Cincinnati Bengals Giving Steelers Defeat With Their Second Half Performances

Cincinnati Bengals

When Burrow cut the Steelers for 4 tds and three fifty-five yards inside a 37-30 win that handed Cincinnati Bengals its 6th victory inside the past 8 games, he offered Steelers youngster Kenny Pickett the NFL qb masterclass.

Cincinnati Bengals also received strong performances from wideout Higgins (9 receptions for a record 148 yards) and rb Perine (3 touchdown receptions), who replaced Joe Mixon when the latter sustained a concussion.  Hendrickson made 2 sacks despite temporarily leaving the game in the 1st half because of a knee injury, and Cincinnati Bengals also benefited from a smothering defense in the 2nd quarter that limited Pittsburgh to less than seventy yards after halftime until a scoring drive in foul trouble.

In their 1st AFC North victory of the year, the Cincinati Bengals improved to 6-4 and stay one game behind the Ravens for the top spot.

The Steelers’ last-second touchdown did reduce the margin to 37-30, and now with forty-four seconds left, it was down to whoever would successfully recover an on kick. Wideout Tyler Boyd of the Cincinati Bengals.

Cincinnati Bengals Bags Their First Afc North Triumph:

With the contest just under 8 minutes old and the Bengals ahead by 4, Boyd patiently waited for the ideal opportunity to return to his home and made his 1st 2 receptions of the match for forty-two yards. With 4:30 remaining, a 93-yard play that took just over 5 minutes to complete and resulted in Perine’s 3rd touchdown grab of the game on a 6yard swing ball giving participants a 34-23 lead. Myles Jack of the Steelers fell while being covered, and Perine punished him.

Then as the match progressed and the two sides locked horns, the Cincinati Bengals bagged the match with astounding display of the game in every aspect.