Key numbers from the Ravens’ 24-21 win against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 11:

0 – Times in NFL history that a team had a rookie quarterback and running back each rush for 100 yards in a same game until the Ravens’ Lamar Jackson and Gus Edwards on Sunday.

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10 – Of the past 11 games between the Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals decided by one score.

Lamar Jackson waited all week for 'go time,' then ran away with history in a Ravens win

“I think everybody was ready to see Lamar,” Ravens wide receiver Willie Snead IV said.

11 – Run plays in a row by the Ravens on their opening drive, marking the third time since 1999 that a first series featured at least 10 rushing plays without a pass attempt and ended in a touchdown.

14-3 – Ravens’ record after a bye week since 2002.

115 – Rushing yards for Ravens rookie running back Gus Edwards, tying his college career high set for the University of Miami on Oct. 23, 2014.

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