Picked Off:** Cornerback William Gay did it again when he intercepted A.J. McCarron and returned it 23 yards for a score, recording his sixth career interception return for a touchdown. Gay tied Hall of Fame cornerback Rod Woodson for the Steelers all-time lead with six interceptions for a touchdown.
Gay wasn't the only one getting in the turnover game, though. Stephon Tuitt and Rob Golden both recorded their first career interceptions. Tuitt came against starter Andy Dalton, while Golden's was against McCarron. This is the first time the Steelers have had three interceptions in a game since 2011 vs. Kansas City. The team now has 13 interceptions this season, the most in a season since they had 21 in 2010.
- AB does it again: Wide receiver Antonio Brown continues to not just be one of the most explosive players on the Steelers roster, but in the entire NFL. With his seven receptions for 87 yards against the Bengals, Brown has 100 receptions this season, his third-consecutive 100-reception season. Brown had 129 receptions in 2014 and 110 in 2013.
- On the run: DeAngelo Williams continues to give the Steelers exactly what they need from the ground game. Williams finished the day with 76 yards on 23 carries and pounded it into the end zone for two touchdowns. It's the third time this year that Williams has multiple touchdown games, and the 14th time in his career.
Miller time: Heath Miller returned this week, after missing the Colts game with a rib injury, to grab 10 receptions for 66 yards. The 10 receptions matched a single-game high for Miller, the third time he has recorded 10 catches in his career and the second time he has done it this season. Miller is the fourth player in Steelers history with three games of 10 or more receptions, tying Yancey Thigpen for third-most.
The Pittsburgh Steelers traveled to Paul Brown Stadium for an AFC North matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals.