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All eyes will be on Crab­tree, who went from be­ing, in the words of Raiders gen­eral man­ager Reg­gie McKen­zie, “in our plans” for 2018 to re­leased. The 31-year-old is com­ing off maybe his worst game of the sea­son (one catch for 7 yards), and he hasn't topped 32 re­ceiv­ing yards since Week 7. Con­ley, a first-round pick in 2017, has solid cov­er­age abil­ity but is in­con­sis­tent tack­ling, while Wor­ley has been both­ered by a shoul­der in­jury. Raiders TE Jared Cook vs. Ravens sec­ondary Cook rates as Pro Foot­ball Fo­cus’ No. 4 tight end, as he leads Oak­land in tar­gets (65), yards (577), touch­downs (four) and 20-plus-yard re­cep­tions (11). With one start­ing re­ceiver, Mar­tavis Bryant, un­likely to play be­cause of a PCL in­jury and the other, Jordy Nel­son, re­turn­ing to prac­tice only re­cently after a knee in­jury, Oak­land faces a tough test. But the Ravens have been vul­ner­a­ble in the mid­dle of the field.

Raiders CBs Gareon Con­ley and Daryl Wor­ley vs. Ravens WR Michael Crab­tree

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