The Ravens have a losing record against just nine NFL opponents, but their 3-9 mark against the New England Patriots is their worst. New England has been especially dominant in the regular season with a 7-1 record that includes four straight victories in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots have been overpowering at home on Monday night, going 7-1 since 2001. Conversely, over that same span, the Ravens are just 7-8 away from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on Monday night.
Here are three stats to keep in mind before Monday's 8:30 p.m. game at Gillette Stadium.
5: Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace has scored five touchdowns in six career games against New England. That's the most he has registered against a single opponent.
There was no mention of Spygate, Deflategate or any other "gate." Nobody challenged the other side's formations or advised them to "study the rule book and
20: The Patriots have scored on their final possession of the first half and their opening series of the second half 20 times since 2009. That's the highest mark in the league with the New Orleans Saints a distant second with 14 such scoring drives.
85: New England has won a league-record 85 consecutive home games when leading at halftime. The Patriots last dropped a contest after leading at halftime on Dec. 24, 2000, but the Ravens have outscored their opponents 143-95 in the first half this season.