1) The Bengals have lost two straight games and four of their last five.
2) The Bengals have not been within 7 minutes of their opponent in time of possession in any of their last five games.
3) The Bengals have allowed more than 240 yards rushing in each of the last two games and more than 100 yards rushing in six straight games (178.3 yards per game allowed during that span).
4) Cincinnati has surrendered more than 500 total yards in three of the last five, with 480-plus yards allowed in four of the last five and 400-plus in all five.
5) Cincinnati has allowed 10 passing touchdowns in their last four games, and Baker Mayfield has thrown for multiple scores in four straight games with nine scores in that span.
6) Britton Colquitt is second in the NFL with 29 punts downed inside of the opponent’s 20-yard line. Amazingly, he has only punted the ball into the end zone just four times.
7) Browns quarterbacks coach Ken Zampese spent 15 years in the Bengals organization (2003-2017) as the team’s quarterbacks coach and then offensive coordinator.
8) Browns tight ends coach Greg Seamon spent 13 years in the Bengals organization (2003-2015), serving in a variety of capacities before joining the Browns in 2016.
9) Bob Wylie was the Bengals tight ends coach back in 1997-98, and he began his NFL career as the tight ends coach for the Jets back in 1990. Every other coaching stop in his incredible professional coaching career has been as an offensive line coach.
10) If Nick Chubb runs for another 40-plus yard touchdown, he will become the first runner in the NFL to have four scores of 40 or more yards in a season since Doug Martin and Adrian Peterson did it in 2012.