On New Year, Baltimore Ravens will be in a fight with Cincinnati Bengals, moreover to overcome their terrible defeat at Christmas. The match will be held at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio.
In previous encounters, The Bengals beat the Ravens five times consecutively, going 4-1 against the spread, entering this season. However, the Ravens won the first meeting between these AFC North rivals just a month ago. The Bengals and Ravens complete their seasons when they clash on Sunday afternoon.
Date and Time: January 1st, 2016 1:00 PM EST
Venue: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio
TV: CBS (US)
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The Ravens had bagged three of four games to stay alive in both the divisional and wild-card races.
Last week, Ravens suffered a crushing defeat to the Pittsburgh Steelers, going down 31-27 in a game that decided the AFC North.
Darren Waller, who dropped the ball at a very crucial moment and cornerback Tavon Young, who gave away a penalty that helped Steelers for a good start will be under pressure.
Cincinnati had won two games in a row but lost its last two games—versus Pittsburgh 24-20 and at Houston 12-10. Moreover, the Bengals’ last five losses have cost them a total of 16 points.
The Bengals failed to stop the Texans from making the postseason as they went down to a 12-10 loss in Texas.
Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis confirmed Wednesday that A.J. Green, six-time Pro Bowl wide receiver will not play in Sunday’s regular-season finale against the Baltimore Ravens. Since Green’s injury, Cincinnati has lost four of six to fall out to get a berth in the playoffs.
The Bengals’ Andy Dalton is on the verge of breaking his franchise record for most passing yards in a single season. He requires 314 yards against the Ravens to cut that number.