Bengals Ready for Battle with Pittsburgh

Traditional AFC North rivals meet in Cincinnati this weekend as the Bengals host the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium.  The Steelers look to rebound from Sunday night’s heartbreaking loss at Denver.  Pittsburgh rallied from a 28-14 deficit with two late fourth-quarter touchdowns only to watch Jason Elam’s 49-yard field goal sail through the uprights on the game’s final play.  The 31-28 setback dropped the Steelers to 4-and-2, but they remain a half-game ahead of the 4-and-3 Ravens.  Cincinnati is still mired in last place at 2-and-4 despite a 38-31 home triumph over the New York Jets.  Backup running back Kenny Watson had a career game with 130 yards and three touchdowns for the Bengals, who scored 28 unanswered points to win for the first time since Week One.  The teams split their two games last season.


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