Friday, March 22, 2013
Ed Reed: By the numbers
By Jamison Hensley
A look back at Ed Reed's career with the Ravens:
1 -- Super Bowl ring, which Reed won in his hometown of New Orleans last month.
4 -- Career blocked punts, three of which have been returned for touchdowns.
7 -- Consecutive trips to the Pro Bowl, including 2012.
9 -- Interceptions in the playoffs, which is the most among active players.
12 -- Games with multiple interceptions, which is the most among players who began their career in the Super Bowl era (since 1966).
14 -- Career touchdowns for Reed, who is the only player in NFL history to score touchdowns off a punt return, blocked punt, interception and fumble recovery.
24 -- Interceptions in the fourth quarter, which is the most in the NFL since 2002.
25.3 -- Average yards on interception returns.
61 -- Interceptions in the regular season, which is the most among active players. Charles Woodson has 55 picks.
106 -- Distance (in yards) of his interception return for a touchdown in November 2004 against the Browns, the second-longest interception return in NFL history.
107 -- Distance (in yards) of his interception return for a touchdown in November 2008 against the Eagles, the longest interception return in NFL history.
159 -- Games played for the Ravens in his 11-year career.
1,541 -- Yards off interceptions, the most in NFL history. It's 58 more than anyone else in the league (Rod Woodson ranks second).