Riverfront Ball Week 16 NFL Staff Picks

Dec 13, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals guard Kevin Zeitler (68) blocks Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cedric Thornton (72) during the third quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. The Bengals defeated the Eagles 34-13. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports


 

 

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Bengals vs Steelers Game Predictions

J. Shifman

A.J. Green will have two touchdowns and The Law Firm is going to rush for another in the Bengals victory over the Stealers (yes, I know what I wrote).

Final Score: Cincinnati 28, Pittsburgh 21

 

Mel Payne

The defense is going to have a huge game against Big Ben and the Steelers offense. I call two picks by the backfield and six sacks for the Cincinnati D up front. Andy Dalton will light it up through the air, utilizing Hawkins and Jones more in the passing game. Green-Ellis will get another 100+ yards on the ground.

Final Score: Cincinnati 24, Pittsburgh 13

 

Cody Chalmers

Cincinnati will go into Pittsburgh this Sunday and beat the Steelers. Dalton will throw a TD to Green and Gresham and rush for another. He will end the game with 200 passing yards and no interceptions. The Law Firm will run for 100 and a TD. The defense will be able to hold Big Ben and the Steelers to a Mike Wallace TD and a field goal. The Bengals will secure a post season berth in back to back years for the first time since the 1981-82 seasons.

Final Score: Cincinnati 28, Pittsburgh 10

Topics: Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, NFL Predictions

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