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CLEVELAND (4 - 5) at CINCINNATI (6 - 4)
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Week 11 Sunday, 11/17/2013 1:00 PM
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CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-5+0.25-44-519.111.7316.8(5)1.321.910.0315.7(4.7)1.2
Road Games1-3-0.82-22-216.710.7306.0(5)1.523.713.5328.2(4.8)1.0
Last 3 Games1-2-12-11-218.09.0290.3(4.8)
Turf Games0-1-10-10-16.06.0259.0(4.5)
Division Games2-1+1.42-10-315.79.0303.3(4.8)0.312.74.3280.0(4.4)1.7
CLEVELAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)19.111.718.328:3322-82(3.7)23-4156.4%235(5.7)63-317(5)(16.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.310.919.331:4227-109(4.1)22-3759.6%242(6.6)64-352(5.5)(15.8)
Offense Road Games16.710.716.527:1319-77(4.1)23-4254.1%229(5.4)61-306(5)(18.3)
Defense (All Games)21.910.020.231:2728-98(3.6)23-3960.1%217(5.6)67-316(4.7)(14.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.211.319.530:0127-106(3.9)22-3760.6%237(6.4)64-344(5.4)(14.8)
Defense Road Games23.713.521.532:4731-118(3.8)24-3765.3%210(5.7)68-328(4.8)(13.8)
CLEVELAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.61.815-535.9%1-153.8%2-59(25)24-3(9.6)7-58
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 16-746.1%1-050.0%2-38(21.3)3-28(9.3)7-56
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.61.5 15-638.2%1-045.8%2-53(24.2)27-2(11.1)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 16-850.8%0-00.0%2-44(25)3-25(9.2)5-51

CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-4+1.55-45-423.410.6378.6(5.6)
Home Games4-0+4.44-02-229.013.7361.7(5.7)1.713.78.7291.2(4.8)2.5
Last 3 Games1-2-1.51-21-128.710.3410.3(5.5)2.717.011.0258.0(4.2)2.0
Turf Games5-1+4.44-23-326.712.0382.3(5.5)1.816.510.3279.3(4.5)2.3
Division Games1-2-1.61-20-314.34.3345.7(4.7)1.715.711.3267.7(4.3)1.7
CINCINNATI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)23.410.620.932:5029-108(3.8)24-3862.4%270(7.1)67-379(5.6)(16.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.611.919.630:3028-110(4)21-3659.6%239(6.6)64-349(5.5)(14.8)
Offense Home Games29.013.720.531:1030-112(3.7)21-3264.6%249(7.7)63-362(5.7)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)18.69.918.129:4726-102(3.9)22-3759.0%209(5.6)64-311(4.9)(16.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.811.719.830:0027-108(4.1)22-3760.1%241(6.5)64-349(5.5)(15.3)
Defense Home Games13.78.717.728:4922-100(4.6)22-3956.1%191(4.9)61-291(4.8)(21.2)
CINCINNATI - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-637.3%1-033.3%3-65(23.4)2-13(7)4-44
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.61.6 14-537.4%1-045.3%2-55(23.1)24-2(11)6-54
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-326.9%1-00.0%3-77(21.9)2-22(11.2)3-38
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEVELAND 21.4,  CINCINNATI 20.7
CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013@ MINNESOTA31-27W6.5W40.5O17-10331-55-306431-13425-42-1953
10/20/2013@ GREEN BAY13-31L8L45U23-8317-42-133129-10425-36-2530
10/27/2013@ KANSAS CITY17-23L7W39O15-5722-36-283129-13624-36-1950
11/17/2013@ CINCINNATI            
12/8/2013@ NEW ENGLAND            

