- Associated Press - Thursday, November 16, 2017

BALTIMORE (4-5) at GREEN BAY (5-4)

Sunday, noon ET, CBS

OPENING LINE - Ravens by 2 1-2

RECORD VS. SPREAD - Baltimore 4-4-1, Green Bay 4-5

SERIES RECORD - Packers lead 4-1

LAST MEETING - Packers beat Ravens 19-17, Oct. 13, 2013

LAST WEEK - Ravens had bye, lost to Titans 23-20 on Nov. 5; Packers beat Bears 23-16

AP PRO32 RANKING - Ravens No. 19, Packers No. 16

RAVENS OFFENSE - OVERALL (30), RUSH (10), PASS (32).

RAVENS DEFENSE - OVERALL (6), RUSH (28), PASS (3).

PACKERS OFFENSE - OVERALL (23t), RUSH (19), PASS (22).

PACKERS DEFENSE - OVERALL (24), RUSH (17), PASS (20).

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES - First game at Lambeau Field between teams since Dec. 7, 2009, when Packers beat Ravens 27-14. … Ravens’ only win in series came Dec. 19, 2005, when 48-3 victory produced largest margin of victory in franchise history. … QB Joe Flacco has not thrown INT three straight road games against NFC teams. … League-worst passing attack averages 165.7 yards per game. … RB Alex Collins (5.6) second in average yards per carry behind New Orleans’ Alvin Kamara (6.5). … WR Jeremy Maclin has receiving TD in each of three career games against Packers. … Ravens D leads league with 13 interceptions. … LB C.J. Mosley only NFL player with at least 75 tackles, two INTs and one sack. … CB Jimmy Smith and Bears S Eddie Jackson only two NFL defenders to score touchdowns off interception and fumble recovery this season. … Packers QB Brett Hundley connected with nine receivers in picking up first career win against Bears. … WRs Davante Adams and Jordy Nelson each tied for third in league with six receiving TDs. … Green Bay third in NFL in red zone offense (69.0 percent). Packers 30th in NFL in red zone defense (69.6 percent). … LB Nick Perry had career-high three sacks last week against Bears. … Fantasy tip: Packers RB Ty Montgomery still bothered by rib injury, so rookie Jamaal Williams figures to get more carries with leading rusher Aaron Jones (knee) out. Williams’ hard running last week impressed coaching staff, with 67 yards on 20 carries. Ravens allow 125.9 yards per game, but haven’t given up more than 71 in each of last two games.

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