‘We Stunk It Up Today’

The Red Sox have not had a win since the beginning of April. Fans are starting to get restless, but some people say they just need a little more time.

The “steelers” is a sports team that has been in the news recently. The “We Stunk It Up Today” is a song by the band Steel Panther.

The Pittsburgh Steelers have had a string of bad luck lately. Following a strange stalemate against the dismal Detroit Lions, Mike Tomlin’s squad lost in the last minutes against the Los Angeles Chargers. The Steelers were thrashed 41-10 by the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.

Things aren’t looking good in Pittsburgh right now, particularly after an abysmal performance and a second defeat to the Bengals this season.

After the game, Tomlin was not pleased with his team’s performance, which put them to 5-5-1 and out of the AFC playoff picture.

Against the Bengals, the Steelers fell apart.

Two times this season, the Steelers have been limited to a season-low 10 points.

Both times, it was the Bengals who were to blame.

November 28, 2021 — Marisa Contipelli (@BengalsMarisa)

Ben Roethlisberger had a poor game. The Bengals burned the defense in the air and on the ground, and Najee Harris was limited.

Roethlisberger completed 24-of-41 passes for 263 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions, while Harris had just eight carries for 23 yards and three receptions for 14 yards. Pat Freiermuth caught garbage time for the Steelers’ lone score.

Joe Mixon gained 165 yards and two touchdowns on 28 runs for the Bengals, who dominated the game. As the Bengals continue to wow the NFL world, Joe Burrow was efficient and performed well yet again.

The Steelers have just looked away once again, and their postseason dreams are rapidly fading in what will almost certainly be Roethlisberger’s last season in the NFL.

After the defeat, Mike Tomlin was not pleased with his squad.

Coach Mike Tomlin of the #Steelers claimed this week that he wasn’t downplaying the importance of the game. He said that it had more “sugar” since the #Bengals had thrashed his club in Week Three. Then there was this. https://t.co/8BqJcAK2jm

November 28, 2021 — Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala)

The Bengals beat the Steelers for the second time this season. Pittsburgh scored 10 points and gave up 24 the last time they played. This time, it didn’t seem to be a good idea.

Tomlin had another brutally honest view after the defeat, which is nothing new for the Steelers’ head coach (h/t ESPN’s Brooke Pryor).

“In any of the stages, we didn’t play quite good enough.” On both sides of the ball, we were beaten up front. Today was a shambles.”

Mike Tomlin on the Steelers’ humiliating defeat to the Bengals.

Yes, it is correct.

In every aspect of the game, the Steelers were absent. On offense, they couldn’t run or throw, and the defense couldn’t stop anybody.

With the season nearing its finish, the Steelers have dropped to last place in the congested AFC North and are rapidly moving in the wrong way.

Will the Steelers be able to bounce back and make the playoffs?

Steelers HC Mike Tomlin in loss to Bengals.

Steelers HC Mike Tomlin in loss to Bengals. Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin | Dylan Buell/Getty Images

Does this Steelers team have the makings of a playoff club? No, that is not the case.

The AFC playoff picture at the bottom is packed, and things can change rapidly. Unfortunately, the Steelers’ schedule does not favor them.

They will play the Baltimore Ravens, Minnesota Vikings, Tennessee Titans, and Kansas City Chiefs, in that order. After that, they play the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens to finish the regular season.

The Steelers will need a lot of things to go their way in order for them to win. They must, first and foremost, play far better than they did against the Bengals.

Pro Football Reference provided the statistics.

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