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Steelers Vs. Bengals Score: Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Fight Back To 17-17 Tie

Midway through the third quarter, the Cincinnati Bengals have tied the Pittsburgh Steelers, with a score of 17-17. The Bengals marched downfield on a series of Andy Dalton passes, then got a break on a personal foul penalty against Lawrence Timmons that gave the Begals a first down at the Steelers’ one-yard line. Cincinnati then scored on a one-yard pass as Larry Foote failed to stop Jermaine Gresham, who caught a nice ball from Dalton.

The Steelers lead the Bengals in both passing yards and rushing yards, but they don’t yet have any turnovers, which hasn’t helped. (The Bengals have one, an interception after a bobble by Heath Miller.)

The Steelers are starting their drive at their 19 yard line after a 21-yard return for Antonio Brown.

In injury news, Leon Hall is out for the Bengals, and A.J. Green (knee) is now listed as questionable.

For more on the Steelers, check out Behind The Steel Curtain.

Photographs by dizfunk used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.