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OAKLAND (2 - 8) at BALTIMORE (5 - 5)
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Week 12 Sunday, 11/25/2018 1:00 PM
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OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-8-5.63-74-617.08.6347.2(5.9)1.329.312.2387.4(6.7)0.9
Road Games1-5-3.62-42-413.07.0308.0(5.5)
Last 3 Games1-2-0.51-21-210.76.7294.7(5.2)0.325.013.7340.7(6.5)1.0
Grass Games1-8-7.22-73-616.38.0349.7(5.9)1.430.212.0399.1(6.8)0.8
OAKLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.08.619.031:3524-103(4.3)25-3570.3%245(6.9)59-347(5.9)(20.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.112.12131:4926-121(4.6)23-3564.9%248(7.1)61-368(6)(15.3)
Offense Road Games13.07.018.032:0824-96(3.9)23-3273.2%212(6.7)56-308(5.5)(23.7)
Defense (All Games)29.312.219.029:1430-142(4.8)18-2863.8%245(8.7)58-387(6.7)(13.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.412.620.230:4526-123(4.7)21-3364.1%239(7.2)60-362(6.1)(14.8)
Defense Road Games26.012.017.027:5229-123(4.3)17-2566.9%248(9.8)54-371(6.9)(14.3)
OAKLAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.61.52.113-539.9%1-155.3%2-47(22.8)19-2(9.2)7-57
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-544.3%0-0100.0%2-43(21.6)2-13(6.7)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.41.4 12-538.0%1-055.7%2-45(22.5)17-2(8.8)7-57
Stats Against (Road Games) 12-646.6%0-0100.0%1-35(23.4)2-13(6.7)7-57

BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-5-1.54-64-623.712.7370.5(5.3)
Home Games3-2+0.22-32-327.415.0346.6(5.3)0.417.08.4287.0(4.6)0.8
Last 3 Games1-2-1.60-32-120.38.7332.0(5.3)1.326.715.0345.3(5.4)0.0
Grass Games5-4-0.54-53-623.812.6364.4(5.3)
BALTIMORE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)23.712.723.231:2428-110(3.9)25-4161.5%261(6.4)69-370(5.3)(15.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2513.421.731:5126-114(4.4)24-3765.1%256(7)63-370(5.9)(14.8)
Offense Home Games27.415.022.430:4331-119(3.9)22-3564.0%227(6.5)66-347(5.3)(12.6)
Defense (All Games)18.111.418.329:3524-95(3.9)21-3658.8%205(5.7)60-300(5)(16.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2512.920.830:5225-112(4.4)23-3564.3%243(6.9)61-355(5.8)(14.2)
Defense Home Games17.08.419.229:1726-100(3.9)21-3656.6%187(5.1)62-287(4.6)(16.9)
BALTIMORE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-536.0%1-150.0%2-46(22.9)2-20(9.3)8-70
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.41.4 13-539.8%1-158.0%2-43(22.4)15-2(8.6)7-58
Stats Against (Home Games) 15-641.1%2-155.6%2-58(26.2)2-25(10.4)9-87
Average power rating of opponents played: OAKLAND 19.7,  BALTIMORE 21.2
OAKLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/7/2018@ LA CHARGERS10-26L6L51.5U13-4124-33-248231-7922-27-3330
11/1/2018@ SAN FRANCISCO3-34L-1L44U23-10217-24-140032-14316-22-2620
11/11/2018LA CHARGERS6-20L10L50.5U22-11424-37-203126-11318-26-2221
11/18/2018@ ARIZONA23-21W4.5W41O33-15219-31-173031-1549-20-1282
11/25/2018@ BALTIMORE            
12/2/2018KANSAS CITY            
12/16/2018@ CINCINNATI            

BALTIMORE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2018@ PITTSBURGH26-14W3W51.5U30-9628-42-355111-1927-47-2652
10/7/2018@ CLEVELAND9-12L-3.5L44.5U25-11629-57-294228-11225-43-3041
10/14/2018@ TENNESSEE21-0W-2.5W43U35-12325-37-238114-5510-15-510
10/21/2018NEW ORLEANS23-24L-3L49U23-7724-40-274039-13422-30-2051
10/28/2018@ CAROLINA21-36L-2.5L44O18-10126-44-224333-15422-30-2320
12/2/2018@ ATLANTA            
12/9/2018@ KANSAS CITY            
12/16/2018TAMPA BAY            
12/23/2018@ LA CHARGERS            
OAKLAND: QB Derek Carr needs more from his supporting cast. New head coach Jon Gruden wants to resuscitate Amari Cooper after his nightmare 2017 season. Cooper will have work from the slot or constantly go in motion because he struggles mightily against press coverage. WR Jordy Nelson looked done last year, WR Martavis Bryant is maddeningly inconsistent and RB Marshawn Lynch will only be effective if his touches are limited. Defensive Player of the Year candidate DE Khalil Mack is not only a lethal pass-rusher, but also an exceptional run-defender. He and OLB Bruce Irvin combined for 18.5 sacks last season, but Oakland got very little production from the rest of the front seven. The young secondary was problematic last season, though 2017 first-rounder CB Gareon Conley should be an asset as he returns from a shin injury that limited him to two games last season.
BALTIMORE: After another disappointing season from QB Joe Flacco, Baltimore overhauled their receiving corps by adding free agent WRs Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead, along with rookie TEs Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews. The additions are more quantity than quality. RB Alex Collins emerged as a bona fide No. 1, and RB Kenneth Dixon could be a factor after missing all of 2017 because of a knee injury. While the Ravens defense put up impressive numbers last season, they faced a comically weak set of opposing QBs (DeShone Kizer twice, E.J. Manuel, Matt Moore, Brett Hundley and Tom Savage among them). New to 2018's schedule are Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan and Philip Rivers. While the secondary is strong and LB Terrell Suggs remains pass-rushing force, the Ravens are unlikely to force a league-high 34 turnover again.
Ravens' Jackson to make second start vs. Raiders

Rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson is expected to make his second career start when the Baltimore Ravens host the Oakland Raiders on Sunday afternoon.

Coming off a superb performance in a victory against the Cincinnati Bengals a week ago, Jackson used his legs to help the Ravens snap a three-game slide and keep Baltimore (5-5) atop a crowded pack for the sixth and final AFC playoff slot.

With starter Joe Flacco sidelined with a hip injury, Jackson rushed for 119 yards on 27 carries -- the most attempts by any quarterback since 1960 -- in the 24-21 victory over the Bengals. The former Heisman Trophy winner from Louisville does not expect to run that often against Oakland (2-8).

"I know I can throw," said Jackson, who finished 13 of 19 passing for 150 yards with an interception against Cincinnati. "But we won the game. I ran 27 times. I didn't try to. We did whatever it took to win. Hopefully, I'm going to start throwing the ball more. The game plan is coming up. We're going to be throwing the ball. They're going to see."

Despite Jackson's wish to throw more, Baltimore will probably stick to the ground game against the Raiders, who are allowing 142.3 rushing yards per game.

The Ravens amassed 265 yards rushing against the Bengals behind Jackson and fellow rookie Gus Edwards. An undrafted free agent out of Rutgers, Edwards rushed for 115 yards on 17 carries after logging 15 rushing attempts entering the contest.

"That's just a credit to the players," Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh said. "I just feel like however you move the ball is good. There are different ways to do it, and you do it based on your personnel and what's available to you as a coach. You try to figure that out - who you're playing against and what your guys can do well.

"You want it to be a mix, you know, both. Sometimes you do well at it, and sometimes you don't. But in the end, it's a player's game. The players deserve the credit for running the ball so well."

Oakland finally ended a five-game losing streak with a 23-21 road victory over the Arizona Cardinals, getting a last-second field goal from Daniel Carlson. While there was obvious relief in halting the skid, some of the players were irked to hear talk of how the win could jeopardize the team's chances for getting the No. 1 pick in next year's draft.

"That's just stupid," said Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. "We don't work hard all week and put our bodies on the line to lose games. That's ridiculous."

Added rookie defensive tackle Mo Hurst: "The idea of tanking is annoying to hear from people. ... It's disrespectful, yeah."

Carr threw for 192 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Arizona, but Oakland also relied heavily on its ground game. Jalen Richard, Doug Martin and DeAndre Washington combined to churn out 152 yards on 33 carries for the Raiders, who had been limited to 10 points or fewer in the previous five games.

With No. 1 running back Doug Martin hobbled by a bad ankle and wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Martavis Bryant also dealing with injuries, Oakland will face a daunting task against a Baltimore defense that is tied for first in total points allowed (181) and ranks first in total yards allowed (300), second in passing yards allowed (205.4) and third in rushing yards allowed (94.6).

The lack of healthy receiving targets serves as another reminder that the Raiders released Michael Crabtree after signing Nelson in free agency. Crabtree, who has 42 passes for 479 yards and two scores for Baltimore, had 58 catches for Oakland last season after hauling in a career-high 89 passes for 1,003 yards in 2016.

"I loved Crab, we had great games, great times together," Carr said. "I didn't want to see him go and told him so. We had great chemistry, especially on those red-zone plays."

Harbaugh wants to make sure his team doesn't look past Oakland. Even though the Ravens hold down the No. 6 seed in the AFC, five teams entered Week 12 with identical 5-5 records.

"There are six more games to play. It will be determined in the next six weeks," said Harbaugh. "And anybody who thinks that we have it clinched, no. No way. It's going to be the teams that play the best, the teams that play the best football the next six weeks starting this week, and that's going to be our focus."

Last Updated: 5/25/2019 8:27:11 AM EST

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