The Bengals have secured first place in the AFC North for at least a week after their 34-23 win over the Ravens on ‘Thursday Night Football’. The Bengals actually won back-to-back games by a score of 34-23 and are the NFL’s only 2-0 team… for now.
Here are just a few stats that tell the tale of the Bengals’ win over their AFC North foes in Week 2.
34: The number of points the Bengals scored in each of the last two weeks. Per ESPN Stats Info, the last team to score 34 or more points in the first two weeks of the season was the 2013 Broncos team that went to the Super Bowl.
141: Yards for the Bengals in the first quarter, while the Ravens had just 27. The Bengals also had nine first downs to just one for the Ravens.
45: Yards on a second quarter Joe Flacco pass that gave the Ravens some life and led to a 1-yard rushing touchdown for Buck Allen. The Ravens had been trailing 21-0 at the time.
28: Thursday was the first time since 2013 that the Bengals scored 28 points in the first half of a game. The last time they did it was a 42-14 win against the
Article source: https://www.sbnation.com/2018/9/14/17858504/14-stats-explain-bengals-win-over-ravens-thursday-night-football
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