BALTIMORE — The Ravens' new no-huddle offense gave the Bengals no chance to win.
Joe Flacco threw for 299 yards and two touchdowns and Ed Reed took an interception 34 yards for a score and a record as Baltimore extended its home winning streak to 11 Monday, rolling past Cincinnati 44-13.
The Ravens worked this summer on running plays without a huddle, and the results Monday were almost flawless. They gained 430 yards, commit no turnovers and punted only twice.
"That tempo really helped us out because those guys can really get to the passer and really create a lot of pressure," Flacco said. "I think the fact that we were able to go up-tempo and kind of keep those guys on the field took its toll on them."
Reed broke the league record for career interception return yards with 1,497. Rod Woodson had 1,483 from 1987-2003.
The Ravens won their ninth straight in the regular season against AFC North foes (not including a loss to Pittsburgh in the 2010 AFC title game).
Ray Rice ran for 68 yards and two short touchdowns but, unusually in what has been a run-dominated offense, took a back seat to Flacco.
REPLACEMENT CALLS: The replacement officials' error that awarded an extra timeout to Seattle in the final minute of Sunday's loss at Arizona was the third such mistake in nine years. The Brown had an extra timeout in a 2009 loss to Baltimore and in 2003 the Ravens were on the other end, getting one in a 44-41 overtime win against Seattle. Also, AP reported the league devised a temporary five-week schedule for the replacements.
BILLS: David Nelson, a former Florida receiver, is out for the season with a torn ligament in his right knee. Running back Fred Jackson (right knee) will miss at least four weeks.
BRONCOS: Ty Warren tore his right triceps in his first game since 2009. He is out indefinitely.
BROWNS: The league suspended cornerback Joe Haden, a former Florida standout, for four games for violating the policy on performance enhancing substances. Haden, who played the opener, can return Oct. 8.
CARDINALS: Quarterback John Skelton has a low right ankle sprain. Coach Ken Whisenhunt was noncommittal about next week's game at New England.
FALCONS: Cornerback Brett Grimes (torn Achilles tendon) is out for the season.
JAGUARS: The team signed offensive tackle Herb Taylor and tight end Stephen Spach, and cut receiver Brian Robiskie and tight end Colin Cloherty.
JETS: All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis has a mild concussion and his status for next week at Pittsburgh was uncertain.
RAMS: Coach Jeff Fisher said the game clock frozen at 2:38 for several seconds as the 40-second play clock ran Sunday. Detroit's winning touchdown came with 10 seconds left. Fisher didn't criticize replacement officials, saying clock operation was unrelated to onfield operations. … Tackle Rodger Saffold (neck) returned to St. Louis after being discharged from a Detroit hospital; tests came back negative. But center Scott Wells is out indefinitely with a broken bone in his left foot and needs surgery.
REDSKINS: Rookie safety Jordan Bernstine (torn ligaments, right knee) is out for the season. Safety Jordan Pugh signed.
SAINTS: Linebacker Jonathan Vilma went on the physically-unable-to-perform list and is out through Week 6, even if he has not been served a new bounty suspension by then. Receiver Adrian Arrington, cut Saturday, was re-signed.