Game Notes: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Cincinatti Bengals

Posted: 28th September 2009 by Josh Wetmore in NFL
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From the notebook of a writer who for the life of him canÆt figure out how the Steelers lost the last two games. Fatal Error Allowing the Bengals to even be in the game in the second half by failing to get touchdowns in the redzone. Pittsburgh was inside the BengalÆs ten-yard-line, three times in the first half and only came away with one touchdown. Even two out of three touchdowns would almost put the game out of reach for the BengalÆs. Instead the still had a chance. Valiant Effort Mike Wallace had a break out game, catching seven passes for over 100 yards. He had the best game of any Steelers player and converted multiple key first downs for the offense to keep drives alive. Exposed Weakness Not so much exposed as confirmed. The Steelers have no form of short yardage running game. Wh ...

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