LAMARR WOODLEY -- B+
Like the rest of the Steelers defense, Woodley struggled early on and was run over by Cedric Peerman on his touchdown. But Woodley did a nice job of rebounding and made some key plays in this victory.
He finished the game with three total tackles and, although he didn't record a sack, he got good pressure on Andy Dalton.
Woodley's biggest moment came towards the end of the second quarter when he intercepted Dalton and set the Steelers up in scoring range to go in for the tie. Woodley and the defense did a great job in the second half of getting to Dalton and forcing throws before he was ready to make them.
LAWRENCE TIMMONS -- B
Once again, it's Timmons who leads the Steelers in tackles, racking up 11 in Cincinnati.
Timmons was all over the field and made plays both in the backfield and down the field in the passing game. He did a good job of covering down tight end Jermaine Gresham, holding him to just three catches for a measly 19 yards.
Timmons has finally started to emerge as the player the Steelers thought they were drafting with the 15th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft. If he keeps this up, he'll finish with a great season.
JAMES HARRISON -- D
As each week goes by, it's becoming more and more apparent that we'll probably never see the same James Harrison again.
Harrison recorded just one pressure in Sunday night's game and couldn't even break onto the stat sheet, failing to record a solo or assisted tackle.
Harrison doesn't look himself when he plays and NBC did a good job of showing his angle of attack compared to when he's healthy. It's off by about 20 degrees. With the season Jason Worilds is having, it's not out of the question to see Harrison start splitting time, at least until he's back to full strength.