Saturday, October 13, 2012
13 facts about Ravens' 13-game streak
By Jamison Hensley
Here are 13 facts about the Baltimore Ravens' 13-game home win streak, which is the NFL's longest current one:
- It began Dec. 19, 2010, with a 30-24 victory over the New Orleans Saints.
- The opponent beaten the most in this streak has been the Bengals (three times).
- The smallest margin of victory was a one-point win over New England (31-30) on Sept. 23.
- The largest margin of victory, also this season, was a 31-point win over Cincinnati (44-13) on Sept. 10.
- Ravens have outscored opponents 360-209.
- Baltimore has averaged 27.7 points per game, allowing just 16.1 points.
- Ravens have posted a plus-13 turnover ratio (28 takeaways to 15 giveaways).
- The offense has produced 357.9 total yards per game (127.4 rush and 230.5 pass).
- The defense has allowed just 290.5 yards per game (79.4 rush and 211.1 pass).
- Ravens have sacked opposing quarterbacks 43 times and forced 16 interceptions.
- Joe Flacco has thrown 18 touchdowns and posted a 91.1 passer rating.
- Ray Rice has averaged 130.9 yards from scrimmage per game and scored 16 total touchdowns.
- The second-longest current home streak in the NFL is eight games (49ers and Cardinals).