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Week 2: Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

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WEEK 2 • SUN 09/17 • FINAL

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Cincinnati Bengals 0-2


Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals, September 17, 2023

  • The Baltimore Ravens (1-0) face the Cincinnati Bengals (0-1) for an AFC North showdown from Paycor Stadium (Sunday, 1 p.m.). In 2022, Baltimore split the regular season series with the Bengals, but then fell at Cincinnati, 24-17, in a Wild Card playoff.
  • The Ravens lead the regular season series vs. Cincinnati, 28-26. Under head coach John Harbaugh, Baltimore is 15-15 against the Bengals, with a 5-10 mark in the Queen City.
  • Coach Harbaugh is in his 16th season at the helm in Baltimore, positioning him as the NFL's third-longest-tenured head coach (Bill Belichick – 24 seasons & Mike Tomlin – 17).
  • The Ravens are one of five NFL teams (KC - 5, Bal. - 4, Buf. - 4, Phi. - 4 & Sea. - 4) to earn at least four playoff berths over the past five seasons. Baltimore is also one of five teams (NE - 12, GB - 11, Bal. - 10, KC - 10 & Sea. - 10) to make at least 10 playoff appearances since Coach Harbaugh's 2008 arrival.
  • In last week's season-opening victory over the visiting Texans, Baltimore prevailed, 25-9, behind a stout defense that tallied 5 sacks and limited Houston to 268 total yards. LB Roquan Smith led the charge with a game-high 16 tackles, including 1 sack, while fellow inside 'backer LB Patrick Queen tallied 11 tackles and another QB takedown. The Ravens' offense scored 3 rushing TDs (2 by RB Justice Hill & 1 from RB J.K. Dobbins), while dynamic rookie first-rounder WR Zay Flowers delivered a game-high 9 catches for 78 yards. (Flowers had 11 total touches for 87 yards.)

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