Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton on the fourth-quarter pass that went through the hands of cornerback Phillip Gaines and then off his helmet before caroming to Pittsburgh wide receiver Antonio Brown for the Steelers' winning touchdown on Sunday: “I think the ball got on him really quick. He was on the man, on Brown, and his head turned the second the ball was on him. What do you say? It's just one of those things that I guess makes football such an interesting deal, or any sport, when it takes a bounce like that. Really unfortunate for us, fortunate for them. That's the risk we all take when we go out there to play. Things can happen like that. It's unfortunate. That would have been a huge stop for us right there and it goes from a stop to a touchdown. Brown made a great play, not an easy play to make. He did a great job on it.''