Packers-Bengals: The facts

Bengals ranked fourth in league in offense

What: Packers (1-5) vs. Bengals (5-2)

When: Noon (CT) Sunday, Oct. 30

Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio

All-time regular season: Packers lead 5-4-0

All-time postseason: No postseason meetings.

Standings: Packers - 4th place, NFC North. Bengals - 1st place, AFC North.

Packers leaders: Offense - Favre, 1571 passing yards and 14 passing TDs; Green, 255 rushing yards; Najeh Davenport, 2 rushing TDs; Driver, 31 receptions and 456 receiving yards; Driver, Ferguson and Chatman, 3 receiving TDs. Defense - Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila and Aaron Kampman, 2.5 sacks; Al Harris, 2 interceptions.

Bengals leaders: Offense - Palmer, 1800 passing yards and 13 passing TDs; Rudi Johnson, 609 rushing yards and 2 rushing TDs; Chad Johnson, 43 receptions, 655 receiving yards and 5 receiving TDs. Defense - Justin Smith, 2 sacks; Deltha O'Neal, 4 interceptions.

Packers team rank: Rushing Offense - 72.3 yards per game (30th in NFL); Passing Offense - 254.8 ypg (6th); Total Offense - 327.2 ypg (16th). Rushing Defense - 101.8 ypg (tied for 10th); Passing Defense - 205.0 ypg (17th); Total Defense - 306.8 ypg (14th).

Bengals team rank: Rushing Offense - 119.7 yards per game (13th); Passing Offense - 250.6 ypg (7th); Total Offense - 370.3 ypg (4th). Rushing Defense - 132.0 ypg (27th); Passing Defense - 183.6 ypg (10th); Total Defense - 315.6 ypg (17th).

Road/home records: Packers, 0-3 on the road; Bengals, 2-1 at home.

Packers-Bengals series: The Packers and Bengals have met just nine times dating back to 1971. That's less than all but three teams among the league's older franchises (seven meetings against Kansas City and New England, eight against San Diego. The Packers have a three-game winning streak in the series (24-23 in 1992 and 24-10 in 1995, both in Green Bay, and 13-6 in 1998 at Cincinnati.

Last meeting: Sept. 20, 1998; Packers, 13-6, at Cincinnati's Cinergy Field. Brett Favre threw for 274 yards and a touchdown as the Packers overcame three turnovers to beat the Bengals.

Line: Bengals by 9.

Next up: Pittsburgh Steelers, Nov. 6 (3:15 p.m., CT) at Lambeau Field.

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