Remember that time the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in overtime

The Chiefs play the Steelers on Saturday night. Let's re-live the Chiefs 2009 overtime win over Pittsburgh.

The KC Chiefs 2009 overtime win over the Pittsburgh Steelers seems sooo long ago. The Steelers are pretty much the same at key positions, swapping out a couple old pass rushers for a couple young(er) pass rushers. The Chiefs though ... they're pretty different. Matt Cassel's first year, and Todd Haley's, too. Leonard Pope hadn't saved anyone from drowning yet. Chris Chambers made the big play in this game.

Funny though, while Chambers did have the play of the game -- a 61-yard catch and run in overtime to seal the field position for the win -- the ball should've been intercepted on the play before that. Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor had the ball in his hands and somehow dropped it falling to the ground. I forgot all about that.

The other great play in this game was Jamaal Charles' touchdown return, which you can see here.

Enjoy the Chiefs OT victory over the Steelers in the video above.

For all the nuts and bolts of tonight's game, check out this post.

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