Saints aiming for 15th straight prime-time win at home

METAIRIE, La. -- The New Orleans Saints (4-6) haven't been themselves this year. Not even at home, where they've lost two straight games to snap an 11-game win streak.

But there's still one streak they’ve continued to maintain -- their dominance in prime-time games inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where they'll host the Baltimore Ravens (6-4) on "Monday Night Football."

The Saints routed the Green Bay Packers, 44-23, on Sunday night in Week 8. They've now won 14 straight prime-time home games, including the playoffs, by nearly 20 points per game. They've won 17 of their last 18, dating back to 2008.

Saints quarterback Drew Brees has won seven consecutive home starts on "Monday Night Football," according to the Elias Sports Bureau. That's one shy of Peyton Manning's all-time record, which is still active.

And the Saints' streak of scoring 28 points in seven straight Monday night home games is also an NFL record.

Ravens’ dominance: On the flip side, however, the Ravens are one of two teams that the Saints have failed to beat since coach Sean Payton and Brees arrived in 2006. And they are the only team that Brees has never beaten, dating back to his days with the San Diego Chargers.

Brees is 0-3 against Baltimore, including two losses with the Saints (a 35-22 loss in the Superdome in 2006 and a 30-24 loss at Baltimore in 2010).

The Saints are also 0-2 against the Denver Broncos in the Payton/Brees era.

Flacco's dominance: Ravens QB Joe Flacco has been up and down this year, but he's dominated the NFC South, going 3-0 with 297 passing yards per game, 10 passing TDs and two interceptions. According to ESPN Stats & Information, his Total QBR of 97.0 against the NFC South is the second highest of any quarterback against a division in a single season since ESPN started calculating QBR data in 2006.

Ravens insight: For news and notes on the Ravens this week, check out their team page on ESPN.com and follow Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley on Twitter @JamisonHensley.