Baltimore Ravens lead Cincinnati Bengals 13-10 at halftime

The Bengals are at the moment trying to find their first offensive landing this season. Nonetheless, the Ravens haven’t been in a position to set up a major lead in the course of the first half of their sport in Cincinnati. Within the closing moments of the primary half, Justin Tucker’s second subject purpose broke a 10-10 tie, placing the Ravens forward 13-10 towards their AFC North rivals.

Sadly for the Bengals, an unlawful contact penalty dedicated by cornerback Cam Taylor-Britt negated a sack by Sam Hubbard and allowed the Ravens to retain their closing timeout. This proved helpful for the Ravens, because it gave them a possibility to maneuver nearer to subject purpose vary after Lamar Jackson’s run. The Bengals additionally had a fumble restoration earlier within the half, nevertheless it was nullified by a penalty.

Thankfully, the Bengals obtained some higher luck when officers determined to choose up a flag on Charlie Jones’ 81-yard punt return for a landing. Shedding that landing would have dealt a major blow to the Bengals’ hopes, particularly since their offense has struggled, gaining simply 63 yards within the first two quarters.

At this level within the sport, Joe Burrow has accomplished 8 of 11 passes for under 35 yards. Moreover, his lone reference to vast receiver Ja’Marr Chase resulted in no achieve. Working again Joe Mixon has carried the ball 5 occasions for 27 yards. It’s essential for the Bengals to discover a rhythm on offense in the event that they want to safe a victory on their house turf.

By Editor