Steelers winless after loss to Bengals

Frustration building for AFC North club Aaron Wilson

Print This September 17, 2013, 06:54 AM EST

The Pittsburgh Steelers' frustrations are building as they're winless through two games following a 20-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.

The Steelers have never been 0-2 before in the Mike Tomlin era and are tied for last place with the Cleveland Browns in the AFC North.

"We are a frustrated group right now," Tomlin told reporters. "We got work to do. There's a certain amount of misery that comes with the position we're in. We're aware of it."

The Steelers had no sacks, rushed for 44 yards and allowed 127 yards.

Running back Isaac Redman rushed for four yards on three carries.

"If we don't shore some things up, if we don't play better than we played tonight, we won't win a game," free safety Ryan Clark said.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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