8:30, M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore.
Patriots by 19.
When the schedule came out, this looked like a great game. Baltimore's record of 13-3 last season was better than New England's 12-4. Now it looks like a minor speed bump for the Patriots (11-0) against the Ravens (4-7), who have lost five in a row and have scored 14 or fewer points in four of those five.
New England is averaging 40 points per game. Baltimore already has yielded more points than last season and has produced only 17 turnovers, compared with 49 in 2006.