Found September 13, 2013 on isportsweb.com:
The Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Cincinnati with an 0-1 record after a pitiful performance against the Tennessee Titans in the season opener. The Steelers face the Bengals in week 2, an AFC North match-up that’ll leave one of the team’s in the division 0-2 to start the year. To avoid going 0-2 the Steelers will need to follow these five key things if they want to walk out of Cincinnati with a win. 5.  Stay strong in the secondary A more experienced Andy Dalton goes up against a for the most part, veteran Steelers defense. Dalton and the rest of the Bengals handed the Steelers a loss last year that eliminated the Steelers from playoff contention. Dalton looked sharp in that win and has only gotten better. The Bengals fell to the Chicago in their season opener, Dalton still passed for 282 yards in that game. The leading receiver was none other than AJ Green who racked up 162 receiving yards and two touchdowns. The Steelers secondary is going to have shut down AJ Green and prevent any...
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  • The offensive line needs to get some Swag. Get cocky, get mean, get emotional. The last game they looked like they were at some sort of Pancake social.
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