Numbers That Matter: Ravens vs. Raiders

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Ravens’ defensive rankings in yards allowed per game (300.0) and points per game (18.1)

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Rushing touchdowns by Alex Collins this season, tying Saquon Barkley, Melvin Gordon III and Kareem Hunt for the NFL’s fourth most

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Consecutive field goals of 50-plus yards Justin Tucker has made, dating back to 2017

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Baltimore’s all-time home record against teams from the West Coast (5-1 vs. Oakland)

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Points per game the Raiders have scored this year, the third-fewest in the NFL

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Michael Crabtree’s collective production in three games vs. the Ravens as a member of the Raiders the past three seasons

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NFL-leading number of 10-play drives the Ravens have had this year, including 14 that ended with touchdowns

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Raiders’ run defense’s ranking, the second-worst mark in the NFL with 142.3 yards allowed per game

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Sacks allowed by the Raiders this season, ranking as tied for the fifth-most in the league with the Titans (11 sacks allowed vs. Ravens) and Texans

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Yards Lamar Jackson and Gus Edwards rushed for last week, making them the first rookie quarterback and running back teammates to rush for at least 100 years each in a single game in NFL history

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