What else must the Cincinnati Bengals do in 2018 to prove they’re in the echelons of the NFL’s big boys? They’re 4-1 with wins over a tough division rival on primetime and another against a squad that was 3-1 last week.
Well, beating the Steelers this Sunday would definitely crowd up the Who Dey bandwagon.
It’s essentially been two years since the Bengals last beat Pittsburgh. In the last six matchups in which Cincinnati is 0-6, we’ve basically seen it all: a postseason implosion heard ‘round the world, a letting up of a big lead in primetime and other debacles in between.
When Cincinnati last beat the Steelers, linebacker Vontaze Burfict was back for the first time in Week 8 of 2015 to dominate Ben Roethlisberger, as well as unintentionally injuring Le’Veon Bell.

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