Finally, we come to our Monday Night Football game. The Baltimore Ravens will be traveling to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars.
The Ravens should have the advantage on both sides of the ball in this one.
Quarterback Joe Flacco hasn't been a world beater this season, but his efficient play, which has complemented the outstanding production of running back Ray Rice, has been good enough to earn Baltimore a 4-1 record. Jacksonville's defense hasn't been too bad this year, but they won't be able to shut down the Ravens.
The real advantage, however, comes on the opposite side of the ball. Baltimore has one of the strongest defenses in the league, which ranks first, seventh, third and third in scoring defense, pass defense, rush defense and total defense, respectively.
That does not bode well for rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert, who is still searching for his first win. A Jaguars win would have to ride on the legs of Maurice Jones-Drew, but expect the Ravens to be keying in on Jacksonville's only serious threat.
Ravens 34, Jaguars 17