34.3 — The Baltimore Ravens’ defense has done very well on third down this season. Opposing offenses have a success rate of just 34.3 percent on third down, making for the fifth-best mark in the NFL.
50 — Even on third-and-1, an opposing offense’s chances of converting a first down are no better than a coin flip. The Ravens’ defense has held the line on 50 percent of third-and-1 plays, ranking third in the NFL. On third-and-long (10 yards or more), that conversion rate drops to 9.7 percent (also third in the NFL).
26.3 — The Ravens’ defense has been even better in the red zone. Opposing offenses have scored a touchdown on only five of 19 trips (26.3 percent) to the red zone this season. That’s the best percentage in the league. Only three other teams (Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Carolina Panthers) have a mark under 40 percent.
278 — The Ravens haven’t abandoned the pass when they are away from Baltimore. They are averaging 278 passing yards per road game this season. That’s the sixth-best average in the league.
25 — The Ravens, led by outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and his eight sacks, have 25 sacks as a team this season. That puts them fifth in the NFL, behind the Chiefs (36 sacks), Buffalo Bills (27), Browns (26) and Seahawks (26).