Behind Enemy Lines
Week 17 bring the hated Cleveland Browns to Heinz Field. Take a look behind the enemy lines.
Week 16: Pittsburgh vs Cincinnati in a must-win game for the Steelers.
For the 2nd time in 3 weeks the Steelers hit the field against division rival Baltimore. The Ravens currently have a 3 game lead of Pittsburgh and Cincinnati and can clinch the division title with a win at home on Sunday and a Bengals loss in San Diego.
The Cleveland Browns have been the typical Cleveland Browns during the 2012 season. With a record of 2-8, only Jacksonville and Kansas City have worse records this season.
The Kansas City Chiefs share the worst record in football with the Jacksonville Jaguars at 1-7. They also can stake claim to one of the more impressive stats that you will hear this football season.
Here’s a look at the matchup the Steelers will face this weekend when they go on the road to take on the New York Giants.
This will be the Redskins 2nd straight road game and 5th in the first 8 weeks of the season. Washington is 2-2 in their first 4 road games of the season including last weeks loss against the defending Super Bowl Champion New York Giants.
The Steelers and Bengals are both coming off of road losses last week, the Steelers to Tennessee and the Bengals in Cleveland. Cincinnati has lost two straight games in October after ending September with 3 straight wins. They are one-half game ahead of the Steelers in the AFC North standings, with a record of 3-3.