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Steelers Vs Chiefs Win/Loss Scenarios

Back at it on gameday, breaking down what the Pittsburgh Steelers have to do to win (or lose) in today’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. My always unreliable prediction at the bottom. The Steelers Will Win If… – They dig the long ball. No one is allowing more big plays in the…


2017 Week 6 Steelers Vs Chiefs – What To Watch For

After falling at home in spectacular fashion to the Jaguars a week ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers are trying to right the ship in a place in which they won in the playoffs a season ago, visiting the Kansas City Chiefs. Pittsburgh actually defeated them twice in 2016, though they seem…


Ravens Scraping Bottom Of Barrel For Injury Replacements On Offense

Boy, that Baltimore Ravens offensive line sure has taken a beating. Even its backups have gotten injured. Surprisingly, career reserve Ryan Jensen’s early stint in the starting lineup at center has gone above and beyond expectations, so far, but clearly, the line’s play as a whole has been a big…



2017 NFL Week 6 Picks & Predictions: Dave Bryan & David Todd

Every Friday on The Terrible Podcast my co-host David Todd and I pick all of the NFL games against the spread and we post those picks every Sunday morning throughout the season and track the results along the way. Here is a link to the Friday episode. We use the…



Steelers Vs. Chiefs 2017 Week 6: Game Time, Line, Weather, Injuries, TV, & Radio Schedule

2017 Week 6 Pittsburgh Steelers (3-2) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (5-0) Kickoff: 4:25 p.m. ET Site: Arrowhead Stadium (76,416) • Kansas City, Mo. Playing Surface: Grass TV Coverage: CBS (locally KDKA-TV, channel 2) Announcers: Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analyst), Tracy Wolfson (sideline) Coverage Map: Local Radio: Steelers Radio Network…


Steelers Versus Chiefs: Week 6 Projected Inactive List

The Pittsburgh Steelers will play their sixth game of the 2017 regular season on the road Sunday afternoon against the Kansas City Chiefs with a chance to improve their record to 4-2. As usual, I will attempt to project the seven inactives for each and every Steelers game of the 2017…


Roethlisberger Completions Report: Updated Through Week 5

Completion Percentage by Coverage Shell After 99 total passing snaps against Man (Cover 0, Cover 1, and Cover 2-Man) Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has completed only 55.6% of his passes, compared to 72.3% after playing 94 snaps against Zone (Cover 3, Cover 4, and Cover 2-Zone). WR Target Percentage…


Steelers Vs. Chiefs: Five Key Storylines Ahead Of Week 6 Game

The 3-2 Pittsburgh Steelers will play the 5-0 Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium Sunday afternoon in a Week 6 matchup and ahead of that game kicking off, there are several key storylines worth pointing out. Below are what I consider to be the top five storylines for both teams ahead of…


Steelers Spin: Remembrance Of Things Past

After the Jacksonville Jaguars mauled the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 30-9 in front of a Black and Gold home crowd growing increasingly restless, questions are beginning to surface about team’s quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Questions like: “Dude, did you really just throw the ball to the other guys FIVE TIMES?”…


Week 6 By The Numbers: Steelers Vs Chiefs

For the first time since January the Pittsburgh Steelers will return to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs. And while the Steelers failed to score a touchdown last time around, the team was still able to escape Kansas City victorious, though the odds of that happening again are slim…


Film Room: Roosevelt Nix Due To Block A Punt

They say that good things come to those who wait, but it wouldn’t seem to me that Pittsburgh Steelers fullback Roosevelt Nix is a man who can be accurately portrayed as a patient man. And it seems that each week he gets closer and closer to accomplishing in a meaningful…



Smith-Schuster Could Continue Taking Work From Martavis Bryant

Pittsburgh Steelers rookie wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster was penalized twice while failing to even garner a look in the passing game during his NFL debut in the team’s season opener. He has since added another two penalties, balanced out by two touchdowns. The 20-year-old became the youngest player in decades…