One of the more entertaining games of Week 2 took place in Pittsburgh between the Steelers and Chiefs. Both teams combined for a total 79 points. Unfortunately for the Steelers, the Chiefs squeezed out a 42-37 victory thanks to six touchdown passes from Patrick Mahomes.
The Steelers drop to 0-1-1, still winless and frustrations are starting to pile up.
Late in the 4th quarter, WR Antonio Brown and offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner seemed to have gotten into a heated confrontation over something on the sidelines:
Brown has gotten into sideline arguments before, and he was held in check for nine catches and 67 yards, which is highly uncharacteristic for him considering Ben Roethlisberger threw for 452 yards and three touchdowns.
It doesn’t get easier for the Steelers as they travel to Tampa Bay to take on the red hot Buccaneers.