Everyone knows to start A.J. Green every week, but what are the other fantasy implications for Week 2's Monday Night Football matchup? Matt Ufford and Nick Stevens see good things for Antonio Brown and the Geno Atkins-led Bengals D/ST.
The Pittsburgh Steelers won a big game Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cincinnati Bengals. We take you inside the locker room to hear from all the pivotal players and coaches.
Steelers vs. Bengals: News and updates leading into Week 2
The Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 24-16 in Week 2, but the cherry on top of their sundae was the team not suffering any major injuries during the contest.
The Pittsburgh Steelers got some good news today as it is being reported Ryan Shazier will be in the lineup vs. the Bengals in Week 2.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals will square off in their first AFC North action of the 2016 season. It should be a good game, but who are the experts picking to win this game at Heinz Field?
Bengals DE Michael Johnson probably had fun Monday night. Neither Mike Adams nor David Paulson could contain him. Both second-year players struggled in other areas of the game as well. If the Steelers expect to run, they'll need better play from both
It appears the Steelers will have three players listed as CBs active in their Week 2 game against Cincinnati. The Steelers signed K Shayne Graham this week in case Shaun Suisham couldn't play. Suisham should kick, and Graham is still on the roster.
Over the last few seasons, pundits have consistently claimed the Steelers' defense is too old. But the organization continues to pump fresh blood into the unit that makes the Steelers the Steelers.
The Steelers will have some new faces on the defensive side of the ball. Making their first starts Monday are Jarvis Jones and ILB Kion Wilson. Expect the Steelers to make another roster move Sunday, likely including the release of K Shayne Graham.
For years the Steelers' defense has faced criticism for not creating turnovers, allegedly not finishing games, and mistakes. Jerricho Cotchery know it's the offense that will have to improve to win games.