The Baltimore Ravens lead the Oakland Raiders, 10-0, after one quarter of play at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. The Ravens have dominated early, and quarterback Joe Flacco completed five of his first six passes for 73 yards.
Oakland moved the ball into Ravens territory on their initial possession, but the drive stalled when quarterback Carson Palmer stumbled and fell after the snap on a 4th and 1. Baltimore would use the good field position to drive for a 48-yard field goal from Justin Tucker.
After a Raiders three-and-out, the Ravens would drive down the field for the game's first touchdown. Flacco set up himself for a one-yard touchdown run when he hit Ed Dickson with a 40-yard pass up the seam.
The Raiders have relied primarily on the passing group through the first 15 minutes. Palmer has completed 7 of 9 for 67 yards. Oakland has the ball after converting a third down as the second quarter begins.