History favors Palmer over Ravens
Carson Palmer owns a 9-4 career record against the Ravens, a stat the Raiders are hoping shows up Sunday.
Have to play great you can't play OK when there to win. Carson Palmer will be facing a familiar folks on Sunday and the numbers favor the veteran quarterback who is nine and four in his career against the Ravens. You know he knows his team and played a lot against. The Ravens -- a lot of times so. I think he fully understands what type of game it's going to be always an uphill battle. -- other numbers are statistically where they normally are and they had some injuries. There's still six and two they're still very very good at home. Of their crowd is phenomenal. They make it hostile environment you've got to play great before reporters and put together complete game. The Raiders have struggled putting together four quarters -- consistent football. The one area they've excelled in is the final two minutes of the first half as Oakland has scored in eight straight -- heading into the locker room. Were -- and try to figure that out and now. But we have we have been good the last two minutes of the first half and then they'll move vault score points and we find a way to transfer that and other parts of the game. -- in two minute mode we've got to get your you know feel like -- you know we've we've always felt because we played poorly in the first half. You guys for the stress it's just kind of go big or go home we've got to score and we've done a good job scoring. We got to continue to get better you know before before that two minute mark. And on the other side of the ball the Raiders anticipate the return of -- curry coach Allen said he looks forward to the veteran presence he brings -- unplugging inning both at linebacker and on special -- Meanwhile curry said physically he's feeling great and will have no limitation. And meet at Raiders headquarters I'm Kate longworth Comcast sports net.