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The Cincinnati Bengals have never made the playoffs three years in a row. The Pittsburgh Steelers have never missed the postseason in back-to-back seasons under coach Mike Tomlin. Those possibilities are both in play Monday night. While it’s only Week 2 of the NFL season, history shows that the loser of Monday night’s Steelers-Bengals matchup in Cincinnati is likely to be watching playoff football from home. Since 1990, only about 12 percent of teams that have started the season 0-2 have made the playoffs. Barring at tie, either Pittsburgh or Cincinnati will be staring at that number by around midnight. The Bengals are seven-point favorites at Bovada with a total of 41 and live betting. The Steelers looked really bad in Week 1, losing 16-9 at home to a Tennessee team that led the NFL in points allowed a year ago. Pittsburgh scored on a safety three seconds in, but its offense didn’t find the end zone until 1:23 remained in the game. The Steelers managed 195 yards of offense in losin...
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