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Steelers Rally, Beat Bengals In Ugly Game

Tonight’s game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals had major playoff implications for both teams, and while it was a close game that went down to the wire, dirty plays and injuries once again took to the forefront in front of a national audience.

After falling behind by 17 points, the Steelers rallied in the second half to win 23-20.

Before the game could barely begin, the Steelers were dealt a major blow as Ryan Shazier went down with what appeared to be a serious injury.  There was no further word on the extent of the injury, but he was carted off the field and taken to a local hospital.

The Steelers got off to a sluggish start tonight on both sides of the ball and the Bengals took advantage of it.  A 35 yard field goal by Randy Bullock gave the Bengals an early 3-...

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Steelers Use Late Comeback To Tame Bengals

It is late December and for many NFL teams their seasons are on the line.  The Pittsburgh Steelers came into today holding on to the AFC North Divison lead with three division games on the schedule.  Up first was a road contest with the Cincinnati Bengals.  These two teams have a history of hard fought games that borderline on cheap shots.  While today did not feature anything dirty, it was your typical division game that was contested until the end.

Cincinnati struck first with a 23 yard field goal from Randy Bullock, which was then answered by Chris Boswell who booted a 45 yard field to tie the game at three.  A one yard touchdown run by Andy Dalton as time expired to end the first quarter gave the Bengals a 10-3 lead.

The second quarter saw Cincinnati jump out to a two touchdown le...

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Steelers Stay In Division Race, Defeat Giants 24-14

With the calendar turning to December, the Pittsburgh Steelers know they must play their best football down the stretch to earn themselves a playoff birth.  Pittsburgh always gives their opponent their best when they take the field at Heinz Field.  Today the New York Giants awaited them, and they looked to keep their momentum alive towards the playoffs.

The Steelers defense really came out on fire early on.  They were able to collect the first points of the game when a holding penalty on James Harrison with Eli Manning in the endzone ended with a safety.    A 44 yard field goal by Randy Bullock, who took the place of an injured Chris Boswell, ended the first quarter with a 5-0 Pittsburgh lead.

About half way through the second quarter is when the offense came to life for the first to...

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