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Here’s how the Ravens graded out at each position after a 41-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Bengals' rout inside M&T Bank Stadium ended a five-game losing streak in which the Ravens had dominated their AFC North division rival.
Here’s what the Baltimore Sun sports staff had to say immediately after the Ravens’ 41-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday afternoon at M&T Bank Stadium.
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The Ravens' defensive woes reach new heights in a divisional loss to Cincinnati Bengals. Meanwhile, rookie receiver Rashod Bateman continues to look more comfortable on the field.
Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase had 201 receiving yards and a touchdown on eight receptions and 10 targets, most of which came against Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey in coverage.
"We actually had a fan who was trying to climb into the broadcast booth,” Ravens radio broadcaster Gerry Sandusky said live on air. “She said, ‘I’m a veteran and I’m looking for a drink.’”
From Maryland's ongoing search for a primary option on offense to continued struggles with penalties, here are three takeaways from Saturday's 34-16 loss to Minnesota.
Freddie Freeman swinging onto baseball’s biggest stage for the first time, Jose Altuve & Co. back for more. Luis Garcia, Framber Valdez and a fresh set of Houston arms facing Ozzie Albies, Austin Riley and these eager, young Atlanta bats. And the endless quest for Mr. Dusty Baker.
Elijah Gorham’s family, teammates and coaches, along with classmates, football players from other Baltimore high schools and city leaders, gathered for a memorial service at the place where Gorham was perhaps best known and most at home: Mervo’s football field.
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