Bengals vs. Ravens score: Live updates, game stats, highlights, analysis for 2023 NFL playoffs wild card game

On a weekend where no lead has been safe, the Baltimore Ravens have rallied back from a 9-0 deficit to take a 10-9 halftime lead over the Bengals on Super Bowl Wild Card Weekend.

Relying on physicality on both sides of the ball, the visiting Ravens clawed their way back into the game after being dominated during the first 15 minutes. Baltimore responded to Ja’Marr Chase’s 7-yard touchdown catch early in the second quarter with a 17-play drive that was capped off by JK Dobbins’ 2-yard touchdown catch. Dobbins and teammate Gus Edwards combined to run for 61 yards on 14 carries during the first half.

Baltimore’s hard-hitting defense gave his offense the ball back when rookie Kyle Hamilton forced a fumble of tight end Hayden Hurst. The pick set up Justin Tucker’s go-ahead field goal just before halftime. Baltimore’s outgained Cincinnati 112-20 in the second quarter after being outgained 107-25 in the first quarter.

After early struggling, Baltimore’s defense eventually settled in by putting pressure on Burrow, who lost another offensive lineman when Jonah Williams left the game in the second quarter. Burrow sustained three sacks while going 14 of 19 for 122 yards during the first half.

Which team will come out on top on Sunday night? Check out our live blog below following kickoff to find out.

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