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Steelers @ Bengals 2017

Mon, 12/04/2017 - 7:30pm
Doors open at: 
6:30 P.M.
Hey Yinz Guys: 

We keep saying this every week, so here we go again.  The game is 60 minutes long. That’s 3600 seconds for those of you that have run out of fingers and toes while you are trying to count.  This past week, the Stillers needed every second in a thrilling 31-28 win over the determined Packers in another prime-time game for the good guys in Black and Gold.  Bring your pjs this week, because another prime-time game is coming and you know where and when…


When: Monday, December 4th vs. the Bungles, Kickoff is at 7:30 PM. Doors open at 6:30 PM

Where: Patrick McGovern’s Pub, 225 7th Street West, St. Paul, MN 55102

As always, there is NO COVER CHARGE!

The Steelers travel to the second worst city in Ohio to take on the Bungles in this key AFC North matchup.  The Bungles are an improved team from earlier in the season and have playoff aspirations.  They are coming off a 30-16 win over the Brownies.

The Black and Gold’s victory came as Chris Boswell kicked a record tying field goal as time expired.  A nice crowd came out to McGovern’s to take it all in.  This will be the third of four straight prime time match ups so come out and cheer on the Steelers to victory.


Q. What Steeler quarterback once caught a 90 yard touchdown pass?

Do yinz think you know the answer? Well, then write down the answer and drop it in the box as you enter for a chance to win a free appetizer from our friends at McGovern’s.

Or, to make it easier, print the question from the following link, bring it in, and drop off at the table as you enter:

Stats and Stuff: 
The Steelers lead the all-time series against the Bungles 60-35.
The Steelers have won 5 straight meetings and 8 out of the last 9 in the series.
The Black and Gold won the last meeting earlier this year 29-14.
In that game, Chris Boswell kicked 5 field goals.
Joe Haden and William Gay picked off Andy Dalton on back to back drives.
The defense registered four sacks in the fourth quarter.
Against the Packers, Chris Boswell game winning 53-yard field goal tied a Heinz Field record for longest field goal.
T J Watt registered his fifth sack of the season; the second most for a rookie in franchise history.
Martavis Bryant’s 38-yard kickoff return was the first of his career and longest for the team this season.
Ben has consecutive games of four touchdown passes for the third time in his career.
The Steelers streak of consecutive games without allowing a touchdown on an opponent’s first offensive possession was snapped at 27 games.
Cameron Heyward has set a personal single season high in sacks (9.0).