The following are the highlights and lowlights from the Steelers' 13-9 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.:
Play of the game: Chiefs quarterback Tyler Palko tried to connect with Dwayne Bowe on a deep pass with 38 seconds left in the game, and Steelers cornerback Keenan Lewis intercepted the overthrow.
Offensive player of the game: Steelers receiver Antonio Brown caught four passes for 81 yards.
Defensive player of the game: Pittsburgh safety Ryan Mundy had 10 tackles and an interception while playing for an injured Troy Polamalu.
Most telling statistic: The Chiefs committed three turnovers on three straight offensive plays in the first half.
Hidden statistic: The Steelers have won their last 20 games in which they held the opponent to single digits.
Best pass: The Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger drilled a pass to tight end Heath Miller for 20 yards in the first quarter. The ball just got past Chiefs safety Kendrick Lewis.
Worst pass: Palko threw one directly to Mundy in the second quarter while trying to hit Bowe, and the interception set up the only touchdown of the game.
Best run: Pittsburgh's Rashard Mendenhall picked up a tough 16 yards on a third-quarter carry.
Best catch: Brown made a nice leaping grab along the sideline with Brandon Flowers in coverage for a 34-yard gain in the first quarter.
Dropped pass(es): Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace failed to catch one in the end zone in the first quarter and on a deep pass in the second quarter.
Best block: Roethlisberger flipped Kansas City inside linebacker Jovan Belcher on a Brown 3-yard run in the second quarter.
Missed block: Chiefs fullback Le'Ron McClain didn't stop Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons on a third-and-1 Javier Arenas run from the wildcat formation in the third quarter. Arenas was held for no gain.
Best tackle: Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali stripped the ball from Steelers running back Mewelde Moore at the KC 2-yard line on a first-quarter run.
Worst tackle: Chiefs tight end Anthony Becht ran into teammate Jackie Battle on a third-and-2 run at the Pittsburgh 22 with 8 minutes left in the game. Battle fell for no gain, and the Chiefs were forced to kick a field goal.
Best hit: Steelers safety Ryan Clark crashed into Chiefs receiver Steve Breaston from behind on an 18-yard second-quarter reception.
Missed tackle: Mundy let Bowe escape for a 17-yard gain to begin a long fourth-quarter Chiefs drive.
Best coverage: Chiefs defensive back Travis Daniels didn't go for a Roethlisberger fake and raced over to intercept a deep pass to Brown in the third quarter.
Worst coverage: Pittsburgh cornerback Ike Taylor gave up a 20-yard pass reception to rookie Jonathan Baldwin on a third-and-6 play from midfield in the fourth quarter.
Best kick: The Steelers' Shaun Suisham made a 49-yard field goal at the end of the second quarter.
Best return: Taylor gained 28 yards from the KC 35 to the 7 on an interception on the final play of the first quarter.
Best decision: The Steelers called a passing play on first-and-goal at the 2-yard line in the second quarter, and Roethlisberger hit tight end Weslye Saunders for a touchdown.
Worst decision: The Steelers wasted a timeout in the third quarter when they were going to punt on fourth-and-4 at the Chiefs' 39-yard line. They should have just taken a 5-yard delay-of-game penalty.
Best effort: Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel kept the Chiefs in the game all night.
Unsung hero: Pittsburgh defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau called off the blitz and let Palko make the crucial mistake on the Lewis interception.
Replays: The Chiefs challenged that Roethlisberger fumbled on a run in the first quarter, but the play was upheld as a non-fumble.