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Numbers numbed by wind

Posted: 8:40 p.m.

The Bengals 19-14 win by the numbers Sunday, a day dominated by such numerals as the 18-degree wind chill factor and winds approaching 30 miles per hour:

4 - Interceptions by the Bengals, their most since four against the Browns on Nov. 26, 2006

4 - Career high interceptions by Browns quarterback Derek Anderson

2 - Times Bengals running back Kenny Watson has rushed for career-high 130 yards this season

270 - Total Bengals yards

531 - Yards the Bengals had in 51-45 loss to Cleveland on Sept. 16

18 - Wind-chill factor at kickoff

19 - Career-high interceptions for Carson Palmer this season

8 - Combined interceptions by Bengals rookie defensive backs Leon Hall and Chinedum Ndukwe

18 - Career interceptions by DBs drafted from 2000-2006

30 - Field goals by Bengals kicker Shayne Graham this season, breaking Doug Pelfrey's club record of 29 set in 1995

2 - Season-low catches for Bengals receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh.

103 - Catches by Houshmandzadeh to lead the NFL

101 - Catches by second-place Wes Welker of New England

97 - Catches by third place Derrick Mason of Baltimore

44 - Season-low receiving yards for Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson in his bid to win his fifth straight AFC receiving yardage title

1,309 - Johnson's total, behind leader Randy Moss' 1,393

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