When will the final remaining undefeated team get taken down? You’d be hard pressed to say this week with the Chiefs playing at home, but don’t count Big Ben out even though he threw five interceptions last week. He is one of the best quarterbacks of this generation and should be able to bounce back against a soft Chiefs pass defense. Kansas City also allows 118 yards per game on the ground, so expect Le’Veon Bell to get involved early and often.
This Chiefs team has definitely been winning with offense. They rank first in points per game, second in yards per game, second in rushing yards per game, ninth in passing yards per game and second in turnovers with just one. They don’t have a weakness. Given the Steelers just gave up 231 rushing yards to the Jaguars, you can expect Andy Reid‘s game plan to feature his dominant rushing attack as well.
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