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2-1, 2nd in AFC North
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Steelers favored over Chiefs

The Steelers look to bounce back from their loss to the Eagles at home against the Chiefs. But this could be one of the better games of the week.

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Who will win: Steelers or Chiefs?

The Chiefs' defense got the headlines for intercepting Ryan Fitzpatrick six times last week, but the offense has been lagged behind. Ben Roethlisberger will need to avoid turnovers to make up for last week's game against the Eagles. Our NFL Nation reporters make their picks. Week 4 predictions (Insider)

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Source: Chiefs RB Charles to play vs. Steelers

Jamaal Charles, who is recovering from a torn ACL suffered less than a year ago, will make his season debut Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

LB Ryan Shazier is OUT for Steelers-Chiefs. OG Ramon Foster and WR Eli Rogers also out.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown donning Arnold Palmer's face on his cleats this week - black and yellow, to accommodate NFL uniform policy. Brown was inspired by past interaction with Palmer, who's from Latrobe.

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Bell will provide an upgrade for the Steelers (1:22)
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Ranking the NFL's backfield duos from 1-32

Le'Veon Bell, back from suspension, and DeAngelo Williams form a dynamic one-two punch in the Steelers' backfield, but they don't rank No. 1 on Field Yates' list.

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Steelers expected to recover from loss (0:45)

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Todd Haley said Steelers at times could work offense away from Marcus Peters, who "tracks (the ball) like a receiver."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Le'Veon Bell has been activated. The team released RB Daryl Richardson as a corresponding move.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

LB Ryan Shazier (knee) missed his second straight practice. He's unlikely to play against Chiefs.

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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Terrelle Pryor on Steelers RB D'Angelo Williams needling Pryor's statement that the Browns can win the rest of their games:

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Will the Chiefs upset the Steelers?

Two of three personnel men polled by Mike Sando say yes, citing the Chiefs' defense and the similarity of their offensive attack to the Eagles', which carved up the Steelers' D last week. Evaluators' predictions (Insider)

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Will DeAngelo Williams get more work?

With Le'Veon Bell around last season, Williams was mostly relegated to the bench. He averaged about 13 snaps and four carries per game when both players were active.

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NFL 60-second preview for Week 4 (1:03)
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Tough to beat Big Ben at home in prime time

Ben Roethlisberger is 17-3 in prime-time games at Heinz Field, tallying the third-most home wins of any QB in prime-time games since 2005. Likewise, his numbers have been stellar in those contests.

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Steelers getting back a key weapon

Since he was drafted in 2013, Le'Veon Bell leads all players in scrimmage yards per game by a comfortable margin. Bell returns this week from a three-game suspension.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Former top-10 pick Justin Gilbert says chances of him playing defense vs Chiefs 'very high.'

Team Stats

Passing Yards254.013th
Rushing Yards100.018th
Points For21.719th
Points Against22.015th

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