Yes, the offense will need to score a lot of points to win this game. The defense will also need to limit the Chiefs’ high-flying offensive attack. This starts up front with a pass rush. In a game where the Browns were up big early in Pittsburgh, the Steelers had to throw the ball a whopping 68 times. During those 68 attempts, the Browns sacked Big Ben zero times. That will need to change against Patrick Mahomes. That will, however, not be an easy task as the Chiefs have given up the fifth-fewest sacks all season long. The Chiefs offensive line will focus on and double-team DE Myles Garrett. LB Olivier Vernon is out, so that leaves DT Adrian Clayborn to wreak havoc on the Mahomes and the Kansas City offense. Garrett will still get his, but Clayborn must play well to limit the Kansas City offense.