Steelers’ playmakers rise to the occasion against Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Pittsburgh Steelers taught the Kansas City Chiefs a valuable lesson during a 19-13 win on Sunday afternoon. The Chiefs had the most prolific offense in the NFL, an unblemished record and a raucous home crowd ready to enjoy another fun-filled afternoon. The consensus was that the Steelers were primed to lose yet again in a season that has started with so many frustrations. Instead, Pittsburgh proved what can happen when its superstars decide to dominate.

The Chiefs didn’t lose their first game of the season because of bad bounces, tough breaks or missed opportunities. They lost because Pittsburgh’s playmakers rose to the occasion while Kansas City’s inexplicably disappeared. This wasn’t the same Steelers team that committed five turnovers in a 30-9 home loss to Jacksonville a week ago. This was the squad that has tormented the Chiefs over the last 12 months, largely because their most talented players continually deliver against Kansas City.

“We have guys who pride themselves off getting wins,” said Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell. “After that loss we had last week, guys couldn’t wait to get back and play again. We had a great week of practice and

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