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For Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots, Future is Now
January 17th, 2012 at 10:36 AM
While Cincinnati Bengals fans are basking in the glow of a surprise post season appearance and a very bright future, for the two teams squaring off to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl, their window of opportunity is right now. The New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens have been...

Ball Security Will Be the Key to Securing a Playoff Berth
January 1st, 2012 at 7:15 AM
The team that protects the football the best always wins when the Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens get together. That's the seminal statistic that cannot be ignored when analyzing these two teams. In the first meeting between these two clubs, Baltimore was staked to a 31-14 lead, in large part due...

Three Players Whose Presence and Absence Will Send the Cincinnati Bengals to the Playoffs
December 30th, 2011 at 11:28 AM
The last time the Cincinnati Bengals played the Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore triumphed 31-24, thanks in large part to Torrey Smith's 165 yards receiving. Meanwhile the Bengals played that game short-handed with Pro Bowl rookie AJ Green out with a knee injury. Green will play this week, giving Andy Dalton his...

AFC North Most Dominant Division in NFL
December 27th, 2011 at 10:19 AM
***PHOTO1*** What the Cincinnati Bengals have accomplished thus far in 2011 has been surprising to say the least. Written off by many for dead in a major rebuilding year, Marvin Lewis has guided his team to a winning record and stands one victory on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens from securing...

Cincinnati Bengals AFC North Title Hopes Hinge on Victory in Baltimore
November 20th, 2011 at 7:15 AM
It's a pretty simple formula for the Cincinnati Bengals: win today against the Baltimore Ravens and move into a first place tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers with a 2-1 AFC North record and one more game to go against the Steelers. Lose and drop a game off the pace of...

Baltimore Ravens Style: High Risk, High Reward
November 18th, 2011 at 10:53 AM
The New York Jets loss last night in Denver certainly helped the Cincinnati Bengals overall playoff prospects, but this weekend's game in Baltimore is crucial to any hopes the team has for winning the AFC North. The Baltimore Ravens have yet to lose an AFC North game, and having already...