Game facts: Raiders at Ravens

Key matchup: Oakland's No. 2-ranked total offense will face off against Baltimore's No. 2-ranked scoring defense.

First true test: The Ravens had a very favorable schedule in the first three weeks, as they faced the Bills (1-2), Browns (0-3) and Jaguars (0-3). The Raiders (2-1) will be their first opponent with a winning record.

Lacking a ground game: Baltimore has less than 100 rush yards in each game this season and 12 of the last 14 overall. Terrance West's 45 rush yards against the Jaguars in Week 3 were the most by a Ravens RB this season.

Go-to guy: Mike Wallace has scored three of the Ravens' four offensive touchdowns so far this season. Wallace also has a receiving TD in three of his last four meeting against the Raiders.

Defensive takeaways: The Ravens have five interceptions already this season. They had six in the entire 2015 season (fewest in NFL).

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