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GAME: Seattle Seahawks (2-2) at Cincinnati Bengals (4-0)
Time: 1:00 p.m. EST
Location: Paul Brown Stadium
Series Leader: Series tied, 9-9
Streak: Seahawks have won three of the past five.
Coaches vs. Opponent: Marvin Lewis: 2-1. Pete Carroll: 0-1
TV Broadcast: FOX (1:00 PM ET): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (field reporter).
Radio Broadcast: SIRIUS: 137 (Sea.), 82 (Cin.). XM: 82 (Cin.) and the Bengals radio network.
SB Nation: Field Gulls (@FieldGulls)
Weather: Partly cloudy, 66 degrees [Weather Underground]
Uniform: Black shirts, white pants
Odds: Bengals are favorites (-1) [SB Nation]
Referee: John Parry
- Bengals are looking to record their first 5-0 start since 1988.
- Cincinnati's win over the Chiefs last week is the first time the Bengals recorded 300 yards (or more) passing and four rushing touchdowns.
- Quarterback Andy Dalton has a passer rating of 123 through four games, the highest rated gour game stretch in franchise history.
- Dalton is looking to record a passer rating of 115 or better for a fifth straight game.
- Dalton's winning percentage of .654 (44-23-1) is the highest among all franchise quarterbacks in team history.
- In his last six home games, running back Jeremy Hill has 519 yards from scrimmage (481 rushing, 38 receiving) with six rushing touchdowns.
- In his past three games against the NFC, running back Giovani Bernard is averaging 126.3 yards from scrimmage and has scored two touchdowns.
- In his past eight games against the NFC, wide receiver A.J. Green has 42 receptions for 701 yards receiving and nine touchdowns.
- Tight end Tyler Eifert ranks second among all NFL tight ends with three receiving touchdowns in 2015.
- Defensive tackle Geno Atkins has a sack in three of his past four games and leads all AFC defensive tackles with 35 sacks since 2010.
- In 14 career games against the AFC (including Super Bowls), quarterback Russell Wilson has 24 touchdowns, five interceptions and a 103.4 passer rating.
- Wilson has a career record of 44-16 (.733) as a starter (including the playoffs).
- Since 2011, running back Marshawn Lynch leads the NFL with 6,269 yards rushing and 56 rushing touchdowns.
- In two meetings against the Bengals, Lynch has three touchdowns (two rushing and one passing).
- When Lynch played the Bengals on Nov. 4, 2007 (with the Bills), he rushed for 153 yards, scored a rushing touchdown and threw an eight-yard touchdown pass.
- Wide receiver Doug Baldwin aims to score a touchdown in his third straight game against the AFC.
- Since 2011, tight end Jimmy Graham leads all NFL tight ends in receptions (373), yards receiving (4,570) and tied for most touchdowns (48).
- Graham has 19 touchdown receptions in his previous 17 games against the AFC.
- Rookie Tyler Lockett is the only player in the NFL that's scored a touchdown on punt return and kickoff return this season.
- Cornerback Richard Sherman leads the NFL with 26 interceptions since 2011 (including the playoffs).
- Safety Kam Chancellor secured a touchdown in his last game against the Bengals.
- Defensive end Cliff Avril secured a sack in his only game against the Bengals (Dec. 6, 2009 with the Lions).
- Linebackers Bobby Wagner (34) and K.J. Wright (27) lead the Seahawks in tackles.
- Safety Earl Thomas is third on the team with 13 tackles.
|Total||422.0 (2nd)||345.8 (19th)|
|Scoring||30.2 (4th)||21.8 (18th)|
|Third Downs||46% (5th)||39% (17th)|
|Rushing||128.0 (t-7th)||128.0 (t-7th)|
|Rushing TDs||7 (2nd)||0 (t-30th)|
|20-Yard Runs||2 (t-14th)||2 (t-14th)|
|Passing||294.0 (4th)||217.8 (27th)|
|Passing TDs||9 (t-3rd)||5 (t-21st)|
|Sacks Allowed||2 (t-1st)||18 (31st)|
|20-yard Passes||20 (t-1st)||15 (t-7th)|
|Total||364.8 (19th)||278.8 (2nd)|
|Scoring||19.2 (9th)||17.8 (t-3rd)|
|3rd Downs Allowed||38% (12th)||33% (t-7th)|
|Rushing||85.8 (6th)||88.5 (7th)|
|Rushing TDs||0 (1st)||2 (t-7th)|
|Passing||279.0 (27th)||190.2 (5th)|
|Passing TDs||6 (t-11th)||3 (t-2nd)|
|Sacks||11 (t-6th)||6 (t-23rd)|
|QB Rating||94.9 (18th)||97.8 (21st)|
|Interceptions||3 (t-13th)||0 (t-30th)|
|Kickoff Return||19.2 (28th)||28.6 (6th)|
|Punt Return||8.4 (18th)||15.4 (7th)|
|Punting (Net)||43.2 (t-4th)||37.7 (24th)|
|Punts Inside the 20||6 (t-16th)||(30th)|
BENGALS ALL-TIME RECORD AGAINST THE SEAHAWKS
|10/30/2011||CenturyLink Field (Seattle, WA)||W 34-12|
|09/23/2007||Qwest Field (Seattle, WA)||L 24-21|
|10/26/2003||Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 27-24|
|11/07/1999||Kingdome (Seattle, WA)||L 37-20|
|09/17/1995||Kingdome (Seattle, WA)||L 24-21|
|11/06/1994||Kingdome (Seattle, WA)||W 20-17, OT|
|09/26/1993||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||L 19-10|
|09/06/1992||Kingdome (Seattle, WA)||W 21-3|
|10/06/1991||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||L 13-7|
|10/01/1990||Kingdome (Seattle, WA)||L 31-16|
|12/10/1989||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||L 24-17|
|12/31/1988 *||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 21-13|
|10/11/1987||Kingdome (Seattle, WA)||W 17-10|
|11/16/1986||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 34-7|
|09/08/1985||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||L 28-24|
|11/18/1984||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||L 26-6|
|12/26/1982||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 24-10|
|09/06/1981||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 27-21|
|09/25/1977||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 42-20|
* AFC Divisional Playoff Game