Game: Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals
Time: 1:00 PM (ET)
Location: Paul Brown Stadium
Series Leader: Broncos, 18-8
Streak: Broncos have won 14 of the past 17
Coaches vs. Opponent: Lewis: 1-4. Fox: 2-2
Broadcast: CBS (1:00 PM ET): Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf. SIRIUS: 94 (Den.), 106 (Cin.). XM: 235 (Cin.).
SB Nation: Mile High Report
NFL.com: Game Center
Weather: Partly cloud and 56 degrees [Weather Underground]
- Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton passed for 332 yards passing with two touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 107.0 during his only game against the Denver Broncos.
- Dalton currently ranks second in the AFC with a fourth-quarter passer rating of 105.3 (Peyton Manning, 119.6).
- Since 2010, running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis is tied for third in the NFL with 26 rushing touchdowns.
- Running back Cedric Peerman scored his first rushing touchdown in the NFL against the Steelers during Cincinnati's most recent game.
- Wide receiver A.J. Green has a touchdown reception in six consecutive games, tied for fourth-longest streak in franchise history.
- During only meeting against the Broncos, Green posted 10 receptions for 124 yards receiving and a touchdown last year.
- Defense is tied for third in the NFL and first in the AFC with 23 quarterback sacks.
- Defensive end Michael Johnson needs half a sack to surpass last year's career-high of six.
- Since 2011, defensive tackle Geno Atkins has 14.5 quarterback sacks.
- Atkins and Johnson each posted a quarterback sack the last time they played Denver.
- Safety Chris Crocker posted his second interception of the season last week.
- Bengals linebacker Rey Maualuga leads the team with 58 tackles.
- Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is 7-0 all-time against the Bengals, posting 17 touchdowns, three picks and a passer rating of 107.
- In his past two games on the road, Manning has completed 55 of 74 passes for 646 yards passing with six touchdowns and an interception for a passer rating of 121.8.
- Manning completed three touchdowns against zero picks last week, the 37th time in his career, surpassing Brett Favre for most games in NFL history with three touchdowns and zero interceptions.
- Running back Willis McGahee posted his 33rd 100-yard rushing game last week. Most among active players.
- In his last meeting against the Bengals, McGahee rushed for 101 yards and scored a touchdown.
- Rookie running back Ronnie Hillman posted a career-best 86 yards rushing last week.
- Wide receiver DeMaryius Thomas posted his fourth 100-yard receiving game of the season last week.
- Wide receiver Eric Decker is looking to record a touchdown in his fifth straight game.
- Linebacker Wesley Woodyard generated a quarterback sack and interception last week.
- Defensive end Elvis Dumervil has four quarterback sacks in his past four games.
- Linebacker Von Miller has 17.5 sacks in 22 career games.
|Total||354.0 (17th)||405.4 (3rd)|
|Scoring||23.7 (14th)||29.1 (4th)|
|Third Downs||28 (31st)||44% (5th)|
|Rushing||96.6 (23rd)||112.6 (14th)|
|Rushing TDs||4 (t-19th)||5 (t-13th)|
|20-Yard Runs||3 (t-23rd)||4 (t-16th)|
|Passing||257.4 (11th)||292.9 (4th)|
|Passing TDs||14 (t-7th)||17 (t-3rd)|
|Sacks Allowed||17 (t-18th)||10 (4th)|
|20-yard Passes||21 (t-20th)||33 (1st)|
|Total||357.1 (21st)||213.3 (8th)|
|Scoring||26.7 (25th)||21.7 (14th)|
|3rd Downs Allowed||39 (16th)||41 (20th)|
|Rushing||124.0 (22nd)||106.0 (15th)|
|Rushing TDs||9 (t-28th)||4 (t-10th)|
|20-Yard Runs||4 (t-8th)||4 (t-8th)|
|Passing||233.1 (16th)||213.3 (8th)|
|Passing TDs||9 (t-7th)||13 (t-22)|
|Sacks||23 (t-3rd)||19 (t-12th)|
|QB Rating||97.9 (28th)||84.3 (13th)|
|20-Yard Passes Allowed||28 (26th)||18 (t-5th)|
|Interceptions||3 (t-27th)||7 (t-13th)|
|Kickoff Return||23.5 (18th)||18.0 (31st)|
|Punt Return||13.4 (4th)||8.0 (16th)|
|Punting (Net)||41.0 (t-11th)||42.6 (5th)|
|Punts Inside the 20||14 (t-8th)||14 (t-8th)|
CAREER AGAINST THE BRONCOS
|DATE||REC||YRD||TD||KOR||KOR YRD||PR||PR YRD||ST TD|