Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens 10/9/22 Prediction and Caesars Sportsbook Promo
October 6, 2022
The Baltimore Ravens will host the Cincinnati Bengals in NFL Week 5 action on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium. The last time the Ravens met the Bengals in the regular season, Baltimore lost 41-21 back in December last year.
The Bengals are trying to maintain their momentum after a 27-15 victory over the Miami Dolphins last week. This season, the Bengals are 2-2 after losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys in the first two weeks. Cincinnati also defeated the New York Jets in Week 3.
The Ravens will look to bounce back from their 23-20 loss to the Buffalo Bills in Week 4. The Ravens have also been 2-2 this season. They started the season with a 24-9 victory over the New York Jets. Baltimore then lost 42-38 to the Dolphins in Week 2. They rebounded in Week 3 with a 37-26 win over the New England Patriots.
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Why bet on the Baltimore Ravens?
✅ The Ravens average 365.3 total yards this season while scoring 29.8 points per game.
✅ Lamar Jackson has 893 passing yards and 316 rushing yards this season. He finished the previous game 20-of-29 for 144 yards and one touchdown. But his ability to move the ball on the ground makes him dangerous for the Bengals to deal with.
✅ This season, Baltimore has gained 1,461 yards on 230 offensive plays, including 568 rushing yards and 869 passing yards.
|Teams||Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens|
|When||Sunday, October 9, at 8:20 p.m. ET|
|Venue||M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD|
|Betting Pick||Baltimore Ravens to cover | Spread @ -3 (-115)|
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Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens
The Bengals started this NFL season on shaky ground. They lost their first two games to the Steelers in Week 1, followed by a 20-17 loss against the Cowboys the following week. In Week 3, Cincinnati rebounded with a 27-12 win over the Jets. Last week, they snatched a 27-15 victory against the Dolphins.
The Bengals average 22.8 PPG with 1,480 yards of total offense, averaging 257.3 passing yards and 89.5 rushing yards per game through Week 4. This season, QB Joe Burrow has a 64.1% completion percentage and eight touchdowns to his name.
The Bengals will have several players sidelined for this game, including DJ Reader (knee), Drew Sample (knee), Tycen Anderson (hamstring), Clark Harris (bicep), Khalid Kareem (hamstring) and Isaiah Prince (wrist).
The Ravens are still trying to find their rhythm this season. They dominated the Jets 24-9 in their season opener, but the Dolphins managed to stop the Ravens 42-38 in Week 2. Baltimore bounced back in Week 3 with a 37-26 win over the Patriots but fell apart last week in a 23-20 loss to the Bills.
Coach John Harbaugh will have to rely on QB Lamar Jackson to upgrade his numbers against the Bengals. Jackson leads the team's offense with 893 passing yards, 316 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns this season. But he has lacked consistency throwing the football that he will need to remedy for the Ravens to reach their full potential this season.
The team will be without Ronnie Stanley (ankle) and Gus Edwards (knee) in this upcoming game on Sunday night. Due to leg injuries, Justice Hill and Rashod Bateman are still questionable to play against Cincinnati.