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Steelers Vs. Chiefs: Pittsburgh Stands With 13-6 Lead As Fourth Quarter Starts

The Pittsburgh Steelers carried a 13-6 lead out of halftime, but neither team could do much on the offensive side of the football. On the Steelers opening drive, they were methodically begin to move the ball down the field, but the drive ended when Ben Roethlisberger was picked off by Travis Daniels. Roethlisberger thought he could fit the ball in down field, but Daniels made a play on the ball returning it 25-yards.

The Chiefs couldn't do anything off the turnover however, going three-and-out. Neither teams offense did much after that, getting a few first downs but ultimately trading punts.

The third quarter ended with the same score as it began, 13-6 Steelers.

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