Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

Pittsburgh Steelers Odds

Quarterback Mason Rudolph looks to avoid any in-game turmoil when the Pittsburgh
Steelers visit the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Rudolph was hit on the head with his own
helmet by Cleveland Browns defensive Myles Garrett on Nov. 14, and he has expressed
regret for his own actions that escalated the situation. Rudolph picked apart the Bengals in a
27-3 win on Sept. 30, when he completed 24 of 28 passes for 229 yards and two
touchdowns. Top wideout JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion, knee) is expected to miss the
game, and running back James Conner (shoulder) might also be out. The Steelers are
looking for their fifth win in six games.,

Cincinatti Bengals Odds

The Cincinnati Bengals take another swipe at recording their first victory when they host the
Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. Cincinnati has scored 17 or fewer points in eight of its 10
games, and switching from veteran quarterback Andy Dalton to rookie Ryan Finley hasn’t
prompted improvement. Finley has completed just 47.5 percent of his passes in two starts
and was just 13-of-31 passing for 115 yards in last week’s loss to the Oakland Raiders.
Leading receiver Tyler Boyd (58 receptions, 598 yards) had just one catch for 0 yards on
three targets and later criticized the lack of throws his way. Veteran wideout A.J. Green
(ankle) is expected to sit out and still hasn’t played this season.