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It’s a classic AFC North rivalry game to kick off Week 2 of the 2018 NFL season when the Cincinnati Bengals host the Baltimore Ravens at 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday Night Football. Both teams enter at 1-0 after the Ravens demolished the Bills 47-3 and the Bengals rallied in the fourth quarter to knock off the Colts 34-23. With the winner taking sole possession of first place in the division, you can expect a hard-fought contest. The line has swung wildly in this game, opening with Baltimore as a three-point favorite before moving four points in Cincinnati’s direction. Now, the Bengals are favored by one. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has inched up from 43 to 45. Before you make your Bengals vs. Ravens picks, you need to see what R.J. White has to say.
After both teams picked up victories in their respective Week 1 matchups, the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals will square off on Thursday night at Paul Brown Stadium. With their all-time series record knotted at 22-22, Thursday night’s winner will take the all-time series advantage.
The Bengals have won two of their past three meetings against the Ravens, but Baltimore won the last game in Cincinnati in decisive fashion, 20-0. The Ravens are coming off a lopsided 47-3 win against the Buffalo Bills as six different players scored offensive touchdowns. Quarterback Joe Flacco completed 25 of 34 passes for 236 yards and three touchdowns in the win.
In the Bengals 34-23 win over the Indianapolis Colts, Andy Dalton posted a solid performance going 21-for-28 with 243 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. The Bengals were helped by the performance of running back Joe Mixon, who added 149 scrimmage yards (95 rush, 54 rec.) with a rush touchdown.
Just because the Ravens looked dominant in Week 1 doesn’t mean they’ll win on Thursday Night Football this week. White also knows that the Bengals looked impressive in Week 1. With the offense sputtering and trailing by 10 late in the second quarter, Andy Dalton led the Bengals on a 75-yard touchdown drive right before halftime. Second-year pro John Ross hauled in a nifty 3-yard grab to cut the deficit to 13-10.
Dalton was on target all game, connecting on 75 percent of his passes for 243 yards and two scores. Not surprisingly, A.J. Green led the Bengals in receiving yards with 92, gaining 38 of them on a third-quarter TD grab. The Ravens’ front limited the Colts to just 3.4 yards per carry.
White has evaluated all of these numbers, and while we can tell you he’s leaning under, he has found a crucial x-factor for which side you should be all over in this one.
When the Bengals and Ravens last met, Cincinnati stunned Baltimore on New Year’s Eve with an unlikely upset thanks to a 49-yard Andy Dalton-to-Tyler Boyd touchdown pass on 4th-and-12 in the final minute. The play knocked the Ravens out of the playoffs and put Buffalo in.
Baltimore got its revenge on the Bills last week with a 47–3 blowout that turned into an extra preseason game in the second half. Now the Ravens look to pay back the Bengals, who rallied to beat the Colts 34–23 thanks to 17 fourth-quarter points. Because the Browns and Steelers played to a tie in Week 1, the winner of this one will have at least a half-game edge on the rest of the AFC North.