Not too many teams want to stare down Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford and receiver Calvin Johnson.
Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb, however, is looking forward to it.
"It's going to be a nice challenge going against one of the best receivers in the league," Webb said. "Why not start it off in the preseason going against him? Getting your confidence up, getting back used to the game. It's going to be a nice test for us because Stafford is one hell of a quarterback."
Stafford threw for 5,038 yards and 41 touchdown passes last season and Johnson led the league with 1,681 yards and also had 16 touchdown catches.
In the opener against the Falcons last week, the Ravens fell behind 17-7 at halftime. Quarterback Matt Ryan and receiver Julio Jones presented stiff competition even though the Ravens came back to win 31-17.
"Last week was a really nice test with Jones. Those guys have been together for a couple years. They work well together," Webb said. "The passes were on-point and everything. (They have) big wide receivers, just about like this week with some bigger guys."
Jimmy Smith, who missed the Falcons game with a back injury he incurred two weeks ago, is expected to play to add depth to the secondary.
"We'll have Jimmy Smith back out on the end. It will be a little different than it was last week," Webb said. "I know we had me and Cary (Williams) out there, but it will be a little different rotation this week."