My take on the Cincinnati Bengals beating the Pittsburgh Steelers

On November 28th, the Cincinnati Bengals took on the Pittsburgh Steelers at home.

Bengals starting strong

In the first quarter, both the Bengals offense and defense looked strong by scoring two touchdowns on offense and causing an interception, and only holding the Steelers to a field goal making the score at the end of the first quarter 17-3 Bengals.

Bengals defense dominant

In the second quarter, the Bengals flexed considerable defensive muscle, while the offense continued to score, making the score at the end of the first half 31-3 Bengals.

Bengals defense destroying the Steelers

In the third quarter, the Bengals’ defense dominated. It not only held the Steelers’ offense to several punts, but it also made them fumble the ball, making the score at the end of the quarter 41-3 Bengals

Steelers finally score

In the fourth quarter, the Steelers finally did what they couldn’t do all game long; they scored a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, making the final score 41-10 Bengals.


After watching this game, I took away that the Steelers need to work on many things, such as their offense not fumbling the ball and not throwing interceptions that would not cost them the game, which now could mean the Steelers are not making the playoffs. On the other hand, the Bengals look like a different team from the last few years and could be contenders for the playoffs if they keep doing what they did today. There you have it folks, my take on a rivalry for the ages.

One thought on “My take on the Cincinnati Bengals beating the Pittsburgh Steelers

  1. Spot on! I miss the days when the Eagles would dominate on defense. Was a blowout for sure and am looking forward to see how the Steelers move forward with their roster.


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