Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

AJ Green has career night in little more than a quarter

AJ Green has career night in little more than a quarter

By that time, the Ravens were in deep trouble.

All three of those touchdowns came courtesy of Green's hands, as he needed just three catches on five targets to convert three scores for the Bengals offense. But a determined Cincinnati squad played spoiler and brought the Ravens' 2017 season to a screeching halt in Week 17.

The Bengals have multiple weapons on offense and not just in the passing game.

But the Ravens' resurgence quickly faltered under Flacco.

For them, the last-minute touchdown in Baltimore became a starting point. The Over-Under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, has slowly risen from 43 to 45.

The Ravens need to make a statement and pick up a rare road win in Cincinnati.

Due to injuries a couple years ago, or last season's offensive debacle with a awful offensive line and an early-season coordinator change, Green's numbers dipped. Anyone who has followed his advice is up big. The Bengals defense pummeled Flacco at every opportunity.

White knows that the Ravens dominated the Bills in Week 1. Defensively the Bengals employ a pass rush that includes Geno Atkins, Carlos Dunlap, and Carl Lawson and they should be able to pressure Joe Flacco.

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The Bills' run game was also stymied against Baltimore.

He added three touchdowns in the first half. The Bengals offensive line has improved but look for the Ravens to try to take advantage of Bengals right tackle Bobby Hart, who was disgusting in the Bengals week one win over the Colts.

The Ravens had their streak of five straight Thursday night wins snapped. Cincinnati's victory against the Colts looks to have been the more impressive of the two.

The Ravens did what they had to do against the Bills, but they face a much tougher challenge tonight against the Bengals on Thursday Night Football. They're off to a 2-0 start, while the Ravens and Steelers are showing some vulnerabilities.

A second-half comeback wasn't almost enough as the Cincinnati Bengals held on for a 34-23 victory, riding a dominant start led by Andy Dalton's four touchdown passes. Running back Joe Mixon was outstanding in the Bengals 34-23 win last week and gives the Bengals a diversified attack that the Ravens simply don't have.

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.

Why will the Ravens win? It wasn't fancy, but they exploited matchups against the Bengals linebackers who struggled in coverage.

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