Bengals 34, Ravens 17: Andy Dalton overcame a career-high four interceptions by throwing for two touchdowns and rushing for another as host Cincinnati dominated defensively to help knock the defending Super Bowl champs out of playoff contention.Dalton was 21-for-36 for 281 yards for the Bengals (11-5), who can gain the second seed in the AFC and a first-round bye in the playoffs if New England falls at home to Buffalo later Sunday. A.J. Green and Marvin Jones both had 61 receiving yards and a touchdown as Cincinnati finished 8-0 at home.Joe Flacco was 30-of-50 for 192 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions - one of which was returned by Dre Kirkpatrick for the clinching score. Baltimore (8-8), which was officially erased from the postseason picture by virtue of Pittsburgh's win over Cleveland, was outgained 392-222 in losing its second straight contest following a four-game winning streak that had given it temporary control of its playoff situation.Dalton's third pick led to a third field goal for Justin Tucker less than six minutes into the second half and a bad punt set up Flacco's 8-yard touchdown pass to Marlon Brown that tied it at 17-17. Dalton went 5-for-6 on a 90-yard drive, capped by his own 1-yard scoring run and Flacco's first interception moments later set up Mike Nugent's 38-yard field goal that made it 27-17 with 12:19 to go.Dalton threw interceptions on his first two possessions, leading to a pair of field goals by Tucker and an early 6-0 lead for the Ravens. The Bengals erased the deficit on one big play as Dalton found Green behind the secondary for a 53-yard touchdown, and Jones made a spectacular juggling grab for a 16-yard score to make it 17-6 at the break.GAME NOTEBOOK: Dalton established team records in passing yards (4,296) and touchdowns (33) in a single season. ... Ravens S James Ihedigbo reeled in his third interception of the season, all of which have come against Dalton. ... Green (260) broke Anquan Boldin's NFL mark for the most catches in the first three seasons of a career, finishing 2013 with a career-high 98.