The Pittsburgh Steelers will get the first victory of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at Heinz Field.
The Bengals, who have won six of their last seven, have lost five of their past six games.
The Steelers won their first four games of the 2014 season, the first time they were in the AFC North since 2001.
The Steelers (6-1) have scored at least one touchdown in six consecutive games, including a 17-point victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Dec. 7.
The Colts (2-4) are in a bye week.
The last time Pittsburgh beat the Bengals was Dec. 3, 1990, when Ben Roethlisberger threw a TD pass to Antonio Brown to tie the game at 27-27.
The first time the Bengals beat the Steelers was Oct. 19, 2005, when Boomer Esiason threw a touchdown pass to Larry Fitzgerald.