Which team has the advantage at quarterback when Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals (0-2) clash with Matthew Stafford and the Los Angeles Rams (1-1) at Paycor Stadium on September 25? For detailed analysis on how we expect these two signal callers to perform in this matchup, continue reading.

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Bengals vs. Rams Game Info

  • Game Date: Monday, September 25, 2023
  • Time: 8:15 PM ET
  • Venue: Paycor Stadium
  • Location: Cincinnati, Ohio
  • TV: ESPN
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo!

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Joe Burrow vs. Matthew Stafford Matchup

Joe Burrow 2022 Stats Matthew Stafford
16 Games Played 9
68.3% Completion % 68%
4,475 (279.7) Passing Yards (Per Game) 2,087 (231.9)
35 Touchdowns 10
12 Interceptions 8
257 (16.1) Rushing Yards (Per game) 9 (1)
5 Rushing Touchdowns 1

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Rams Defensive Stats

  • Last year, the Rams' defense was 21st in the NFL with 22.6 points allowed per game and 19th with 341.1 total yards allowed per contest.
  • When it came to defending the pass, Los Angeles' D was 22nd in the NFL with 3,842 passing yards allowed (226 per game) and 14th with 23 passing touchdowns allowed.
  • Against the run, the Rams' D was 13th in the NFL with 1,956 rushing yards allowed (115.1 per game) and 10th with 12 rushing touchdowns allowed.
  • On defense, Los Angeles ranked 22nd in the NFL in third-down efficiency allowed at 40.4%. In red-zone efficiency allowed, it ranked first at 44.4%.

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Bengals Defensive Stats

  • Last year, the Bengals ranked fifth in the NFL with 20.1 points allowed per contest. Meanwhile, they ranked seventh in total yards allowed with 335.7 given up per game.
  • When it came to stopping the pass, Cincinnati ranked 16th in the NFL in passing yards allowed (3,665) and third in passing touchdowns allowed (17).
  • Against the run, the Bengals' D was clicking last season, as it ranked fifth in the league with 1,706 total rushing yards allowed (106.6 per game).
  • On defense, Cincinnati ranked 20th in the NFL in third-down percentage allowed at 39.6%. In red-zone percentage allowed, it ranked ninth at 52%.

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