Pittsburgh Steelers: 3 Keys to Victory in Week 2 vs. Kansas City Chiefs

The Pittsburgh Steelers week one match up with the Cleveland Browns wasn’t going to be an easy one. The Browns have a lot of talent that can give most teams in the NFL a run for their money. Though I doubt anyone had that game ending in a tie. It was a really bizarre game.

It felt like no one wanted to win it. The missed chances and turnovers were in mass for both teams. Now the Steelers have to shake that off and ready up for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Steelers are going to be hungry for a win. No player is ever satisfied with a tie. It just gets them more motivated for the following week to make up for it.

They’ll be in for a tough game against a Chiefs side that has a little momentum on their side after beating the Los Angeles Chargers. Don’t expect a tie for this game. One of these teams is definitely going to pull away with a win.

The Steelers, however, look a little vulnerable after their tie with the Browns. Their performance was inconsistent all around, whereas the Chiefs looked strong against the Chargers. The Chiefs are going to be licking their chops at the chance to take advantage of those inconsistencies. However, the Chiefs aren’t exempt from their own weaknesses either. There are a few ways the Steelers can attack the Chiefs to achieve victory in this game.

With that said, here are the three keys to victory for the Pittsburgh Steelers to get their first win of the season.

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