The Ravens look to maintain their winning ways while the Cowboys look to get back on track in Week 6
The Baltimore Ravens (4-1) look to win their fourth in a row when they face the Dallas Cowboys at M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday. Quarterback Joe Flacco will look to rebound from his worst showing this season in the Ravens' 9-6 win over the Chiefs last week.
Flacco failed to throw a touchdown for the first time this season while also missing the 50% completion mark for the first time this season. He finished 13-of-27 for 187 yards. Flacco looks to turn things around against one of the league's better secondary groups this week.
Following their bye week, the Cowboys (2-2) will try to put an embarrassing 34-18 prime time loss to the Chicago Bears behind them. Tony Romo has had two weeks to mull over his season-worst five interception performance on Monday Night Football, but the sledding doesn't get any easier in Week 6.
Romo will have a much easier time of it if three-time Pro Bowler Haloti Ngata, who is questionable with a shoulder injury, is unable to play.
Led by rookie Morris Claiborne and free agent acquisition Brandon Carr, the Cowboys have allowed a league-low 169.5 yards per game through the air. The Ravens revamped passing game showcases the NFL's eight-best aerial attack, which complements a strong running game led by Ray Rice.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, October 14; 1pm ET
Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
TV Schedule: Fox
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