Todd Haley might just have found a way for teams to counteract the Pittsburgh defense: the no-huddle.
Double-edged sword, anyone?
The no-huddle is how Pittsburgh wins games on offense (when they're allowed to use it, which they weren't against the Chiefs). It may just be how teams start to attack the Steelers.
Kansas City's offensive production was mostly the result of their continual (and by continual I mean the entire game) usage of the no-huddle.
In fact, had any other quarterback been operating the opposing offense, the Steelers likely would have been blown out. It was that bad. They had no answer for the Chiefs.
Why does it work? Well, by definition, the no-huddle forces a defense to keep their personnel on the field without a rest and also limits the formations that can be thrown in at the spur of the moment.
That ruins the Steelers, who love to use exotic blitz schemes and continuously changing formations. Haley's game plan was the perfect answer for it and is something that the Steelers will have to watch for from now on.
Maybe this is too much to ask, but maybe Bruce Arians could have learned something from Haley's plan. His team could shred anyone with the same setup. But that's probably too much to ask of the tunnel-visioned offensive coordinator.