How to Watch Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers
Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers might be without their starting QB Ben Roethlisberger against the Cincinnati Bengals as they try to stay undefeated.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only undefeated team left in the league. Their future Hall-of-Famer head coach Mike Tomlin just secured his 14th consecutive non-losing season. He has never had a losing season. Heck, even Bill Belichick has a few of those. Guess that's what happens when you coach the Browns. Even in his first season with the Patriots in 2000 the club went 5-11.

That's just how impressive the job Tomlin has done in Pittsburgh. His feat, tied him with should be hall-of-famer Marty Schottenheimer. The later accomplished this feat with the Browns and Kansas City Chiefs. Tomlin is on a record breaking tear this month. In early November after defeating the Baltimore Ravens, he passed Tony Dungy for the most wins by an Black head coach. The defensive specialist is only 48 years old so these aren't the last records he is bound to break.

As for his team, they may still be undefeated but looked incredibly vulnerable against the Dallas Cowboys last week who started their fourth quarterback of the season due to injuries. At one point the Cowboys were up 19-9 after the third quarter and had a 19-18 lead near the two-minute warning. Of course the Cowboys were the Cowboys and blew the lead but even had a shot at the end zone on the last play to win it. The Steelers made a defensive stand to escape Arlington with a win. They're going to have to play considerably better to keep their undefeated streak alive even against the Bengals.  

It will get that much harder for the Steelers if they are without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He is on the COVID-19 reserve list and is not able to practice this week. Big Ben hasn't tested positive but came in close contact with TE Vance McDonald who has tested positive. The Steelers are preparing for the game as if Roethlisberger was the starter but we won't know officially until Sunday. Pittsburgh struggled mightily without him last year with a very average offense. It will be interesting to see how this affects the Steelers season even beyond their undefeated record.

What TV Channel is Bengals-Steelers on?

Bengals-Steelers will be shown on FOX at 4:25 p.m. ET. You can live stream NFL Games on fuboTV.

How to Watch Bengals-Steelers

When: Sunday, November 15
Where: Heinz Field, Pittsburgh
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
TV: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV (watch NFL free with fuboTV)

The Bengals have the same two wins as the Cowboys and a tie against the Eagles. They also pulled off an impressive win against the Tennessee Titans who at the time only had one loss against these very same Steelers. The Steelers only beat the Titans after they missed a game tying field goal in the last seconds of the game. While the Titans may still had a hangover in their game the very next week against the Bengals, Cincy has steadily been improving under their rookie quarterback Joe Burrow.

Not many rookies have been asked to do more in recent memory than Burrow. He is only behind Matt Ryan and Tom Brady in passing attempts this season. He's even ahead of Patrick Mahomes. Once Burrow is surrounded by more play playmakers, Cincy has a shot of making noise for some time to come. Don't forget that the Bengals have had two weeks to prepare for the Steelers after a bye last week. This could be an easy trap game for the Steelers if they are not careful.

Bengals-Steelers Betting Odds

Bengals Odds: +6.5
Steelers Odds: -6.5
Money Line: Bengals +235 - Steelers -290
Over/Under: 45.5