2. In two games against Baltimore this season, the Bengals gained 756 net yards but turned the ball over seven times, including six interceptions thrown by quarterback Andy Dalton. There might not be a better example of how the Bengals have been their own worst enemy most of this season.
The Bengals split their games with Baltimore, losing 20-17 in overtime at Baltimore in November, despite holding Baltimore to 411 yards in the two games. Teams usually don't win games turning the ball over four times but that's what the Bengals did on Sunday, forcing three turnovers in the fourth quarter themselves. Eliminate these mistakes and this will be a tough team to beat in the postseason.