Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals: Week 2 Betting Preview

The Baltimore Ravens are making a trip west to face their AFC North counterpart Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. The game is scheduled to kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET and fans can catch it live by tuning in to NFL Network.

Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals Betting Preview


The Ravens have gone 1-0 straight up (SU) and the team has yet to face any AFC North opponents this year. The Bengals are 1-0 SU overall and also 0-0 SU against divisional foes.

The Ravens are hoping to stay undefeated after a 47-3 victory over Buffalo last week. Joe Flacco completed 25 passes on 34 attempts for 236 yards and three touchdowns. Kenneth Dixon (just 44 rushing yards on 13 attempts, one TD) mounted the running attack in the win while Javorius Allen (five receptions, 15 yards) and Willie Snead IV (four catches, 49 yards, one TD) handled the receiving duties.

Cincinnati are coming off of a 34-23 win over Indianapolis in Week 1. The team’s defensive secondary let the Colts air it out for 319 yards and two touchdowns. Jordan Wilkins was a bright spot in the defeat, posting 40 rushing yards on 14 attempts for Indianapolis. For Cincinnati, Andy Dalton completed 21-of-28 passes for 243 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. Joe Mixon (95 rushing yards on 17 attempts, one TD) handled the ground attack in the win while A.J. Green (six receptions, 92 yards, one TD) led the pass-catching attack..

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Team Betting Notes

Each team lost one fumble in its first game.

The Ravens offense yielded 27 sacks last season. Their defense created 41 sacks.

Bengals quarterbacks were sacked 40 times last season. Their defense was able to sack opposing signal-callers on 41 occasions

The Ravens created 14 rushing touchdowns last season.

The Bengals put up six rushing touchdowns last season.

The Ravens registered 4.0 yards per carry last season while allowing 4.1 YPC to opponents.

The Bengals recorded 3.6 yards per carry last season and allowed 4.2 YPC to opponents.

The Ravens logged 20 passing touchdowns last season.

The Bengals put up 25 passing touchdowns last season.

The Baltimore defensive unit has six sacks on the year while Cincinnati has two.


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