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CLEVELAND (3 - 6 - 1) at CINCINNATI (5 - 5)
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Week 12 Sunday, 11/25/2018 1:00 PM
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CLEVELAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-6-1.86-45-521.87.5355.4(5.5)1.326.312.3419.7(6)2.5
Road Games0-4-42-22-225.27.7339.0(5.6)1.731.211.7429.2(5.8)2.5
Last 3 Games1-2-0.11-22-122.311.7350.7(6)1.028.715.0434.0(6.7)1.7
Division Games1-1+0.42-12-117.04.0326.7(4.8)
CLEVELAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.87.519.630:4028-133(4.8)22-3758.8%222(6)65-355(5.5)(16.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2512.421.130:4425-110(4.4)23-3665.1%253(7.1)61-362(6)(14.5)
Offense Road Games25.27.717.729:1425-123(4.8)22-3562.4%215(6.1)61-339(5.6)(13.4)
Defense (All Games)26.312.324.432:5828-132(4.7)26-4162.4%288(6.9)70-420(6)(16)
Opponents Offensive Avg.27.414.322.531:5125-107(4.3)25-3766.4%288(7.7)62-395(6.3)(14.4)
Defense Road Games31.211.726.034:5229-121(4.2)30-4565.7%308(6.8)74-429(5.8)(13.7)
CLEVELAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-536.8%1-166.7%1-30(23.3)3-33(11.9)7-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 12-543.5%1-160.7%2-42(21.9)18-2(9.3)7-60
Stats Against (Road Games) 13-537.0%1-066.7%1-17(23.3)3-41(12.6)6-61

CINCINNATI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-505-57-325.614.2329.3(5.9)
Home Games3-2+0.72-33-226.615.2333.2(5.9)0.630.617.2457.6(6.5)2.0
Last 3 Games1-2-11-23-024.013.7313.7(6.2)0.736.319.0496.0(6.6)1.7
Turf Games3-2+0.72-33-226.615.2333.2(5.9)0.630.617.2457.6(6.5)2.0
Division Games1-2-1.32-12-125.316.3301.0(5.1)
CINCINNATI - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.614.219.826:2320-90(4.5)22-3662.4%239(6.7)56-329(5.9)(12.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.512.521.330:0725-106(4.3)24-3666.1%254(7)61-360(5.9)(14.7)
Offense Home Games26.615.218.826:2122-104(4.7)21-3461.4%229(6.7)56-333(5.9)(12.5)
Defense (All Games)31.218.426.133:3731-154(5)26-3966.9%296(7.6)70-449(6.5)(14.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.27.914.522.931:3526-110(4.3)25-3866.7%282(7.5)63-392(6.2)(14)
Defense Home Games30.617.226.633:3928-135(4.9)27-4363.4%322(7.6)70-458(6.5)(15)
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) 15-855.5%1-150.0%2-41(24)2-15(9.7)7-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.51.4 13-645.8%1-163.2%2-41(22.4)17-2(9.5)7-57
Stats Against (Home Games) 15-749.3%2-175.0%1-34(28.2)2-23(14.4)7-57
Average power rating of opponents played: CLEVELAND 22.7,  CINCINNATI 23.7
CLEVELAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2018@ OAKLAND42-45L2.5L44.5O31-20821-41-279429-13935-58-4262
10/14/2018LA CHARGERS14-38L-1L47O21-10322-46-214236-24612-21-2031
10/21/2018@ TAMPA BAY23-26L3.5W52U23-11923-34-186132-11432-52-3424
10/28/2018@ PITTSBURGH18-33L8L47.5O21-7422-36-163131-16824-36-2532
11/4/2018KANSAS CITY21-37L7.5L51O25-10230-43-286124-13923-32-3601
11/25/2018@ CINCINNATI            
12/2/2018@ HOUSTON            
12/15/2018@ DENVER            

