By The Numbers: Ravens vs. Bengals

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Lamar Jackson's career record against the Bengals as a starter.

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Combined score of the last three Ravens-Bengals games, with Baltimore winning each. Last season, the Bengals scored just six points in two games against the Ravens.

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Rushing yards Jackson has against the Bengals – more than against any other team in his career. He has averaged 87.2 rushing yards in his five games as a starter.

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Receiving yards for tight end Mark Andrews this season, tied for the most among NFL tight ends with Kansas City's Travis Kelce

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Sacks Justin Houston needs to reach the 100-sack mark for his career. He would become the 37th player in NFL history to reach the milestone.

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Amount of the Ravens' offensive yards Jackson has accounted for this season, up from 65% last season. It's the largest increase in the NFL.

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Receptions by Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase of 40 yards or longer. He's also tied for fourth in receptions of 20 yards or longer (9).

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Rushing yards by Joe Mixon this season, ranked fourth in the NFL. In seven games against the Ravens, Mixon has averaged just 55 rushing yards.

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Red-zone touchdown percentage for the Bengals offense, ranked third best in the league

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Times Joe Burrow was sacked in his career debut against the Ravens last season at M&T Bank Stadium. Burrow completed 19 of 30 passes for 183 yards and an interception and fumbled twice.

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