2013 Week 10 5* NFL Pick: Bengals PK 4* TITANS -12

[Bengals/RAVENS] With its rushing attack powering only 68.2 yards, and only 19.4 points per game in its last five games, look for Flacco, 79.3 rating, and the Ravens offense to struggle to keep up with a Bengals offense that is powering over 380 yards per game.

[Jaguars/TITANS] Having faced some of the NFL’s best teams in their last three games, the Titans’ Locker, 91 rating, 6.5 yards per rush, is ready to battle the Jaguars, who have been outscored by an average of 23 points per game in their last five games on only 75 rushing yards per game.


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  1. LOSER – Bengals 17, RAVENS 20 – Baltimore, MD (SportsNetwork.com) – Justin Tucker’s 46-yard field goal in overtime helped the Baltimore Ravens overcome a late-game defensive gaffe and top the Cincinnati Bengals, 20-17, in an AFC North clash. Tucker’s heroics wouldn’t have been necessary if it hadn’t been for a fluke play which sent the game into the extra session. Facing a 4th-and-15 from his own 49-yard- line with two seconds left in regulation, Andy Dalton’s heave to the end zone was deflected twice — the last time by James Ihedigbo, who posted a pair of interceptions — right into the hands of A.J. Green for the tying score as time expired. But the Ravens defense stopped the Bengals on their first drive of OT, bringing down Giovani Bernard for an 11-yard loss on 4th-and-2, and Tucker’s boot from the right hashmark eight plays later sent the hosts to victory. Joe Flacco was 20-of-36 for a pair of touchdowns and as many interceptions for the Ravens (4-5), who crept within a game and a half of first-place Cincinnati.

  2. LOSER – Jaguars 29, TITANS 27 – Nashville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) – The Jacksonville Jaguars are finally in the win column. Maurice Jones-Drew and Jordan Todman ran for touchdowns and the difference for the Jaguars turned out to be a safety on a Tennessee holding penalty in the end zone midway through the fourth quarter, giving Jacksonville a 29-27 victory over the Titans. Jones-Drew carried the ball 21 times for 41 yards and the Jaguars also picked up a defensive score late in the fourth when Will Blackmon ripped the ball away from backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and took it 21 yards to the end zone. Jacksonville (1-8) snapped a 13-game losing streak dating back to last year and won for only the third time in 25 games over the past two seasons. Fitzpatrick was 22-of-33 for 264 yards with two touchdowns and ran for a score in relief of Jake Locker, who left with a foot injury before halftime. Delanie Walker had four catches for 62 yards and a touchdown for the Titans (4-5), who failed to build off last week’s win at St. Louis and lost for the fourth time in five games.

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