Despite Terrell Owens’ effort (he is now in the 150+ career TD club with Randy Moss and Jerry Rice), sorry a$s Carson Palmer, bitch a$s OchoCinco, and the rest of the 2-6 Cincy Bengals managed to get their butts whooped by the Pittsburgh Steelers Monday night:
Terrell Owens has performed well in Steelers vs Bengals game on Monday at Paul Brown Stadium. Terrell Owens performance could not help Cincinnati Bengals in their 27-21 loss against Pittsburgh Steelers. Cincinnati Bengals star player, Terrell Owens has been performing well in this NFL regular season 2010. Owens received 19 yards pass from Carson Palmer during the second quarter and received 27 yards pass from Carson Palmer in the fourth quarter. Terrell Owens caught two touchdowns against Steelers on Monday and became the third third NFL player to finish 150 touchdowns.
And instead of throwing the ball to T.O., Carson Palmer put the game win on the line by passing to a rookie…Jordan Shipley:
The ball headed straight for Jordan Shipley. So did James Harrison. Care to guess which one won?
The often-fined Harrison lowered his shoulder and helped knock the ball loose from Shipley near the 5-yard line on Cincinnati’s final play, preserving a 27-21 victory over the Bengals on Monday night that left the AFC North with an old, familiar look. The Steelers (6-2) are again at the top, sharing the spot with Baltimore. The defending-champion Bengals (2-6) are in last place alone after their fifth straight loss, coming up one completion short.
Credit that last rib-jolting hit – legal all-around – by the Steelers’ on-the-spot defenders. “The defense held strong,” said Ben Roethlisberger, who was 17 of 27 for 163 yards with a touchdown and an interception that helped the Bengals rally at the end.
At the end of a night full of foibles, tricks and missed chances, the Steelers turned to their one constant to finish it off. That unyielding defense came through again. “This is how the Steelers play ball,” defensive back Ike Taylor said. “We might get a blowout here and there. But we’re always in tough close ballgames. As a defense we just want to close them out. That’s what we did tonight.”
Pittsburgh seemed to be in control when Antwaan Randle El threw a 39-yard touchdown pass off a trick play to open the fourth quarter, building a 27-7 lead made possible by the Bengals’ many mistakes. Pittsburgh also had points set up by a fumbled kickoff, a blocked punt and a missed field goal.
Even though it was obvious that the Steelers were gonna embarrass Cincinnati last night, this had to be the most entertaining part of the game…
T.O. Knocks The Bejeezies Out Of A Sideline Security Dude:
R.I.P. Chris Henry…peep pics of Terrrell’s NJ crib (that had jacuzzis in every room) that was recently sold for a major LOSS on page 2…