Game: Kansas City Chiefs (3-11) at Cincinnati Bengals (9-5)
Series Leader: Chiefs, 13-12
Streak: Bengals have won three of the past five
Coaches vs. Opponent: Lewis: 3-2. Haley: 0-0
Broadcast: CBS (1:00 PM ET): Gus Johnson, Steve Tasker. SIRIUS: 155 (KC), 129 (Cin.). XM: 109 (Cin.).
SB Nation: Arrowhead Pride
NFL.com: Game Center
Weather: Flurries, 10-plus MPH winds and a high of 35 [Weather.com]
Television Coverage: Southwest Ohio, parts of Indiana and Kentucky. Kansas, Nebraska and parts of Iowa and Missouri. 
- Bengals can clinch the AFC North with a win (shocking!)
- Team looks to record their fourth straight win against Kansas City in Cincinnati.
- With a win, head coach Marvin Lewis will surpass Paul Brown for second most wins in franchise history.
- In three career starts against the Chiefs, quarterback Carson Palmer has completed 44 of 70 passes for 501 yards passing, two touchdowns and two picks.
- Palmer needs 45 yards passing to record his fourth career 3,000-yard passing season.
- Palmer has ten touchdowns and 5 interceptions with an 88.4 passer rating at home.
- Cedric Benson looks to record his third straight 100-yard rushing game against the Chiefs. In two career games, he's averaging 106 yards rushing.
- Larry Johnson, 6,015 yards rushing with Kansas City, will play against the Chiefs for the first time in his career.
- Chad Ochocinco looks to record a touchdown in his fourth straight game.
- Johnathan Joseph leads the team with a career-high six interceptions.
Kansas City Chiefs
- Quarterback Matt Cassel is tied for an NFL-best nine touchdown passes in the fourth quarter.
- Last week, Cassel posted a Chiefs-career high 331 yards passing.
- Cassel has 932 yards passing with five touchdown and two interceptions (82.5 passer rating) on the road this season.
- Since week 14, running back Jamaal Charles leads the NFL with 297 yards rushing on 45 attempts.
- In his past two games, Charles is averaging 148.5 yards rushing and aims for a third straight 100-yard rushing performance.
- With a touchdown, Charles looks to record a touchdown in seven straight games.
- Wide receiver Chris Chambers recorded his second 100-yard receiving game with the Chiefs in 2009 -- averaging 17.6 yards per reception.
- Linebacker Tamba Hali needs one sack to surpass a career high of eight in 2006.
- Cornerback Brandon Flowers looks for a third straight game with an interception.
- Place kicker Ryan Succop (21) needs one field goal to set the franchise rookie record.
|Total||328.6 (19th)||288.0 (27th)|
|Scoring||20.6 (17th)||17.1 (26th)|
|Third Downs||42 (11th)||26 (31st)|
|Rushing||131.4 (6th)||106.4 (22nd)|
|Rushing TDs||9 (t-19th)||5 (30th)|
|Passing||197.1 (21st)||181.6 (26th)|
|Passing TDs||19 (t-15th)||17 (t-20th)|
|Sacks Allowed||25 (t-9th)||44 (t-30th)|
|20-yard Passes||35 (t-21st)||37 (t-16th)|
|Total||300.5 (5th)||387.5 (30th)|
|Scoring||17.4 (3rd)||27.4 (31st)|
|3rd Downs Allowed||36 (8th)||37 (12th)|
|Rushing||85.2 (3rd)||162.6 (31st)|
|Rushing TDs||8 (t-7th)||16 (t-26th)|
|Passing||215.3 (15th)||224.9 (19th)|
|Passing TDs||17 (11th)||22 (t-20th)|
|Sacks||33 (t-11th)||19 (31st)|
|QB Rating||75.2 (10th)||89.6 (22nd)|
|20-Yard Passes Allowed||40 (t-13th)||35 (t-8th)|
|Interceptions||17 (t-8th)||11 (t-23rd)|
|Kickoff Return||21.1 (27th)||21.7 (t-23rd)|
|Punt Return||11.2 (5th)||6.6 (26th)|
|Punting (Net)||36.9 (23rd)||40.5 (6th)|
|Punts Inside the 20||20 (t-22nd)||36 (3rd)|
2009 STATISTICAL INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS
|Attempts / Game||22.7||1st|
CAREER AGAINST THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS