The Cincinnati Bengals haven’t won an NFL playoff game since January 6, 1990. They beat the Houston Oilers—right there, that tells you it was a long time ago—by a 41-14 score in the wild-card round of the AFC playoffs. Since then, the Bengals have lost all five postseason contests they’ve played in. That needs to change this weekend.
The Pittsburgh Steelers played a gritty game against the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday night at Heinz Field, losing Le’Veon Bell to injury but claiming the AFC North with a 27-17 win.
The Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) face the (8-3-1) Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday December 10, 2014, with the AFC North title in play.
Linebacker James Harrison is sporting new colors on the football field this season. No more black and gold; instead, it’s black and orange in what should make for a black and blue division this year.
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.
NFL Network Analyst Brian Baldinger joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday to explain why the Cincinnati Bengals have been successful this season.
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.
Cincinnati Enquirer Bengals Beat Writer Joe Reedy joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller to discuss the Steelers win over the Bengals, and Head Coach Marvin Lewis’ postgame comments in which he made it sound like the Bengals had come away with some sort of moral victory.