Steelers vs. Chiefs: Score and Twitter Reaction from 2017 NFL Playoffs

January 16, 2017   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Pittsburgh Steelers never found the end zone, but they did enough to earn an 18-16 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Sunday's AFC Divisional Round matchup at Arrowhead Stadium.
While Pittsburgh led for most of the game, Kansas City had a chance to tie things up after scoring a touchdown with 2:43 remaining in the fourth quarter. After a holding call canceled out what would have been a successful two-point conversion, the second attempt fell incomplete.
The Steelers then converted the one first down they needed to secure the narrow victory.
Pittsburgh kicker Chris Boswell set an NFL postseason record with six field goals as the Steelers' drives consistently stalled near the red zone.
This was through no fault of running back Le'Veon Bell, who was outstanding again with 170 rushing yards on 30 carries.
Steelers media manager Dom Rinelli provided an interesting note on the running back's effort:
Mike Petraglia of WEEI was already looking toward next week...

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