CINCINNATI (FOX19/AP) - The Cincinnati Bengals beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in a prime-time game at Paul Brown Stadium Monday night.
The win ended the Bengals’ 10-game losing streak to the Steelers and a five-game losing streak overall.
The Steelers missed out a chance to clinch the AFC North title by falling to the Bengals, 27-17. Giovani Bernard scored two touchdowns while Cincinnati was building a 17-0 halftime lead.
Quarterback Ryan Finley completed seven passes for 89 yards, but his 23-yard touchdown run early in the fourth quarter all but sealed it as the Bengals handed the Steelers their third straight loss. The Steelers got within 17-10 before Finley ran untouched around the left side with 11:21 left.
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