Baltimore needs to get more from its offense down the stretch. The Ravens are averaging 18.2 points per game (26th) and rank 30th in efficiency — ahead of only the Los Angeles Rams and Houston Texans.
Their opponent, the Cincinnati Bengals, lost Emmanuel Ogbah Womens Jersey wide receiver A.J. Green and running back Giovani Bernard to injuries last week. When targeting Green, Andy Dalton has averaged 10.15 yards per attempt with four touchdowns and no interceptions.
When targeting all other players, Dalton is averaging 7.36 YPA with seven touchdowns and six interceptions. With a loss Sunday, the Bengals would guarantee themselves fewer than nine wins for the first time since 2010.
The Ravens are four-point favorites at home.
Seven teams in the NFL had seven or more wins entering Week 12. Three of them — the Oakland Raiders, Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs — are in the AFC West.
Trevor Siemian could use some help from a struggling Broncos running game.
A more productive running game would help quarterback Trevor Siemian. Since Gary Barnidge Womens Jersey suffering a shoulder injury in Week 4, he is completing 56.3 percent of his passes (31st) and averaging 6.34 yards per attempt (30th).
As you can see below, Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh — a former NFL player and coach — has nearly triple the number of high-level 2017 prospects that Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer has. (Yes, Ohio State fans, we know many of your best players aren’t draft-eligible yet, and you lost a truckload of talent to the pros last year.)
Michigan junior safety Jabrill Peppers is the highest-ranked prospect in this game (No. 4). Ohio State’s top prospect, according to McShay, is cornerback Marshon Lattimore (No. 8).