Published: Mon, September 17, 2018
Sports | By Juana Wells

Andy Dalton throws 4 touchdowns as Bengals beat Ravens 34-23

Andy Dalton throws 4 touchdowns as Bengals beat Ravens 34-23

Correct two games into the 2018 season, the Bengals be pleased already compelled 5 turnovers.

Last week, we saw Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens go off in a 47-3 win against a mediocre Buffalo Bills team that barely could get a drive going.

Sometimes, losses are necessary to leave a sour taste in the mouth of everyone so that they have more dedication for the next game ahead.

Mosley's injury, as well as the way the Ravens were dominated up front, should be more concerning than a 1-1 record after two games.

It was the same days earlier against the Colts, when it appeared they were about to give up a go-ahead score late in the game. They play the Denver Broncos next Sunday.

"They preach about Baltimore being so physical".

Dalton found A.J. Green for three touchdowns in the predominant 17 minutes of the game and then threw one more touchdown to Tyler Boyd sooner than halftime. His last was a pinpoint 21-yard throw to Brown, who climbed over cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick in the near corner of the end zone for a touchdown that seemed to deaden the announced 50,018 in Paul Brown Stadium.

While Green's first touchdown was more about a brilliant fake by quarterback Andy Dalton, this was all about Green. He's fit in smoothly with the new trio of targets. "We just played sound offense in the first half and made the plays in the second half that we needed". "Crabtree has a special way of running routes and getting in position and making big catches. It's hard to take me away in the slot when I have so much freedom to run all over the place", Green said.

He added three touchdowns in the first half. The Ravens finished with six sacks and two interceptions.

Due to injuries a couple years ago, or last season's offensive debacle with a bad offensive line and an early-season coordinator change, Green's numbers dipped.

Flacco finished 32 of 55 for 376 yards with two touchdowns, two interceptions, a fumble and four sacks. Joe Mixon was stellar, rushing for 95 yards and a TD and receiving for 54 yards, as he is the clear-cut top back for the Bengals. They haven't won a playoff game since the 1990 season, the sixth-longest drought in National Football League history.

The Ravens are 7-2 on Thursday night with five straight wins.

With another Thursday night game on the agenda, who should you start and who should you sit for the big game?

Mixon was in visible pain on the sidelines as he made multiple returns in and out of the game.

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