The Dallas Cowboys are the only NFL franchise to have never beaten the Baltimore Ravens.
According to ESPN’s Jamison Hensley, the Ravens have lost to 30 of the 31 NFL franchises—with the Cowboys, who are 0-4 against the Ravens since the franchise was created in 1996—serving as the lone exception.
The Cowboys host the Ravens on Sunday.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh doesn’t seem too concerned with the past meetings between the two clubs.
“Does that count in this year’s standings?,” Harbaugh said. “Does that help us in any way? No. So, we need to be 1-0 against them this year. That is the goal: 1-0 against them this year.”
The two teams haven’t met since 2012, when the Ravens beat the Cowboys in Baltimore. The Ravens also scored wins against Dallas in 2000, 2004 and 2008.
Maybe the fifth time is the charm for the Cowboys, who opened the week as a touchdown favorite in Las Vegas.
One other tidbit for Sunday’s matchup: The Ravens will become the last NFL team to make their regular season debut at AT&T Stadium.