#Bengals vs Ravens

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12 winners and ZERO losers in Bengals’ 41-17 win over Ravens

Wow. This game was close for the better part of three quarters, but the Cincinnati Bengals played one of their best games in recent memory, as they beat the Baltimore Ravens soundly on their division rival’s home turf. Here are the winners from this week’s big win by the now...
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Mike Preston: With blowout of Ravens, Bengals now the hunted in AFC North race | COMMENTARY

A year ago, defensive coordinator Don “Wink” Martindale was critical of the Cincinnati Bengals after they kicked a late field goal to ruin the Ravens’ shutout in a 27-3 victory. On Sunday, the Ravens’ coaching staff was saluting the Bengals after a 24-point win that put Cincinnati (5-2) in first place in the AFC North after seven weeks. There was much discussion about whether there was a shift ...
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Bengals Head To Baltimore For A Week 7 Showdown Against The Ravens

Television: The game will air nationally on CBS-TV. In the Bengals' home region, it will be carried by WKRC-TV (Ch. 12) in Cincinnati, WHIO-TV (Ch. 7) in Dayton and on WKYT-TV (Ch. 27) in Lexington. Broadcasters are Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (analyst) and Melanie Collins (sideline reporter). Radio: The...

Contipelli's Countdown | Week 7 at Baltimore

The 34 to 11 win over Detroit last week was the Bengals largest margin of victory since 2017. It was a game where the defense pitched a shutout through nearly three and a half quarters, and the offense was clicking in a balanced attack. Cincinnati will need that type of balance this Sunday against a 5-1 Baltimore team as the winner will take sole possession of first place in the AFC North. Here are five things to know heading into this Week 7 matchup:

Uni Watch: Ravens vs. Bengals, Week 7

If it ain't broke, don't fix it. After blowing out the Chargers last week, the Ravens will wear their purple jerseys and white pants uniform again in Sunday's Week 7 game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Ravens are 108-57-1 in purple jerseys and white pants, which is their most popular...

Lamar Jackson, Ravens Aren't Taking the Bengals Lightly

It began with his first NFL start and took off with his spinning 47-yard touchdown run. Lamar Jackson has made some memories against the Cincinnati Bengals. Baltimore has won all five games in the AFC North rivalry since Jackson took over, and the Ravens have done it quite convincingly the past couple seasons. Over the past three games, Baltimore has won by a combined score of 114-19. But don't think Jackson is on cruise control this week as the Ravens get set to kick off their AFC North slate Sunday against the Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium.
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Week 7 Preview: Bengals vs. Ravens, Chiefs vs. Titans, and a Look at the Rest of the Slate

Benjamin, Kaelen, and Steven begin their Week 7 Friday Walk Through by sharing their reactions to the thrilling Thursday night game between the Browns and Broncos. Then they dissect the biggest matchups of the week, including Bengals vs. Ravens and Chiefs vs. Titans, and highlight the Games That Need Games. Finally, they wrap everything up with Gimme a Reason in which they deliver their takes on the rest of the Week 7 slate.

Ravens Thursday Transcripts: Week 7 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

THURSDAY PODIUM AVAILABILITY: WEEK 7 VS. CINCINNATI BENGALS. Opening statement: "Good morning. Good to see everyone. Just to start, I'm just really proud of how our guys are playing right now. We talk about it every week; we just want to the physicality and the effort show up on the tape, and when those things happen, I think good things will happen for us. Right now, we're really focusing on the Bengals, because we understand that this game is always a good challenge for us. This team will be well coached. They play hard, they play well, and we understand the challenges that lay before us. Questions?"

Ravens Friday Transcripts: Week 7 vs. Cincinnati Bengals

FRIDAY PODIUM AVAILABILITY: WEEK 7 VS. CINCINNATI BENGALS. Opening statement: "[It's] good to see everybody. I appreciate you being here. It's a great day for football. My college coach, [former Miami University head coach] Tom Reed, used to say that every day. He'd say, 'It's a great day for football.' There were days where we would look at him and we were like, 'It's really not that great [of] a day,' because it might be like 10 degrees out, or it might be like 100 degrees out, or it might be snowing or raining. And he would follow up with, 'Every day is a great day for football.' But this actually is a great day for football – it's a beautiful day. So, what questions do you have?"

Ravens Week 7 Report Card Vs. Bengals

The Ravens were completely outclassed in a 41-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 7. Here's Baltimore's Report Card. Quarterback — Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson faced a fierce pass rush throughout the game and was sacked five times. He needs to get rid of the ball quicker. Jackson completed 15 of 31 pass attempts for 257 yards with a touchdown. The Ravens took their first lead, 17-13, on the opening drive of the third quarter when Jackson hit Marquise Brown in stride for a 39-yard touchdown. Jackson rushed 12 times for 88 yards. Jackson needs more support in the running game and with his wide receivers. Grade: C+

The Sunday GPS: Cincinnati's Big Chance to Move Up in Weight Class

CINCINNATI (4-2) at BALTIMORE (5-1), 1 p.m. (EDT) The story: We know the Ravens are legit. But Cincinnati? Don’t ask Joe Burrow. He’s been on voice rest this week. The Bengals haven’t had a winning season since 2015, but already have as many wins in six weeks as they did all of last year. Sooooo ... how seriously should we take them? We’re about to find out. With a victory they assume first in the always competitive AFC North. The Ravens have the best record in the AFC, just demolished the Chargers and have Lamar Jackson. They also have history in their corner. Jackson is 5-0 vs. Cincinnati and in 2019 rushed for a career-best 152 yards vs. the Bengals. But more impressive is what he’s doing this season – namely, playing at an MVP level. He’s responsible for 82 percent of the Ravens yards.

Bradley Bozeman, Patrick Queen Active vs. Bengals

Starting center Bradley Bozeman and linebacker Patrick Queen are tough to get out of the lineup. Bozeman (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals, continuing his three-year streak of consecutive games played. Bozeman has never been sidelined since he became a starter in 2019. Bozeman left the Week 6 game against the Los Angeles Chargers with a back injury, but came back in for some snaps and practiced on a limited basis Thursday and Friday and is ready to go.