Two touchdowns in a full game is a pretty nice night, but Green wanted more. His agent, Peter Schaffer, said Friday that Mixon will have a procedure to remove a loose particle from the knee and will be back "in less than two weeks".
Thursday night, he got 21 carries to show what he could do.
Flacco is only 2-of-5 for 21 yards and an interception, a passer rating of 13.3, after four drives. And he's put the emphasis on going for big plays, something that was missing previous year.
Mosley's injury, as well as the way the Ravens were dominated up front, should be more concerning than a 1-1 record after two games. We caught the ball today. "I think that's where this offense is fortunate".
The Bengals are two games into the season and remain somewhat of a mystery. It modified into as soon as impressive, and the form of safe that makes that that you just would possibly possibly perchance't relieve nonetheless surprise if Cincinnati is in the ruin ready for something greater than a day out - and loss - in the Wild Card Spherical.
The Ravens sandwiched 1-yard scores by Buck Allen (rushing) and rookie Mark Andrews (receiving) around Boyd's 14-yard touchdown to get within 28-14 at halftime.
As a result of the Bengals' unbelievable first half play, especially that of Dalton, many historical comparisons of this team have been stated, but many are also tempering their expectations. A third-down penalty for defensive pass interference on safety Tony Jefferson gave Cincinnati new life in the red zone, and Dalton found star wide receiver A.J. Green (five catches for 69 yards) streaking across the end zone on the next play for a four-yard score. The last time was 2015, when they won the division title and suffered a first-round playoff meltdown against Pittsburgh at Paul Brown Stadium.
"We're learning and growing", Lewis said. There's also the matter of rookie center Billy Price, who left the game early with an injury that could be concerning. DE Michael Johnson hurt his left knee in the first quarter and didn't return. That's where Bengals cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick hosted a tailgate party, and was filmed cutting a rug to Warren G.'s "Regulate" with what appeared to be a nonagenarian football fan.
The Ravens have always been known for their physical play, but the Bengals showed plenty of toughness of their own.