Thought I'd get this week started. The chiefs fought off a relentless Steelers team who came in 11-2 with both teams trying to break 2 game losing streaks. Final score was Chiefs 48 - 31 Steelers. The chiefs struck first on a 51 yard TD run by Knile Davis who suffered a pulled hamstring on the play and would not come back into the game. Two first half forced fumbles by the chiefs D led to Lagarette Blount's first fumble of the season. Antonio Brown was by and far the best offensive weapon on the field that night however. He ended up with 8 catches for 135 yards and a TD. In a similar fashion to most of the second half of this season's games the Chiefs defense was determined on making the other team feel their presence, regardless of the outcome of the game. From kick coverage team to my young cornerbacks everyone was getting in on the fun. Turnover differential when the clock struck 0 was chiefs (+5). Chiefs defense shined with 3 TD's on the day. The second half was the definition of a nail biter but back to back pick sixes by Abdullah and Chris Owens leave the box score as an unreliable indicator of just how close this game was. Notable Statistics: Antonio Brown 8 rec, 135 yards, 1 TD Husain Abdullah 6 solo tckls, 1 Forced fumble, 1 Fumble Recovery, 2 deflections, 1 Interception, 1 TD Chris Owens 1 tckl, 1 tfl, 1 sack, 1 int, 1 TD Travis Kelce 6 rec, 116 yards Also, I'm not sure how this happened but Madden recorded Joe Mays as having 65534 return yards on his fumble recovery, so there's that.