The Cincinnati Bengals had a chance earlier this year to effectively end the season of the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.
In their Week 10 matchup in Baltimore, Cincinnati had the ball in Baltimore territory in overtime and looked poised to knock-off the Ravens and drop them to 4-6 and all but end their chances of making it to the postseason.
But the Ravens defense held and Justin Tucker later kicked the game-winning field goal to save the Ravens’ season, as they went on to four of five games to climb into the lead for the No. 6 seed in the AFC.
Now, coming off of a 41-7 loss to the New England Patriots, the Ravens are once again in a do-or-die scenario against thew Bengals, only this time it’s in the friendly confines of Paul Brown Stadium:
If it was my choice, I don’t want Baltimore to make it [to the playoffs],” cornerback Adam Jones said.