Steelers 10-36 Chiefs: Score and highlights

The Kansas City Chiefs (10-4) will try to extend their seven-game winning run in a Week 16 clash with the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-6-1) at Arrowhead Stadium.

Despite a tough 3-4 start, the Chiefs are in a position to win their sixth consecutive AFC West title with a win and help in Week 16.

Standing in their way will be a the Steelers squad that sits at 7-6-1 and is chasing three 8-6 teams for one of the three AFC wild card spots in the newly-expanded 2022 NFL Playoffs.

FINAL: Steelers 10-36 Chiefs

4TH QUARTER – 00:08 Mason Rudolph unsuccessful

The Steelers move the chains and approach the end zone without Ben Roethlisberger. Mason Rudolph goes for the touchdown, but it does not reach him. So the game ends.

4TH QUARTER – 02:16 Big Ben leaves his place to Mason Rudolph

The Chiefs have not been able to get a first chance since Patrick Mahomes left. After the Steelers’ first touchdown in the game, Kansas City delivers the ball and gives Pittsburgh another chance to get closer on the scoreboard. Big Ben has left his place to Mason Rudolph.

4TH QUARTER – 02:59 TOUCHDOWN Pittsburgh – Steelers 10-36 Chiefs

Big Ben plays it on the fourth down and finds the end zone with Diontae Johnson, who rushes for 15 yards and scores for the Steelers. It’s Ben Roethlisberger’s first big play at Arrowhead Stadium.

4TH QUARTER – 5:37 Big Ben keeps trying

The clock ticks, while Ben Roethlisberger keeps trying. Pittsburgh tries to get its first touchdown of the game with less than six minutes. Although the Chiefs have made several changes to their lineup, the pressure remains high for the Steelers quarterback.

4TH QUARTER – 9:46 Field Goal by Elliott Fry – Steelers 3-36 Chiefs

Chad Henne takes the place of Patrick Mahomes, but makes two mistakes in a row that nearly cost him the offensive series. After three unsuccessful attempts, kicker Elliott Fry scores a 30-yard field goal attempt for Kansas City.

4TH QUARTER – 11:50 Ben Roethlisberger fumble

Two disastrous plays for Ben Roethlisberger. First, the Steelers quarterback is sacked by Wharton and loses 8 yards. Then he misses the ball to a hit from J. Reed, who runs for 8 yards and leaves his team at the 7-yard line. The Chiefs have practically secured victory on one of Big Ben’s worst afternoons.

4TH QUARTER – 12:01 Field Goal by Elliott Fry – Steelers 3-33 Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes has added more than 300 yards in the game. However, the Steelers defense prevents him from making a new score for his team. Elliott Fry, who hasn’t had the best afternoon, scores a 34-yard field goal attempt and Kansas City is still up in the game early in the fourth period.

3RD QUARTER – 00:28 Kansas City devours yards

Patrick Mahomes’ response is aggressive. The Chiefs quarterback advances 10 yards on 10, and is back on the Steelers field. Despite the advantage, Kansas City continues to attack Pittsburgh by air and ground. Darrel Williams is a locomotive on the left side.

3RD QUARTER – 03:46 Chris Boswell’s 34-yard field goal for Pittsburgh – Steelers 3-30 Chiefs

A defensive interference from Kansas City has allowed the Steelers to advance. Ben Roethlisberger looks for Najee Harris, but doesn’t find him in his first three attempts. On the fourth down, the Pittsburgh quarterback loses yards with a misstep from his team. With no other options, Chris Boswell scores a 34-yard field goal attempt for Pittsburgh

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3RD QUARTER – 03:59 Signs of frustration at Steelers

Frustration affects the Steelers. After getting a first chance, James Washington is punished for unsportsmanlike attitude and delays the advance that Ben Roethlisberger had made on offense. This is the reflection of what the Steelers have been in the game.

3RD QUARTER 06:39 – Najee Harris doing acrobatics

The Steelers have turned the game over. With time and the score against them, Ben Roethlisberger moves the chains with help from Najee Harris, who hasn’t let up and continues to drive the Pittsburgh offense. Big Ben is missing a big play, but the Kansas City defense does not let up.

