Carter’s Classroom: Back to business


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Antonio Brown (84) had a two touchdown night against the Chiefs - MATT SUNDAY DKPS

The Steelers finally went to work fast and jumped all over an opponent.

Their 43-14 rout Sunday night of the Chiefs represented the first time that Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown played a complete game together since they beat the Chiefs two seasons ago. And it looked like none of the big three had missed a beat. Roethlisberger threw five touchdowns, Brown caught two of them and a 2-point conversion, and Bell gained 178 total yards from scrimmage.

The defense also had a huge night, forcing two first-quarter turnovers that allowed for the quick lead. They also notched four sacks of the Chiefs' Alex Smith, three by Cameron Heyward, who would also bat a pass that led to an interception for Jarvis Jones.

This film room session reviews some of the big plays that showed the dominance at Heinz Field:

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