When the Cincinnati Bengals travel to Baltimore (1:00 P.M ET, CBS) to Carry on the Ravens, they Will Have to be the aggressors.

Will be to force the Ravens to play from behind. The Ravens need to run all day therefore by playing from behind, they are taken out of the comfort zone. The Bengals cant stop the run or the pass . They provide up 5 yards per carry which is 28th in the league. They also supply up 8.7 yards per pass attempt, which is very great for 30th.
Even the Ravens run the ball more than any club in the league, so should they get out in front, it may be a very long day for the Bengals defense. The Ravens defense start and hasnt been excellent this season, that the Bengals have weapons on offense. Joe Mixon, in particular, has looked good.
The Baltimore Ravens have been 3-2 but the hype surrounding their game after the first two weeks has slowed down considerably. Lamar Jackson threw for 161 yards against the Steelers last week. Over half of his throws were to tight ends and running backs and it is clear that while his ability has improved, it is still the weakness in his overall game.
In regards to running the ball, then hes still among the most dangerous weapons at the quarterback position. Last week against the Bengals, Kyler Murray had a good deal of success with built running plays and you can anticipate Lamar Jackson to do a lot of the same. So the Bengals shouldnt expect anything 19, the ball ran over 40 times.
This line started at approximately -10.5 based on where you store together with the total in 47.5. The spread is up to -12 at some stores, while the total hasnt proceeded substantially. A week the Bengals played in primetime on the road and got killed. After that match, they reacted by losing to some winless Cardinals team. Public comment on the Bengals is at an all-time low.
?? Beneath is 5-0-1 at Bengals 6 road games
?? Bengals have been 6-3 ATS in their last 9
?? Bengals are 4-1 ATS against the Ravens in their last 5
?? Ravens are 1-5-1 ATS in their last seven games
?? Ravens are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 home games from Bengals
Under 48 (-105) at Heritage
There is to the Ravens A disperse too much. They have gifted wide receivers and a great running back, as bad as the Bengals are. The Bengals appear to score garbage time touchdowns weekly, though Baltimore is in control. They got blown out twice by the Steelers and 49ers, When you look at the Bengals games. In their three games, they dropped by 8 points.
The Ravens offense however is far from consistent. Most of their points a week against the Steelers come from errors by Pittsburgh which gave them a short field. I think this match is won by the Ravens but I can not lay that many points. I lean towards the below 48 since that seems like a lot of things for two groups with offenses that are unpredictable. While the two defenses do battle, I expect this for a match in which a lot which stinks to the Under is run by both teams. I dont feel confident relying on Lamar Jackson and Andy Dalton getting into a shootout. For each of these reasons, my choice for the Week 6 game between the Bengals and the Ravens is the Under 48.

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