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Posted Sep 14, 2017

Andy Dalton calling for bounce back game.

67-43-2 - Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis’ record at Paul Brown Stadium

3-1 - Lewis’ record in Thursday night PBS games

8-5 - Lewis' record in prime-time PBS games

30-16-2 - Bengals QB Andy Dalton’s record at PBS

8-6 - Dalton’s record in season after PBS loss

75.3 - Dalton’s passer rating in full games after nine lowest ratings

7-3 - Dalton’s September record at PBS

5-11 - Dalton’s record in late games

19-14 - Dalton’s TD to picks in late games

3-2 - Dalton’s Thursday record

1-5 - Dalton’s record vs. Houston

0 - TDs for A.J. Green vs. Houston

Geno Atkins tees it up against fellow Pro Bowl defensive lineman J.J. Watt Thursday.

13.3 - Points Bengals average vs. Houston under Dalton

3 - Sacks by Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt in five games vs. Bengals

2 - Sacks by Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins in six games vs. Houston

53 - Career sacks by Atkins

106 - NFL games for Atkins

76 - Career sacks by Watt

84 - NFL games for Watt

49 - TDs for Green

86 - NFL games for Green

66 - Bengals TDs for Chad Johnson

151 - Bengals games for Chad Johnson

21 - TDs at PBS for Green

20 - TDs at Riverfront for Cris Collinsworth

32 - TDs at PBS for Johnson

44 - TD catches for Johnson from Carson Palmer

44 - TD catches for Green from Dalton

 

 

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