5 best moments from the Steelers Week 10 win vs. Bengals
The Pittsburgh Steelers got on offense near the end of the first quarter with a 6 point lead.
After multiple possessions starting on the Bengals side of the field, they had been unable to capitalize, with anything other than field goals. They would get the chance after moving down the field offensively and they would make it work.
Diontae Johnson would make the kind of catch I have seen him drop multiple times throughout 2020. Ben threw it a little low and Johnson was able to hold onto it as it hit his legs first. This was huge. It can’t be stressed enough how explosive the Bengals offense is and the fact that Pittsburgh was able to extend their lead to over 10 points in the first quarter would be huge.
This was a great way for Pittsburgh to respond. They had been winning but had only managed 2 first downs between their first couple of possessions. The 6 point lead was a result of tremendous defense and special teams play that would give Pittsburgh the ball in field goal range.