Ravens 27, Cowboys 10
The Ravens don't lose at home. The Cowboys can't move the ball. They're tied for last in the NFL in points scored. They rank 30th in scoring average. Isn't there anything nice to say about them? Yes. They still have cool uniforms.
Cowboys 17, Ravens 16
The Ravens have been nearly invincible at home, but the Dallas offense should find its rhythm with receivers Dez Bryant and Miles Austin and tight end Jason Witten. Ray Rice will get another 100 rushing yards, but outside linebackers DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer will wreak havoc off the edges.
Ravens 17, Cowboys 14
Despite the pathetic win against Kansas City on the road last week, the Ravens always play well at home. The Cowboys defense will give the Ravens problems, but Dallas quarterback Tony Romo will give the Ravens a victory with two turnovers.
Ravens 23, Cowboys 16
The Ravens will make the necessary defensive adjustments to stop the run, Joe Flacco will get his groove back and the crowd at M&T Bank Stadium will life uncomfortable for Tony Romo and the 'Boys.
Ravens 27, Cowboys 21
I went back on forth with this pick. The Cowboys have a lot of talent that could give the Ravens problems on both sides of the ball, especially that defense with DeMarcus Ware and Brandon Carr. But the Ravens are nearly unbeatable at home, and I don't see this being the game when the streak gets snapped.
Ravens 20, Cowboys 17
Ravens boost home winning streak to 15 games as Justin Tucker hits second career game-winner. The Ravens' run defense rebounds after debacle in Kansas City. The trend of Joe Flacco performing better at home continues.
Ravens 23, Cowboys 20
The Cowboys are well-rested, have a lot of talent on both sides of the ball and a ton to prove after their turnover fest against the Chicago Bears in their last game. But until proven otherwise, it's nearly impossible to pick against the Ravens at home.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun