The Steelers have the highest-paid receiver and running back in the NFL. Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are making nearly $27 million in salary between them this season, and, through the first six games, they’re certainly earning their paychecks. Bell and Brown are the first teammates since the 1970 merger to each post 700 yards from scrimmage in the first six games of a season. If they can maintain their current pace they’ll become one of the league’s best running back-receiver combinations in league history. Bell has 706 yards from scrimmage and Brown 700. Brown is on pace for 1,866 receiving yards, which would be the best season of his career and the fourth-best single-season performance in league history. Bell is on pace for 1,882 yards from scrimmage. But as much as Bell and Brown have produced gobs of yardage, it hasn’t translated to the scoreboard. The Steelers are 22nd in the NFL in scoring, averaging 19.7 points per game. They have scored more than 21 points just twice this season and have yet to score more than 26. Against the Chiefs on Sunday, the Steelers amassed 439 yards of offense, including 194 rushing yards, but could only manage 19 points. “Last week, we ran the heck out of the ball, but we missed multiple little detail things that I’ve talked about here in the media before that probably cost us scoring a bunch of points and probably made the game close,” offensive coordinator Todd Haley said. “So, really that’s what we’re focused on as a staff and as a group — just really zeroing in on the little finer points that make a difference from a play-to-play basis in this league. Because you’ve got to be on to make good plays and big plays and score touchdowns. We just missed too many of those little details.” One thing the Steelers are not is terribly balanced after Brown and Bell. Bell has nearly 500 more rushing yards than James Conner. He has 550 rushing yards and Conner 69. Brown has 469 more receiving yards than the next closest receiver on the roster. Martavis Bryant is second with 231 yards.