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GAME: St. Louis Rams (4-6) at Cincinnati Bengals (8-2)
Date/Time: Nov. 29, 1 p.m.
Location: Paul Brown Stadium
Series Leader: Bengals, 7-5
Streak: Bengals have won the past two
Coaches vs. Opponent: Marvin Lewis: 2-1. Jeff Fisher: 13-6
TV Broadcast: FOX (1:00 PM ET): Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, Tony Siragusa (field reporter).
Radio Broadcast: Bengals radio network. SIRIUS: 157 (StL), 81 (Cin.). XM: 231 (Cin.).
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Weather: 47 degrees with a chance of rain [Weather Underground]
Odds: Bengals, -7.5 [SB Nation]
Referee: Craig Wrolstad
Uniform: Black shirts, white pants
- Quarterback Andy Dalton (2,738) needs 262 pass yards to join Peyton Manning as the only players in NFL history to pass for 3,000-plus yards in each of their first five seasons.
- Running back Jeremy Hill has six touchdowns (five rushing, one receiving) in his past seven games.
- Hill needs two more touchdowns to become the first player in Bengals history with 10-plus touchdowns in each of his first two seasons to begin a career.
- In the past five games against the NFC, running back Giovani Bernard is averaging 125.2 yards from scrimmage with two rushing touchdowns.
- Bernard caught eight passes for a career-high 128 yards last week.
- In his past eight games, wide receiver A.J. Green has 51 receptions for 740 yards receiving and three touchdowns.
- Tight end Tyler Eifert leads the NFL with 11 touchdown receptions, most ever by a Bengals tight end during a single-season.
- Eifert has scored multiple touchdowns in four games this season, tied for 2nd-most such games by a tight end during a single season.
- Defensive end Carlos Dunlap ranks third in the NFL with 8.5 quarterback sacks and needs 1.5 to surpass his career high of 9.5 (2010).
- Safety Reggie Nelson is tied for the most interception in the NFL with five, including one last week against Arizona. Nelson needs one more to surpass his career-high of five in 2007.
ST. LOUIS RAMS
- Quarterback Nick Foles has won five of his past six starts against the AFC, scoring 11 touchdowns and throwing four interceptions for a passer rating of 105.2 rating.
- Quarterback Case Keenum has won two of his past three starts.
- Rookie running back Todd Gurley has rushed for 766 yards (109.4 per) and six touchdowns in his past seven games.
- Gurley is looking to record a rushing touchdown in his sixth consecutive game.
- Since Week 4, Gurley leads all NFL running backs with 766 yards rushing and six touchdowns.
- Gurley leads the NFL with four rushes of 45 yards or more.
- WR-PR Tavon Austin has five touchdowns in his past eight games against the AFC (two receiving, two rushing, one punt return).
- Austin has 16 career touchdowns (eight receiving, five rushing, three punt returns).
- Austin is one of four players in the NFL with a touchdown rushing, receiving and returning in 2015.
- Tight end Lance Kendricks scored on a 30-yard touchdown last week.
- The Rams are second in the NFC with 30 quarterback sacks, led by defensive tackle Aaron Donald (7) and defensive end Robert Quinn (5).
- Donald is looking to generate a quarterback sack in his seventh consecutive game against the AFC.
- Quinn has eight sacks and five forced fumbles in his past seven games against the AFC.
- In his past 5 games against the AFC, cornerback Janoris Jenkins has two interceptions, including a 99-yard touchdown) and two forced fumbles.
- Since 2009, linebacker James Laurinaitis is the only player with 15-plus sacks (16.5) and 10-plus interceptions (10).
|Total||376.2 (7th)||299.9 (31st)|
|Scoring||26.6 (5th)||17.9 (31st)|
|Third Downs||43% (10th)||24% (32nd)|
|Rushing||113.6 (12th)||126.0 (7th)|
|Rushing TDs||12 (t-2nd)||9 (t-10th)|
|20-Yard Runs||3 (t-26th)||11 (4th)|
|Passing||262.6 (9th)||173.9 (32nd)|
|Passing TDs||20 (t-6th)||8 (t-31st)|
|Sacks Allowed||19 (11th)||14 (3rd)|
|20-yard Passes||43 (4th)||27 ( 27th)|
|Total||343.2 (16th)||337.5 (12th)|
|Scoring||18.6 (4th)||19.9 (10th)|
|3rd Downs Allowed||37% (12th)||31% (2nd)|
|Rushing||100.4 (13th)||108.1 (16th)|
|Rushing TDs||3 (t-2nd)||6 (t-11th)|
|Passing||242.8 (15th)||229.4 (9th)|
|Passing TDs||15 (10th)||9 (2nd)|
|Sacks||28 (t-8th)||30 (5th)|
|QB Rating||85.7 (10th)||88.0 (14th)|
|Interceptions||11 (t-8th)||8 (20th)|
|Kickoff Return||20.8 (29th)||22.7 (20th)|
|Punt Return||9.7 (t-12th)||7.9 (20th)|
|Punting (Net)||40.6 (13th)||43.7 (3rd)|
|Punts Inside the 20||17 (t-15th)||25 (t-1st)|
BENGALS ALL-TIME RECORD AGAINST THE RAMS
|12/18/2011||Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO)||W 20-13|
|12/09/2007||Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 19-10|
|12/21/2003||Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO)||L 27-10|
|10/03/1999||Cinergy Field (Cincinnati, OH)||L 38-10|
|09/01/1996||Trans World Dome (St. Louis, MO)||L 26-16|
|12/19/1993||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 15-3|
|10/07/1990||Anaheim Stadium (Anaheim, CA)||W 34-31,OT|
|09/23/1984||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||L 24-14|
|11/15/1981||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 24-10|
|12/11/1978||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA)||W 20-19|
|11/08/1976||Riverfront Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)||W 20-12|
|10/22/1972||Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (Los Angeles, CA)||L 15-12|