Numbers That Matter: Ravens vs. Bengals

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Sacks the Ravens have gotten on Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton in their last two meetings

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Baltimore’s previously top-ranked defense now trails the Buffalo Bills in yards allowed per game and Tennessee Titans in points per game

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Ravens’ record under Head Coach John Harbaugh when coming off a bye week

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Nine of the Ravens’ last 10 games against the Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium have been decided by one score, including each of the last five

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Interceptions thrown by Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton this season. Only one NFL signal-caller, New York Jets rookie Sam Darnold, has thrown more.

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Points scored in the first half by the Bengals in the Week 2 meeting with the Ravens, followed by the points scored by Cincinnati in the second half

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The Ravens have a point differential of plus-53 this season, the sixth-best mark in the NFL. The Bengals have a point differential of minus-53, the sixth-worst in the league.

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Total yards running back Alex Collins had against the Bengals in Week 2, the most he’s posted this season

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Lamar Jackson’s quarterback rating so far this season. He had just two carries for six yards in the Week 2 game against the Bengals

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Average yards per game allowed by the Bengals, which is worst in the league and on pace to break the NFL single-season record

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