Oakland produced 422 total yards, marking the third time this season that the Raiders have eclipsed 400 yards of offense. The Silver and Black posted 424 total yards vs. Tampa Bay on Nov. 4, and notched a season-high 474 yards at Atlanta on Oct. 14.
The Raiders out-gained the Ravens, 422-419, marking the fifth time in nine games that the Silver and Black has out-gained the opposition. Oakland is 2-3 in those games.
Oakland did not score in the first quarter, marking the first time that the Silver and Black has not scored in the first period this season.
The Raiders scored a touchdown on the team’s first drive of the second half, marking the first time since Sept. 23 vs. Pittsburgh that Oakland has gotten into the end zone on the team’s initial second-half possession.
The Raiders surrendered 55 points, tying the franchise single-game record for points allowed. The mark was set on Sept. 6, 1961, in a road game against the Houston Oilers, and tied on Nov. 22, 1981, vs. San Diego.
Sunday’s game marked the third of five contests in the Eastern Time Zone this season for the Silver and Black.
QB Carson Palmer posted his eighth 300-yard passing game as a Raider, completing 29-of-45 attempts for 368 yards and two touchdowns. The performance marked the fourth time this season that Palmer has passed for more than 300 yards. On the franchise’s all-time list, he already has tied Ken Stabler (1970-79) and Marc Wilson (1980-87) for fourth with eight career 300-yard passing efforts; only Rich Gannon (20), Daryle Lamonica (10) and Jim Plunkett (10) had more in a Raiders uniform. On the single-season list, Palmer (four) already has tied Kerry Collins (2004) and Gannon (2001) for third in team annals; only Gannon (10 in 2002) and Lamonica (five in 1968) had more in a previous campaign.
Palmer connected with nine targets in the first half, completing 17-of-25 attempts for 198 yards and one touchdown.
Palmer has thrown for 782 yards in the past two contests, his highest career mark over a two-game stretch. Previously, his best total in consecutive games was 743, 401 at Cleveland on Sept. 16, 2007, and 342 at San Diego on Sept. 23, 2007.
FB Marcel Reece made his first career start at RB. He totaled seven receptions, increasing his season tally to 33 and surpassing his career high of 27 catches set last season.
Reece rushed for 48 yards on a career-high 13 attempts. His previous career high was seven, set on Oct. 24, 2010, at Denver.
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey scored on a 55-yard catch-and-run touchdown, snaring the ball at the 35-yard line and shaking off a tackle from Ravens S Ed Reed before rumbling into the end zone with 1:37 left in the first half. It marked the third touchdown of the season for Heyward-Bey, and his second longest reception of the campaign, following a 59-yard touchdown catch vs. Jacksonville on Oct. 21.
Moore added a 38-yard catch in the fourth quarter, marking the fifth time in six games that he has recorded a catch of 20 yards or more. He posted a season-long 58-yard catch-and-run at Kansas City on Oct. 28.
Moore totaled 90 yards on just four catches, averaging 22.5 yards per reception. Moore has notched 90 or more receiving yards twice in the last three games, racking up 96 yards through the air on Oct. 28 at Kansas City.
RB Jeremy Stewart, promoted from the practice squad Saturday, made his NFL debut.
Stewart had his first career rushing attempt in the first quarter, gaining 6 yards, and finished the game with seven rushing attempts for 22 yards.
Myers increased his season total to a team-high 44 receptions, the most by a Raider tight end since Zach Miller had 60 catches in 2010.
Myers had a 21-yard reception, marking his fifth catch of 20 yards or longer this season.
WR Juron Criner had a pair of 13-yard receptions in the first half, matching his single-game season high of two catches set on Sept. 30 at Denver. He had two catches entering the game.
Huff’s interception marked his team-leading second pick of the season, and the 11th of this career.
Janikowski added a 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, marking his third-longest field goal of the season. He kicked a season-long 52-yard field goal at Atlanta on Oct. 14.
Janikowski converted two PAT attempts, extending his current streak of consecutive PATs to 119.
LB Miles Burris recorded a quarterback hit on a third-and-8 play in the third quarter, pressuring Ravens QB Joe Flacco to throw an incompletion and forcing Baltimore to punt.
OL Tony Bergstrom saw his first career action on the offensive line, playing at both RG and RT in the fourth quarter.
DT Richard Seymour missed his first contest since the end of the 2010 season, snapping a games-played streak of 24.