Bengals vs. Ravens live updates: Ravens lead 7-3 early 2nd quarter; Mark Andrews gets hurt

Week 11 of the NFL season kicks off with the Baltimore Ravens (7-3) playing host to the Cincinnati Bengals (5-4) at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday Night Football in a battle between two AFC North rivals.

Both Baltimore and Cincinnati, which checked in at fourth and fifth, respectively, in Colin Cowherd‘s latest “Herd Hierarchy” rankings, are aiming to bounce back after suffering narrow losses in Week 10.

Joe Burrow, who’s seemingly recovered from a calf injury that limited him earlier this season, was seen wearing a brace on his right throwing hand while getting off the team bus Wednesday despite being absent from the team’s injury report. Wide receiver Tee Higgins (hamstring) will miss a second consecutive game.

On the other hand, history could be made Thursday, as Ravens All-Pro tight end Mark Andrews is one receiving touchdown away from tying former veteran TE Todd Heap for the most receiving touchdowns in franchise history (41).


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Here are the top moments!

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Ravens strike first

Six plays after Lamar Jackson hit wide receiver Zay Flowers, who took off for a 33-yard gain, Gus Edwards ran in a 3-yard touchdown for the Ravens.

Mark Andrews OUT

Baltimore’s star tight end suffered an ankle injury on the opening possession of the game and was later ruled out.

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