Here is our Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting preview with odds and picks for this game that will be taking place at Paul Brown Stadium.
Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting: Baltimore
First on our Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting preview, we have the Baltimore prediction.
The Baltimore Ravens have won their first game of the season so far. The Ravens’ last game was against the Texans, and they won by a score of 25–9. Lamar Jackson hit on 17 of 22 passes for 169 yards. He finished the game with a QB rate of 79.5 and 1 pick. The Ravens’ best runner on the ground was Lamar Jackson, who had 6 carries for 38 yards (6.3 yards per carry). Zay Flowers caught 9 passes for a total of 78 yards. This means that on average, each catch was worth 8.7 yards. The Baltimore Ravens carried the ball 32 times for a total of 110 yards, or an average of 3.4 yards per carry. They had 58 plays that day, which added up to 265 yards. Baltimore let 28 of 44 passes go for a total of 196 yards, which is a completion rate of 63.6%. The Ravens gave up 72 yards on 23 rushing attempts, which is an average of 3.1 yards per rush.
This season, the Ravens have gotten a total of 265 yards. Baltimore has had 13 mistakes that have cost them 106 yards and 8 first downs. In terms of points, Baltimore has scored 0 touchdowns through the air and 3 touchdowns by running the ball. They have lost the ball twice, once by picking it off and once by fumbling it away. As a team, they average 110 yards running per game, which puts them 10th in the league. The Baltimore Ravens average 25.0 points per game when it comes to scoring.
The Ravens have given up 196 yards through the air, which puts them in 17th place in football. They have given up an average of 196.0 yards per pass attempt and a success rate of 63.6%. Overall, they give up 268.0 yards per game, which puts them in 14th place in football. They are letting teams run for an average of 3.1 yards per try and 72.0 yards per game this season. In one game this year, they have let the other team run for 72 yards. The Ravens are placed fourth in the NFL for team defense, giving up 9.0 points per game.
Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting: Cincinnati
Next on our Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting preview, we have the Cincinnati prediction.
The Bengals haven’t won a game yet this season, so they are 0-1 going into this game. The last time the Bengals played on the field, they lost to the Browns by a score of 24–3. Joe Mixon carried the ball 13 times for a total of 56 yards, giving Cincinnati an average of 4.3 yards per run. The Bengals used Ja’Marr Chase in their passing game. He caught 5 balls for 39 yards (7.8 yards per catch). Joe Burrow threw for 82 yards and had a QB rating of 52.2 at the end of the game. He didn’t give the ball to the defenders, and he averaged 2.6 yards per pass attempt. Cincinnati let the other team run the ball 40 times for a total of 206 yards (5.2 yards per run). The Bengals’ receiving defense let 55.2% of passes through the air be completed, giving up 144 yards on 16 of 29 passes. In the end, the Bengals had 142 yards and ran 54 plays (2.6 yards per play). Cincinnati ran the ball 20 times and gained 75 yards, or 3.8 yards per run.
The Cincinnati Bengals average 142.0 yards per game, which puts them in 32nd place among all NFL teams. On the run, they don’t give up more than 75.0 yards per game. The Cincinnati offense has given the other team 20 yards in penalties for 4 mistakes. This ranks them 29th in the NFL for helping the other team. So far this season, the Bengals have gained 67 yards through the air. With an average of 3.0 points per game, the Bengals are 31st in the NFL in terms of how many points they score.
They have given up 1 passing score and 144.0 yards per game, which puts them in ninth place in football. Cincinnati has given up 206 yards on the ground. Their defense has caused two mistakes so far this year: one fumble and one pick-off. The Bengals’ defense has been on the field for 72 plays, which puts them in last place in the league at number 29. The Bengals are ranked 22nd in football because they give up 24.0 PPG.
Who will win tonight’s NFL game between the Ravens and the Bengals?
Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting Odds
Here are the Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting odds:
- Baltimore Ravens: +3.5
- Cincinnati Bengals:-3.5
- Total: 46 Over/Under
Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting: Injury Report
Last but not least in our Ravens at Bengals Week 2 Betting preview, we have the injury report.
- Joseph Ossai (DE)- Ankle
- Marvell Tell III (CB)- Concussion
- Tautala Pesefa (DT)- Elbow
- La’el Collins (T)- Knee (UPDATE: Released on 9/12)
- Devin Cochran (T)-Knee
- Devonnsha Maxwell (DT)- Knee
- Tyus Bowser (LB)- Knee
- Mark Andrews (TE)- Quad
- J.K. Dobbins (RB)- Achilles
- Tyler Linderbaum (C)- Ankle
- Ronnie Staley (LT)- Knee
- Marlon Humphrey (CB)- Foot
- Andrew Voorhes (OL)- Knee
- Trayvon Mullen (CB)- Toe
- Keaton Mitchell (RB)- Shoulder
- Damarion Williams (CB)- Ankle
- Malik Hamm (LB)- Lower Body
- Marcus Williams (S)- Pectoral
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