5 things that stood out vs. Chiefs


Sometimes what stands out is good, sometimes it's bad. And in Sunday's 23-13 loss to the Chiefs there was a combination of the two.

-- Wide receiver Antonio Brown combined for 111 yards receiving in the last three games, with 42 against Baltimore, 45 vs. San Diego and 24 vs. Arizona. Against the Chiefs Brown finished with six receptions for 124 yards.

-- Kicker Chris Boswell continues to impress, converting on both of his field goal attempts, from 24 and 36 yards respectively.  

-- Running back Le'Veon Bell has been a workhorse for the offense, and showed what he is made of against the Chiefs. Bell carried the ball 17 times for 121 yards.

-- The Steelers lost their first fumble of the season, and the turnover battle overall. Landry Jones was hit late in the fourth quarter, forcing the fumble, and the Chiefs came up with the ball. Jones was also intercepted twice. The Steelers didn't create any turnovers.

-- In his press conference this past week Coach Mike Tomlin talked about the importance of converting on third down, something the offense has struggled with. That struggle continued against the Chiefs as the Steelers converted only two of 10 third downs, and the inability to move the chains proved costly.

The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri to face the Chiefs in Week 7.

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