Steelers vs Bengals: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Final: Bengals 20, Steelers 10
We're underway from Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati on Monday Night Football!
Pittsburgh started the scoring off with a field goal in the first quarter after a huge punt return by receiver Antonio Brown. Cincinnati would respond near the end of the first on a seven-yard score by rookie running back Giovani Bernard.
The second quarter was marred by ineffective quarterback play until Ben Roethlisberger woke up and led the Steelers down the field to tie the game.
In the third quarter Cincinnati took the lead back courtesy of a touchdown pass to Bernard, but Pittsburgh was unable to muster a response as the Bengals controlled the clock en route to victory.
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The final. Cincinnati moves to 1-1 and tied with Baltimore at the top of the AFC North. Pittsburgh drops to 0-2 and begins the search for answers.
Giovani Bernard's 2 TD lead Bengals to 20-10 win over Steelers. Pittsburgh is 2 games under .500 for 1st time in Mike Tomlin's 7 years.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 17, 2013
Normally a win over the Steelers would move the Bengals up in the Power Rankings. Not this week.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) September 17, 2013
4th Quarter, Remaining
Bengals safety Reggie Nelson picks off an errant Ben Roethlisberger pass much like he did last season. Bengals now up 10 with just under five minutes to go.
Steelers down by 10 points, would be 0-2 with loss. Last 4 times the Steelers started 0-2, they recovered to finish with a winning record— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 17, 2013
4th Quarter, 7:51 Remaining
Brett Keisel with a huge stop on third down to force the Bengals into a field goal. Still a 10 point game.
Bengals forced to go for 25-yard FG. It's good. 20-10 now.— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) September 17, 2013
Maualuga being tended to on the field— Joe Reedy (@joereedy) September 17, 2013
Here's the Bernard touchdown.
Giovani Bernard: 1st Bengals player with 2 TD in game vs Steelers since Terrell Owens in 2010— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 17, 2013
For all those scoring at home, that's the first plus-20 yard reception by a Bengals RB since Week 11 of 2011 against Baltimore— Joe Reedy (@joereedy) September 17, 2013
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