The Ravens (6-5) will be looking for their first three-game winning streak of the season when they visit the Atlanta Falcons (4-7) Dec. 2. The Ravens have faced the Falcons just twice in the John Harbaugh era, winning 29-7 in Baltimore in 2014 and losing 26-21 in Atlanta in 2010.
The Ravens are coming off a
34-17 win against the Oakland Raiders
that featured touchdowns by the offense, defense and special teams, and that was the second straight victory as a starter for rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson.
As the Ravens try to retain their hold on the No. 6 playoff position in the AFC, here are some key numbers to consider:
0: Catches, and targets, for wide receiver Willie Snead against the Raiders Nov. 25. Snead, who had at least three catches and 23 receiving yards in every other game this season, remains the Ravens leader in receptions this year with 50.
3: Career touchdowns for linebacker Terrell Suggs, who rumbled 43 yards with a fumble return for a score against the Raiders. Suggs had a pair of interception return touchdowns in 2008.
6: Sacks this season for linebacker Matthew Judon, who took over the team lead with a three-sack performance against Oakland. Remarkably, all three sacks came on consecutive defensive snaps, the first of which was a strip-sack returned for a touchdown by Suggs. Head coach John Harbaugh earlier this week said Judon is "playing his best football the last three weeks."
Consecutive field goals of 50-plus yards made by Justin Tucker, dating back to last season. Tucker was named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November, the sixth such honor of his career. Since missing a potential game-tying extra-point kick in a
28-27 loss to the New Orleans Saints
, Tucker has gone 8-for-8 on field goals, including a 56-yarder, and 9-for-9 on extra-point kicks.
27: Quarters, plus one overtime, since the Ravens last recorded an interception. The Ravens remain stuck at five interceptions this year, with none since a diving grab by cornerback Tavon Young in the first quarter against Cleveland in Week 5.
39: Distance, in yards, of quarterback Lamar Jackson's longest run against the Raiders, which is the longest run from scrimmage for the Ravens this year. Jackson, who ran 11 times for 71 yards against the Raiders, has the team's three longest runs this season (39, 21, 20).
61: Tackles this season for safety Tony Jefferson, the second-highest total on the team. Jefferson, though, sustained an ankle injury against the Raiders and is not expected to play against the Falcons. He has not missed a game in his two years with the Ravens. If Jefferson can't play, second-year safety Chuck Clark would be in line for his first career start.
70: Distance, in yards, of Cyrus' Jones punt return touchdown against the Raiders. That was the first NFL touchdown for Jones, a Baltimore native who called the runback at M&T Bank Stadium "a lifelong dream, in front of my hometown. I mean, it's an unbelievable feeling."
337: Receiving yards this year for Mark Andrews, which is a record for a Ravens rookie tight end. The previous record had been 268, set by Maxx Williams in 2015. Andrews, who has 23 catches, set the record with a 74-yard reception against the Raiders, the longest pass play of the season for the Ravens.
509: Rushing yards for the Ravens the past two games, the highest total ever for the Ravens during a two-game period. Led by a pair of rookies, running back Gus Edwards and quarterback Lamar Jackson, the Ravens rushed 53 times for 267 yards against Cincinnati in Week 11, then had 43 carries for 242 yards against the Raiders Nov. 25.