I had to go way back into the archive to remember my format for writing up a Steelers loss. Here's what the research produced: á Fatal Error The Pittsburgh Steelers' special teams fails again and lets the Bengals' Bernard Scott return a first half kickoff for a touchdown. And yes, they let him do it. Just watch Jeff Reed run across the field only to go right past Scott without even an effort to tackle him. á Valiant Effort The Steelers' overall defense. While no single player had an outstanding game, the unit only allowed 218 yards of total offense to the Bengals, who average 334.2 yards per game. No one on Cincinnati's offense had a great game, unless you argue that Carson Palmer had a good game just because he didn't turn it over. á Exposed Weakness Bruce Arians: This isn't really a ...
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