Brown, who hasn't missed a regular-season game due to injury since 2012, has exploded with 313 yards and five touchdowns over the past two games.
The teams Cincinnati has defeated this season arent exactly world beaters: 0-11 Cleveland (twice), 3-8 Denver, 3-8 Indianapolis and 6-5 Buffalo.
The Steelers are now 9-2 on the season, three full games in front of the Ravens for the lead in the AFC North.
Earlier this season, the Steelers topped the Bengals in Pittsburgh in Week 7. However, if you're a fan of the AFC, you may not want them representing your conference after how they played last Sunday night.
The Steelers have a chance to pull away within the division over the next two weeks, with a matchup against the Bengals on Monday night followed by a showdown with the Baltimore Ravens next week.
He has a toe injury that kept him from practising either Friday or Saturday, and is listed as questionable to play.
Medically, there is no reason Brown shouldn't do well against the Bengals.
According to official National Football League injury reports filed by the Steelers this season, players ended a week listed as questionable a total of 17 times.