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By: Greg Wilson
The Cincinnati Bengals play Thursday night against the Baltimore Ravens in a short turnaround from their loss to the Houston Texans on Sunday. They are looking to bounce back after losing the four-game winning streak they were on before the loss.
With Lamar Jackson playing at an MVP level this season, the defense will need to be on its game, so whether Trey Hendrickson is able to play, and if he is going to be close to 100 percent will likely be an important factor. He has been suiting up for practices despite his hyperextended knee, so that is an encouraging sign.
Joe Burrow continued his streak of good performances against the Texans, and other than Tyler Boyd’s pivotal drop in the end zone at the end of the game, the offense as a whole still looked like it was clicking.
In a very tight AFC North race where all of the teams are over .500 going into Week 11, this game will be a pivotal one in the race after the Ravens beat the Bengals the first time around this season in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, November 16 (8:15 p.m. ET)
TV info: Prime Video
In-market live stream: Amazon Prime Video, NFL+ (mobile only)
Radio: Cincinnati – WCKY-AM (1530), Cincinnati – WEBN-FM (102.7), Cincinnati – WLW-AM (700)
Location: M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD
Forecast: Clear Skies, 55 degrees
Referee: Adrian Hill
Opponent Wire site: Ravens Wire
Odds: Bengals +3.5
Originally posted on Bengals Wire