This city might be rain-soaked, but it has endured an incredible playoff drought.
The Cincinnati Bengals, who play host to Pittsburgh on Saturday night, haven’t won a postseason game in 25 years, a streak of futility that encompasses six consecutive one-and-done outings, with three of those coming at Paul Brown Stadium.
Since entering the league in 1970, the Bengals are 5-13 after the regular season.
Cincinnati Coach Marvin Lewis is 0-6 in the postseason, tying him with Marty Schottenheimer, Jim Mora and Steve Owen for the most consecutive playoff losses by a head coach.
The Steelers have been particularly successful in...