Packers-Ravens: The facts

Two teams have only played each other twice since 1996

What: Packers (3-10) vs. Ravens (4-9)

When: 8 p.m. (CT) Monday, Dec. 19

Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

All-time regular season: Packers lead 2-0

All-time postseason: None

Standings: Packers - 4th place, NFC North. Ravens - 3rd place (tied), AFC North.

Packers leaders: Offense - Favre, 3,161 passing yards and 19 passing TDs; Gado, 537 rushing yards and 6 rushing TDs; Donald Driver, 71 receptions, 940 receiving yards and 5 receiving TDs. Defense - Aaron Kampman, 6 1/2 sacks; Ahmad Carroll and Al Harris, 2 INTs.

Ravens leaders: Offense - Anthony Wright, 1,582 passing yards and 6 passing TDs; Jamal Lewis, 638 rushing yards and 2 rushing TDs; Derrick Mason, 69 receptions and 800 receiving yards; Todd Heap, 4 receiving TDs. Defense - Adalius Thomas, 6 sacks; Thomas and Terrell Suggs, 2 INTs.

Packers team rank: Rushing Offense - 85.5 yards per game (30th in NFL); Passing Offense - 233.8 ypg (8th); Total Offense - 319.3 ypg (18th). Rushing Defense - 122.7 ypg (24th); Passing Defense - 163.3 ypg (1st); Total Defense - 286.0 ypg (5th).

Ravens team rank: Rushing Offense - 92.8 ypg (T-25th); Passing Offense - 186.0 ypg (23rd); Total Offense - 278.8 ypg (26th). Rushing Defense - 106.8 ypg (14th); Passing Defense - 183.5 ypg (7th); Total Defense - 290.3 ypg (6th).

Road/home records: Packers - 1-6 on the road; Ravens - 4-2 at home.

Packers-Ravens series:The Green Bay Packers have only played each other twice since the NFL approved that the Cleveland Browns move to Baltimore in 1996. Both of those games were played at Lambeau Field, with the Packers winning in 1998 (28-10) and in 2001 (31-23).

Last meeting: Oct. 14, 2001; Packers, 31-23. At Green Bay, Wis., Favre had 337 yards and three TDs on 27-of-34 passing to help the Packers defeat the defending Super Bowl champs.

Streaks and notes: Packers - Favre needs five TD passes to join Dan Marino as the only players in NFL history with 400. ... Green Bay has lost by three points in both of its Monday night games this season. ... The Packers are looking to avoid going 0-4 against AFC opponents for the first time since 1985.

Ravens - WR Mason needs eight receptions to break Michael Jackson's single-season team record of 76 set in 1996. ... WR Mark Clayton leads NFL rookies with 34 catches. ... Baltimore's defense has allowed six TDs in its six home games.

Line: Ravens by 3.5 points.

Next up: Chicago Bears, Dec. 25 (4:15 p.m., CT) at Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI

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