Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor weighed in on their loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 12. Taylor said the Bengals should put the loss behind them and move on, per the Cincinnati Enquirer's Charlie Goldsmith.

“Zac Taylor: ‘Go find a way to get a win, change the narrative and play meaningful football,'” Goldsmith tweeted on Monday.

Zac Taylor's Bengals struggled against the Steelers in Week 12

The Bengals played without starting quarterback Joe Burrow in their 16-10 loss to the Steelers on Sunday. Burrow suffered a season-ending wrist injury in Cincinnati's 34-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 11.

Nevertheless, the Bengals held their own against Pittsburgh in the first half. Burrow's backup Jake Browning threw a touchdown pass to tight end Drew Sample in the second quarter. Alas, it was Cincinnati's lone touchdown of the game.

Browning completed 19 of 26 passes for 227 yards, one touchdown, and one pick in his first NFL start. He and his teammates couldn't move the sticks in the second half. Cincinnati mustered just one field goal in the last two quarters.

The Bengals' running game sputtered against the Steelers. In fact, Cincinnati's starting running back Joe Mixon had just 16 rushing yards on eight carries.

Zac Taylor told reporters he's not blaming Joe Mixon for their lackluster running game.

“This has nothing to do with Joe Mixon. This is the entirety of the unit coming together, and so don't make this about one person. You know, it's not like there were some missed opportunities there from what I could see. He continues to run hard, and he's given us what we needed this season,” Zac Taylor quipped.

The Bengals dropped to 5-6 and suddenly find themselves in unchartered waters. The defending AFC North champions will play the rest of the season without Joe Burrow.

Cincy will also square off against the AFC South-leading Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 13. The road doesn't get any easier for Who Dey Nation.