• The Bengals lead 42-38
• The most recent meeting was Sept. 29 at FirstEnergy Stadium when Cleveland won 17-6. The Browns put together touchdown drives of 95 and 91 yards, capping both with scoring strikes from quarterback Brian Hoyer. The Bengals committed two turnovers and came up short on a fourth and 1 at the Cleveland 7-yard line.
• The Bengals are 26-14 as the home team, including 8-2 under head coach Marvin Lewis
• Cincinnati has won 13 of the last 18 meetings overall and are 14-7 under Lewis.
• The Bengals own 10 season sweeps while the Browns have eight.
• Cleveland is seeking its first three-game win streak against the Bengals since 2001-02.