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Final: Steelers 16, Bengals 10




0:00 Pittsburgh wins the game, 16-10.

2:47 Bud Dupree recovers Ryan Finley’s fumble after the sack.

3:18 Chris Boswell connects for a 26-yard field goal to increase the Steelers lead to 16-10.

11:59 Chris Boswell strikes from 47 yards out and the Steelers have the lead, 13-10.


5:07 The Bengals answer right back with with a nine-play, 64-yard drive that ends in a Randy Bullock field goal. All square at 10-10.

11:22 Devlin Hodges finds James Washington for a huge splash play. Catch and run goes for 79 yards and a Steelers touchdown. 10-7 Steelers.

12:36 It’s Duck season. Devlin Hodges in for benched Mason Rudolph at quarterback.

Steelers Bench QB Mason Rudolph for Devlin Hodges


2:00 Hello, Tyler Boyd. The former Clairton and Pitt wide receiver went up and over Terrell Edmunds for 47 yards and then over Joe Haden in the end zone to give the Bengals the lead.

3:24 Steelers strike first on a 16-yard field goal by Chris Boswell, set up by a long completion from Mason Rudolph to just-signed wide receiver Deon Cain.


0:58 Mason Rudolph has five interceptions over his last five quarters. Yikes.

6:06 Kerrith Whyte just showed you why he’s on the roster: pure speed. He brings a much-needed element to the running back room.

11:36: Heck of a punt by Kevin Huber. Goes 52 yards to down the Steelers at their own 2-yard line after the first Cincy drive stalls.

With the Steelers backed up, the heavy package with Benny Snell, Zach Banner and Nick Vannett earns the start.


Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals
Sunday, Nov. 24, 2019, 1 pm
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

TV: CBS regional coverage (see map), KDKA-TV locally, Andrew Catalon, James Lofton.

Radio: Steelers Radio Network (102.5 WDVE-FM), Bill Hillgrove, Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley.

Line: Steelers -6.5, total 37.5.

Steelers Now coverage: Alan Saunders


Steelers: RB James Conner (AC joint) WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion protocol, left knee), CB Artie Burns (knee), QB Paxton Lynch, OLB Tuzar Skipper, OT Chukwuma Okorafor, TE Zach Gentry.

Bengals: WR A.J. Green (ankle), TE Drew Sample (ankle), QB Jake Dolegala, CB Torry McTyler, OT Andre Smith, OG Fred Johnson, DE Anthony Zettel.


OUT: Steelers RB James Conner (AC joint), WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion protocol, left knee). Bengals WR A.J. Green (ankle), TE Drew Sample (ankle).

DOUBTFUL: Steelers CB Artie Burns (knee).

QUESTIONABLE: Bengals WR Stanley Morgan (illness), WR Auden Tate (concussion).


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Steelers Place Samuels, Washington on COVID-19 List, Release 8



Pittsburgh Steelers running back Jaylen Samuels and wide receiver James Washington have been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team announced Sunday.

This brings the team total to four players on the reserve/COVID-19. Pittsburgh placed defensive backs Justin Layne and Arrion Springs on the list last week.

The team also announced the release of eight players on Sunday. Quarterback J.T. Barrett, running back Ralph Webb, returner Quadree Henderson, offensive lineman Christian Montano, long snapper Christian Kuntz, defensive end Dewayne Hendrix, safety Tyree Kinnel and defensive end Josiah Coatney were all waived. Henderson and Hendrix were former standouts at Pitt, while Kuntz played his college ball at Duquesne.

The reserve/COVID-19 designation was created for players who have either tested positive for the virus, or have been in close contact with an infected individual. Players can be removed from the list once they have been medically cleared. There is no limit to the amount of players a club can place on the list.

A second-round pick in 2018 out of Oklahoma State, Washington is coming off a productive sophomore season that saw him catch 44 passes for 735 yards and three touchdowns. He played in 15 games last year, starting ten.

Selected in the fifth round of the same draft out of NC State, Samuels has turned into a reliable pass catcher out of the backfield, snagging 47 receptions for 305 yards and a score in 2019. He also carried the ball 66 times for 175 yards and a touchdown.

While they are not the first Steelers to receive the designation, Samuels and Washington are definitely more crucial to the team’s immediate plans than Layne and Springs. Getting them healthy and back on the field will be paramount, as the Steelers look to improve on their disastrous offensive output from a year ago with the return of a healthy Ben Roethlisberger.

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Steelers, Heyward Have Made Little Progress Towards Extension, Per Agent



The Pittsburgh Steelers and defensive end Cam Heyward are no closer to agreeing to a long-term contract extension, according to the star’s agent.

Speaking with ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Heyward’s agent Michael Perrett of Element Sports Group divulged that the team and his client have made no significant advances towards a new deal.

Perrett reaffirmed that Heyward still wants to retire as a Steeler, but acknowledged that COVID-19 has made the path to an agreement more challenging.

“I thought we’d be further along in the process. In a normal year, we might be,” he told ESPN. “The current situation has led to a lot of uncertainty, but NFL business is still moving forward. Cam would love to retire a Steeler, but at this point, he just doesn’t know how all of this is going to play out.”

According to Fowler, Heyward is not considering holding out, mainly because of his position in the team as a captain and player rep.

Heyward, 31, is coming off one of the best seasons of his career in 2019. With nine sacks, eleven tackles-for-loss and 23 quarterback hits, Heyward earned Pro Bowl and First-Team All-Pro honors a year ago. His 79 tackles-for-loss are the fourth-most in franchise history.

While other high-profile pass rushers have signed new deals this offseason, including the Chiefs’ Chris Jones, the Browns’ Myles Garrett and the Chargers’ Joey Bosa, Heyward still waits.

Even though the Steelers tend to avoid in-season contract negotiations and little progress has been made thus far, the two sides still have the month of August to work out a deal.

Still, if they are not able to get something prior to the season opener, you would think the organization would make an exception for Heyward, considering his desirable combination of leadership and ability.

He has remained consistent that he wants to retire in Pittsburgh. The Steelers would be wise to make his wish a reality.

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Mike Tomlin on Rookie Development Under COVID Restrictions



Steelers HC Mike Tomlin made no excuses while explaining the difficulty in developing rookies under the COVID guidelines.

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