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