Despite the victory, things were not going well for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday night. While there were many excellent individual fights, other players had problems. And with only two preseason games left, there's no time for big mistakes. Here are the players or position units that hit their stock in the middle of the preseason. When he scored two penalties in the first game of the preseason, he worked with the starters against the Chiefs. He played the right duel while Matt Feiler started the right-wing duel. But during the first possession of the Steelers he got absolutely no movement at the point of attack. James Conner ran after him to get a short lead over a distance of three and more.
His passport protection was even worse. Mason Rudolph, the Steelers start quarterback for the game, quickly brought the ball out and Okorafor protected his right side. But his lonely sack took place on the Steelers' second round when Okorafor was marginalized by the defensive end of the chief, Alex Okafor. While Okorafor does not fight for a duty position and solidifies on the depth map, it turns out that he was a weak link in the offensive.