If you would have told your friends before the NFL season that the Cincinnati Bengals would be in first place in the AFC North heading into Week 10, they would have un-friended you on Facebook and had you committed.
But here it is, Week 10, and if the playoffs started today, the Bengals would have the No. 1 seed in the AFC.
Cincinnati welcomes their arch-rival Pittsburgh Steelers to Paul Brown Stadium in Week 10 of the NFL season.
The Bengals are looking to build on a come from behind victory against Tennessee and the Steelers enter the game just a game back in the loss column and looking to reclaim the divisional throne after a loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 9.
This game, with major playoff implications, will be decided by ten important match-ups.