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By matthewschiefs

Offense- C
For every good game there was a bad game. They were never able to be consistent. They bailed us out a time or two during the season so they get a C. Some growth in Hill becoming a weapon that hopefully will carry on.

Defense- B+
The very definition of bend but don’t break. Would like to see them get better on 3rd down and getting off the field so I can’t give them a A. But with all the turnovers they created they simply won us a number of games.

Special teams- A
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By Josh Alper

Arrowhead Stadium was rocking after Alex Smith found tight end Demetrius Harris in the end zone for a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter, but the joy at tying the game ended when referee Carl Cheffers explained the reason for a penalty flag on the field. Left tackle Eric Fisher was penalized for holding Steelers…
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By Mike Florio

For Steelers receiver Antonio Brown, the far more significant problem arising from his decision to post live video from the locker room after Sunday night’s win over the Chiefs flows from the undoubtedly strong reaction his head coach will have to the maneuver — especially because the video itself includes an admonition from Mike Tomlin…
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By Josh Alper

The final four teams playing this season are quarterbacked by Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan, a group that was described as three Hall of Famers and the favorite for MVP this year in a question posed to Chiefs coach Andy Reid at a Monday press conference. Reid was asked about whether…
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By Mike Florio

Even with one of the four divisional-round games moved from 1:00 p.m. ET to prime-time, the ratings for the quartet of contests fell behind last year’s numbers. Sure, it was only a three-percent reduction. But it was a reduction nonetheless. Via SportsBusiness Daily, the spike from Packers-Cowboys was offset by drops arising from the Steelers-Chiefs, Seahawks-Falcons,…
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By Josh Alper

After they beat the Texans on Saturday night, the word from the Patriots was that they needed to play better if they are going to advance to the seventh Super Bowl of the Bill Belichick/Tom Brady era. The message in the Steelers locker room after Sunday night’s 18-16 win over the Chiefs sounded pretty similar.…
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