NFL Week 10 Pick – Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals
Ravens Come to Cincy Looking for Fifth-Straight Win
Our Ravens vs Bengals pick has Baltimore at -10.0 This Ravens vs Bengals NFL pick looks like a no-brainer, but then again with pro football you never know. The Baltimore Ravens (6-2 Overall, 3-1 Away) top the AFC North with the Pittsburgh Steelers in second at 4-4. The Ravens have won their last four games, including a huge 37-20 victory in Week 9 against New England. The Cincinnati Bengals (0-8 Overall, 0-3 Home) have not yet won a game this season.
The game will be played November 10, 2019 at 1:00 pm ET. The venue will be Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. The weather tomorrow in Cincinnati at game time will be partly cloudy and 57 degrees with wind at 10 mph.
Ravens vs Bengals Pick – Stats
Baltimore comes to this game averaging 31.4 PPG. Cincinnati is averaging just 15.5 PPG. The Ravens offense is averaging 438.4 YPG. They have been good for 204.9 YPG on the ground. The Ravens are averaging 233.5 YPG in passing. In contrast, the Bengals are putting up just 341.0 YPG on offense. The team’s 281.5 YPG in the air is solid, but the Bengals’ 59.5 YPG on the ground is severely lacking.
The Raven D is not as stingy as it used to be, but it still gets the job done. They are allowing 360.4 YPG with just 83.0 in rushing. They are giving up 277.4 YPG in passing. Cincinnati is allowing opponents 443.4 YPG with 265.8 YPG in the air. They cannot stop the run, as they are allowing 177.6 YPG in rushing.
Baltimore vs Cincinnati – Key Players
The Baltimore offense is highly explosive and can score quickly and often. On the other hand, Cincinnati has struggled to put points on the scoreboard. The Raven’s put a sound but not spectacular defense on the field. Cincy has a tough time stopping opponents, especially when it comes to the rush attack.
Baltimore Ravens Players
Baltimore QB Lamar Jackson is, at times, impossible to stop. He’s completing 64.3% of his passes and has recorded 12 passing TDs and 1,813 passing yards. Jackson has tossed five picks and been sacked 18 times. Jackson is the team’s top rusher, having run for 637 yards on 99 attempts. He’s averaging 5.4 YPA and has scored five rushing TDs. RB Mark Ingram II is, like Jackson, a major talent. Ingram, who’s rushed for 585 yards on 114 carries, averaging 5.1 YPA. He’s scored seven rushing TDs. Ingram, like Jackson, is a dual threat who has 14 receptions for 125 yards and one score. TE Mark Anderson and WR Marquise Brown are the two top pass catchers. They have 38 and 24 receptions respectively and each has caught three TD passes.
Highlights on defense for the Ravens include five forced fumbles and four recovered, 41 TFL, and 38 PD. The Ravens have posted just 14 sacks and have made seven picks. LB Patrick Onwuasor tops the team in tackles with 38. He also has two sacks and three TFL. LB Matthew Judon leads the Ravens in with four sacks and 5.5 TFL. Corner Marlon Humphrey comes to this game with seven PD and two INTs.
Cincinnati Bengals Players
Bengals QB Andy Dalton has been less than spectacular. Then again, his O-lone has allowed a whopping 29 sacks. Dalton has tossed nine TD passes and eight interceptions. Although he’s passed for over 2,200 yards, Dalton is completing just 60.4% of his pass attempts. WR John Ross III, who has three TD catches, is on injured reserve. That’s been a big loss. Wideout Tyler Boyd leads the team with 51 catches and 536 receiving yards. He’s caught on touchdown pass. The ground game is certainly suffering due to the team’s ineffective line. Joe Mixon leas all Cincy runners with 101 carries and 320 yards. The Bengals have one rushing TD, which was accomplished by RB Giovani Bernard who’s averaging 2.7 YPA.
The Bengals have also forced five fumbles and recovered four. They’ve recorded just nine sacks, two picks, and 24 PD. TFL total 31.5. DE Sam Hubbard has recorded three sacks, 4.5 TFL, and two PD. Over six games this season, corner Dre Kirkpatrick, who is out due to injury, had recorded four PD, two TFL, and one sack. LB Nick Vigil lead the Bengals with 65 tackles, while safety Shawn Williams has 64 tackles and 3.5 TFL.
Our Ravens vs Bengals Pick
Our Ravens vs Bengals pick notes that Baltimore has a superior offense when compared to Cincinnati’s, as well as an edge on defense. Baltimore has a lot of offensive weapons, and they are exceptionally dexterous on that side of the ball. Cincy’s offense is anemic. We like the Ravens in this game at -10.0.