1:00 p.m. ET
57 degrees, clear
Key Coaching Decision: (OAK ball, trailing 27-17/ Fourth and 8, OAK 28/ 6:11 Q4)
• The Raiders elected to attempt the conversion rather than punt the ball. Derek Carr fumbled the ball and had it returned for a touchdown on the play, effectively putting the game out of reach. The outcome was bad, but so was the decision, as failing to convert would have put the Ravens in scoring position from the outset of the drive. There was too much time left in the game to warrant such a risky play call.
• Raiders scored on their opening drives in first and second half.
• Baltimore used two timeouts in the first quarter and were charged with a delay of game, resulting in a downgrade to their game clock management.
• Baltimore showed some very impressive in-game adjustments in the second half. They scored on their opening possession of the second half on a drive that featured only one pass play, and started calling unique formations and designed quarterback runs that took advantage of the mobility of their quarterback Lamar Jackson.