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RAVENS vs. BENGALS WEEK 5

Who: Baltimore Ravens (3-1) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (1-2-1)
What: Week 5 of the 2020 NFL regular season
When: Sunday, October 11, 2020,

1:00 p.m. ET
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: Stream on FuboTV
Radio: Ravens Radio Network
Spread: Ravens, -13 (via PointsBet
Over/Under: 51 (via PointsBet)
Weather: 72 degrees, cloudy, 50% chance of rain
RAVENS vs. BENGALS TV SCHEDULE:

Ravens vs Bengals (LIVE) Baltimore Ravens

by Ryan Wormeli

hrough the first quarter of the 2020 NFL season, the Ravens are in the same position as they were entering the year.T

Yes, spirits were deflated a bit after getting beat down on Monday Night Football against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, but otherwise, the Ravens have won every game by multiple touchdowns, including two road games. As such, they are still considered by most experts as one of the top teams in the NFL.

The Cincinnati Bengals are in a much different position — at least compared to 2019. After finishing with the worst record in football, the Bengals drafted quarterback Joe Burrow with the top overall pick in the draft, and he’s excelled through a stellar first four weeks of the season. Cincinnati only has one win (and a tie) but the future looks bright for the Bengals. It appears they’ve found themselves a true franchise quarterback.

Burrow gets his first taste of the Ravens on Sunday, and though he won’t have to face a frenzied crowd, he will still have to contend with a vicious, blitzing Baltimore defense that has typically feasted on rookie quarterbacks.

While they were missing their All-Pro left tackle in Week 4 and have already lost starting slot cornerback Tavon Young for the season, the Ravens find themselves in relatively strong position when it comes to health. Their schedule also sets up favorably through their bye week, which means they should find themselves either at or near the top of the division when they face the Steelers in November.
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Of course, the biggest key to success in the AFC North is winning your division games. The Ravens are rightfully heavy favorites against the Bengals, but they didn’t blow out the Washington Football Team in the manner many expected and division games can be fluky. So John Harbaugh will be hoping his team comes out strong in Week 5.
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This is a lopsided matchup on paper, but every division game is critical, especially with how strong the top three teams in the AFC North look through four weeks.

Here’s everything you need to know about this week’s matchup.

Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals: 4 stats that could tell the story
Updated Oct 07, 2020; Posted Oct 07, 2020
Mark Ingram

Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram (21) dives in for a touchdown on a run against the Cincinnati Bengals during the first half of a NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)AP
By Aaron Kasinitz | akasinitz@pennlive.com

BALTIMORE — The last time the Baltimore Ravens played the Cincinnati Bengals, MVP quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for three touchdowns in a rout, posted a perfect passer rating and unleashed a spin move on a 49-yard touchdown run that stamped his young career with a signature moment.

Sunday, the Ravens (3-1) will host the Bengals (1-2-1) in a rematch. And these statistics, along with whatever theatrics Jackson drums up, could help tell the story of the game:

1) Tyler Boyd has at least twice as many receptions (28) and receiving yards (320) as anyone else on the Bengals’ roster

Nobody needs to remind Ravens coaches of Boyd’s potential. He’s topped 60 receiving yards in four of his past five games against Baltimore, and he delivered a dagger in the 2017 regular-season finale with a 49-yard fourth-down touchdown in the closing minutes of a Bengals win that knocked the Ravens out of the playoff contention.

In 2020, there’s extra reason to pay close attention to Boyd, who has emerged as rookie quarterback Joe Burrow’s favorite target.

Burrow has thrown to Boyd at least eight times each of the past three games. Boyd ranks sixth in the NFL in receptions and 12th in receiving yards.

While the Bengals still have seven-time Pro Bowl receiver A.J. Green on the roster, the veteran pass catcher has struggled to find his footing after missing all of last season with an injury. Green’s pulled down just 14 receptions on 33 targets. Boyd’s 28 catches have come on 34 targets.

Joe Mixon also gives Cincinnati star power in the running game, and he broke out of an early-season slump to rush for 151 yards and two touchdowns in a win over the Jaguars on Sunday.

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