NFL Highlights: Steelers top Bengals 33-20 as Dalton breaks thumb

12/13/2015

DeAngelo WilliamsCINCINNATI, OH – DeAngelo Williams had a pair of touchdown runs as the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 33-20 on Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium.

The 10-3 Bengals are still two games ahead of the 8-5 Steelers in the AFC North, but may face time without starting quarterback Andy Dalton as the broke the thumb on his throwing hand in the first half and didn’t return.

John Sadak and Ross Tucker called the action on Westwood One.

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