Pittsburgh Steelers

Stadium: Heinz Field | Coach: Mike Tomlin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense13th107.3 (16th)242.3 (11th)
Defense3rd118.5 (23rd)153.5 (1st)

Last Game

Sun, October 15
Arrowhead Stadium
on CBS Sports
Pittsburgh Steelers
at
Kansas City Chiefs
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Game Leaders

PIT
Passing: B. Roethlisberger (17-25, 252)
Rushing: L. Bell (32-179)
Receiving: A. Brown (8-155)

KC
Passing: A. Smith (19-34, 246)
Rushing: K. Hunt (9-21)
Receiving: K. Hunt (5-89)

Schedule

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Fri Aug 11
W 20 - 12@NYG
RECAP
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Sun Aug 20
W 17 - 13ATL
RECAP
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Sat Aug 26
L 15 - 19IND
RECAP
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Thu Aug 31
W 17 - 14@CAR
RECAP
Sun Sep 10
W 21 - 18@CLE
RECAP
Sun Sep 17
W 26 - 9MIN
RECAP
Sun Sep 24
L 17 - 23@CHI
RECAP
Sun Oct 1
W 26 - 9@BAL
RECAP
Sun Oct 8
L 9 - 30JAC
RECAP
Sun Oct 15
W 19 - 13@KC
RECAP
Sun Oct 22
4:25 pm ET
CBSCIN
Sun Oct 29
8:30 pm ET
NBC@DET
Sun Nov 12
1:00 pm ET
CBS@IND
Thu Nov 16
8:25 pm ET
NFLNTEN
Sun Nov 26
8:30 pm ET
NBCGB
Mon Dec 4
8:30 pm ET
ESPN@CIN
Sun Dec 10
8:30 pm ET
NBCBAL
Sun Dec 17
4:25 pm ET
CBSNE
Mon Dec 25
4:30 pm ET
NFLN@HOU
Sun Dec 31
1:00 pm ET
CBSCLE

Standings

AFC
North
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Pittsburgh4-2-02-0-0
Baltimore3-3-02-1-0
Cincinnati2-3-01-1-0
Cleveland0-6-00-3-0
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Steelers' Martavis Bryant: Unlikely to be traded
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Early indications are that the Steelers don't plan on trading Bryant, ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler reports.

Bryant seemingly is unhappy with his role in the Pittsburgh offense, sitting on per-game averages of 2.8 catches for 38.5 receiving yards on 5.7 targets, with only one touchdown in six games. However, he responded to Sunday's report about a trade request by tweeting that he's happy to be a Steeler and is focused on helping the franchise earn its seventh Super Bowl ring. Bryant's snap share fell to a season-low 52 percent in Sunday's 19-13 win over Kansas City, marking the fourth consecutive game in which he logged fewer snaps than JuJu Smith-Schuster. The talented 25-year-old still has a regular spot in three-wide formations for a contender, so the Steelers probably won't consider moving him unless another team blows them away with an offer. Bryant might fetch a first-round pick if the evaluation were merely based on talent, but he's currently struggling through the least productive stretch of his career, and he's one substance-abuse violation away from potentially never playing in the NFL again.

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Steelers' Vance McDonald: Grabs first reception of the season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McDonald caught 1-of-2 targets for 26 yards in Pittsburgh's 19-13 win over Kansas City.

It took McDonald until Week 6 to register his first catch, and there is little to suggest that he is in line for a bigger role in the offense moving forward, especially next week when the Steelers host the Bengals, who have limited opposing tight ends to an average of four catches for 37 yards per game.

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Steelers' Sean Davis: Leads team in tackles Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Davis collected eight tackles (six solo) in Sunday's 19-13 win over the Chiefs.

Davis matched his season-high in tackles to lead the defense, giving him 30 on the season. Still, he has failed to record a sack or a turnover through six games, limiting his fantasy value.

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Steelers' Juju Smith-Schuster: Hauls in three passes Sunday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Smith-Schuster caught all three of his targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 19-13 win over the Chiefs.

Despite his modest workload, Smith-Schuster actually finished second on the team in catches and receiving yardage. He has already worked past multiple incumbent options on the depth chart and could eventually push primary deep threat Martavis Bryant for the team's No. 2 role. Smith-Schuster has yet to establish consistent fantasy value, but he seems to be growing into his role in the offense and will look to continue this trend next Sunday against the Bengals.

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Steelers' Jesse James: No stat line in win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

James did not record a catch in Sunday's 19-13 win over the Chiefs.

Ben Roethlisberger threw just 25 passes, and the only target to James was erased by a penalty. He remains touchdown dependent, and faces a Cincinnati defense in Week 7 that has allowed opposing tight ends to reach pay dirt just once this season.

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