Snow won't be a factor this week, which should give the Ravens a chance to see their offense take another step forward with Dennis Pitta back in the lineup.
Lions 28, Ravens 24
The Ravens have performed poorly on the road this season, and they can't physically handle Detroit's offensive line. Plus, Detroit got embarrassed last week, so the Lions will rebound strongly at home on Monday Night Football.
Lions 27, Ravens 24
Though the Ravens are on a roll, the Lions are going to be in their comfort zone after last week's Philly freezeout, and they've got just as much — or more — at stake.
Lions 33, Ravens 31
Outscoring Matthew Stafford and the Lions on Monday Night Football on the road will be too tough a task, especially if the defense wilts in the fourth quarter again.
Ravens 24, Lions 21
Winning just one of their previous six road games, the Ravens seem due for a rare victory away from Baltimore against a banged-up Lions team that's prone to turnovers lately. Despite matchup problems with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and wide receiver Calvin Johnson, the Ravens will extend their winning streak to four games.
Lions 31, Ravens 20
John Harbaugh is right. The Ravens will have to play their best game this season to beat the Lions. Considering that they haven't played well on the road all year and they struggle against good defensive fronts, I don't like their chances of doing that Monday night.
Stan "The Fan" Charles
Lions 27, Ravens 19
You have to love what the Ravens have been able to accomplish in their hangover year. But I think they'll hit a big-time speed bump in the Motor City, with speed being the operative word. The defense is not fast or ferocious enough to take care of the Lions' vaunted duo of Megatron & Bush.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun