Sunday night's rout was quite the reversal of fortunes for the Chiefs, who had forced the Jets into eight turnovers in their previous game. Against Pittsburgh, the Chiefs could force none. The Steelers offense rolled behind five touchdowns and 300 yards from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, as well as 144 yards on the ground from running back Le'Veon Bell, back after serving a three-game suspension. Offensively, the Chiefs found little success against Pittsburgh. Though they scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs averaged fewer than two first downs per possession in the first three quarters.
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