8-2 — Marvin Lewis has a 14-7 record against the Browns as the coach of the Bengals. And he’s done much better at home, going 8-2 against the Browns in Cincinnati.
23-1 — Few quarterbacks have been as clean as Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton in the red zone. He has a 23-to-1 ratio of touchdown passes-to-interceptions on snaps in the red zone for his career (46 TDs, two INTs). Only the Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers (39.7-to-1) and Seattle Seahawks’ Russell Wilson (29-to-1) have been better.
90+ — Through 10 games this season, the Bengals have put together six touchdown drives of 90 yards or longer. In the 2011 and 2012 seasons, the Bengals only had one in each.
100 x 5 — Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green has gone five consecutive games with at least 100 yards receiving, the longest current streak in the league. With three more, he’d tie the NFL record of eight, set last year by the Detroit Lions’ Calvin Johnson.
100 x 2 — To put Green’s streak in further context, if Greg Little goes over 100 yards today, he’d be the first Browns receiver with back-to-back 100-yard games since Braylon Edwards did it in 2006. Little would also do it against the same teams as Edwards, although in reverse order (the Baltimore Ravens and Bengals).