5 things we learned from Steelers preseason game vs. the Chiefs

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The Steelers bested the Kansas City Chiefs in a 17-7 win on Saturday night. Here are five things we learned from Pittsburgh’s victory.

I recently wrote an article where I asked five burning questions. Now that the game is over, I will answer those questions. The Steelers beat the Chiefs 17-7 at Heinz Field on Saturday night. Here are five things we learned from the game:

Who is the Steelers weakest link at quarterback?

The first string offense did alright tonight. I was discouraged by the turnovers in the first half. The first team excluding Roethlisberger, DeCastro, and Pouncey played until halftime. There were a few more that were missing like Terrell Edmunds and Devin Bush. However, the skeleton of the starting lineup played.

There were some encouraging signs like the play of James Washington and the whole offense when Mason Rudolph led them down the field. There were also some disappointing moments like Chukwoma Okorafor’s blocking of Dee Ford and Donte Moncrief’s fumble.

Overall, I would give it a C- and say it is just preseason. I will say the offense is not ready for the Patriots with its turnovers.

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