Game facts

Ravens Vs. Bengals

November 06, 2005

Today, 1 p.m. --M&T Bank Stadium --Chs. 13, 9--Line: Bengals by 3 -- Records: Ravens 2-5, Bengals 6-2

Matchup

Vs. spread -- Ravens 4-3, Bengals 4-3-1

Series -- Ravens lead 12-6

Last meeting -- Bengals won, 27-26, on Dec. 5, 2004, in Baltimore.

NFL rankings

Ravens offense -- No. 25 (rush No. 23, pass No. 18)

Bengals defense -- No. 19 (rush No. 22, pass No. 13)

Bengals offense -- No. 4 (rush No. 17, pass No. 7)

Ravens defense -- No. 2 (rush No. 9, pass No. 2)

Ravens injuries

Out -- LB Ray Lewis (hamstring).

Doubtful -- QB Kyle Boller (toe); S Ed Reed (ankle); DE Tony Weaver (toe).

Questionable -- WR Mark Clayton (ankle); FB Ovie Mughelli (ankle).

Bengals injuries

Questionable -- LB David Pollack (knee).

Probable -- OT Willie Anderson (illness); DT Matthias Askew (hamstring); WR Chad Johnson (shoulder); RB Rudi Johnson (knee); RB Chris Perry (ankle); DE Justin Smith (elbow); DT John Thornton (shoulder).

LINEUPS

Ravens offense

WR 89 Mark Clayton

LT 75 Jonathan Ogden

LG 64 Edwin Mulitalo

C 62 Mike Flynn

RG 68 Keydrick Vincent

RT 77 Orlando Brown

TE 86 Todd Heap

WR 85 Derrick Mason

QB 2 Anthony Wright

FB 33 Justin Green

RB 31 Jamal Lewis

Bengals defense

LE 90 Justin Smith

LT 98 Bryan Robinson

RT 97 John Thornton

RE 91 Robert Geathers

OLB 99 David Pollack

MLB 51 Odell Thurman

OLB 56 Brian Simmons

CB 24 Deltha O'Neal

CB 20 Tory James

SS 26 Ifeanyi Ohalete

FS 34 Kevin Kaesviharn

Bengals offense

WR 85 Chad Johnson

LT 76 Levi Jones

LG 65 Eric Steinbach

C 74 Rich Braham

RG 63 Bobbie Williams

RT 71 Willie Anderson

TE 82 Reggie Kelly

WR 84 T.J. Houshmandzadeh

QB 9 Carson Palmer

RB 32 Rudi Johnson

FB 31 Jeremi Johnson

Ravens defense

LE 95 Jarret Johnson

LT 97 Kelly Gregg

RT 92 Maake Kemoeatu

RE 55 Terrell Suggs

OLB 96 Adalius Thomas

MLB 50 Tommy Polley

OLB 57 Bart Scott

CB 21 Chris McAlister

CB 22 Samari Rolle

SS 49 Chad Williams

FS 47 Will Demps

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