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Rushing in numbers

The Bengals 19-10 victory Sunday had numbers to spare, among them:

  • 192 - Yards rushing Sunday by the Bengals, most since 253 against the Browns in Nov. 28, 2004 shootout win at PBS, 58-48

202 - Yards receiving by Bengals wide receivers Chad Johnson and T.J. Houshmandzadeh, and Rams wide receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt

7 - Touchdowns Bengals have allowed in last five games

270 - Average yards Bengals have allowed in last five games

397 - Average yards allowed in first eight games

73 - Average yards Bengals have allowed rushing in last five games

144 - Average yards Bengals allowed rushing in first eight games

45 - DeDe Dorsey's run after flip in the backfield for Bengals' longest run since Dec. 18, 2005

0 - Catches by Bruce on Sunday in failing to add to his career total of 929

2 - Season-low catches for Chad Johnson on Sunday and his lowest in 27 games since he had one against the Steelers Sept. 24, 2006, also a Bengals victory

8 - Catches by Houshmandzadeh on Sunday, the seventh game he has caught at least eight or more this season

1 - Catches Houshmandzadeh needs Saturday night in Frisco to become fifth Bengal to reach 400 career catches

5 - Catches Houshmandzadeh needs Saturday night for 101 and the Bengals season record

2 - Consecutive games in which Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer hasn't thrown a TD pass, tying the longest stretch of his career that dates back to his second and third career starts, Sept. 19-26, 2004

4 - Field goals by Shayne Graham on Sunday on his 30th birthday

3 - Times Graham has made at least four field goals in a game, twice this season

26 - Field goals for Graham this season, three away from Doug Pelfrey's 1995 season club record and two from his personal best set in '05.

QUOTE OF THE DAY: Houshmandzadeh when asked if he spoke to Bruce or Holt after the game: "You know what (Holt) told me? 'See (you) in Hawaii.' So hopefully I go (to the Pro Bowl)."

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