Ravens coach John Harbaugh responds to Bengals’ accusations

The Cincinnati Bengals accused the Baltimore Ravens of “cheap” actions during the Week 18 encounter between the two. 

Now the Ravens have responded through head coach John Harbaugh.

According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, Harbaugh had this to say on the topic: “I studied the game really closely. It’s clear our players played a clean game, as they always do. Millions of fans watched the game as well, and they saw the same thing. So, I would just say let them be the judges.”

Speaking for millions of fans and/or asking them to be impartial judges of something probably isn’t the best track, of course.

Point is, Bengals players themselves took issue with what opponents did on Sunday at Paycor Stadium. They didn’t offer anything overly specific outside of one comment, but did so with the understanding they’ll see the Ravens again next Sunday on primetime in the opening round of the playoffs.

Rest assured the league hears the chatter and saw how chippy the season finale was, so presumably officials will look to clamp down on extracurriculars early. Either way, it’s probably going to feel like a classic AFC North slugfest.

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