The Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals have a longstanding rivalry in the NFL, and it’s about to be put on full display in primetime this Sunday night.
The rivalry has been known for its physical and hard-hitting play, with both teams fielding strong defenses throughout the years. The Bengals and the Ravens have also had their fair share of notable individual battles over the years and each has found success within the NFL, with the Bengals making the playoffs multiple times, and the Ravens winning two Super Bowls.
The Ravens-Bengals matchups have been some of the most intense and highly-anticipated games on the NFL schedule over the years, and the rivalry will write yet another chapter tonight as the two teams face off in Super Wild Card Weekend.
Ravens vs Bengals odds
If you’re looking to place a friendly wager on the Sunday Night Football game between friends or using an official betting method, it appears that Cincinnati enters the game as the favorite to win. SportsLine odds put the Bengals as an 8-point favorite with an over/under for total points scored at 40 in the latest Ravens vs Bengals predictions at Caesars Sportsbook.
Ravens vs Bengals playoff record
While the Bengals and Ravens face off twice a year during the regular season, the two teams have actually never played one another in the postseason. As such, there is no standing playoff record for the pair as their game during Super Wild Card Weekend on January 15 marks the first time the AFC North rivals will face off in the postseason.
Cincinnati did face off against a Baltimore team in the playoffs once in the past, with the Bengals losing to the Baltimore Colts back in the 1970s playoffs.
Have the Bengals ever beat the Ravens in the playoffs?
History will be made today as the Bengals and Ravens have never faced off against one another in the postseason. As such, the winner of tonight’s Wild Card game will not only eliminate their rival but also walk away with bragging rights over their rival.
Have the Ravens ever beat the Bengals in the playoffs?
The Baltimore Ravens have not defeated the Bengals in a playoff game before as the two teams have not faced one another in the postseason. A win over the Bengals in the Super Wild Card Weekend game would not only give the Ravens an upset win over their rivals but would also give them a 1-0 record over the Bengals in the postseason.