The Falcons will look to get back on track as they welcome the Las Vegas Raiders to Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Week 12.
HOW TO WATCH
- What: Las Vegas Raiders vs. Atlanta Falcons
- When: Sunday, Nov. 29, 1 p.m. ET
- Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
- TV: CBS
- TV announcers: Kevin Harlan (play-by-play), Trent Green (color analyst), Amanda Balionis (sideline reporter)
- Radio: 92.9 The Game, the Falcons' official radio network
- Radio announcers: Wes Durham (play-by-play), Dave Archer (color analyst)
- Live Stream: Watch Falcons games live for free in the official Falcons app (iOS & Android) and on AtlantaFalcons.com mobile web.*Geographic and device restrictions apply. Local & primetime games only. Data charges may apply.
The Falcons and Raiders have split the all-time series, 7-7; however, Atlanta has won each of the past four matchups, including a 35-28 win in Oakland in 2016.
Here's the current forecast for Atlanta on Sunday, according to The Weather Channel:
- High/low: 60/44
- 60 percent chance of precipitation
- 80 percent humidity
WHAT TO LOOK FOR
Matt Ryan's 200th game: Matt Ryan holds nearly every franchise passing record including career passing yards (54,164), completions (4,715), touchdowns (336), passer rating (94.6) and completion percentage (65.4). Sunday marks the 200th game of Ryan's career. His 4,715 completions and 54,164 passing yards are each the second-most through a quarterback's first 200 career games in NFL history, while his 336 touchdown passes are the eighth-most in league annals.
3,000 yards in 11 straight seasons: Matt Ryan ranks third in the NFL with 2,978 passing yards in 2020. If Ryan has at least 22 passing yards on Sunday, it would mark his 11th consecutive season with at least 3,000 passing yards — the longest such streak in franchise history, the eighth longest streak in NFL history and the third-longest active streak in the league. Only Philip Rivers (14 seasons - 2006-19) and Tom Brady (11 seasons - 2009-19) have longer active streaks.
100 for Julio: The last time the Falcons and Raiders met, Julio Jones recorded 106 receiving yards and a touchdown, marking one of his 58 career 100-yard games. If he has at least 100 receiving yards on Sunday, Jones would tie Pro Football Hall of Famer Marvin Harrison (59) for the third-most games with at least 100 receiving yards in NFL history.