CINCINNATI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2013GREEN BAY34-30W3W48.5O24-8220-28-215430-18226-43-2174
9/29/2013@ CLEVELAND6-17L-3.5L43U20-6323-42-203230-8925-38-2470
10/6/2013NEW ENGLAND13-6W2W45.5U39-16220-27-179218-8218-38-1662
10/13/2013@ BUFFALO27-24W-5.5L41O41-16526-40-318132-13019-32-1921
10/20/2013@ DETROIT27-24W2.5W45.5O18-5724-34-364025-7728-51-3570
10/27/2013NY JETS49-9W-6.5W40.5O25-7919-30-323124-9323-37-1472
10/31/2013@ MIAMI20-22L-3L42P35-16332-53-302430-15720-28-1881
11/10/2013@ BALTIMORE17-20L2L43.5U31-12024-51-244330-8520-36-1043
12/1/2013@ SAN DIEGO            
12/15/2013@ PITTSBURGH            
CLEVELAND: New head coach Rob Chudzinski was the Browns' play-caller during their brief renaissance in 2007 and '08, and he and new offensive coordinator Norv Turner will bring a run-based offense that sets up the deep passing game. Trent Richardson is by far the best skill position player they have, and will obviously take a huge workload. It's a power running game that will pound it between the tackles. Richardson should be a three-down player, as the Browns have only fringe roster talent for the rest of their depth chart. This year's offense will take many more shots downfield. Brandon Weeden will work off a lot of play-action, and Turner's offenses typically look for the big-hitters up the seam. Josh Gordon should be an excellent fit for this game plan. Turner and Chudzinski both like to use the tight end frequently, and Jordan Cameron is enough of an athlete to be used in a variety of ways. Slot receiver Davone Bess is sort of a Plan B underneath if Cameron struggles. The Browns figure to remain very run-heavy near the goal line, mostly because of Richardson's ability to churn out tough yards. The Browns are desperate for a defensive playmaker, as they forced 0-to-1 turnovers 13 times last year. In comes new defensive coordinator Ray Horton, who has implemented an ultra-aggressive 3-4 defense that blitzes from all angles and relies heavily on speed. Rookie DE/LB Barkevious Mingo and free agents LB Paul Kruger (8.5 sacks) and DE Desmond Bryant (5-year, $34M deal) should help a mediocre defensive line that tallied only 15 sacks at home. ILB D'Qwell Jackson rarely misses a tackle opportunity, and CB Joe Haden and SS T.J. Ward comprise a great tandem in the secondary with Haden shutting down opposing No. 1 wideouts and Ward finishing off plays with bone-jarring hits.
CINCINNATI: The Bengals have grown into offensive coordinator Jay Gruden's zone-blocking scheme nicely. Their offensive line, one of the NFL's best, should continue to improve this season. BenJarvus Green-Ellis should continue to take the majority of the work on first and second down. Rookie Giovani Bernard will be a change-of-pace and passing down back, although he could end up sharing that role with fellow rookie Rex Burkhead, who's considered to be more advanced in pass protection. Gruden runs a West Coast offense, but it's a passing game that attacks downfield much more aggressively than most WCOs. Andy Dalton is a shaky decision maker with accuracy that comes and goes, but his willingness to let A.J. Green make plays in traffic is what makes this offense go. Green does most of his work on the perimeter and deep. The second read is usually slot receiver Andrew Hawkins, and they run some designed plays to get TE Jermaine Gresham the ball. Their No. 2 receiver is rarely used, and Bernard figures to be the only back that does more than pass protect. The Bengals were balanced in the red zone last year, including a 50/50 run/pass split in goal-to-go situations. This underrated defense placed sixth in the NFL in total defense (320 YPG allowed) and ranked third in the league with 51 sacks, thanks to DT Geno Atkins (12.5 sacks) and DE Michael Johnson (11.5 sacks). In the second half of 2012, the Bengals allowed a paltry 12.8 PPG with 19 forced turnovers and three defensive touchdowns. New OLB James Harrison is familiar with AFC North opponents, and will help groom young LBs Vontaze Burfict and Rey Maualuga. The strong front seven allows the secondary to go after the football, collecting nearly as many INT (14) as TD passes allowed (16) last year.
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*Browns-Bengals Preview* ========================


The Cincinnati Bengals are still on top of the AFC North despite back-to-back overtime losses.

