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Steelers-Chiefs Preview Capsule

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The Steelers hope to get one of their top players back when they visit the 1-5 Chiefs in Kansas City this Sunday, although it is not expected to be quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.

Linebacker Ryan Shazier hopes to return to the line-up, but Landry Jones is expected to start under center and left tackle Alejandro Villanueva will replace Kelvin Beachum.

 

Pittsburgh (4-2) at Kansas City (3-2)
Sunday, October 25, 2015
1 p.m. on CBS
Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.

What’s on the Line: Pittsburgh has lost four of its last five games played at Arrowhead Stadium so some redemption is looming for the Steelers. With Cincinnati leading the AFC North at 6-0, the importance of conference wins cannot be stressed enough.

Key Player: Pittsburgh quarterback Landry Jones. Heading into October, the Chiefs ranked outside the Top 20 in passing defense. With the weapons the Steelers have on offense there is no reason not to take advantage. Jones cannot afford to let Antonio Brown be an observer again; the All-Pro receiver needs to be ulitized.

Of Note: Pittsburgh won last year’s meeting 20-12. Kansas City scored on four field goals from Cairo Santos.

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