Thursday night football action continues this week as the Bengals (5-4) head to Baltimore to take on the Ravens (7-3).
Cincinnati comes in off a 30-27 home loss to the Texans, while the Ravens also fell in a close one in their own house, falling 33-31 to Cleveland. This brought a four-game winning streak to an abrupt and somewhat unexpected halt for both squads.
The Ravens lead the all-time series with the Bengals by a small margin at 29-27. A win here would keep Baltimore on top of the AFC North division and would allow them to sweep Cincinnati in a season for the first time since 2020.
Offensively, it’s easy to argue the Ravens have been more explosive than the Bengals, though the deep passing game has been an area of concern for quarterback Lamar Jackson as of late.
After getting off to an up-and-down start, Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow has hit his stride and is expected to be the healthiest and best version of himself the Ravens have ever faced. To this point in the season, Burrow has completed 67% of his passes for 2,208 yards with 14 touchdowns and six interceptions.
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8:49 p.m. – Ravens tight end Mark Andrews has been ruled out of the game with a left ankle injury.
8:44 p.m. – The ensuing drive by the Bengals also ends in a sack, this time on Joe Burrow by Jadeveon Clowney.
8:39 p.m. – Lamar Jackson and the Ravens are stopped on 3rd & 14 with a sack by Bengals defender Trey Hendrickson.
8:33 p.m. – The Bengals settle for a 50-yard field goal to cut the Ravens’ lead to 7-3 midway through the first quarter.
8:31 p.m. – Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is questionable to return with an ankle injury.
8:27 p.m. – Burrow keeps it himself for the eight-yard carry on the Bengals’ first offensive play of the game.
8:25 p.m. – Ravens running back Augustus Edwards takes it in for the short touchdown run. It will now be up to Joe Burrow and co. to respond on their first drive, which will start from their own 25.
8:23 p.m. – Ravens tight end Mark Andrews goes down with an apparent injury, but walks off the field on his own power with Baltimore deep in Cincinnati territory
8:19 p.m. – Lamar Jackson faces pressure but escapes to take off with his legs, bringing the Ravens to the Bengals’ 13-yard line
8:14 p.m. – The Ravens offense will go to work first. Can Lamar Jackson improve his deep ball accuracy and outperform Joe Burrow tonight?
Pregame: Ravens announce inactives: OT Ronnie Stanley, CB Marlon Humphrey, ILB Trenton Simpson, G Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, DE Broderick Washington, QB Josh Johnson
Pregame: Bengals announce inactives: WR Tee Higgins, LB Devin Harper, C Trey Hill, OL Jackson Carman, WR Andrei Iosivas, DE Sam Hubbard
Pregame: Ravens inside linebacker Josh Ross has elevated from practice squad, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports. He’ll take the place of inside linebacker Trenton Simpson, who is currently out with a concussion.
Pregame: Bengals wide receiver Charlie Jones is back on the active roster, moved up from Injured Reserve, as was reported by Ben Baby on ESPN. Wide receiver Shedrick Jackson has been elevated for the matchup as well.
Pregame: Joe Burrow arrives for ‘Thursday Night Football’
Bengals QB Joe Burrow arriving for tonight’s game. (IG/bengals) pic.twitter.com/4TZjdMje11
— Ben Baby (@Ben_Baby) November 16, 2023
Bengals vs. Ravens start time
- Date: Thursday, Nov. 16
- Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Thursday night’s game between the Bengals and the Ravens will kick off in prime time at 8:15 p.m. ET from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.
What channel is Bengals vs. Ravens on today?
- Game: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens
- Date: Thursday, Nov. 16
- TV channel (Cincinnati): WCPO 9
- TV channel (Baltimore): WMAR Channel 2
- Live stream: Amazon Prime Video | DAZN (in Canada)
Thursday’s contest between the Bengals and the Ravens will air exclusively on Amazon Prime Video outside the two teams’ markets. Al Michaels (play-by-play) and Kirk Herbstreit (color analyst) will be on the call from M&T Bank Stadium. Kaylee Hartung will serve as the sideline reporter.
Viewers in both the Cincinnati and Baltimore markets can catch the game on their local affiliates. Audience members in Canada can stream it on DAZN, which carries every NFL game of the season.