Six facts about the Bengals and Steelers, who meet at 1 p.m. Sunday at Paul Browns Stadium.
• The Bengals are looking for their first three-game winning streak since winning eight in a row to start last season.
• Steelers cornerback Artie Burns’ three interceptions are the most on the team and most in the league by a rookie.
• Cincinnati is ranked ninth in the league in total offense, which if maintained would be the team’s best showing since finishing eighth in 2006.
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• Pittsburgh has attempted eight two-point conversions this season, which are the most in the NFL, but their 37.5-percent success rate ranks 18th.
• The Bengals have not scored a fourth-quarter touchdown in the last five games and have just one in the last eight.
• The Steelers have allowed touchdowns on 19 of their opponents’ 42 trips to the red zone for the second best percentage in the league at 45.2.