After quarterback Joe Burrow’s season-ending injury, many anticipated the Cincinnati Bengals to struggle and potentially miss out on the postseason. However, under Jake Browning’s leadership at center, the Bengals have surprised with a three-game winning streak, currently standing at 8-6 and vying for an AFC wild card spot.

Seeking to extend their streak to four wins and bolster their playoff chances, the Bengals are set to face the Pittsburgh Steelers at Acrisure Stadium this Saturday.

Meanwhile, the Steelers have suffered three consecutive losses, including defeats against this season’s underperforming teams, the Carolina Panthers and the New York Patriots. To break their losing streak and keep their playoff hopes alive, the Steelers must secure a home win today.

As for the weather at Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh on Saturday, Accuweather forecasts a game-time temperature around 47°F, with a 45% chance of rain at the start diminishing to 30% in the second half. The prediction indicates a higher likelihood of early game weather disruptions rather than later. The expected 10 mph winds shouldn’t significantly affect either team’s game plans, despite the possibility of snow, cold temperatures, and moderate wind.

Despite potential adverse weather conditions, neither team seems particularly vulnerable, suggesting that inclement weather might not heavily impact their strategies.

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