Same old Bengals.
It wasn't that long ago Cincinnati looked like one of the up-and-coming teams in the NFL.
But much like the Cleveland Browns, they just can't beat the Steelers. In fact, Cincinnati's just not beating anybody right now.
The Steelers were a little slow starting, but they wore the Bengals down, offensively and defensively.
Ben Roethlisberger didn't have his best game. He missed some throws he usually makes with ease in the first half.
But with the defense playing as well as it was, it didn't matter.
Cincinnati hurt the Steelers a little bit when they spread things out, but with Ryan Fitzpatrick running the show instead of Carson Palmer, there was no way the Bengals could score more than 20 points even if they played another four quarters of football.
© Troy Polamalu had a pretty serious concussion and Bryant McFadden may have a broken arm.
Two more tough injuries for the Steelers as they head into a tough stretch of games.
Polamalu's concussion was serious enough that he was having some amnesia and couldn't remember the play on which it happened - a tackle at the end of a 15-yard run by Cedric Benson.
He'll have some tests Monday to judge just how serious the problem is.
Deshea Townsend's Achilles tendon problem is still bothering him, so McFadden's injury could be troublesome as well.
© Max Starks played very well at left tackle in place of Marvel Smith. And he may have to continue doing so. My sources tell me Smith's back problem is pretty serious and he could miss a number of games.
I guess that investment the Steelers made in keeping Starks has paid off.
© LaMarr Woodley and Lawrence Timmons have combined for 10.5 sacks already this season, including four Sunday.
That 2007 draft is looking better and better all the time.