Game: Cleveland Browns (1-9) at Cincinnati Bengals (7-3)
Series Leader: Bengals 37-35
Streak: Bengals have won eight of the past 10 meetings
Coaches vs. Opponent: Lewis: 9-4. Mangini: 1-2
Broadcast: CBS (1:00 PM ET): Ian Eagle, Rich Gannon. SIRIUS: 129 (Cle.), 122 (Cin.). XM: 106 (Cin.).
SB Nation: Dawgs by Nature
NFL.com: Game Center
Weather: Mostly cloudy with a high of 54. [Weather.com]
Television Coverage: State of Ohio, eastern Kentucky, Western West Virginia and western Pennsylvania. 
- With a win the Bengals will go undefeated against the division for the first time in franchise history.
- Bengals have won four of the past five games against Cleveland
- Quarterback Carson Palmer is 7-2 against the Cleveland Browns, completing 197 of 313 passes for 2,145 yards passing, 22 touchdowns and 14 interceptions for an 87.9 passer rating.
- Palmer has a touchdown in all nine career games against Cleveland.
- With four touchdowns, Palmer will become the third quarterback in franchise history to record 125 passing touchdowns (any wild guesses on the other two?)
- Cedric Benson is averaging 122.5 yards rushing in previous two games against Cleveland.
- Benson averages 106.2 yards rushing in games where he records 20 rushes or more -- his teams are 11-1-1.
- Rookie running back Bernard Scott recorded his first career 100-yard game with 119 yards rushing against the Oakland Raiders.
- Chad Ochocinco has three touchdowns in his previous two games against the Browns and looks to record a touchdown in his third straight game against the Browns.
- Bengals defense has 10 interceptions in their past six games.
- Johnathan Joseph looks to record an interception in three straight against the Browns.
- Joseph has an interception in four of five divisional games this year.
- Dhani Jones leads the Bengals with 68 tackles.
- The Browns look to record back-to-back wins in Cincinnati for the first time since the 2002-2003 seasons.
- Brady Quinn, who recorded career highs in passing (304), touchdowns (4) and passer rating (133.1) last week, will make his first career start against the Bengals.
- In 15 career games against the Bengals, Jamal Lewis is averaging 113.7 yards per game, which includes nine 100-yard rushing games.
- In his only career game against the Bengals, rookie receiver Mohamed Massaquoi recorded a career high in receptions (8) and yards receiving (148).
- Massaquoi recorded his second career 100-yard receiving game last week.
- Receiver Chansi Stuckey posted his first touchdown reception with the Browns last week against the Lions.
- Linebacker David Bowens looks to record a sack in three straight games.
- Safety Brodney Pool has two interceptions in his past three games and looks to record a pick in two straight against the Bengals.
|Total||335.6 (17th)||236.8 (31st)|
|Scoring||21.5 (16th)||11.5 (30th)|
|Third Downs||41% (14th)||29% (29th)|
|Rushing||127.8 (9th)||101.4 (22nd)|
|Rushing TDs||9 (t-12th)||2 (t-30th)|
|Passing||207.8 (20th)||135.4 (31st)|
|Passing TDs||14 (t-15th)||7 (31st)|
|Sacks Allowed||17 (t-7th)||24 (t-21st)|
|20-yard Passes||28 (t-16th)||18 (29th)|
|Total||310.5 (10th)||402.0 (32nd)|
|Scoring||16.7 (3rd)||26.3 (28th)|
|3rd Downs Allowed||35% (8th)||39% (20th)|
|Rushing||84.3 (2nd)||154.9 (29th)|
|Rushing TDs||4 (t-5th)||13 (t-27th)|
|Passing||226.2 (19th)||247.1 (26th)|
|Passing TDs||12 (t-12th)||15 (t-19th)|
|Sacks||24 (t-8th)||19 (t-21st)|
|QB Rating||77.5 (t-7th)||93.7 (26th)|
|20-Yard Passes Allowed||30 (t-19th)||37 (30th)|
|Interceptions||12 (t-6th)||6 (t-30th)|
|Kickoff Return||22.1 (23rd)||22.8 (18th)|
|Punt Return||11.4 (4th)||13.2 (2nd)|
|Punting (Net)||37.5 (19th)||38.8 (12th)|
|Punts Inside the 20||14 (t-22nd)||32 (1st)|
2009 STATISTICAL INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS
|Attempts / Game||22.8||1st|
CAREER AGAINST THE BROWNS