It’s not often you can be happy to be trailing at halftime, but you could make a case for the Chiefs.
The Chiefs were down 12-7 at halftime of AFC Divisional playoff game Sunday night against the Steelers, but Pittsburgh dominated in time of possession (20:15 to 9:45) and yards gained (275 to 106). The Chiefs’ Eric Berry intercepted a pass in the end zone and Marcus Peters made a nice breakup of a pass in the end zone also.
Still, Steelers fans were not happy with offensive coordinator Todd Haley, the former Chiefs head coach.
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