The offenses for the Bengals and Ravens are going in opposite directions.
Cincinnati moved up five spots to become the NFL's 15th-ranked offense after recording 409 total yards at the one-win Chiefs. Baltimore moved down five spots to become the league's 21st-ranked offense after struggling to produce 200 yards against Pittsburgh.
It's been a dramatic fall for the Ravens offense over the course of the season. Baltimore had the second-ranked offense after four games, averaging 424 yards per game. But the Ravens have fallen 19 spots over the past six games and they now average 338.7 yards per game.
Here's a look at the NFL rankings after 11 weeks:
Offense: Overall (15th), run (20th), pass (10th) and scoring (12th).
Defense: Overall (17th), run (18th), pass (15th) and scoring (19th-tied).
Offense: Overall (27th), run (27th), pass (19th) and scoring (25th).
Defense: Overall (23rd), run (24th), pass (22nd) and scoring (18th).
Offense: Overall (21st), run (25th), pass (16th) and scoring (7th-tied).
Defense: Overall (25th), run (27th), pass (23rd) and scoring (9th).
Offense: Overall (17th), run (17th), pass (13th) and scoring (19th).
Defense: Overall (1st), run (4th), pass (1st) and scoring (5th).