Another setback this week against the visiting Cleveland Browns would not only see their advantage all but disappear, it would also mark the first time they've been swept in the season series in 11 years.

Cincinnati looks to restore its recent domination of its intrastate rivalry with Cleveland on Sunday.

After a 17-6 loss in Cleveland on Sept. 29, their second consecutive defeat in the series after winning 13 of 16, the Bengals (6-4) won four straight to build a healthy divisional lead over the erratic Browns and Ravens.

But becoming the 16th team in league history to drop consecutive games in overtime has seen that edge fall to 1 1/2 games.

"We pushed things forward very positively, now we've dug a little bit of a hole and we've got to climb out and play better this week against the Browns," coach Marvin Lewis said.

The Bengals were impressive in battling back from large deficits in both losses but couldn't close things out. They overcame a 17-3 hole at Miami two weeks ago before Andy Dalton was sacked for a safety in overtime.

Cincinnati erased Baltimore's 17-0 halftime advantage last week, tying the game at the end of regulation on A.J. Green's improbable 51-yard touchdown catch. But the offense stalled in the extra period, allowing the Ravens to kick the winning field goal.

Dalton has been crucial in the comeback efforts, but he's also again come under fire for shaky play overall with a 53.8 passer rating over the last two games. He was also inefficient against the Browns, going 23 for 42 with 206 yards and an interception.

Though Cincinnati has fallen in a rut, the schedule ahead is favorable. Owning a 4-0 record at home, the Bengals will play four of their last six in Cincinnati, and only one remaining opponent boasts a winning record.

"We know what we have in front of us," cornerback Terence Newman said. "We just have to win some football games."

Coming out of their bye week, the Browns (4-5) are one win shy of matching last year's total and very much alive in a muddled AFC playoff picture.

Sweeping the Bengals for the first time since 2002 would be a big accomplishment in itself for a franchise that has lost 10-plus games in nine of the last 10 seasons.

"It's been a while man," nose tackle Phil Taylor said. "Everybody talking about Cleveland this, the mistake on the lake, all this other stuff, man. It's time for a change. We're tired of losing around here. We've got the talent in here to go all the way to the top, we've just got to get it done."

Jason Campbell has recorded Cleveland's highest passer ratings of the season in his first two starts with the team, coming up just short in a 23-17 loss at undefeated Kansas City before leading the Browns to a 24-18 victory over Baltimore on Nov. 3.

He suffered bruised ribs against the Ravens, but coach Rob Chudzinski said he was full speed in practice Monday. Campbell has gone 45 of 71 for 555 yards, five TDs and no interceptions in the last two games while providing more stability for an offense that had been marred by Brandon Weeden's inconsistency and Brian Hoyer's season-ending knee injury.

"You saw him from a leadership standpoint," Chudzinski said. "The calmness out there, the ability in that final drive to make plays when that was crunch time and in a critical part in the game and just his presence with our younger guys. What he's doing is really giving us a life."

Campbell should have some potent targets to work with, given what Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron have done against the Bengals. Gordon has caught seven passes for 170 yards and a score in his last two games versus Cincinnati, while Cameron had 10 receptions for 91 yards and a TD in the season's first meeting.

Giovani Bernard, who is second among rookie running backs with 723 scrimmage yards and has three TDs over his last two games, will face a Cleveland defense that has been vulnerable of late against dynamic backs.

The Browns surrendered a combined 363 yards to Reggie Bush, Eddie Lacy and Jamaal Charles in their last three games. Bernard totaled 75 yards on 16 touches against them earlier this season.

Green has gone over 100 receiving yards in five straight games, but Cleveland held him to 51 on seven catches in Week 4.

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Last Updated: 4/26/2018 10:41:56 AM EST

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