The Bengals finish the season at Baltimore which will provide Burrow a chance to improve upon his outing against the Ravens earlier this season. Jackson is having another outstanding season, but likely distant in the MVP race behind Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City the 2018 MVP.
Jackson has thrown for 1,513 yards and 12 TD and run for 469 yards leading the Ravens. Jackson is well behind his pace of 3,127 passing yards an NFL leading 36 TD passes and nine percent TD percentage in 2019 and 1,206 rushing with a league-leading 6.9 yards per carry in 2019.
The Bengals defended Jackson well in their loss earlier this season. Jackson was 19-37 for 180 yards, two interceptions, one TD and just two carries for three yards in the victory. Baltimore had a 53-yard fumble return for a TD from Burrow’s LSU teammate Patrick Queen and had 161 yards rushing.
Baltimore leads the NFL allowing 17.6 points per game and have the NFL’s leading rushing offense. The Ravens pass defense ranks 10th. Getting off to a good start and forcing the Ravens to throw with their 31st ranked passing offense will be a key to pulling the upset to end the season.