42-37 — The Bengals lead the all-time series with the Browns 42-37. Although the Browns have played well at home with a 23-16 record in Cleveland, the Bengals have won 13 of the past 17 meetings.

51 — The most points the Browns have scored against the Bengals came in a 51-45 win in 2007, when current head coach Rob Chudzinski was the offensive coordinator. In that game, Browns quarterback Derek Anderson threw for 328 yards and five touchdowns, and Jamal Lewis ran for 216 yards and a touchdown.

104 — In four career games against the Browns, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton has thrown for 1,050 yards (262.5) per game), eight touchdowns and four interceptions on 86-of-123 passing (69.9 percent), which brings his passer rating against Cleveland to 104.0.

37/0 — Since joining the league in 2011, Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton hasn’t thrown an interception inside the red zone but has 37 touchdown passes. His 37 touchdown passes without an interception inside the 20-yard line are the most among active quarterbacks. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is second with 22.

4/99 — Browns tight end Jordan Cameron and Jimmy Graham of the New Orleans Saints are 1-2 in nearly every major statistical category at their position this season. With four catches Sunday, Cameron would pass Ozzie Newsome (23 in 1981) for the most receptions by a Browns tight end in the first four games of the season. With 99 yards, he would pass Kellen Winslow (367 in 2007) for the most yards in the first four games.