The Cincinnati Bengals have a lot to prove this week against the Baltimore Ravens, but their offense -- one that looked incredibly inept at the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday -- may have the most at stake. Being back at home and in a familiar venue where it has performed well this season may help the unit.
Cincinnati has played three games at home and three games on the road this season, but it has been significantly better offensively at Paul Brown Stadium. There, inside the place nicknamed "The Jungle," the Bengals have 450 more total yards, four fewer sacks allowed, 34 more first downs and a 17 percent higher completion percentage than on the road. After a month away from the "W" column, the Bengals will get back there this week, thanks to their offense.
Bengals 23, Ravens 17