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Bengals Ravens Recent Match-ups
October 26, 2014 Paul Brown Stadium (Cincinnati, OH)
Cincinnati Bengals: 27 Baltimore Ravens: 24
If you're a team in the AFC North, divisional games are some of the hardest and most intense games you'll ever compete in. And this couldn't be more true than this game where the Ravens travel to take on division rival the Cincinnati Bengals. Scoring was tight in the first half as the Bengals scored on touchdown in the first quarter and the Ravens kicked two field goals in the second quarter making it 6-7 Cincinnati heading into halftime. Defense was the story of this game as on many drives, the defense didn't allow points. But the offenses would go back and forth on scoring for the remainder of the game. The Bengals would score a touchdown and a field goal in the third quarter as the Ravens could only put up one touchdown. But heading into the fourth quarter, scoring still remained back and forth as the Bengals would put up a field goal early. The Ravens gained the lead midway through the fourth on a Lorenzo Taliaferro 8 yard touchdown run and Baltimore added to their lead minutes later with a Justin Tucker 53 yard field goal. But as the game was coming to a close, Bengals QB Andy Dalton would run in a touchdown from 1 yard out as the Bengals escape with a win at home 27-24.
September 7, 2014 M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)
Cincinnati Bengals: 23 Baltimore Ravens: 16
The Bengals travel to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in this AFC North Divisional matchup. The Bengals' kicker Mike Nugent was hot in the first half kicking 5 field goals as the Bengal defense held the Raven offense to 0 points in the first half giving the Bengals a 15-0 lead heading into halftime. The Raven offense was slow to start up but got going with a Justin Forsett 13 yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. A Justin Tucker field goal from 38 yards and a Steve Smith Sr. 80 yard touchdown would decrease the Bengal lead as the game began to expire. But the Bengals would find life in WR AJ Green as he caught a 77 yard touchdown pass from Andy Dalton to give the Bengals a lead which was followed up by a two point conversion as the Bengals win on the road 23-16. Bengals QB Andy Dalton finished the day with 301 passing yards and 1 touchdown and WR AJ Green of the Bengals ended with 6 catches for 131 yards and 1 touchdown.
September 27, 2015 M&T Bank Stadium (Baltimore, MD)
Cincinnati Bengals: Baltimore Ravens:
The Bengals and Ravens meet in Baltimore for the first time early in the season as these two AFC North rivals compete for the division title. The Bengals look to make the jump into the playoffs once again and make a deep run for the Super Bowl as AJ Green and Andy Dalton look to lead Cincinnati. The Ravens look to have a big season from QB Joe Flacco and a defense without Terrell Suggs who was injured early in the season. Being in the tough AFC North division, every game matters and these teams will give anything to win and gain momentum to head into the playoffs.