102 - Wide receiver Tyler Boyd's projected catches, second behind only T.J. Houshmandzadeh's 112 in 2007 and only the third Bengal to hit 100. Carl Pickens had 100 in 1996.
1,072 - Projected receiving yards for Boyd, making him the sixth Bengal to have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, joining Cris Collinsworth, Carl Pickens, Chad Johnson, T.J. Houshmandzadeh and A.J. Green.
50 - Projected catches for Alex Erickson, most by a Bengals undrafted wide receiver since Andrew Hawkins had 51 in 2012. Don Bass has the record with 58 in 1979. Chip Myers, who did it three times, is the only undrafted receiver to lead the team in catches.
676 - Quarterback Andy Dalton's projected attempted passes, the fourth most all-time behind Matthew Stafford (727 in 2012), Drew Bledsoe (691 in 1994) and Peyton Manning (679 in 2010).
648 - Wide receiver A.J. Green's projected receiving yards if he plays all eight remaining games and averages his career mark of 81 yards per game.
9,555 - Green's career total yards if he hits projection, passing Hall-of-Famers Raymond Berry, Charley Taylor and Fred Biletnikoff, among others.
.591 - Winning percentage in Green's career games.
80.5 - Yards Green averages vs. Ravens, Bengals' next foe at Paul Brown Stadium on Nov. 10.
408 - Dalton's projected completions, tied for 25th most and a Bengals record.
206 - Dalton's career TD passes projected by end of season, first Bengal to hit 200 and overtake Ken Anderson as the club leader. He needs one to pass Anderson's 197.
10/3/71 - Date of Anderson's first TD pass in 20-17 loss to Packers at Lambeau, a five-yarder to Eric Crabtree.
37.4 - Bengals kick returner Brandon Wilson's projected yards per return, second best all-time behind only the 41.1 of the Packers' Travis Williams in 1967 and shattering Adam Jones' team record of 31.26 in 2014.
18 - Projected returns for Wilson, two shy of qualifying if he plays all 16 games.
41.1 - Kevin Huber's projected net punting yards, third best in club history behind Huber's 42.1 in 2014 and 41.97 in 2012.
174 - Huber's projected career games at end of the season, seventh most in Bengals history.
952 - Projected team rushing yards, fewest in a non-strike season.
2,842 - Projected rushing yards allowed, breaking team record set 50 years ago.
4 - Projected interceptions, trying the 2008 Lions for the fewest.