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What: Falcons vs Cardinals Live Online
When: Sunday, October 13 at 9:30 a.m. ET
Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (London, England)
TV: NFL Network; Rich Eisen, Kurt Warner, Steve Mariucci, Michael Irvin
Local TV: WJZY Fox 46 (Charlotte only)
Streaming: FuboTV, Yahoo! Sports, Panthers mobile app
The NFL London series got underway with the Oakland Raiders’ shock win over the Chicago Bears last weekend, and now it’s the Bucs’ turn to show what they’re made of.
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Falcons vs Cardinals: Game time, TV channel, online stream, weather & more, The Bengals get their first shot at this year’s Ravens team. The circumstances aren’t great as Baltimore is looking to extend its lead on the division, and Cincinnati is looking to earn Zac Taylor his first win as the Bengals’ head coach.
After a 2-0 start to the season, the Ravens looked as good as anybody. Albeit, Baltimore played the Dolphins and Cardinals, but both the offense and defense were having success.
The following two weeks welcomed matchups with stronger AFC foes in the Kansas City Chiefs and Cleveland Browns, and things did not go as well. Most recently, the Ravens fell to Cleveland 40-25 and now sit at 2-2.
While Lamar Jackson has cooled off offensively after two scorching stat-lines to begin the season, the main problem lies in the defense. Typically the strong side for Baltimore teams of the past, the unit has been shredded in back to back games. Allowing 73 points on over 1,000 yards in the last two contests, Baltimore has had trouble slowing anything down.
Now, they’ll turn to another divisional matchup, this one with the rival Pittsburgh Steelers.
Based on prior Steeler teams, one would think the Ravens are in store for another big challenge on defense. But, things are a little different this year. With Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown gone, and Ben Roethlisberger on the sideline with an injury, Pittsburgh has a different look on offense. Though quarterback Mason Rudolph and James Conner had success in a Week 4 win against the Bengals, and JuJu Smith-Schuster is still around, the 1-3 Steelers lack all the explosive options they’ve had in the past.
Yet, despite where Pittsburgh stands through four weeks, a divisional rival always brings out the best. Here’s everything you need to know about the Week 5 matchup
Of course, the Bengals have held their own in this rivalry over recent seasons, despite Cincinnati having some down years. Two years ago, they upset the Ravens in Week 17 to keep them from getting to the playoffs, and last year, A.J. Green put on a show during Thursday Night Football with three touchdowns.
Unfortunately, Green will be sidelined with an ankle injury he suffered the first day of training camp, and the Bengals have struggled to look like a competitive NFL team for an entire game since Week 1.
The Ravens aren’t soaring as high as they were after their fantastic 2-0 start (against the Dolphins and Cardinals). Losses to the Chiefs and then Browns have brought them back to earth a little bit.
Quarterback Lamar Jackson and this creative offense that takes advantage of his ability to run the ball have been the story for Baltimore so far this season. Jackson has at least proved that he is closer to the player than many projected as an early first-round pick and less of a tweener player that should consider a positional change.
The Bengals will have a tall task trying to slow this offense down. The defense has done all it can do to keep Cincinnati within striking distance of most games, but by the end, they’ve been too tired to shutdown opposing offenses when necessary.
One thing the defense has really struggled with has been containing mobile quarterbacks and stopping outside runs. This is going to be something they see plenty of on Sunday against the Ravens.
What are you expecting to see when the Bengals head to Baltimore to challenge the Ravens?