All of Bengaldom is wallowing in another AFC North crown and smiles abound for those donning orange and black this Christmas season. With another successful regular season for Marvin Lewis and the Bengals in the books, there are a lot of numbers to crunch to show just how good this team has been in 2013. Lets have a look:
Eight: The number of consecutive home wins for the Bengals. This dates back to the 2012 season finale against the Baltimore Ravens. It could be in jeopardy this week, depending on if the Bengals want to play their starters for any significant amount of time this Sunday against the Ravens.
Seven: The number of home wins this season.
Three: The number of Super Bowl Champion quarterbacks defeated by the 2013 Bengals. Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Ben Roethlisberger have all fallen victim to Cincinnati this season.
31: The number of touchdown passes by Andy Dalton this season. He is one away from tying Carson Palmer's team record for touchdown passes in a single season, set in 2005.
Two: The number of consecutive 1,300-plus yard receiving, 90-plus catch seasons by wide receiver A.J. Green.
19: The amount of touchdown receptions by Green and fellow wide receiver Marvin Jones.
Ten: The number of rushing touchdowns by BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Giovani Bernard. That is the most by two different Bengals running backs since 2007.
Three: The number of consecutive playoff appearances by the Cincinnati Bengals. It's the first time in franchise history that they have cracked that feat.
Three: The number of division titles won by head coach Marvin Lewis. He has surpassed Paul Brown and Sam Wyche for that title.
89: Career wins by Lewis as the Bengals head man.
1,136: Yards from scrimmage by Giovani Bernard. The most by a Bengals running back since Corey Dillon's 1,388 yard in 1997.
117: Passing yards needed by Andy Dalton to break the franchise record of 4,131 set by Carson Palmer in 2007.
Ten: Number of Bengals Players on Injured Reserve.
Six: The Number of Bengals players who have 35 or more receptions. No other Bengals team has had that evenly distributed production.
Five: The Bengals defense's ranking in the league (yards allowed).
Ten: The Bengals offense's ranking (yards per game).