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NFL • Day 1
09/26/21 01:00 PM
Pittsburgh Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers
10 - 24
Cincinnati Bengals
Cincinnati Bengals

Tip Pittsburgh Steelers - Cincinnati Bengals

Prediction published on September 23, 2021 at 7:48 PM - Modified on September 24, 2021 at 3:49 PM

Pittsburgh Steelers have won one and lost one so far in the new NFL season. Week three sees them host AFC North rivals, Cincinnati Bengals who are also 1-1. The Steelers top the AFC North but all four teams (the others being Baltimore and Cleveland) have had a success and a failure so far. Pittsburgh will be glad to have one win on the board. They were 10-0 down to Buffalo in their opening match but a strong second half performance saw them home 23-16. They weren't so fortunate in their second match, going down 26-17 to Las Vegas Raiders.

Cincinnati also got their season off to a winning start. It wasn't easy though with a seven-point lead over Minnesota Vikings being lost. The match went to overtime and the Bengals ended up winning 27-24. Another close match followed when they lost 20-17 to the Chicago Bears. They will have Joe Burrows back from injury but he faces a rough return against the Steelers. They had a comfortable home win over the Bengals last year and can repeat that this time around.

Key points Pittsburgh Steelers - Cincinnati Bengals

key points iconThe Steelers offense will make life difficult for the Bengals.

key points iconPittsburgh can repeat last year's win over Cincinnati.

key points iconLife is going to be difficult for the returning Joe Burrows thanks to the Pittsburgh defence.

Conclusion Pittsburgh Steelers - Cincinnati Bengals

Pittsburgh are the best out there but they can get a home win over Cincinnati. They had a comfortable win last season and are expected to do the same again this weekend. Joe Burrows is back for Cincinnati but it looks like being a difficult return for him. Go for the Steelers to win this.

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