By the numbers: Ravens-Broncos

September, 5, 2013
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Here are some numbers, many of which come courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information, to remember for Thursday night's game between the Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos:

10 -- Times the Ravens pressured Peyton Manning on 24 second-half dropbacks (41.7 percent) in the AFC divisional game.

12 -- Wins by the defending Super Bowl champions in the past 13 season openers. The only loss came from the 2012 New York Giants.

13 -- Victories by the Ravens in prime-time in 19 games under coach John Harbaugh. That's a .684 winning percentage.

30 -- Carries by Ray Rice in the last meeting with the Broncos. It was his most in the 2012 season.

37 -- Percent of the Ravens' receptions lost with wide receiver Anquan Boldin traded and tight end Dennis Pitta on the injured reserve-designated for return list. They combined for 126 of the Ravens' 334 catches in 2012.

80 -- Consecutive regular-season starts by quarterback Joe Flacco, tied with Jarret Johnson for the longest streak in Ravens history. He will break that mark Thursday night.

148 -- Combined career sacks by Terrell Suggs (84.5) and Elvis Dumervil (63.5).

2,839 -- Days since the last game the Ravens didn't have either Ray Lewis or Ed Reed in the starting lineup. It last happened on Nov. 27, 2005.

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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