3RD QUARTER 09:00 – TOUCHDOWN Kansas City – Steelers 0-30 Chiefs

Like a bullfighter! Patrick Mahomes throws a short pass to the left to Byron Pringle, who outwits two Steelers defenders like a bullfighter and runs for a 16-yard touchdown. It’s the Chiefs quarterback’s third touchdown pass of the game. The Steelers are all but surrendered at Arrowhead Stadium.

3RD QUARTER – 12:54 Diontae Johnson Blooper

What happened to Diontae Johnson? Ben Roethlisberger throws a short pass to the left to Diontae Johnson, who runs for three yards but incredibly overthrows the ball. Tyrann Mathieu recovers the offense for Kansas City.

3RD QUARTER – 13:33 Chiefs stopped

Steelers stop the Chiefs on the first offensive series of the third quarter. Big Ben takes his first snap after the break. The deficit seems unreachable, but the Pittsburgh quarterback will try to accomplish the impossible mission.

HALFTIME: Steelers 0-23 Chiefs

2ND QUARTER – 00:18 Fry Elliot misses his second field goal attempt

After a fumbled punt by the Steelers, Patrick Mahomes returns to the field. The Chiefs quarterback was without Travis Kelce for this game, but has fortified himself with Josh Gordon. Pittsburgh’s pressure, however, has had an effect. Fry Elliot misses a 39-yard field goal attempt, his second of the game, before halftime.

2ND QUARTER – 01:28 Steelers stopped

The Steelers are stopped on a new offensive series. Ben Roethlisberger, far from his glorious times, challenges the fourth down but hands the ball to the Chiefs in an unbeatable zone for a touchdown. The best thing that can happen now for Pittsburgh is for the first half to end.

2ND QUARTER – 02:13 TOUCHDOWN Kansas City – Steelers 0-23 Chiefs

Mahomes throws a short pass to the left to Mecole Hardman, who runs for 8 yards for the Chiefs’ third touchdown of the game. A disputed play, because there is no clear picture of Hardman crossing the touchdown line. But the referees ruled the play valid. Kansas City is a steamroller at Arrowhead Stadium, but Elliot Fry misses the extra point.

2ND QUARTER – 05:08 Chris Boswell misses a field goal for Pittsburgh

Everything had been working well for the Steelers on this offensive series, until they reached the red zone. Ben Roethlisberger couldn’t get the touchdown for his team, so Pittsburgh bets on a 36-yard field goal. However, kicker Chris Boswell is betrayed by the wind and misses it. Nothing goes right for the Steelers.

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2ND QUARTER – 02:44 Patrick Mahomes making magic

An explosive play by the Chiefs offense. Patrick Mahomes gets pressure from the Pittsburgh defense, but has time to find Derrick Gore who runs for three yards and gets another first down for Kansas City. With the clock stopped, the home team wants to continue to dominate the scoreboard.

2ND QUARTER – 06:55 Chase Claypool pushes the Steelers

The Steelers offensive series starts from their 35 yard line. Ben Roethlisberger gets his first yards on the ground with a 21-yard gain by Najee Harris. Big Ben wants to get rid of the ball quickly, but fails to surprise the Chiefs’ defense. The roads appear to be closed for Pittsburgh. But the quarterback surprises with a 24-yard toss to Chase Calypool.

2ND QUARTER – 08:59 Elliot Fry 44-yard field goal – Steelers 0-17 Chiefs

The Chiefs are stopped on third down. Elliot Fry takes the place of the absent Harrison Butker and kicks a 44-yard field goal to increase Kansas City’s lead over Pittsburgh. It is Mahomes’ first offensive series without a touchdown.

2ND QUARTER – 12:29 An avenue named Pittsburgh

Darrel Williams runs for 12 yards and takes advantage of Pittsburgh’s defensive miscues. Patrick Mahomes and the rest of the Chiefs continue to add first downs in the game, taking advantage of their opponents’ weaknesses. The Kansas City quarterback looks for another touchdown to get to halftime with peace of mind.

2ND QUARTER – 14:55 Challenging times for Big Ben

Pittsburgh is urged to move the chains. After a catch and an interception, Ben Roethlisberger returns to lead a new offensive series. The Steelers have had a nightmare start, but are looking to bounce back. They finish the first quarter down by 14 points. Big Ben has only managed two first downs.

