Andy Dalton is 9-3 against the Browns, and has won his last five against Cleveland dating back to the the 2014 season.
But which Dalton will arrive on the north shore on Sunday?
Dalton was very good at Green Bay, completing 21 of 27 passes for two touchdowns. Entering that game, he was 36-of-66 with zero touchdowns and four interceptions, all of which came during the season opener against the Ravens.
The Bengals fired their offensive coordinator, though, through two games, and Dalton showed great chemistry with his go-to weapon A.J. Green in almost upsetting the Packers at Lambeau Field.
So what makes me think the Browns secondary can have success against Dalton in Week 4?
IN Cincinnat”A”, Bengals fans have a love-hate relationship with Dalton. He gets ’em to the playoffs, but has yet to produce a win.
He’s someone the Browns can beat, but the same also could been said last week of Jacoby Brissett.
Dalton can be error prone, and with the Cincy QB playing his second-straight road game, look for the Browns and Gregg Williams’ defense to force some mistakes.