Friday, September 16, 2016

94 112 188 | Steelers vs Bengals preview, September 18, 2016 (Why Steelers should win)

Steelers = 49; Bengals in 49th season o/u at 48.5

First, the date of the game.

9/18/2016 = 9+18+20+16 = 63
9/18/2016 = 9+18+(2+0+1+6) = 36
9/18/2016 = 9+1+8+2+0+1+6 = 27
9/18/16 = 9+18+16 = 43

This week will be the 92nd regular season meeting all-time between the two division rivals.


Cincinnati Bengals = 75/84/156
Pittsburgh Steelers = 81/108/243

This is a week two matchup, or the 'second' week of the season.

Bengals = 2+5+5+7+1+3+1/10 = 24/33
Second = 1+5+3+6+5+4 = 24/33
Steelers established in '33



Notice the Steelers lead the series, 56-36, not including their two playoff matches, where the Steelers have won both.


Last year, the Bengals won in Pittsburgh on the road.


The fact that the Steelers are 84-years old makes me think #84 Antonio Brown is going to have an incredible season.  On October 2, it will be exactly 84-days after his 28th birthday, July 10, 2016.

United States of America = 84/102



For the game, Andy Dalton, the QB of the Bengals, will have 50-career wins under his belt.



The '81' total games also corresponds with Pittsburgh Steelers.

On the other side of the ball, Big Ben will be playing in his 188th career game and his 171st regular season game.  Bavarian Illuminati = 188

His head coach will also be participating in his 188th game.


As for the coaches, Marvin Lewis is looking primed to give the Steelers their 57th win all-time against the Bengals, at age 57.


Marvin Lewis comes into the game with 113 regular season wins under his belt and 216 total games coached for the Bengals.  Because this is Lewis's 14th season, I imagine it is Super Bowl or bust.  End = 14; Fourteen = 41; Super Bowl = 41

One of my subscribers is convinced the Bengals will win the Super Bowl this year.



http://www.pro-football-reference.com/coaches/LewiMa0.htm

Meanwhile, his opponent, Mike Tomlin, the 44-year old coach of the Steelers, this games comes in a span of 188-days from his last birthday.  This is also Ben Roethlisberger's 188th game.



Mike Tomlin is also coaching for his 94th win, and this is the 94th game all-time between the Steelers and Bengals including the playoffs.


http://www.pro-football-reference.com/coaches/TomlMi0.htm

For a score prediction, let's go to the original game ever played between the Steelers and Bengals, November 2, 1970.  11/2/70 = 11+2+70 = 83 (Football = 83)



Notice the sum of 31-points, in favor of the Steelers.



Again, this is the year of Super Bowl 51, to be played in 'Houston'.


I will be looking for this same score come Sunday.