The Associated Press
BALTIMORE (5-2) at CINCINNATI (3-2-1)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
OPENING LINE — Bengals by 2 1/2
RECORD VS. SPREAD — Baltimore 5-2, Cincinnati 3-3
SERIES RECORD — Ravens lead 20-17
LAST MEETING — Bengals beat Ravens 23-16, Sept. 7, 2014
LAST WEEK — Ravens beat Falcons 29-7; Bengals lost to Colts 27-0
AP PRO32 RANKING — Ravens No. 9, Bengals No. 14
RAVENS OFFENSE — OVERALL (7), RUSH (7), PASS (9).
RAVENS DEFENSE — OVERALL (16), RUSH (7), PASS (24).
BENGALS OFFENSE — OVERALL (16), RUSH (16), PASS (16).
BENGALS DEFENSE — OVERALL (31), RUSH (30), PASS (27).
STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Bengals won season opener in Baltimore on A.J. Green’s juggling 77-yard TD catch late in fourth quarter. Cincinnati trying for first season series sweep of Baltimore since 2009. … Ravens trying to improve to 6-2 for fourth time under coach John Harbaugh — also did it in 2010, 2011 and 2012. … Baltimore has allowed only 14.9 points per game, fewest in NFL; 23 points in season opener were most allowed. … Baltimore has five sacks each of past two games. LBs Elvis Dumervil and Pernell McPhee had two sacks each in win over Falcons. … Joe Flacco has thrown seven TD pass in past two games overall. In three road games, Flacco has six TDs and two INTs for passer rating of 98.9. … RB Justin Forsett averaging 5.8 yards per carry, best in NFL. … TE Owen Daniels needs 108 yards receiving for 5,000 in career. … LB C.J. Mosley has 60 tackles, most by NFL rookie. … Bengals have two losses and tie in past three games after 3-0 start. Last time they went four games without a win was 2012. … Defense has given up 505, 431 and 506 yards in past three games against New England, Carolina and Indianapolis. … Shutout in Indianapolis was Bengals’ first such loss since final regular-season game of 2009, when they rested regulars in 37-0 defeat to Jets.
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