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PRIMER: Cleveland Browns (4-5) at Cincinnati Bengals (6-4)

All you can eat buffet between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.

Jason Miller

Game: Cleveland Browns (4-5) at Cincinnati Bengals (6-4)
Time: 1:00 p.m (ET)
Location: Paul Brown Stadium
Series Leader: Bengals, 42-38
Streak: Browns have won the past two games.
Coaches vs. Opponent: Lewis: 14-7. Chudzinksi: 1-0
Broadcast: CBS (1:00 PM ET): Marv Albert, Rich Gannon. SIRIUS: 158 (Cle.), 86 (Cin.). XM: 86 (Cin.).
SB Nation: Dawgs by Nature Game Center
Weather: Change of rain and 58 degrees [Weather Underground]
Uniform: Orange


  • The Bengals are an undefeated 4-0 at home this year.
  • Since week six, quarterback Andy Dalton is averaging 329.2 yards per game, third-most in the NFL.
  • When Dalton records a passer rating over 100, the Bengals are 13-1 (.929).
  • Dalton is 2-0 at home against the Browns, completing 45 of 62 passes (72.6 percent) for 588 yards passing with four touchdowns and two picks.
  • Running back Giovani Bernard, who has scored three touchdowns in the past two games, leads all AFC rookies with 723 yards from scrimmage (419 rushing, 304 reception).
  • Wide receiver A.J. Green looks to post 100 yards receiving in his sixth straight game this week -- his six total 100-yard receiving games is the most in the NFL.
  • Green, who is averaging 101.3 yards receiving per game, has four touchdowns in the past five games against the Browns.
  • Wide receiver Marvin Jones posted a career-high four touchdown receptions in his most recent game at home.
  • Defense allowed 311.4 yards/game, second fewest in the AFC.
  • Linebacker Vontaze Burfict leads the team with 102 tackles.
  • Linebacker Vincent Rey is the first play in franchise history with three sacks and an interception in a single-game.
  • Defensive end Carlos Dunlap tied a career-best with two quarterback sacks last week.


  • With a win, the Browns will match their win total in 2012.
  • In his past two starts, quarterback Jason Campbell has completed 45 of 71 passes for 555 yards passing and five touchdowns for a passer rating of 110.9. Campbell is the first Browns quarterback since 1967 to register a passer rating of 100 or more in his first two starts with the team.
  • Running back Willis McGahee ranks fourth among all active NFL running backs with 8,359 yards rushing and ranks third among active players with 64 rushing touchdowns.
  • Running back Chris Ogbonnaya has a career-best 28 receptions in 2013.
  • Wide receiver Josh Gordon is averaging 85 yards receiving per game against the Bengals.
  • Wide receiver Greg Little had a career-best seven catches for 122 yards receiving last week.
  • Wide receiver Davone Bess tied a career-high two touchdowns last week against the Ravens.
  • Tight end Jordan Cameron has six receiving touchdowns, which is tied for second-most by a tight end in franchise history for a single-season.
  • Cornerback Joe Haden posted his first interception of the season against the Baltimore Ravens.
  • Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson leads the team with 79 tackles.


Offense Bengals Browns
Total 378.6 (8th) 316.8 (25th)
Scoring 23.4 (17th) 19.1 (26th)
Third Downs 41% (9th) 33% (28th)
Rushing 108.1 (18th) 81.6 (26th)
Rushing TDs 7 (t-15th) 1 (32nd)
20-Yard Runs 4 (t-19th) 4 (t-19th)
Passing 270.5 (7th) 235.2 (16th)
Passing TDs 18 (t-6th) 16 (t-11th)
Sacks Allowed 26 (t-18th) 30 (t-25th)
20-yard Passes 39 (t-3rd) 25 (t-22nd)
Defense Bengals Browns
Total 311.4 (4th) 315.7 (5th)
Scoring 18.6 (6th) 21.9 (11th)
3rd Downs Allowed 37% (12th) 46% (29th)
Rushing 102.0 (9th) 98.2 (6th)
Rushing TDs 4 (t-6th) 9 (t-22nd)
Passing 209.4 (7th) 217.4 (10th)
Passing TDs 13 (t-9th) 13 (t-9th)
Sacks 30 (7th) 31 (t-5th)
QB Rating 78.5 (8th) 82.4 (12th)
Interceptions 9 (t-16th) 6 (t-24th)
Special Teams Bengals Browns
Kickoff Return 24.7 (t-9th) 26.8 (4th)
Punt Return 7.9 (19th) 10.3 (12th)
Punting (Net) 40.6 (10th) 23.0 (t-24th)
Punts Inside the 20 18 (t-6th) 16 (t-13th)