10-0 — Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco is 10-0 in his career against the Browns (as is coach John Harbaugh). Only John Elway has as many wins against a single opponent without a loss since the NFL merger in 1970 (New England Patriots). In those 10 victories, the Ravens have more than doubled the Browns’ scoring total 251-122 and have a +14 turnover margin.
12-5 — The Ravens have been tough to beat early in the season in recent years. Since 2008, the Ravens are 12-5 in September. That’s the NFL’s best mark in that time, topping the New York Jets (12-6).
72 of 20+ — Last season, the Ravens had 72 plays of at least 20 yards, ranking third in the NFL behind only the New Orleans Saints (77) and the Carolina Panthers (75). All but 10 of those were through the air. The Ravens had four more passes of at least 20 yards in their Week 1 loss to Denver 49-27.
15.1 — Since 2008, the Ravens have allowed only 15.1 points-per-game at M&T Bank Stadium. That’s the NFL’s second-best mark behind only the Pittsburgh Steelers (14.9). The Ravens’ red-zone defense was also the second best in 2012, allowing a touchdown just 43.4 percent of the time. Only the Miami Dolphins (42.6) were stingier.
210, then 2 — Counting the playoffs, Flacco at one point threw 210 passes without an interception, a streak that was snapped last week by the Broncos’ Chris Harris. Flacco’s streak extended to the final two regular-season games and all four playoff victories. He was a model of taking care of the football and then threw two interceptions last week.