Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens 10/13/2019 Odds, Picks and Preview
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Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens 10/13/2019- The cellar-ranked Cincinnati Bengals (0-5) are fighting with nothing to lose. Their opponent, the Baltimore Ravens (3-2) can’t afford to lose as they attempt to reach greener pastures. Gambling online sports is expecting either an “I-told-you-so” win or a “where-did-that-come-from?” surprise upset.
Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens 10/13/2019
The Bengals were on the edge of victory, but it slipped through their grasp when they ended with a 26-23 scoreboard against the Arizona Cardinals. This upcoming matchup will surely be payback time, especially for players who pumped in quality effort for the previous game. Andy Dalton shone bright with his 27/38 and 262 passing yards, giving hope with his 2 tossed TDs. Joe Mixon took charge of 19 carries for a total of 93 yards, but unfortunately, he didn’t cross the end zone. Tyler Boyd racked up 123 receiving yards via 10 catches. The Bengals ran with the ball for 23 out of 62 plays; obviously rushing is not their go-to play. Even though the Bengals racked up 21 first downs, they were set back by 7 penalties which subtracted 60 yards.
Nevertheless, they still gained a total of 370 yards. For their defensive efforts, the Bengals held the opponent to 20 out of 32 completion attempts. They weren’t able to limit as much though- the opponent still ended up with 63 % completion rate plus 514 yards. The Bengals are on a freefall. They have good players, but their offensive output is still lacking. Ranked as one of the worst-scoring teams in the league, the Bengals need to reassess their game plan. While it’s too late to take the season, it’s never too late to learn new lessons.
Players to watch: Andy Dalton 166 ATT 102 CMP 1150 YDS 5 TD; Joe Mixon 47 CAR 149 YDS 3.2 AVG 0 TD; Giovani Bernard 17 CAR 35 YDS 2.1 AVG 0 TD; John Ross 16 REC 328 YDS 20.5 AVG 3 TDS; Tyler Boyd 27 REC 283 YDS 10.5 AVG 0 TDS; Auden Tate 11 REC 144 YDS 13.1 AVG 0 TDS; Tyler Eifert 11 REC 81 YDS 7.4 AVG 1 TDS
The Ravens also had victory within their grasp, but they were able to nail it with an ending score of 26-23 versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. QB Lamar Jackson did 19/28 and 161 passing yards, with a tossed TD as a bonus. He also gave 3 picks in that matchup. Lamar Jackson carried the ball 14 times, earning his team 70 rushing yards. Willie Snead IV held up his end of the receivers’ department as he caught the ball 4 times for a total of 51 yards. The Ravens were rushing for 40 out of 73 plays. This is a strong indicator that they are confident with their ground game.
The Ravens chalked up 22 first downs, but were disadvantaged by 11 penalties at 92 yards. The Ravens didn’t have that tight of a decent, still allowing their opponent 21 out of 31 throw attempts for a completion rate of 68%. They allowed a total of 269 yards and 2 forced turnovers. The Ravens are well-known this season as a rush-dependent team. If they’re able to keep up with their rush dominance and improve their passing and throwing game, they’ll be one heck of a team to beat!
Players to watch:Lamar Jackson 134 ATT 87 CMP 1110 YDS 10 TD 36 CAR 238 YDS 6.6 AVG; Mark Ingram 55 CAR 328 YDS 6 AVG 5 TD; Marquise Brown 18 REC 304 YDS 16.9 AVG 2 TDS; Mark Andrews 23 REC 266 YDS 11.6 AVG 3 TDS; Willie Snead 8 REC 154 YDS 19.3 AVG 2 TDS; Nick Boyle 9 REC 107 YDS 11.9 AVG 0 TDS
Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens Betting Trends
Bengals is 6-2 ATS in its last 8 games
Ravens is 1-5 ATS in its last 6 games
Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens Betting Picks
Internet betting sites have decreed that Baltimore will win with a predicted score of 7.5 versus 40.4. They will also cover the spread, with a total going under.