Bengals, Dolphins By The Numbers

0.54 — Percentage of NFL overtime games (three of 548) decided by a safety, which is how the Dolphins beat the Bengals 22-20 in 2013.

2 — Consecutive games in which Bengals defensive end Will Clarke has had a sack, and consecutive games against the Dolphins in which both Geno Atkins and Michael Johnson have registered sacks.

22 — Players on Miami's current 53-man roster (41.5 percent) who were not with the team last year.

24 — Receptions by Miami wide receiver Jarvis Landry, which has him tied with Pittsburgh's Antonio Brown for the league lead.

40 — Rushing yards needed for Ryan Tannehill to become the Miami franchise leader for quarterbacks.

44.5 — Sacks by Miami defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh since 2010, most in the NFL by .5 ahead of Bengals DT Geno Atkins.

50 — Career sacks by Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap after he dropped Denver's Trevor Siemian on Sunday for his first of the season.

56 — Percentage of games the Bengals have won (61 of 109) against rookie head coaches, including 4-1 in their last five.

70.8 — Passer rating the Bengals defense has allowed in its last 29 games at Paul Brown Stadium.

71 — Career sacks for Miami defensive end Cameron Wake, which ranks second in franchise history (Jason Taylor, 131) and sixth in NFL history among undrafted players (Reggie White 198, John Randle 137.5, William Fuller 100.5, Lee Williams 82.5, James Harrison 76.5).

938 — Passing yards by Andy Dalton this season, most in the NFL.

1,425 — Days since the Bengals were on a losing streak of at least three games, which is where they will be with a loss to the Dolphins.

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