Prediction time: Jets at Ravens

November, 24, 2013
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BALTIMORE -- The last time the Baltimore Ravens faced the New York Jets, they wrecked a young quarterback. Could Sunday be a repeat?

In 2011, the Ravens scored three defensive touchdowns off Mark Sanchez turnovers (two fumbles and one interception), and held Sanchez to 11 of 35 passing for 119 yards. Now, the Ravens welcome rookie quarterback Geno Smith, who has turned the ball over 20 times this season.

The Ravens are looking to extend their seven-game winning streak against the Jets. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, that is tied for the seventh-longest active win streak by any team against a single opponent.

Here are the official ESPN predictions (with their prediction record for the Ravens in parentheses):

Jamison Hensley (7-3), Ravens team reporter: Ravens, 28-13. The Ravens got their run game on track last week. This week, Joe Flacco gets the deep passing game going against a Jets' secondary that has given up a lot of big plays.

Rich Cimini, Jets team reporter: Ravens, 31-17

Eric Allen (4-6): Ravens

Mike Golic (7-3): Ravens

Merril Hoge (5-5): Ravens

Ron Jaworski (6-4): Ravens

KC Joyner (6-4): Ravens

Chris Mortensen (4-6): Ravens

Adam Schefter (5-5): Ravens

Mark Schlereth (6-4): Ravens

Seth Wickersham (5-5): Ravens

Tom Jackson (5-5): Ravens

Keyshawn Johnson (5-5): Ravens

Mike Ditka (5-5): Jets

Cris Carter (4-6): Ravens

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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