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3 key stats as Ravens face Jets

Since dropping a 19-16 decision in overtime to the New York Jets on Nov. 2, 1997, the Ravens have dominated the series, winning eight consecutive games. That's tied for the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL by a team against a single opponent. And the Ravens have won three of four meetings against the Jets in New Jersey.

Here are three stats to keep in mind before Sunday's 1 p.m. game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

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4: The Ravens have never lost four straight contests during coach John Harbaugh's tenure. The franchise last sustained a four-game losing skid in 2007, which was Brian Billick's final year as coach.

15: New York has turned the ball over 15 times, which ranks second in the NFL only to the Carolina Panthers' 16 giveaways. That could bode well for the Ravens, who are tied for fifth in takeaways with 11.

36.4: The Jets' inability to score points has been exacerbated by a 36.4 red zone percentage that is the worst in the league. In their last four games, they have found the end zone just twice in 10 red zone trips.

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