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Numbers game: Pack numbing at home


Andy Dalton: 5th best road record since 2011 vs. Aaron Rodgers' best home passer rating ever.

51-61 - Bengals' road record under head coach Marvin Lewis

66-22-1 - Packers' home record under head coach Mike McCarthy

13-13 - Lewis' road record vs. NFC

15-7 - McCarthy's home record vs AFC

8-1 -Lewis vs. the NFC North

4-4 - McCarthy vs. AFC North

3-1 - Lewis at the NFC North

94 - Wins for Packers QB Aaron Rodgers

95 - Starts for Bengals QB Andy Dalton

57 - Home wins for Rodgers

56 - Overall wins for Dalton

87.8 - Dalton's road passer rating

109 - Rodgers' home passer rating, best all-time

26-20 - Dalton's road record, fifth best since 2011, according to Elias

27-19 - Rodgers' road record, fourth best since 2011, according to Elias 91.3 - Dalton's passer rating in September

103 - Rodgers' passer rating in September

62 - Point differential on road over foes for Bengals since 2014

272 - Point differential at home over foes for Packers since 2014

4 - Teams that have been to the postseason six times in the last eight years (Bengals, Packers, Patriots, Seahawks)

44 -TDs by Dalton-A.J. Green

60 - TD passes from Rodgers-Jordy Nelson, most in Packers history

57 - TD passes from Brett Favre-Antonio Freeman, second most in Packers history

51 - TD passes from Ken Anderson-Isaac Curtis, most in Bengals history

51 - Yards for Bengals in first two games this season scoring nine points

515 - Yards for Bengals in first two games in history in 1968 scoring 37 points

551 - Yards for Bengals in first two games in 2000 scoring seven points

.5 - Sacks Bengals DT Geno Atkins needs to extend his skein to seven straight games with at least half a sack, a Bengals record.


Cincinnati Bengals travel to Green Bay to take on the Packers in week 3 of the regular season.

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