With the 2-9 Detroit Lions traveling to Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday, the 8-3 Cincinnati Bengals look to take advantage of a team who has struggled on the road over the last few years. Through 12 weeks, the Lions are 0-5 away from Ford Field this season and have lost to their opponentsùSaints, Bears, Packers, Seahawks, and Vikingsùby an average of 19.4 points. Dating back to the 2004 season, they have only won four of their last 42 games on the road. Their last victory away from home came on October 27, 2008 against the Chicago Bearsùwhich means they have lost 17 straight road games. While this statistic may not be as meaningful considering the Lions have won a total of just nine games over the last three seasons, the Bengals have to be excited about playing Detroit in hope of getting o ...
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