Ray Rice vs. The Cincinnati Bengals

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Jan 1, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice (27) dives in for a touchdown during the second half against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. The Ravens defeated the Bengals 24-16. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-US PRESSWIRE

Ray Rice and the Baltimore Ravens agreed to a five year, $40 million contract Monday.

Rice has accumulated over 4,000 yards in his four year career for the Ravens, and had 598 touches in the last two seasons.

Because he will be a AFC North foe for so long, I figured we should look back on Rice’s career vs. the Cincinnati Bengals, and see how he has fared against the men in stripes.

Rice’s first game as a pro was against the Bengals in 2008.


Touches: 22

Yards: 64 (2.9 avg)

Long: 10 yards

Touchdowns: 0

Final Score: 17-10 Baltimore.

Notes: Rice, in his first game in the NFL, got most of the attempts for the Ravens. He shared carries with Le’Ron McClain, who actually had a better game with three less carries. In the game itself, it was big plays that killed the Bengals. Mark Clayton returned a kick for 42 yards and Joe Flacco ran 38 yards for a TD that killed the Bengals in the long run.

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