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Todd Haley

Steelers outlast Chiefs 19-13 to defeat NFL's last unbeaten

Le'Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers spent Sunday beating up on the Kansas City Chiefs.

Beating up the goal-post padding, too.

The Steelers' star running back churned out 179 yards and a touchdown in a performance reminiscent of January's playoff victory over Kansas City. And Antonio Brown made an acrobatic touchdown catch in the fourth quarter to help Pittsburgh hand the Chiefs a 19-13 loss — their first of the season.

"The biggest thing for us is getting wins," said Bell, who drew a flag for celebrating his score by throwing haymakers at the goal-post stanchion. "As a team, we find ways to get wins."

The Chiefs (5-1) still had a chance...

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