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One of the NFLs top early-season teams will attempt to achieve its best start since 2005 as Cincinnati goes for a fourth straight win in the Chiefs-Bengals game. CBS will regionally televise the Chiefs and Bengals from Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati Sunday in a 1 p.m. Eastern Week 4 game.

The Chiefs and Bengals last played in 2012 in Kansas City, where Cincinnati won 28-6. Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton had 230 yards passing with two touchdowns and rushed for another score against Kansas City in the last meeting.

The 2012 Chiefs finished 2-14, while the Bengals were a playoff team in 2012, so Dalton and Cincinnati fans will see a completely different Kansas City team in this Chiefs-Bengals game.

Kansas City was a surprising playoff team in 2013, and the Chiefs appeared to be headed to a 2-0 start in 2015 before Denver scored twice in the final 36 seconds to steal a win in Kansas City in Week 2, 31-24.

Cincinnati meanwhile has looked great in a 3-0 start, including picking up two road wins, 33-13 at Oakland in Week 1 and 28-24 at Baltimore last Sunday. This is the second straight season Cincinnati has started 3-0, but they lost in Week 4 last season against New England.

Dalton was especially good last Sunday against Baltimore, throwing for 383 yards with three touchdowns. Dalton now has an 8-to-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio this season. He hit A.J. Green for a 7-yard TD pass with 2:10 to play to account for the winning touchdown against the Ravens last Sunday. Green dominated the Baltimore secondary with a breakout game, coming up with 10 catches for 227 yards and two scores. Green had just 108 yards on eight receptions for one score in Cincinnatis first two games combined.

The Chiefs-Bengals game is the start of a key three-game stretch for Cincinnati against teams that have been mentioned heavily as playoff contenders. After the Chiefs and Bengals, Cincinnati will host two-time defending NFC champion Seattle before a Week 6 trip to Buffalo, which also has started strong.

Meanwhile, if Kansas City can steal a road win in the Chiefs-Bengals game, Kansas City figures to be a heavy favorite in Week 5 against winless Chicago at Arrowhead Stadium.

Cincinnati leads the all-time Chiefs-Bengals series, 14-13. Kansas City has not won in Cincinnati since 1984, losing in its last four trips to the Queen City.