Steelers’ high-flying offense may be too much for Bengals

Cris Collinsworth and Neil Hornsby break down Saturday's Wild Card matchup between two AFC North powers.

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(AP Photo/Don Wright)

(AP Photo/Don Wright)

Steelers’ high-flying offense may be too much for Bengals


PFF’s Cris Collinsworth and Neil Hornsby previews Saturday’s second AFC Wild Card matchup, featuring a heated meeting between AFC North rivals.

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  • Bonnie84

    Except that the Ben R has 1 TD and 4 interceptions against the Bengals in two games this year.

  • Mike

    Still having trouble understanding the media’s fascination with the Steelers. They barely made the playoffs and have a porous defense. Denver should be rooting for them to win so they don’t have to see the D line of Chiefs or Texans.

    • Brian K

      How’d that great Denver defense fare in the regular season against Pittsburgh?

      • Mike

        Not very well. Big difference for a top qb in a home game environment vs in a loud road environment where Von Miller gets a extra jump on the snap. BTW I’m a Chiefs fan so not a homer here. If they play 10 times in Denver the Broncos win 7 of those.

  • Matthew Rinear

    The Steeler’s ‘powerhouse offense’ wasn’t too much for Ryan Mallet and the Ravens two weeks ago…

    • Jonathan Seidman

      their offense didn’t play against Ryan Mallet….i think u r confused how football works.

      • Matthew Rinear

        #1 – Yeah, you’re right, it was just one of the bottom ranked defenses in the league. My bad.

        #2 – The premise of the video is that the “powerhouse” Steeler’s offense is too much for a second string quarterback leading the Bengals’ offense to overcome. Well 2 weeks ago, the ‘powerhouse’ offense couldn’t put up enough points against a significantly inferior defense to outscore a second string quarterback who is significantly inferior to the one they will face tonight. So no, I’m not confused how football works, but I think you are confused about how basic comprehension works.