AFC North Game Day: By the numbers

September, 23, 2012
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Here are some numbers to remember heading into Sunday's AFC North games:

1 -- Sack needed by linebacker LaMarr Woodley to become sixth Steeler to reach 50 for his career.

3 -- Sacks by Browns linebacker D'Qwell Jackson last Sunday, a career high.

4 -- Career touchdowns by Browns tight end Ben Watson against the Bills.

6 -- Times in which Ravens running back Ray Rice has produced more than 100 total yards in a seven-game span in the regular season.

7 -- Bengals' wins in their past eight games against non-division opponents.

8 -- AFC North-leading sacks by the Browns, two more than any other team in the division.

9 -- Interceptions by Bengals cornerback Terence Newman against the Redskins, his most against any team.

16 -- Wins by the Ravens in their past 17 home games, the best mark since the start of the 2010 season.

19 -- Division-leading tackles by Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.

44 -- Wins by the Steelers in the 48 games where Ben Roethlisberger has posted a quarterback rating greater than 100.

61 -- Games played by the Ravens since having a losing record. That ranks second to the Patriots, who have gone 145 games.

67 -- Yards receiving needed by tight end Heath Miller to become eighth Steelers to record 4,000 career receiving yards.

77.4 -- Andy Dalton's completion percentage last Sunday (24 of 31), the second-highest of his brief career.

90 --Yards receiving by Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi last Sunday, the third-most in his career.

167 -- Yards rushing by Rice, which leads the division by one yard over BenJarvus Green-Ellis.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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