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The Pittsburgh Steelers improve their report card with a much-needed win over the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-17, in the AFC North. Read how the Steelers were able to improve to 3-3 on the season in this positional breakdown.
CINCINNATI (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger threw one touchdown pass, and the Pittsburgh Steelers overcame their injury-depleted running game to beat the Cincinnati Bengals 24-17 on Sunday night.
Seems like we’ve done this before. Just two weeks ago, the Steelers were facing a must-win game against the Eagles. They passed that test only to stumble and lose any momentum in a come-from-ahead loss at Tennessee. That loss dropped the Steelers to 2-3.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3) will be without five key players against the Cincinnati Bengals (3-3) in their first divisional game Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals are dealing with a rash of injuries of their own.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (2-3) will enter Paul Brown Stadium to face the AFC North division Cincinnati Bengals (3-3) in their first divisional pairing of the 2012 NFL season prepared for a much-needed win.
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.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are sitting at home this weekend for a bye week, but their fans still have work to do. It’s time to root for the Patriots, Chargers, and Jaguars.
Former NFL General Manager and current NFL Today football analyst Charlie Casserly, joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to discuss the NFL playoff picture.
The Steelers Nation is going to be challenged this weekend to cover all the Steelers’ interest with the appropriate amount of black and gold spirit.
Steelers’ Insider Ed Bouchette joined The Fan Morning Show Monday after the Pittsburgh Steelers slaughtered the Cincinnati Bengals 35-7 Sunday at Heinz Field.
(93-7 The FAN) — Steelers linebacker Lamarr Woodley returned to action Sunday from a hamstring injury sustained in Week 8 against New England.
After a tight game against the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend, the Steelers were looking for a more decisive win with the Cincinnati Bengals rolling into town for a Week 13 showdown. Last month, the Steelers edged the Bengals 24-17 in enemy territory. This time around, the victory came much easier for Pittsburgh as they crushed the rival Bengals in a 35-7 rout at Heinz Field.
Phil Simms took some time Wednesday to speak with the The Fan Morning Show to discuss this weekend’s AFC North Divisional Battle at Heinz Field between the Bengals and Steelers.
Cincinnati Bengals Left Tackle Andrew Whitworth joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to talk about this weekend’s matchup between the Steelers and Bengals, and how much he’s looking forward to his matchup with James Harrison since they’ve gone at it pretty hard in the past.