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Bengals news (11/18): Backs against the wall

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Both the Bengals and Ravens are fighting for their playoff lives this week. Success from new faces will be the key to whichever club emerges victorious.

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Media Roundtable: Bengals, Ravens Meet After Wild Week

At first glance, Sunday’s matchup in Baltimore (1 p.m.-Cincinnati’s Channel 12) looks like a new Netflix series with overflowing sub-plots teeming with over-the-top twists.

Cincinnati Bengals 2018: Can Marvin Lewis, coaches control the chaos?

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Hue Jackson talks about his return to Cincinnati Bengals

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Lamar Jackson expected to make first start – ProFootballTalk

The Ravens are expected to start Lamar Jackson at quarterback Sunday against the Bengals, according to multiple reports. It would be the first-round draft pick’s first career start. Starter Joe Flacco, who was listed as doubtful with his hip injury, is not expected to play.

Behind Enemy Lines: Zrebiec, Morrison offer insight into Bengals-Ravens rematch – The Athletic

From Marvin Lewis’ takeover of the Cincinnati defense to questions about Joe Flacco’s availability for the Ravens, a lot of questions are swirling around this AFC North matchup.

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Eric Reid fined for hit to Ben Roethlisberger’s head – ProFootballTalk

The NFL has docked the pay of Panthers safety Eric Reid for his hit on Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger last week. Reid was fined $10,026 for the hit, which also got him ejected. If anything, Reid may have gotten off easy from the league’s lords of discipline.

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