…and I don’t want to say the Steelers have hit rock bottom after looking lost against the Bengal’s because there are still 14 more games left to play but did you see anything to give you any hope that they can turn this thing around? The fans at Heinz field that were closer to the action than I was sitting in front of my big screen TV didn’t appear to see anything that would give you any hope. They weren’t yelling “Lou” who was one of the few bright spots for the Steelers back in the 80’s. No, the fans got vocal early and often thanks to a very offensive offense. In fact both teams were very offensive it’s just the Bengal’s were able to correct their problems while the Steelers offense just continued to be offensive but it wasn’t just the offense. How bad was it? Even the Wizard of Boz who booted a Heinz Field record 56 yard field goal a week ago missed one from 42 yards against the Bengal’s. How bad was it? The Steeler’s defense that had record 75 straight games with at least one sack had none yesterday. How bad was it? The Bengal’s defense sacked Big Ben 4 times. You know it’s bad when the Stealer’s leading receiver was Najee Harris, the team’s running back. And why did the Steeler’s sign Derrick Watt, TJ Watts’s brother? He’s in the middle of a 3 year 9.75 million dollar contract and just got a 3.25 million dollar signing bonus in 2021. In two years what has he done? He’s listed as a fullback but I saw him in the offensive game plan just twice against Cincinnati. If it was more than once I missed It. I saw a 3 yard pass completion and the other time he was lined up where a wide receiver would be. They signed him for that? Sure he plays Special Teams but for that amount of money? You don’t think maybe they could have used that money to do something with what is supposed to be called an NFL offensive line? Well, their offensive alright. So now their 1 and 2 with both of those loses to AFC opponents and one against a division rival and next week they play the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. So they’ll probably leave 2 and 2. Win the ones you’re not expecting to win and lose the ones your not expected to lose. So, Pittsburgh.