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Chiefs vs Steelers NFL Schedule: Line, Odds, Point Spread, Date, NFL Week 4, a litmus test game

The Kansas City Chiefs play the Pittsburgh Steelers in one of the NFL games on Sunday, start time at 8:30 PM ET, at Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) are coming from a 24-3 victory over the New York Jets in Week 3. Alex Smith completed 25 of 33 passes for 237 yards and one touchdown to lead the Chiefs. On the ground, Spencer Ware rushed for 75 yards in 20 attempts. In the receiving end, Travis Kelce posted 89 yards and one touchdown in six receptions while Chris Conley added 44 yards and three receptions. Jeremy Maclin contributed 35 yards in four receptions while Tyreek Hill added 26 yards in three receptions.

Offensively, the Chiefs are averaging 23.0 points and 332.3 total yards (241.0 passing and 91.3 rushing) per game. Defensively, the Chiefs are yielding 16.3 points and 348.0 total yards (225.0 passing and 123.0 rushing) per game against the opposing teams.

The Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1) are coming from a 34-3 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3. Ben Roethlisberger completed 24 of 44 passes for 257 yards, no interceptions against and interception. On the ground, D’Angelo Williams rushed for 21 yards in eight attempts. In the receiving end, Antonio Brown posted 140 yards in 12 attempts while Sammie Coates added 50 yards in three catches. Eli Rogers had 32 yards in two receptions.

Offensively, the Steelers are averaging 21.7 points and 354.0 total yards (254.0 passing and 100.0 rushing) per game. Defensively, the Steelers are yielding 22.0 points and 407.3 yards total yards (332.0 passing and 75.3 rushing) per game against the opposing teams.

Kansas City Chiefs vs Pittsburgh Steelers game schedule info:

Date: October 2, 2016
Start Time: 8:30 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: NBC
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass
Odds and Point Spread: -4.0 Pittsburgh, 48.5 O/U
Prediction: Steelers win

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