CINCINNATI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2018@ ATLANTA37-36W3W52O23-9929-41-308124-9229-39-4030
10/21/2018@ KANSAS CITY10-45L6.5L56U19-6519-33-174129-19828-39-3531
10/28/2018TAMPA BAY37-34W-3.5L55O27-13821-34-264027-12629-50-4504
11/11/2018NEW ORLEANS14-51L6L53.5O16-11014-23-174247-24422-27-2650
11/18/2018@ BALTIMORE21-24L6.5W44O16-4819-37-207054-26513-19-1381
12/9/2018@ LA CHARGERS            
12/23/2018@ CLEVELAND            
CLEVELAND: Ultra-conservative game-manager QB Tyrod Taylor is likely to start the year under center for Cleveland, eventually giving way to No. 1 overall draft pick QB Baker Mayfield. Cleveland's receivers struggled to get open last season, though the QBs will have more to work with this year with former Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry added to the roster. RB Carlos Hyde is a solid early-down back, while RB Duke Johnson thrives in the passing game. Cleveland's defense showed improvement in coordinator Gregg Williams' first season, ranking near the middle of the pack in yards per game and yards per play (the offense's league-high 41 TO inflated the defense's points allowed totals). The arrival of first-round draft pick CB Denzel Ward and former Packers DB Damarious Randall will sure up coverage, which the Browns think will lead to more sacks for 2017 No. 1 overall pick DE Myles Garrett.
CINCINNATI: Cincinnati's offensive woes the past two seasons were largely a product of poor line play. First-round draft pick C Billy Price and former Bills OT Cordy Glenn could be major upgrades. WR A.J. Green is a nightmare to defend, RB Joe Mixon flashed elite potential as a rookie and speedy second-year WR John Ross is back from a 2017 lost to injury. While QB Andy Dalton is more of a game-manager than a playmaker, he has more weapons than ever. Longtime defensive-line tandem DE Carlos Dunlap and DT Geno Atkins are monsters up front, each contributing over 60 career sacks for Cincy. LB Vontaze Burfict is productive when he stays out of trouble, and former Bills LB Preston Brown is an upgrade in the middle of the defense. In William Jackson, Dre Kirkpatrick and Darqueze Dennard, the Bengals have a trio of former first-round CBs who held opponents to 6.5 yards per attempt in 2017.
Bengals look to extend mastery of Browns

The Cincinnati Bengals have dropped two games in a row but get a chance to end their slide against a familiar opponent that they have thoroughly dominated over the past few seasons.

After falling back to the pack with four losses in their last five games, the Bengals will look to get back on track when they host the Cleveland Browns in an AFC North matchup on Sunday afternoon.

Cincinnati, among five teams sitting at 5-5 in the AFC, has won seven consecutive games over its intrastate rivals. And it hasn't been much of a rivalry during that span -- the Bengals have won each game by an average margin of more than 21 points and the closest game in that span was a 23-10 victory in December 2016.

"It's like the first game of the season," Cincinnati wide receiver John Ross said of the race for the sixth playoff slot. "We've got to continue to prove ourselves and go out and win that game. Win the next game. Because every game from here on out is very pivotal for where we want to be. It's very serious how serious we take it and how hard we work to get to exactly where we want to be."

The Browns (3-6-1) have already won more games than their previous two seasons combined but they will be trying to end more than just a streak of seven straight losses to the Bengals.

Cleveland, which last beat Cincinnati in November 2014, has dropped 25 consecutive games away from home and a loss Sunday would tie the Browns with the Detroit Lions (2007-10) for the longest road losing streak in NFL history.

"The most important game of the final six is this week, but we're on the road and we talked about things that are important on going on the road and the focus we have on the road," interim head coach Gregg Williams said. "We have four of the last six on the road so all of that. As a staff, we've talked about it, but from the players' perspective in the meetings, I pointed to this is the most important game because that's what's up next."

There also is a notable subplot to the contest. Hue Jackson, who was fired as the head coach of the Browns on Oct. 29, is now on Marvin Lewis' staff with Cincinnati, hired as a defensive assistant on Nov. 13.

Jackson was the offensive coordinator in 2014 and 2015 with the Bengals, which served as a springboard to getting the top job with Cleveland. Now working on the defensive side of the ball, Jackson could provide insights into the Browns' offensive schemes.

"I think Hue understands their personnel," Lewis acknowledged. "He understands part of the way, particularly defensively, how they were putting the plan together. His involvement that way is that he can be an asset to us in some ways."

However, the Browns downplayed any impact Jackson will have on the outcome, insisting the game will be settled by how well they play.

"We're not changing (anything), man, period," Cleveland safety Damarious Randall said. "We're going out there and play football. We're going out there to swarm, tackle and hit. That's what we know how to do and that's exactly what we're going to do."

Added wide receiver Rashard Higgins: "It's not what Hue Jackson knows, it's about how we go out and do our thing. We're not worried about it. We're just going to go out and play."

The Bengals are holding out hope that wide receiver A.J. Green will return to the lineup after missing two games with a toe injury. Andy Dalton was 31 of 56 for 364 yards with three touchdowns and two interceptions in the past two games without Green, who could practice later in the week, Lewis said.

"We just have to find a way," Cincinnati wideout Tyler Boyd said. "It would make us a lot better. He's the best player on our team, and his help out there relieves a lot of guys. I feel like we just need to make more plays out there."

Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield likely will lean on fellow rookie Nick Chubb, who rumbled for 176 yards and a touchdown in a 28-16 upset over Atlanta on Nov. 11 before the team's bye week.

"He's a strong runner," Williams said. "He protects the football very well. The things that you have to be able to do if you are going to take a step above everybody else or be looked at as being one of the up-and-comers is his overall vision. You can't coach that."

Last Updated: 5/23/2019 8:28:32 PM EST

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