Football Night in America

Season 7 Episode 8

Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals

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Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Oct 21, 2012 on NBC
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Pittsburgh Steelers at Cincinnati Bengals
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The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 7 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The game report can be found here.

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      • Peter King: Bad loss for the Cleveland Browns in Indianapolis and a bad loss for the coaching future of Pat Shurmur, with new owner Jimmy Haslam looking on in his first game as owner. Now, there's been a lot of speculation about what Shurmur has to do to keep his job. I believe he has to be .500. That's a long shot obviously, but an even longer shot would be to think that Nick Saban might consider going to a place where he doesn't know people in the front office and where there's no guaranteed quarterback of the future. I think it's much more likely they would look hard at an offensive mind, maybe a guy like Chip Kelly from Oregon.

      • (on Green Bay quarterback Rodgers)
        Tony Dungy: The thing I love is, when they were struggling a couple of weeks ago, Aaron Rodgers said, 'I have to play better.' He didn't point the finger at anybody else, and he has done that the last two weeks. He has been on fire with all of his receivers. ... This is what I love about Rodgers. Moving left, throwing the ball 50 yards on the money. This is why I think he is great.

      • (on the relationship between Pittsburgh quarterback Roethlisberger and former Offensive Coordinator Bruce Arians)
        Hines Ward: Sometimes I think, when you get so close, partiality sets in and you don't know if Bruce Arians is doing what's best for the Steelers or if he's doing what's best for Ben Roethlisberger. I think that set in and they had to part ways because when you go out there and you can't decide what's best for the team and you're doing what's best for the players, sometimes it can be a problem.

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