big Ben

    Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is coming off one of the worst performances of his career, a five-interception effort in a 30-9 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Don’t be fooled, though –– this guy has a ton of professional pride, and it would be a surprise if he played that poorly in back-to-back weeks. That said, the Chiefs’ pass rush needs to be on point this week. They have to hit Ben and be around him and force him to deliver some questionable throws. Do that, and the Chiefs should be okay against the pass.

    3. Be gap sound and physical

    The Steelers are 3-2, but this is largely the same team that came into Arrowhead Stadium in January and dealt the Chiefs an 18-16 loss. A big reason for that was the play of Le’Veon Bell, who gouged the Chiefs for 170 yards behind an offensive line that dominated its gaps and won at the point of attack. That can’t happen again this week. The Chiefs’ run defense has been fortified with the addition of several solid players in the front seven, and it’s on all these guys to shed their blocks and make plays when they see Bell tote the rock.

    4. Win the special teams battle

    The Steelers’ return units haven’t been great this season, but Danny Smith’s special teamers have earned the respect of Chiefs coach Dave Toub, who said his troops were essentially outphysicaled in the playoff loss in January. That can’t happen again, and the Chiefs can help themselves in this one by winning this phase of the game.

    Four Steelers to watch

    No. 26, RB Le’Veon Bell, 25 years old, 6-1, 225, fifth season


    Ranked No. 9 on the NFL’s top-100 list for 2017. Rushed 261 times for 1,268 yards and seven touchdowns and caught 75 passes for 616 yards and two touchdowns last season. Is on pace to rush 326 times for 1,187 yards and 10 touchdowns and catch 86 passes for 461 yards this season. Outstanding overall back with size, vision, patience and terrific hands. Footwork is smooth. He doesn’t break a ton of long runs –– his career long is 48 yards —– but few backs are better on a down-to-down basis. Can slip you with a juke or stiff-arm you. Willing, effective pass blocker.

    No. 84, WR Antonio Brown, 29 years old, 5-10, 181, eighth season

    Ranked No. 4 on the NFL’s top-100 list for 2017. Caught 106 passes for 1,284 yards and 12 touchdowns last season and is on pace for 128 catches for 1,744 yards and three touchdowns this year. Boasts an outstanding combination of speed, acceleration out of his breaks and route running. Is a problem after the catch –– does lots of his damage that way –– but is also a vertical threat and someone who has shown the ability to make the tough contested catch, despite his slight build.

    No. 97, DE Cameron Heyward, 28 years old, 6-5, 295, fifth season

    Son of former NFL running back Craig “Ironhead” Heyward. Recorded 17 tackles and three sacks during an injury-plagued 2016 in which he only played seven games. One of those games, was against the Chiefs, when he proved to be an absolute terror, recording seven tackles and three sacks. Currently has 18 tackles and three sacks in 2017. Powerful, strong lineman with good quickness off the snap who can be exceeding tough to reach-block in the running game. Is adept at using his bull rush to overpower weaker guards. Has strong hands and can control blockers once he’s locked out.

    No. 50, ILB Ryan Shazier, 25 years old, 6-1, 230, fourth season

    Recorded 87 tackles, 3 1/2 sacks, three interceptions and three forced fumbles in 2016. Is on pace for 144 tackles, six forced fumbles and six interceptions in 2017. New-age linebacker with terrific athleticism for the position. His 4.38 speed allows him to play sideline-to-sideline and hold up well in 1-on-1 pass coverage. Has flashed ball skills (six career interceptions). Intriguing blitzer who can win with burst and quickness. Has been a little banged up in his career — he missed 11 games in 2014, four in ’15 and four this year due to an assortment of injuries but has shown toughness by playing through some nagging injuries and is a clear difference-maker when healthy.

    Prediction: Chiefs 23-20

    The Chiefs find themselves in a rematch against the team that ended their season in brutal fashion in January. The Chiefs’ 18-16 divisional-round loss to the Steelers will go down as the latest heartbreaker in the club’s playoff history. This year’s team is mentally tough, however, and should be equipped to exact revenge against a Steelers team coming off a bad loss to Jacksonville. Don’t expect it to be easy –– the Steelers have pride –– but if the offense continues to play mistake-free ball, the Chiefs should be just fine.
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