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Cincinnati has won eight of the last 10 games against the Ravens and three of the last four in Baltimore. The Ravens haven't had a 100-yard rusher against Cincinnati since 2011 (Ray Rice in Week 17).

The Bengals have allowed over 500 total yards in each of their last three games, only the fourth team to do so since 1950 and the first since the 49ers in 1963. The Bengals are currently allowing 454.6 net yards per game, which would set a single-season NFL record.

The Ravens are coming off their bye week having lost three straight games. Since Joe Flacco's 2008 rookie season, the Ravens are 8-2 in the game following their bye week with both of the losses by six points or fewer.

Andy Dalton has the highest passer rating against the blitz this season among qualifying quarterbacks (130.3). He has thrown seven touchdown passes (tied for most in the NFL), one interception and 9.68 yards per attempt (third-highest among qualifiers).

The Ravens have gotten 169.0 receiving yards per game from their three offseason additions - John Brown (66.8), Michael Crabtree (52.4) and Willie Snead IV (49.8). Only the 2007 Patriots have seen more combined receiving yards per game by new players (216.3).

Baltimore ranks first in the NFL in third-and-short conversion rate this season at 76.3 percent (three yards or fewer) after ranking 21st or lower in each of the last six seasons. Cincinnati allows first downs on 76.6 percent of opponents' third-and-short attempts this season, tied for the third-highest rate in the NFL.


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