Ravens visit Bengals with playoff seeding at stake

The Baltimore Ravens no longer have a chance to win the AFC North because of the NFL’s decision to cancel Monday night’s game between Buffalo and Cincinnati. The game was suspended when Bills safety Damar Hamlin’s heart stopped on the field. Hamlin is recovering at a Cincinnati hospital. If the Bengals had lost to the Bills and then to the Ravens, Baltimore would have won the division with a victory over Cincinnati on Sunday. But the Ravens remain 1 1/2 games behind the Bengals. Sunday’s game still has meaning for both teams as they try to improve their playoff seeding.

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