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Cincinnati Bengals @ Pittsburgh SteelersPittsburgh defeats division rival Bengals and take control of first place of the AFC North. This game started out well for Cincinnati and were actually able to effectively run the ball against one of the best defensive units in football today. Bernard Scott was ripping off long runs left and right while the Pittsburgh running game floundered all game. The Bengals may have been moving the ball on the Steelers, but Andy Dalton would come undone in this one throwing a total of 5 interceptions. The turnovers made the difference in this one for sure. The Pittsburgh Steelers were able to break through the Bungals offensive line and keep their opponent out of the endzone when it really counted. Ben Roethlisberger threw an interception himself, but for the rest of the game played the way that Steeler fans know he can. Pittsburgh moves to the number one slot in a division that seems to be getting off to a slow start so far this season, but the rest of the season will definitely be a test for Pittsburgh moving forward as every team in their division is completely capable of making a run to the playoffs. GAME CHANGER:The late 4th quarter interception by Andy Dalton put this one out of reach for the Bengals and allowed Pittsburgh to run the clock out for the 30-20 victory. PLAYER OF THE GAME:Ben Roethlisberger
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