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Ravens vs. Bengals final: MVP, Winners & Losers

Easy victory

NFL: Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens (11-5) went into Cincinnati and bludgeoned the Bengals (4-11-1) with a final score of 38-3.

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MVP J.K. Dobbins

An absolute trouncing of the Bengals came from the workhorse that is Dobbins. On only 13 carries, Dobbins rushed his way to 160 yards, including a 72-yard rushing touchdown! Dobbins scored two rushing touchdowns today and set a new franchise record for most touchdowns by a Ravens rookie!


Lamar Jackson — A new NFL record posted by the Ravens’ quarterback. He also dominated this game with three touchdown passes and 97 yards on the ground. What a way to close out the regular season for the star.

Miles Boykin — A wide-open 43-yard touchdown for Boykin was the tone-setting play for today’s affair. He ran a good route and the safety was lost in the midfield. Also, this is Boykin’s fifth-straight game with only one reception. However, of those five games, three of those one-catch games have been a touchdown!

Marquise Brown — An early drop was frustrating but it was obvious he was going to come back and score a touchdown later in the game. He did so before the half, scoring an 18-yard touchdown on 3rd & 8. He wasn’t done, either, scoring a second time on a nine-yard pass from Jackson. Great way to close out the year.

Gus Edwards — Yet another casual game for Edwards in which he posts a 5.0 yards per carry. He didn’t have to do much, yet he gained 60 yards on the day.

Mark Ingram II — His first action in five weeks and he posted 39 yards on only nine carries. Maybe he will be involved in the Ravens’ post-season plans?

Johnny Townsend — Get signed for a week, punt it only twice and hold for a single Justin Tucker field goal and get paid. That’s a winner in my book.

Don “Wink” Martindale — A great game called by the defensive coordinator and only two cowardly field goals from shutting out the Bengals twice. If this is the last time Martindale coaches against the Bengals for Baltimore, he went out a mastermind.

Offensive line — The offense rushed for over 400 yards and added another 121 through the air. They doesn’t occur without the brilliant blocking.


Germain Pratt — The Bengals defender said the Ravens’ season ends today and proceeded to be stiff-armed by Dobbins on his way to a 72-yard touchdown.