The Ravens' shutout streak ended late in the second quarter.
Their early-season defensive dominance did not.
With little help from their offense and little resistance from the Oakland Raiders, the Ravens left the Silver and Black looking black and blue in a 28-6 rout yesterday before 70,744 at M&T Bank Stadium, the largest crowd in this city's pro football history.
The Ravens rattled the Raiders into six turnovers, which ties a team record. They roughed up Oakland backup quarterback Andrew Walter for six sacks. And they refused to allow a touchdown for a second straight game, never permitting the winless Raiders to move past the Ravens' 16-yard line.