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It has been a great season so far for the Ravens thus far. They took their opening game, and are moving ahead with a few formidable plays. They face off next against the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday. As the Bengals lost their opener, they will be looking to recover. It will be an all out game between two solid teams.  So you better read up! Basketball lines.

The Ravens handed a shrewd game to the New York Jets. Their bone crushing defensive strategies shut the Jets down, allowing them to completely dominate. The defense kept Mark Sanchez to 74 passing yards, and gave only six first downs in a 10-9 victory. The Jets went 1 of 11 on the third down, spending 21:28 on the field. Getting over a number of brilliant moments in the game last week, they are ready to move and play the Bengals. They will have their work cut out for them, as the Bengals took it last time these teams faced off. Basketball betting lines.

The Bengals lost their first game, so it’s all or nothing on Sunday. However, they played great last time they faced the Raves. The division rivals will be sure to play with all their hearts. The only question remaining is to who will win. That will come down to which team gives it their all. So far, it is looking like the Ravens are basing their season on a sturdy defense, combined with sufficient offense to get the job done. Baseball odds.

The Bengals appear to be basing their game off an offensive push, which they will need to overcome the Ravens. The Bengals will use the cornerback tandem of Leon Hall and Johnathan Joseph, who will be looking to undercut the defensive side of the Ravens. Will it be enough? Be sure and follow the rest of the season at

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