Game: Cincinnati Bengals (3-1-1) at Indianapolis Colts (4-2)
Time: 1:00 p.m. (ET)
Location: Lucas Oil Stadium
Series Leader: Colts, 16-10
Streak: Bengals have won the past two meetings
Coaches vs. Opponent: Lewis: 2-4. Pagano: 0-1.
Broadcast: CBS (1:00 PM ET): Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Jenny Dell (Field reporter). Westwood One: Davis Sims, Mark Malone. SIRIUS: 137 (Cin.), 85 (Ind.). XM: 85 (Ind.).
SB Nation: Stampede Blue
NFL.com: Game Center
Weather: Partly cloudy and 54 degrees [Weather Underground]
Uniform: White shirts and black pants (18-21 with that combination)
Odds: The Colts are three-point favorites [SB Nation]
- In two career meetings against the Colts, quarterback Andy Dalton is 2-0 with 539 yards passing, five touchdowns (four passing, one rushing) and a passer rating of 116.4.
- The Bengals are 9-1 when Dalton posts a quarterback rating of 110-plus.
- Dalton sports a 33-19-1 (.632) record as a starting quarterback, which continues being the best winning percentage in franchise history (with a minimum of two starts).
- Giovani Bernard is the only NFL player with at least 375 yards rushing (384), four rushing touchdowns, and 175 yards receiving (178) this season.
- Bernard posted 148 yards from scrimmage in his last meeting against the Colts (99 yards rushing, 49 yards receiving).
- Bernard ran for a career-high 137 yards, including a career-long 89 yards touchdown run.
- Wide receiver A.J. Green (who isn't expected to play this weekend), has scored a touchdown in every game that he's played against Indianapolis.
- Since entering the league in 2011, A.J. Green has generated 4,147 yards receiving -- most in the AFC.
- Wide receiver Mohamed Sanu posted career-highs in receptions (10) and yards receiving (120), last week against the Panthers -- and a 34-yard score.
- Wide receiver Brandon Tate scored his first touchdown of the season last week.
- Tight end Jermaine Gresham has scored two touchdowns in three career meetings against the Colts.
- Since 2012, Geno Atkins leads all NFL defensive tackles with 18.5 quarterback sacks.
- Linebacker Emmanuel Lamur leads the team with 36 tackles.
- Safety Reggie Nelson has posted an interception in two of his past three games.
- In his only meeting against the Cincinnati Bengals, Andrew Luck passed for 326 yards and four touchdowns for a passer rating of 113.1.
- Luck is looking to post 300 yards passing in his fifth consecutive game.
- Since entering the NFL in 2012, Luck leads all AFC quarterbacks with 11 rushing touchdowns.
- Running back Trent Richardson has a rushing touchdown in two of his past three games, including a five-yard score against Houston.
- Richardson scored his first rushing touchdown, in his career, against the Bengals on Sept. 16, 2012 (with the Cleveland Browns).
- Running back Ahmad Bradshaw leads all NFL running backs with five touchdown receptions in '14.
- Wide receiver Reggie Wayne (13,985) needs 20 yards receiving to surpass James Lofton (14,004) for eighth most yards receiving of all-time.
- In his past two home games, Wayne has 14 receptions for 196 yards and a touchdown.
- Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton led the team with nine receptions and a career-high 223 yards receiving last week... second-most receiving yards in a single-game in franchise history (Raymond Berry, 224 yards on Nov. 10, 1957).
- Tight end Dwayne Allen has a touchdown in three of his past four games.
- Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson leads the team with 45 tackles, including seven against the Texans last week.
- In his past two games, linebacker Bjoern Werner has three sacks and a forced fumble.
- Rookie defensive end Jonathan Newsome posted his first career sack last week.
- Kicker Adam Vinatieri (2,063) surpassed John Carney (2,062) for No. 4 on the all-time scoring list.
- Punter Pat McAfee is hilarious on the Bob and Tom show.
|Total||397.0 (5th)||444.0 (1st)|
|Scoring||26.8 (t-9th)||31.5 (1st)|
|Third Downs||38% (t-21st)||45% (8th)|
|Rushing||127.4 (11th)||115.3 (16th)|
|Rushing TDs||7 (t-2nd)||4 (t-14th)|
|20-Yard Runs||2 (t-21st)||4 (t-11th)|
|Passing||269.6 (8th)||328.7 (1st)|
|Passing TDs||7 (t-23rd)||17 (1st)|
|Sacks Allowed||2 (1st)||9 (t-8th)|
|20-yard Passes||18 (15th)||26 (t-3rd)|
|Total||398.8 (28th)||340.5 (13th)|
|Scoring||22.6 (t-14th)||22.7 (16th)|
|3rd Downs Allowed||36% (8th)||30% (1st)|
|Rushing||141.4 (29th)||107.5 (11th)|
|Rushing TDs||5 (t-18th)||7 (t-28th)|
|Passing||257.4 (257.4)||233.0 (14th)|
|Passing TDs||6 (t-2nd)||8 (t-8th)|
|Sacks||8 (25th)||17 (6th)|
|QB Rating||71.4 (1st)||83.6 (7th)|
|Interceptions||7 (t-5th)||6 (t-12th)|
|Kickoff Return||28.5 (4th)||27.4 (5th)|
|Punt Return||20.7 (1st)||6.7 (20th)|
|Punting (Net)||41.2 (10th)||44.8 (1st)|
|Punts Inside the 20||8 (t-18th)||11 (t-5th)|