Bengals Week 4 Will Be Taking On Their Archnemeses This Monday\r\nThe Steelers! To say these two teams hate each other is the biggest understatement of 2019. They have fought during games, during pregames, during postgames. They have fought in a house, with a mouse, here or there, anywhere. They may not like Green Eggs and Ham, but they love to hate each other.\r\n\r\nBoth teams are still looking for their first win of the season. The Bengals have come close in Week 1 against the Seahawks losing by one point. And again, losing to the Bills last week in Buffalo after Andy Dalton threw an interception to seal the Bills victory.\r\n\r\nThe Steelers were blown out in Week 1 against the Patriots. Lost a close one to the Seahawks in Weeks 2. And after not being able to capitalize on five turnovers dropped their third game of the season against the 49ers.\r\n\r\nUnless this game ends in a tie, at least someone is going to one in the win column. As for the Bengals, it won\u2019t be an easy task with the game not only in Pittsburg, but it\u2019s also Primetime. For some reason, Dalton does not do well in Primetime games. Since Dalton was drafted in 2011 he has played in 20 primetime games for the Bengals. He has won six games and lost 14 of them. When the bright lights are on Dalton is off his game.\r\n\r\nWhen in Prime-Time games Dalton on average completes less than 59% of his passes with less than 220 yards and only 1.3 touchdowns. When the lights aren\u2019t on, he completes, again on average, 63% of his passes with 240 yards and over 1.5 touchdowns per game. If you play in close games those little changes can determine whether you win or lose.\r\n\r\nThe Bengals will still be without star wide receiver AJ Green. And head coach Zac Taylor will not give a timetable for his return.\r\n\r\nIf the Bengals are going to start producing wins in 2019, they are going to need to figure out their running game. More specifically, they need to figure out how to get their star running back Joe Mixon going.\r\n\r\nThrough the first three games, the Bengals have only produced 125 yards and one touchdown on the ground. Mixon, yes was dealing with an ankle injury, doesn't even have 140 total yards and only one touchdown. Whereas the defense has given up over 500 yards and four touchdowns. The Bengals offense is too one-sided and putting too much on Dalton\u2019s plate.\r\n\r\nIf you need to right the ship this week isn\u2019t the week to be hopeful, but to be honest, at all cost the Bengals need to right the ship starting now.\r\n\r\nGet more Bengals News here on Sports Talk Line\r\nIf it ain't football news, is it worth reading?