Baltimore’s offense won’t be able to keep up with Dallas.

Baltimore’s offense won’t be able to keep up with Dallas. The Ravens have struggled to get the ball in the end zone all season, and it’s been magnified on the road. Baltimore has scored five touchdowns in four games away from home. Only the Houston Texans have produced fewer. The Cowboys are vulnerable against the pass because of injuries in the secondary and the lack of a pass rush. Quarterbacks have a 100.5 rating against Dallas this season. But relying heavily on Flacco hasn’t been a successful formula for Baltimore.

Since the start of the 2013 season, Baltimore is Alexander Mogilny Authentic Jersey 4-15 (.210) when Flacco throws more than 40 times.

The Ravens can make a statement by beating the team with the best record in the NFL, but they’ll need a big game by Flacco to do so. He’s been too inconsistent, especially on the road. Flacco hasn’t thrown a touchdown pass in his last 13 quarters away from home. That’s not going to cut it against a Cowboys team that is averaging 26.7 points per game at home.

The Ravens’ defense is championship-caliber, but their offense is far from it. Cowboys 24, Ravens 17

The Packers are on a historic pace in a couple regards: they could have three players with 80-plus catches for the first time in team history, and Rodgers could set the record for pass attempts in a season. Yet they’re in danger of missing the playoffs for the first time since 2008.

With that in mind, here’s a look at the Packers’ top skill-position players and what kind Bo Horvat Authentic Jersey of pace they’re on this season:

Rodgers: Rodgers is on pace for 414 completions and 656 pass attempts. Both would be career highs and franchise records, yet he’s on track for only 4,284 yards (which would rank fifth in his career) and 39 touchdowns (which would tie for second). What’s more, his yards-per-attempt average of 6.5 would be the lowest of his career.

Nelson: By most accounts, Nelson isn’t back to his pre-ACL tear form, yet he’s still on pace for 88 catches (second most of his career), 1,128 yards (fourth most) and 14 touchdowns (second most).

Rodgers threw his way 18 times in last Sunday at Tennessee; that’s the most targets in a game in Nelson’s career. It’s no wonder he set a career-high with 12 catches yet averaged just 10.5 yards per catch. He’s had 76 career regular-season games with a higher yards-per-catch average.

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