1995 Steelers vs Bengals TNF (Oct 19, 1995)      


1995 Season

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1995 Steelers 9 vs Bengals 27 TNF

A debacle. One of the most disgusting losses of my lifetime. Yes, the secondary is abysmal in this game as they continue to struggle with the loss of Hall of Famer Rod Woodson. But to me, Neil O'Donnell's performance is worse as the Steelers lose their 4th game in 5 weeks. IMO, O'Donnell always looked better "on paper" than he did in the game. He was an unimaginative as a QB; low risk, low reward. Boring and uninspiring. Not a guy who can be counted on to come through in the clutch. So despite deceptively solid numbers (30 of 52 for 359 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT), he lost me for good in this game. I never came back around to believing Neil O'Donnell could get the job done. And he didn't.

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