Here's what will happen:
The Steelers will come out playing the way Coach Art wants them to. A long, clock-grinding drive with no WR running down field any more than 10 yards. The Steelers will take 10 minutes off the clock and kick a field goal. Then the Bengals will get the ball and score a TD in less than half that time (they aren't enamored with 70's smashmouth). Steelers get the ball back, rinse, repeat until the fourth quarter. The Steelers will be down, thus asking Ben to throw more and get them back into it. He'll make a heroic attempt, but won't get it done. It will be seen as Ben not being clutch anymore, while in truth the Steelers dicked around for the first three quarters. The defense will not make any turnovers nor will they get any sacks, but rather they'll worry about "tackling the catch." Wonder if Tomlin will think it's a good time to use those super secret two-point conversion plays?