The Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers were projected to be two of the best teams in the entire NFL this 2016 season. They haven’t disappointed so far, both with 2-1 records going into a Sunday night battle between the two in Pittsburgh. The winner of this game could end up finding their way into the playoffs easier than the other. Which team will be the one that ends up 3-1 after Week 4 and which one will be back at the .500 mark wondering what could have been? Here is a look at the matchup.
The Chiefs pounded away for a 24-3 win over the New York Jets last week. Alex Smith has thrown for 786 yards and three touchdowns this season while finding Travis Kelce 17 times for 197 yards and a touchdown. Spencer Ware has done a great job with Jamaal Charles out with 202 rushing yards and a touchdown. It would appear that Kansas City’s defense is at a top level yet again with a huge six-interception week last week against the Jets. Ben Roethlisberger is a different player so it could be hard to pull off that feat again.
The Steelers were pounded 34-3 by the Philadelphia Eagles on the road and will be looking to recover from that loss. Roethlisberger has passed for 816 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions for the season while looking the way of Antonio Brown plenty with 24 catches for 305 yards and two touchdowns. LeVeon Bell returns this week from suspension and will be the lead running back even after DeAngelo Williams rushed for 258 yards and two touchdowns. The defense must be much better in this one after getting smashed last week by a rookie quarterback.
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, October 2, 2016
Time: 8:30 P.M. ET
Location: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh
TV Channel: NBC
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