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On a weekend where no lead was secured, the Baltimore Ravens rallied from a 9-0 deficit to take a 10-9 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 dominating the first 15 minutes. Baltimore responded with Ja’Marr Chase’s 7-yard touchdown catch early in the second quarter, a 17-play drive that was capped by JK Dobbins’ 2-yard touchdown run. Dobbins and teammate Gus Edwards combined for 61 yards on 14 carries in the first half.

Baltimore’s tough defense gave the ball back to the offense when rookie Kyle Hamilton forced a fumble by Hayden Hurst. The pick set up Justin Tucker’s field goal just before halftime. Baltimore outscored Cincinnati 112-20 in the second quarter after being outscored 107-25 in the first quarter.

After struggling early, Baltimore’s defense eventually settled down to pressure Burrow, who lost another offensive lineman when Jonah Williams left the game in the second quarter. Barrow had three sacks, going 14-of-19 for 122 yards in the first half.

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