Originally Posted by CTA513
If its raining I would think about pounding Rudi Johnson and Quincy Wilson down their throats all day.
I'm not sure that's a good plan at all.
Pittsburgh's defense thrives in conditions like that because they're excellent in stopping the running game regardless of field condition. A wet field actually aids their pass rush because it offers less footing to the opposing offensive lineman who are forced to react to blitzes from anywhere and everywhere. IMO, the best case scenario for the Bengals is dry with little wind to allow Palmer to find holes in the zone coverage.
In short, I personally feel that a condition-neutral game favors the Bengals.