AFC North watch: Steelers go down vs. Bills in playoffs

Two of three AFC North teams to make the playoffs have tumbled out of the bracket without a win so far.

For Cincinnati Bengals fans, the what could have been perspective on the season continued Monday as the Pittsburgh Steelers went to Buffalo and took a 31-17 loss to the Bills.

There, the Steelers fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter and never really recovered, coughing up four total touchdowns to Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

As such, the Steelers continue to have one of the league’s more notable playoff droughts as they’re winless in the postseason since 2016.

That might explain why Mike Tomlin ended up walking out of Monday night’s postgame presser.

This followed the Browns getting blown out of the building by the Texans in the playoff opener this past weekend, leaving the Ravens as the only AFC North team left standing and the Bengals still the most recent team from the division with a playoff win.

Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire