The Ravens travel to Oakland having lost two in a row after a 2-0 start. They've been outscored 70-16 in those two losses. But they face a Raiders team that has also dropped two straight and will be missing starting quarterback Derek Carr, who's out with a back injury.
The Ravens hold a 6-3 lead in the overall series between the teams, but the Raiders have won the past two meetings, including a 28-27 win at M&T Bank Stadium last season.
Here are some other key numbers heading into Sunday's game: