The Houston Texans are undefeated going into Week 3, but they've had to fight hard to earn those two wins, coming from behind in both games.
Whether or not they can do that on the road against the defending Super Bowl Champions remains to be seen. The Ravens might be missing running back Ray Rice, who left last week's game with a hip flexor injury and still isn't guaranteed to play against Houston. After getting walloped by the Denver Broncos in Week 1, the Ravens looked like their old selves, tightening up on defense against the Browns in a rebound win.
The Texans will prove their mettle in the upcoming weeks. After going on the road to Baltimore, the Texans host the Seahawks and then close out the three-week slog against the 49ers. Quarterback Matt Schaub has done well through two games, throwing for a combined 644 yards and six touchdowns. It is unknown whether wide receiver Andre Johnson will suit up after suffering a concussion against the Titans.
Sunday, Sept. 22, 1 p.m. ET
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
The game is broadcast nationally on CBS.
Baltimore: WJZ CBS 13
Houston: KHOU CBS 11
Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).
NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the USA.
Baltimore: WIYY 97.9 FM / WBAL 1090 AM
Houston: KILT 100.3 FM / KILT 610 AM