Post-game notes vs. Chiefs

Post-game notesKansas City 23, Pittsburgh 13
TEAM
• Pittsburgh is now 4-3 overall and 2-2 on the road in 2015.
• The Steelers are now 20-10 against the Chiefs in regular-season history, including 10-6 on the road.
• The Steelers are 427-274-2 during the regular season since 1970.

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

Head Coach Mike Tomlin**
• Is now 86-49 during the regular season, including 37-31 on the road.
• Is now 3-2 against Kansas City in the regular season (1-2 on the road).
• Is now 24-10 in the month of October as the Steelers' head coach and 10-8 on the road in October.

QB Landry Jones
• Made his first career NFL start and first with the Steelers and completed 16-of-29 for 209 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.
• Set single-game career-highs in attempts (29), completions (16) and passing yards (209).

WR Antonio Brown
• Made his 50th career start and had a game-high 124 receiving yards, and tied for a game-high with six receptions.
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games started streak to 27 – tied as the fourth-longest active consecutive games started streak among NFL wide receivers.
• Has registered at least one reception in 79 consecutive games in which he has played, including the postseason – dating back to October 3, 2010.
• Recorded his fourth 100-yard game of the season and 20th 100-yard receiving game of his career.
• With his 20th 100-yard receiving game of his NFL career, joined Hines Ward (29) and John Stallworth (25) as the only players in team history with 20 such performances.
• Surpassed 6,000 yards from scrimmage in his career and became the eighth player in franchise history with at least 6,000 scrimmage yards.

WR Martavis Bryant
• Caught three passes for 45 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown.
• Has caught a touchdown catch in each of his three previous games played and 11 touchdown catches in his first 12 career games.
• Became the sixth player in NFL history with 11 or more touchdown catches in a player's first 12 career games, joining Billy Howton: 1952 (13), Harlon Hill: 1954 (12), Odell Beckham: 2014 (12), Bill Groman: 1960 (11) and Randy Moss: 1998 (11).

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RB Le'Veon Bell**
• Has started each of his 34 career games played, and finished with a game-high 121 rushing yards on 17 carries (7.1 average), including a long of 42, and added four catches for 16 yards.
• With his 21-yard run in the second quarter, extended his consecutive games with a run of at least 20 yards to five.
• Eclipsed 50 rushing yards in the first half of a game for the 11th time in his NFL career, three of his six games in 2015, gaining 58 yards on 11 carries.
• Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing barrier for the eighth time in his NFL career.
• Totaled 137 yards from scrimmage – the 21st game of his NFL career with more than 100 yards from scrimmage.
• Has recorded at least 500 rushing yards in each of his first three seasons in the NFL with 511 in 2015.
• Became the first Steeler since Rashard Mendenhall (2009-11) to post 500 rushing yards in three consecutive seasons.
• Joined Jerome Bettis (4,603) as the second player in franchise history to reach 4,000 yards from scrimmage in his first three seasons with the team.
• With four catches, tied Fran Rogel (150) for the fifth-most receptions by a running back in team history behind only Franco Harris, 1972-83 (306), Merril Hoge, 1987-93 (241), Ray Mathews, 1951-59 (230) and Lynn Chandnois, 1950-56 (162).

TE Heath Miller
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games started streak to 37 – the third-longest active consecutive games started streak among NFL tight ends.
• Snapped his consecutive games played streak with a catch streak to 110 – dating back to 11/3/2008 vs. Washington (including the postseason).

FB Will Johnson
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games played streak to 38 – the third-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL fullbacks.

DE Cameron Heyward
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games played streak to 71 – tying as the fifth-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL defensive end.
• Brought down Kansas City QB Alex Smith for a sack in the second quarter, increasing his season total to three and career total to 18.0.

DE Cam Thomas
• Extended his consecutive regular-season games played streak to 71 – tying as the fifth-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL defensive end.

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CB William Gay**
• Extended his consecutive regular season games played streak to 135 – the longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL cornerbacks.

LB Lawrence Timmons
• Extended his streak of consecutive regular-season games started to 76 – the longest active streak among current Steelers – and the third-longest active streak among NFL linebackers.
• Extended his consecutive regular season games played streak to 95 – the fourth-longest active consecutive games played streak among NFL linebackers.
• Led the defense with 10 total tackles (7 solo) and split a sack of Kansas City QB Alex Smith with LB Ryan Shazier in the third quarter. Increased his season sack total to 1.5 and career total to 29.5.

LB Ryan Shazier
• Finished with 4 tackles (3 solo) and a split a sack of Kansas City QB Alex Smith with LB Lawrence Timmons in the third quarter, increasing his season sack total to 1.5 in three games.

WR/RB Dri Archer
• With his career-long 38-yard kickoff return in the first quarter, extended his consecutive games with a kickoff return of at least 30 yards to four, dating back to Oct. 1, 2015 vs. Baltimore.

K Chris Boswell
• Converted each of his two field goal attempts of the game (24 and 36) and his sole extra point attempt. Is now 7-of-7 on the season on field goal tries and 5-of-5 on point after attempts.

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