Quick Take: Ravens (9-5) at Cowboys (9-5)

Last meeting
In Week 11 of the 2004 season, Kyle Boller threw two touchdown passes as the Ravens went wild in the second half of a 30-10 home victory over the Cowboys.

These teams have faced off just twice, with Baltimore winning both times. See a breakdown of the two meetings.

Last week
The Ravens lost 13-9 to the Steelers on a controversial last-minute touchdown catch by Santonio Holmes. ... The Cowboys kept themselves in playoff position by taking down the NFC East champion Giants, 20-8.

Keep your eye on ...
Three yards and a cloud of dust: First-year Baltimore offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has installed a run-heavy offense that relies on pounding the opponent into submission. The Ravens' yard-per-carry average is among the league's worst at 3.8, but that hasn't deterred them from leading the NFL in rushing attempts with 522.

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Who handles the pressure better: There couldn't be much more on the line for both teams in Saturday night's game. Each is trying to maintain its tenuous hold on a wild-card spot, with several teams on their heels. See the complete playoff picture by clicking here.

Strahan's record:Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware leads the league with 19 sacks and could break Michael Strahan's NFL single-season record with four more in his last two games. Ravens rookie QB Joe Flacco has looked shaky the past two weeks, so if Ware is able to pressure him, several mistakes might ensue.

Did you know?
Baltimore is tied for the league lead with 22 interceptions. ... Ravens WR Derrick Mason needs 82 receiving yards to reach 10,000 in his career. ... In 24 home games as a Cowboy, Terrell Owens has 25 touchdown catches. ... Dallas QB Tony Romo is 27-10 as a starter.

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