" The New England Patriots will play the second of consecutive road games when they meet the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium Sunday, October 6 for Week Five of the 2013 NFL season. The Bengals have experienced an up-and-down year so far, while the Patriots have been steadily improving from week to week.
Wide receiver Brandon Tate #19 of the Cincinnati Bengals (Credit, Jason Miller/Getty Images)
The Bengals enter Week Five with a 2-2 record, which puts them in a three-way tie for first place in the AFC North with the Baltimore Ravens and Cleveland Browns. The Browns defeated Cincinnati 17-6 in Week Four.
Cincinnati is 8-14 all-time against New England. The Bengals have lost their last four games against the Patriots, including a 38-24 loss at Gillette Stadium when the teams last met in 2010. Cincinnati’s last victory over New England was a 23-17 win at Paul Brown Stadium in 2001, the season the Patriots went on to win Super Bowl XXXVI. The teams have never met in the postseason.
Bengals on Offense
The Bengals have struggled significantly on offense in 2013 "
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