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There's a massive AFC North showdown on the way on Thursday night

Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens / Todd Olszewski/GettyImages

Week 11 is here and goodness, there's a great showdown for fans to enjoy on the way. While the NY Giants won't be in action until Sunday afternoon, Thursday Night Football is going to be entertaining, with two elite signal-callers ready to do their things.

That's right, Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens are all set to host Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals. Both of these teams are coming off losses in Week 10. So, who will come out on top of this AFC North clash in primetime?

The Bengals and Ravens are ready for Thursday Night Football

This past Sunday, Jackson and the Ravens were stunned by the Cleveland Browns. The great feeling from that win has proven to be short-lived for the Browns, as it was just announced that star quarterback Deshaun Watson will miss the end of the year with a shoulder injury.

Meanwhile for Burrow, he faced off against the Houston Texans, but rookie sensation CJ Stroud was able to power a late, game-winning drive for a win. Now, both Baltimore and Cincinnati are going to be hungry to get back on the right track.

The Ravens are currently in first place of the division standings with a 7-3 record, but the Bengals aren't too far behind them at 5-4. If the Bengals and Burrow can come out on top, it will be massive for their hopes of claiming the AFC North title.

However, Baltimore is going to be rockin' for this one, as the hometown fans are going to want to rattle Burrow and Co. Will the Ravens improve to 8-3, or is an upset on the way? We're about to find out.