Bengals vs. Ravens 2013 picks and predictions: Experts favor Cincinnati on the road

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The Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens will square off in Week 10, and the experts think the former will come out at top.

The Cincinnati Bengals will take on the Baltimore Ravens for their Week 10 matchup on Sunday. It's an important AFC North matchup, despite the fact that the Bengals (6-3) seem well in control of the division while the Ravens are 3-5 and coming off two consecutive losses to divisional rivals.

Cincinnati doesn't have it wrapped up by any means, but the Ravens have consistently failed to beat good teams this season. Their best win is probably a road game against the Miami Dolphins, but that's not really saying much. They have some tough teams on the schedule going forward, and desperately need to win games against their rivals to stand any chance at even making it back into the playoffs this year.

The experts don't think they'll manage the win, for the most part. Five of SB Nation's experts think the Bengals will be able to win this one on the road. That's Ryan Van Bibber, Jason Chilton, Stephen White, David Fucillo and Matt Ufford. The lone dissenter is Joel Thorman.

Similarly, CBS Sports has their expert picks posted, and five of their eight are picking Cincinnati as well. Will Brinson, Ryan Wilson and Dave Richard all think the Ravens hold at home and break their losing skid.

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