KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Former Iowa quarterback C.J. Beathard threw two fourth-quarter touchdown passes for the San Francisco 49ers in Friday’s 27-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in an NFL preseason game at Arrowhead Stadium.

Beathard threw a 46-yard touchdown pass to Kendrick Bourne, then completed the two-point conversion pass to Bourne to tie the game at 17. Beathard later threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Tyler McCloskey to put the 49ers in front.

Beathard, drafted by the 49ers last April, was 7-of-11 passing for 101 yards. Beathard, who had a 133.0 passer rating, was sacked twice.

Steelers 20, Giants 12

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Watching T.J. Watt and Josh Dobbs in their first NFL game, Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin got what he expected from the draft picks.

They had their ups and downs, and they showed they belonged in the league, as did eighth-year linebacker Arthur Moats.

Dobbs threw a 28-yard touchdown pass, Moats set up Chris Boswell's go-ahead 37-yard field goal in the third quarter with an interception and Watt —the younger brother of Houston's J.J. Watt — lived up to his first-round billing with sacks on his first two series in a win over New York.

With the Steelers short-handed, Dobbs, Watt and Moats were on the field most of the game.

"I think just getting out there in general, having a play on (special) teams and then having the sack as I did, it calmed the nerves a little bit," said Watt, who had five tackles, two sacks and three quarterback hits.

"At the same time I felt like I belong here. I came into this game with a certain amount of confidence because of the work I put in."

Bengals 23, Buccaneers 12

CINCINNATI — Ryan Fitzpatrick made a good initial impression with Tampa Bay.

The rest was so-so.

Fitzpatrick completed his first series with a 6-yard touchdown run before Cincinnati pulled away to a victory over the Buccaneers.

The 34-year-old quarterback signed a one-year deal for a chance to back up Jameis Winston. Fitzpatrick had mixed results after his TD, going 6 of 13 overall with an interception. He also scrambled twice for 15 yards. Fitzpatrick lost the ball while trying to throw, but recovered his fumble.

"It's nice to get into a game situation just figuring out how they set the tempo and pace," Fitzpatrick said. "It's something I've had to work on."