CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - It's Steelers week in Cincinnati, but the head coach of the Bengals says this game isn't against his team's biggest rival.
Marvin Lewis said Monday he considers the Baltimore Ravens his team's biggest rival since he took over as head coach in 2003.
"Since I came here, I think Baltimore is a bigger rivalry than that because that's where I came from most recent," said Lewis. "I think fans, for some reason, make a bigger deal of it (Steelers game) than we do as a football team."
The Bengals beat Baltimore twice this season and will play Pittsburgh twice in December.