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NFL Expert Picks: Predicting who will win the Steelers vs. Chiefs Week 2 game

Time to check in to see who the experts like in this big Week 2 AFC matchup.

NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

So, Week 1 didn’t go as planned for Pittsburgh Steelers fans. In a week when all fans, and almost all experts, picked the Steelers to start 1-0 after playing the Cleveland Browns on the road, no one was right.

After a tie, and a 6 turnover performance, no one really knows what to expect from the black-and-gold as the Kansas City Chiefs come to town. Las Vegas has the Steelers giving the Chiefs 4.5-points while playing at Heinz Field for the first time in 2018.

So, who do the experts think will win on Sunday in the Steel City? Will the Steelers claim their first victory of the season? Or will the Chiefs roll to a 2-0 record?

Time to check who the experts like...

For whatever reason, the experts seem to be leaning a bit towards the home team, but it isn’t a large majority in favor of the black-and-gold over Patrick Mahomes and the boys. At ESPN, 6 of the 10 experts who submit weekly picks likes the Steelers to hold serve at home.

A similar story can be told at SB Nation, where 4 of the 7 NFL experts who make weekly picks believe the Steelers will get their first win over the Chiefs at Heinz Field.

If you are looking for a site which is the most pro-Steelers, then look to CBS Sports where 6 of the 8 experts have the Steelers winning at home in Week 2.

Some of you might be wondering about all the other experts, and websites, which produce weekly picks. Who are they taking in the game? This is where our friends at NFL Pick Watch come in. NFL Pick Watch is a website which takes all of the internet picks and compiles them into an easy-to-read graph. According to them, 71-percent of NFL experts like the Steelers in this AFC grudge match.

Experts have been wrong before, and only time will tell if their picks will come to fruition, but the early signs are both Vegas and NFL experts like the black-and-gold at home this Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.