Jungle Talk: Bengals vs Steelers Week 12 Preview

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After the Cincinnati Bengals’ big road win in Las Vegas, Marc and Sam from Jungle Talk are here to preview Sunday’s titanic divisional struggle against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Cincy sits at 6-4 and in second place in the AFC North, just ahead of their rivals from the Steel City, who are 5-4-1. The upstart Bengals got the best of Pittsburgh in their first meeting of 2021, 24-10, on the strength of three Joe Burrow touchdown passes and 90 yards rushing from Joe Mixon. Can they sweep the Steelers for the first time since 2009? Will they be able to stifle T.J. Watt and the Black and Yellow pass r…

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