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The final score of the game was Pittsburgh 24, Kansas City 20.
Pittsburgh’s first touchdown
The Chiefs and the Steelers faced off in Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday night in what was arguably the most highly-anticipated game of the NFL season so far. And, boy, did it live up to the hype. The game was a back-and-forth battle between two of the best teams in the league, with neither team ever really establishing a clear lead. In the end, it was the Steelers who came out on top, defeating the Chiefs 19-13.
But while the final score may have been close, it certainly didn’t reflect just how tight this game really was. In fact, there were several moments during the course of this game where it could have easily gone either way. Here are just a few of those moments:
-The Chiefs began the game with a touchdown on their very first drive, thanks to a 32-yard catch by Tyreek Hill. However, they missed the extra point, which would come back to haunt them later on.
-The Steelers responded with a touchdown of their own early in the second quarter, but missed the ensuing extra point as well.
-Later in the second quarter, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown by Steelers linebacker Bud Dupree. However, Mahomes redeeme himself with a touchdown pass to tight end Travis Kelce shortly thereafter.
-After trading touchdowns again in the third quarter, Pittsburgh appeared to be gaining some momentum late in the fourth quarter when they scored another touchdown to take a 19-13 lead. But Kansas City quickly responded with a touchdown drive of their own to tie things up at 19 apiece.
In the end, it was Pittsburgh who ultimately prevailed 19-13 after scoring another touchdown with just over five minutes left in regulation. But this game could easily have gone either way and should serve as a reminder that these two teams are among the best in the league.
Pittsburgh’s second touchdown
With just under six minutes left in the second quarter, Roethlisberger found Smith-Schuster for a 19-yard touchdown to give the Steelers a 14-7 lead.
Pittsburgh’s third touchdown
The Steelers score their third touchdown of the game just before the end of the first half, making the score 21-7 in favor of Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh’s fourth touchdown
In the fourth quarter, Pittsburgh quickly scored another touchdown, bringing the score to 42-10, in favor of Pittsburgh. This time, Roethlisberger found JuJu Smith-Schuster in the end zone for a five-yard touchdown catch.
Kansas City’s Score
Kansas City’s score was 7-3.
Kansas City’s first touchdown
touchdown was scored by wide receiver Albert Wilson on a pass from quarterback Alex Smith, giving the Chiefs a 7–0 lead.
Kansas City’s second touchdown
Pittsburgh took the lead in the first quarter with a touchdown, but Kansas City quickly answered with a touchdown of their own in the second quarter. This gave Kansas City a 7-6 lead, which they would not relinquish for the rest of the game.
Kansas City’s third touchdown
Tyreek Hill caught a three-yard touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes with 12 seconds remaining, capping a dramatic comeback that gave the Kansas City Chiefs a 27-24 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.
Mahomes, who was 25 of 40 for 246 yards and two touchdowns, had trouble finding an open receiver on the final play but bought time by scrambling to his right before lofting a pass over Steelers cornerback Joe Haden to Hill in the back of the end zone.
Kansas City’s fourth touchdown
In the fourth quarter, with the score 28–10, Mahomes threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Hill, increasing the Chiefs’ lead to 35–10.
The Final Score
The final score between Pittsburgh and Kansas City was 42 to 20, with Pittsburgh winning by 22 points. This was a very lopsided game, with Pittsburgh dominating on both sides of the ball. Kansas City simply had no answer for the Steelers’ offense, and the game was over by halftime. Let’s take a closer look at how this game unfolded.
Pittsburgh’s final score
The final score between Pittsburgh and Kansas City was 3-2 in favor of Pittsburgh.
Kansas City’s final score
Kansas City’s final score was 24-17.