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Chargers a 1-point favorite vs Bengals

SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Bengals (7-4) at Chargers (5-6), Sunday at 4:25 on Local 12.

OPENING LINE:  Chargers by 1

RECORD VS. SPREAD:  Cincinnati 6-4-1, San Diego 6-4-1

SERIES RECORD:  Chargers lead 19-12

LAST MEETING: Bengals beat Chargers 20-13, Dec. 2, 2012

LAST WEEK: Chargers beat Chiefs 41-28; Bengals had bye

AP PRO32 RANKING: Bengals No. 8, Chargers No. 16 (tie)

BENGALS OFFENSE:  OVERALL (10), RUSH (20), PASS (10)

BENGALS DEFENSE:  OVERALL (7), RUSH (10), PASS (6)

CHARGERS OFFENSE:  OVERALL (6), RUSH (17), PASS (4)

CHARGERS DEFENSE:  OVERALL (29), RUSH (17), PASS (27)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES:  Bengals have two-game lead in AFC North as they seek third straight playoff berth, which would be first for franchise. Bengals on road only twice in last five games. Only one opponent currently has winning record: Indianapolis (7-4), which has to go to Paul Brown Stadium. ... Cincinnati's Andy Dalton has thrown eight interceptions in last three games, two of them returned for touchdowns. ...Chargers finish with four of five games at home. They're 2-2 this season at Qualcomm Stadium after going 3-5 there last year. ... Chargers will honor 1963 AFL championship team, led by Hall of Famer Lance Alworth, at halftime. ... Chargers TE Antonio Gates had three catches for 21 yards Sunday, giving him 701 receptions and 9,006 yards receiving in career. He joins Tony Gonzalez, Jason Witten and Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe as only tight ends in NFL history with 700 receptions and 9,000 yards receiving.

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AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org
 

 

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