Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce can take over a game, but Tyreek Hill can take over a scouting report.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are keenly aware of what the Chiefs' rookie playmaker can do -- and how many seconds it takes Hill to flip the momentum of a game.

Around 4.24 seconds for every 40 yards, to be exact. Defensive coordinator Keith Butler has heard "No. 10" in game plan meetings all week.

"If he's toting the mail, hey, that ball attracts a lot of attention in the National Football League, and we have to make him feel it," said Butler, whose Steelers visit the Chiefs in Sunday night's AFC divisional playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium. "That’s not a threat or anything like that, that's just the way the game is played. You have to try to slow that guy down a little bit."

The Steelers' open-field tacklers face an arduous task in containing the multipurpose Hill and tight end Kelce, who posted 636 yards after the catch in 2016.