NFL

The Baltimore Ravens Blew Out the Cincinnati Bengals 38-3

Powered by 113 yards from Lamar Jackson, and a total team offensive output of 525 yards, the Baltimore Ravens blew out the Cincinnati Bengals in a laughable 38-3 victory, Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021 in Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. The Ravens rushing game contributed to this win with 404 yards and two rushing touchdowns, to support a 113 yards, three touchdowns effort by Lamar Jackson.

Jackson contributed to this win by completing 10 of 18 passes, finishing the game with 113 yards, one interception, three touchdowns and a QB rating of 91.00.

The ground game for the Ravens saw J.K. Dobbins carrying the football 13 times, and Gus Edwards helping with rushing the ball 12 times. The two rushers produced 160 yards and 60 yards respectively in a winning effort. The passing game for the Ravens had Jackson tossing the football to Miles Boykin and Marquise Brown as his most productive targets. Boykin caught one pass for a net gain of 43 yards. The secondary target (Brown) caught five passes for a net contribution of 41 yards.

The Ravens were helped by a defensive effort that resulted in zero sacks, and four tackles for loss, to go along with no forced fumbles, with no defensive touchdowns.

For the Bengals, Brandon Allen ended the day having completed 6 of 21 passes, leading to 48 yards, two interceptions and zero touchdowns. His performance resulted in a QB rating of 0.00.

The Bengals’ rushing game was led by Trayveon Williams and Samaje Perine. For the game, Williams carried the ball four times, rushed for 74 yards, and zero touchdowns. Perine supplemented and carried the ball a total of nine times for a total of 51 yards. Meanwhile Tyler Boyd and Alex Erickson were the top 2 aerial passing targets for the Bengals. Boyd caught one pass from Allen for a total of one yard, while Erickson contributed with eight yards from one pass.

In their loss, the Bengals defense contributed with zero forced fumbles and zero tackles to go along with no sacks and zero defensive touchdowns. This production from the Bengals defense was not enough help get a win.

After the win, the Ravens now have a 11-5 record, compared to the Bengals who now have a 4-11 record.