- Associated Press - Thursday, September 18, 2014

TENNESSEE (1-1) at CINCINNATI (2-0)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

OPENING LINE - Bengals by 7

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Tennessee 1-1, Cincinnati 2-0

SERIES RECORD - Titans lead 39-33-1

LAST MEETING - Bengals beat Titans 24-17, Nov. 6, 2011

LAST WEEK - Titans lost to Cowboys 26-10; Bengals beat Falcons 24-10

AP PRO32 RANKING - Titans No. 23, Bengals No. 3

TITANS OFFENSE - OVERALL (11), RUSH (15), PASS (14).

TITANS DEFENSE - OVERALL (8), RUSH (24), PASS (1).

BENGALS OFFENSE - OVERALL (4), RUSH (14), PASS (3).

BENGALS DEFENSE - OVERALL (25), RUSH (11), PASS (26).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - Third most-played rivalry in Bengals history includes one playoff game, Cincinnati’s 41-14 win at Riverfront stadium over Houston in 1990. … Titans have league’s top-ranked pass defense, but allowed Cowboys to run for 220 yards during Dallas’ 26-10 win. … Tennessee’s eight sacks tied for second most in NFL. … TE Delanie Walker had 10 catches for 142 yards vs Dallas, his first 100-yard game in nine seasons. His 142 yards were third-highest total in team history. … Bengals trying for franchise record with 11th straight regular-season win at home. They lost to San Diego in playoffs last season at Paul Brown Stadium. … Also trying for first 3-0 start since 2006. … QB Andy Dalton has no sacks or INTs in two straight games, a career first. Personal bests are three games without INT, three games without a sack. … Bengals are only NFL team without turnover or sack, first time in team’s 47 seasons it’s gone first two games without either. … WR Mohamed Sanu completed 50-yard pass vs. Falcons. In three seasons he’s 3 of 3 for 148 yards and a TD for a perfect passer rating of 158.3. … RB Giovani Bernard had breakout game vs Falcons. He carried career-high 27 times for 90 yards and caught team-high five passes for career-best 79 yards. Rookie RB Jeremy Hill carried 15 times for 74 yards, both highs for his two pro games.

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