The 7-3 Pittsburgh Steelers invade Kansas City to take on the 4-6 Chiefs. Kansas City looked as though it was rising from the ashes with four straight wins, but they've lost three in a row since.
Ironically, if their season pattern continues, they will win their next four games. But I don't see that happening against the Steelers.
Kansas City signed Kyle Orton to shore up the quarterback position after Matt Cassel got injured, but whether it's Orton or Tyler Palko at quarterback, the production won't be eye-popping.
However, Orton will have more weapons with the Chiefs than he had with the Broncos, such as Dwayne Bowe, Steve Breaston and Jonathan Baldwin. KC's productive running game is led by Thomas Jones and Dexter McCluster.
Defensively, the Chiefs have some work to do. Their pass defense is ranked 13th in the league, but they rank just 25th and 28th in points allowed and rush defense.
The Steelers have a ton of weapons on offense, and it all starts with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Receivers Mike Wallace and Antonio Brown provide great targets for Big Ben, while running back Rashard Mendenhall has proven himself to be a solid featured back.
Pittsburgh's defense remains one of the strongest in the league, ranking fourth, second, third and sixth in scoring, total, pass and rush defense.
On paper, the Steelers look like the superior team. Based on the way Kansas City has played lately, I'd expect Pittsburgh to keep pace with the division-leading Baltimore Ravens this week.
Steelers 30, Chiefs 13