Bengals-Texans series history

• The Texans lead 5-4, which includes a 2-0 record in the postseason.

• The most recent meeting was Nov. 23, 2014, when the Bengals went to Houston and scored a 22-13 victory. Jeremy Hill ran for 87 yards and a touchdown and A.J. Green caught 12 passes for 121 yards as the Cincinnati defense kept the Texans offense out of the end zone. Houston’s lone touchdown came on a 60-yard interception return by former Bengals cornerback Johnathan Joseph.

• Houston has won five of the last six against Cincinnati.

• The Bengals are 2-2 against the Texans as the home team.

• Former Cincinnati running back Rudi Johnson’s 43 carries against Houston in 2003 is a franchise record and the second-most in NFL history in a non-overtime game.

• Former Bengals cornerback Artrell Hawkins’ 102-yard interception return against the Texans in 2002 is the latest of three plays tied for the longest play in Bengals history.

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