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The offense is dynamic and the defense has held the Bengals to just a single touchdown.
Joe Flacco has been fantastic going 12-for-15 for 183 yards and a touchdown in the first half.
The two biggest plays of the half have come from Torrey Smith, who caught a 52-yard pass on the game’s opening play, and Anquan Boldin, who caught the lone touchdown from Flacco.
Ray Rice scored the other touchdown for the Baltimore offense.
Cincinnati gets the ball to begin the second half.
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THAT'S SO RAVEN
Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens were busy running up the score on the Cincinnati Bengals during the 4th quarter, and Ray seemed to be doing everything right, until he tried to celebrate his second TD of the night. Ray scored a TD with fourteen minutes left in the 4th quarter to give the Ravens a 40-13 lead, and during his TD celebration he ran headfirst into a cameraman and was...
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice accidentally ran head-first into an ESPN camera after scoring a fourth quarter touchdown in Monday night's NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Rice was getting up from the ground and fighting for space so he could celebrate when he ran into the camera head first. Rice appeared to knock himself silly as he did a backwards somersault...
As the National Football League's week one came to end last night, the Baltimore Ravens cruised to a blowout win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday Night Football.Late in the game, Baltimore running back Ray Rice scored a short touchdown run and got ready to celebrate his score.Meanwhile, an NFL cameraman decided to get a close-up of Ray but actually got too close as Ray&...
After a delightful summer in which he carried the ball only 10 times in the preseason, Ray Rice is ready for some Monday Night football.
''It's sort of like that refreshing feeling, like the first day of school when you want to wear your new clothes,'' the Baltimore Ravens running back said. ''That's what Monday night is. You put on your best outfit...
Ravens tailback Ray Rice only had 10 carries in Monday night's win over Cincinnati but he still managed to score two touchdowns while picking up 68 rushing yards.Fantasy Spin:He also had three catches for 25 yards. Rice is arguably the NFL's most complete running back and he proved it once again on Monday night. Look for Rice to have another terrific season in 2012.
Someone should sign this cameraman to a contract. I think he was the only person to knock Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice backwards during Monday Night Football’s opening night of the 2012 season.
Rice’s rushing touchdown put the Ravens up 41-13 against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Because of the two games, I had to pass on my original gem of ‘Grains of Rice, Flacco Seagulls rain down on Bengals’. Hrm, maybe I should be thankful for that. In any case, I never thought up a second one because I was too busy writing this one. Yes, it took me that long to get that first one out there. My Mom always called me a bit slow, I always thought she was talking...
Baltimore’s offense is off to a hot start. Ray Rice got in to the end zone to give the Ravens their first touchdown of the 2012 season and a 10-0 lead over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Quarterback Joe Flacco seems very comfortable in the no huddle offense.
The second quarter is now under way.
Ravens vs Bengals Review
Ravens 44 – Bengals 13
On Monday night in Baltimore it was feast or famine during the AFC North battle between the Ravens and the Bengals. The Ravens were undoubtedly the ones feasting while they left the Bengals in a state of starvation looking for answers to where their 7th ranked defense was last night. The Ravens came out firing on all cylinders...
The Ravens started this season the same way they started last season – by blowing out an AFC North opponent. Baltimore used offense, defense and special teams to beat the Bengals 44-13 Monday night.
Joe Flacco was spectacular throwing two touchdowns on 21 of 29 passing for 299 yards.
Ray Rice also got in the end zone, but only ran for 68 yards on 10 carries.
Ed Reed returned an...
Well that sucked.
[BTW, sorry to be away from you all for so long. Sometimes life gets in the way of the fun things. Thankfully I see the light at the end of that tunnel approaching for me.]
It’s easy to get down about a 31-point loss. There is no denying that some things went very wrong in this opening game of the season. As obvious as the might be, I will point a couple of them...