The Pittsburgh Steelers suffered an embarrassing 41-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. The Bengals scored on their first four possessions of the game to take their third consecutive victory over the Steelers. That is something that has not happened in more than 30 years. The loss also matched the worst defeat in head coach Mike Tomlin’s 15-years with the team. The Bengals took a 31-3 lead into halftime after former Steelers cornerback Mike Hilton took a Ben Roethlisberger pass for a pick-six touchdown.
The Steelers fell to 5-5-1 and will host the first-place Baltimore Ravens Sunday afternoon. Based on current standings, the Steelers have the toughest remaining schedule in the NFL.
Baltimore defeated Cleveland 16-10 last night, despite Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson throwing four interceptions. The Ravens improved to 8-3 and are one game in front of the Bengals. Cleveland fell to 6-6.
Tonight in Monday Night Football – Seattle will visit Washington. Kick-off is 8:15pm.