Sunday’s theme was about hanging on for dear life during the Bengals’ 37-34 win over the Buccaneers.
Despite going up 27-6, the Bengals gave up 18 points in the fourth quarter to set up a game-winning field goal from Randy Bullock to win a nail-biter.
On Monday night, the bright lights came on and something happened, the Bengals didn't disappear. After a sluggish start, Bengals fans - and all of America - were introduced to a different primetime version of the Bengals. One that came to play.
Going into Sunday, the Steelers were 12-3 at PBS since it opened in 2000. With a chance to essentially end the Steelers playoff chances and solidify their own playoff spot, the Bengals let the Steelers leave PBS, yet again, with a win.
The Cincinnati Bengals came out with their most complete and dominating game that they've played in a long time while setting a few records.
The Cincinnati Bengals have clinched their second postseason berth in back to back seasons for the first time in 30 years with a symbolic win over the Steelers.