1ST QUARTER – 1:05 TOUCHDOWN Kansas City – Steelers 0-14 Chiefs

A new offensive series by the Chiefs, led by Patrick Mahomes. Darrel Williams and Tyreek Hill put Kansas City on first-and-goal late in the first quarter. With time running out, the quarterback throws to Byron Pringle for the second touchdown of the game. Where was Pittsburgh’s defense?

1ST QUARTER- 4:07 Roethlisberger intercepted

Ben Roethlisberger throws a long pass to the right for McCloud, but is intercepted by Ward at the 50-yard line. The Steelers’ second offensive series had just two plays and has left the Chiefs in a good position to look for the touchdown.

1ST QUARTER – 04:12 TOUCHDOWN Kansas City – Steelers 0-7 Chiefs

The Chiefs have moved the ball efficiently. Mahomes challenges on fourth down for a first-and-goal for Kansas City. The pick pays off with a touchdown run by Edwards-Helaire, who withstood the Steelers’ defensive blitz and runs for 1 yard. More than eight minutes passed on this offensive series.

1ST QUARTER – 07:08 Threat for Steelers

The Chiefs offense is running like clockwork. Everyone knows what Patrick Mahomes is looking for in his plays. The Chiefs quarterback puts his team at the 11-yard line after another effective pass with Tyreek Hill.

1ST QUARTER – 09:59 Mahomes and the Chiefs advance

Patrick Mahomes throws a 10-yard pass to Tyreek Hill and warms up by passing on third down on his first offensive series. The Chiefs show confidence after further breakthroughs by Blake Bell and Hill. Cameron Heyward is taking over Pittsburgh’s defense.

1ST QUARTER – 12:29 Roethlisberger captured

Chiefs pressure takes effect. Ben Roethlisberger suffers his first catch of the game at the hands of Clark and the Steelers turn the ball over. It’s time for Patrick Mahomes and his inspired offensive repertoire to go for the first points.

1ST QUARTER – 13:57 Steelers on offense

The first offensive snap belongs to the Steelers. Big Ben moves the chains on his team’s first carries as the Chiefs defensive line tries to attack him.

Series History

Pittsburgh have won three out of their last five games against Kansas City.

Sep 16, 2018 – Kansas City 42-37 Pittsburgh

Oct 15, 2017 – Pittsburgh 19-13 Kansas City

Jan 15, 2017 – Pittsburgh 18-16 Kansas City

Oct 02, 2016 – Pittsburgh 43-14 Kansas City

Oct 25, 2015 – Kansas City 23-13 Pittsburgh

Chiefs inactive players

For the Chiefs, tight end Travis Kelce is inactive today.

Chiefs Inactives

No. 6 QB Shane Buechele

No. 54LB Nick Bolton

No. 67 OT Lucas Niang

No. 87 TE Travis Kelce

Steelers inactive players

The Steelers will be without multiple players today due to injuries, all of them inactive after being ruled out ahead of game day.

No. 3 QB Dwayne Haskins

No. 6 P Pressley Harvin

No. 16 P Cameron Nizialek

No. 45 LB Buddy Johnson

No. 88 TE Pat Freiermuth

No. 95 DE Chris Wormley

Chiefs’ report

The Chiefs report that Mike Kafka, Greg Lewis and Corey Matthaei will not practice in today’s game due to Covid protocols.

Odds for Steelers vs Chiefs

Over/under insights

  • Kansas City and its opponents have gone over the current 44.5-point total in eight of 14 games (57.1%) this season.
  • Pittsburgh has combined with its opponents to score more than 44.5 points in five of 14 games this season.
  • The combined points per game average of the two teams, 48.3, is 3.8 points greater than Sunday’s over/under.
  • The 45 points per game these two squads have surrendered to opponents this season are 0.5 more than the 44.5 over/under in this contest.
  • The Chiefs and their opponents have scored an average of 53.0 points per game in 2021, 8.5 more than Sunday’s total.
  • The 43.6 PPG average total in Steelers games this season is 0.9 points fewer than this game’s over/under.

How to watch Steelers vs. Chiefs

Date: Sunday, December 26

Time: 4:25 p.m. ET

TV channel: CBS

Live stream: Paramount+

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