Following last season's turnaround, the Bengals seem to have gone back to their old ways. The team fell to 1-3 on the season following a 28-17 loss to the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. After years of disappointment, the Bengals went 8-8 under new head coach Marvin Lewis last year and looked positive heading into this new season. But the team has struggled coming out of the blocks, especially defensively. On offense, QB Carson Palmer has held his own as he still tries to learn the game. "I'm not concerned with what people say," Palmer said. "I'm only worried about what the coaches and players think. I'm going about my business, trying to get better from week to week." Palmer had a touchdown and two interceptions against the Steelers, bringing his total to three TDs and seven INTs in four starts.