Browns-Bengals fantasy football fact sheet

Bengals at Browns, Sun.: 1:05 p.m. ET

  1. The Bengals' ranks over the last four weeks in terms of FanDuel points per game allowed to the following positions: [


  • Quarterback: 6th (14.9 ppg)
  • Running Back: 18th (19.6 ppg)
  • Wide Receiver: 8th (23.9 ppg)
  • Tight End: 28th (13.9 ppg)
  1. No quarterback has thrown for multiple touchdowns or produced 20-plus FanDuel points against the Bengals in three straight games. In his only career start against the Bengals, Robert Griffin III produced 306 total yards (85 rushing) and two scores back in 2012.
  1. Isaiah Crowell's last game with 10-plus FanDuel points on rushing totals alone came back in Week 7 against the Bengals as he rushed for 63 yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. Crowell has also seen his involvement in the passing game pick up of late. In the last four games, Crowell has caught 18 passes for 153 yards after posting just 14 catches for 141 yards in the first eight games.
  1. A running back has scored 10-plus FanDuel points against the Bengals in eight straight games.
  1. Terrelle Pryor Sr. is the first Browns receiver since Kevin Johnson in 1999 to have five-plus catches in five straight games. In his last four games with 10-plus targets, Pryor is averaging over 100 yards receiving and half a touchdown per game.
  1. In the last three games, only one receiver has produced 60 yards, scored or topped 10 Fantasy points against the Bengals.
  1. Gary Barnidge finally found the end zone in Week 11 and will look to have another strong Fantasy day against the Giants. A tight end has produced at least 11 FanDuel points in three straight against the Bengals and the position has produced 17 catches for 309 yards and one touchdown in that span.
  1. A tight end has produced 60 yards receiving or scored in five of the last seven games against the Bengals.
  1. In terms of FanDuel points allowed per game, the Browns rank as follows over the last four weeks:
  • Quarterback: 13th (16.0 ppg)
  • Running Back: 22nd (21.0 ppg)
  • Wide Receiver: 23rd (32.9 ppg)
  • Tight End: 2nd (5.7 ppg)
  1. Andy Dalton has thrown for multiple scores in three straight games against the Browns, but the Browns pass defense has held Ben Roethlisberger and Eli Manning to an average of just 180.5 yards and 1.5 touchdowns passing per game over the last two weeks.
  1. Jeremy Hill had his best game of the year in Week 7 against the Browns, as he ran for 168 yards and a touchdown on only nine carries. Hill is averaging 17.5 carries per game over the last two weeks and running backs are averaging 113 rushing per game against the Browns over the last three weeks.
  1. The Browns have allowed a touchdown to a wide receiver or tight end in 16 of the last 17 games. The opposing receiver with the most catches has scored in seven of the last eight games agains the Browns.
  1. Brandon LaFell led the Bengals with five catches for 95 yards and a touchdown in Week 13. He is averaging 8.3 targets per game over the last three weeks.
  1. The Browns have put the clamps on tight ends in recent weeks, allowing a total of just 57 yards to the position in the last three games combined. The Browns have allowed three tight end scores in their last four games, however, and Tyler Eifert has scored three times in his five full games this year.
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