Mason Rudolph Helps Lead Steelers To First Win This Season

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September 30, 2019

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The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals met for the 100th time in Week 4, and it just so happens the meeting was in prime time on Monday Night Football. Oh, and it also included two 0-3 teams looking for their first win of the regular season.

The two teams had a different look about them considering how gone are Marvin Lewis and Vontaze Burfict for Cincinnati, and Ben Roethlisberger was replaced by Mason Rudolph making his second career start for the injured signal caller. Regardless of the changes, the Steelers and Bengals squared off at Heinz Field with the Bengals receiving the opening kickoff and taking the first possession of the game. (READ MORE) by   | Behind The Steel Curtain

The Pittsburgh Steelers got their first win of the season and made the Cincinnati Bengals look like a very poor football team in the process.

The Bengals couldn’t do much of anything offensively against a Steelers defense that sacked Andy Dalton eight times, which is the most he’s ever been sacked in his career. They couldn’t block, they couldn’t run and they couldn’t throw as they amassed just 175 yards of offense as the Steelers cruised to a 27-3 victory on Monday night. (READ MORE) by Curtis Crabtree | NBC Sports

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