The Ravens offense snapped out of its struggles in the previous two games. The Ravens' 55 points were the most they had scored in a game in franchise history and tied for the most the Raiders had allowed in a game. The running game never got going -- Rice and Pierce combined to rush for just 58 yards on 23 carries -- but the passing attack might have been the most efficient it had been all season. Flacco completed 21 of 33 passes, and eight receivers caught at least one pass. Pitta and Smith led the way, catching a combined seven passes for 134 yards and all three of Flacco's touchdowns. It wasn't just the offense that was lighting up the scoreboard, though. The Ravens special teams made an impact, too. Holder Sam Koch ran for a 7-yard touchdown on a fake field-goal attempt in the third quarter, and Jones returned a kickoff 105 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. KEY NUMBER: 38 -- Combined points for the Ravens in the second and third quarters. RAVEN OF THE GAME: Flacco. He threw for 341 yards and three touchdowns.