Where Ravens rank on offense, defense

December, 20, 2013
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The Baltimore Ravens didn't have a great week in the red zone, on defense as well as offense. The Ravens defense, which previously ranked No. 1 inside the 20-yard line, dropped three spots. That's nothing compared to the Baltimore offense, which fell eight spots to No. 29.

Here's a look at where the Ravens rank in team and individual categories after 15 weeks:

OFFENSE

Total yards: 309.9 (29th)

Rushing: 82.9 (29th)

Passing: 227.0 (20th)

Scoring: 21.1 (25th)

Third down: 37.1 percent (17th)

Red zone: 48.9 percent (21st) 29th

DEFENSE

Total yards: 334.0 (9th)

Rushing: 102.4 (7th)

Passing: 231.6 (13th)

Scoring: 19.8 (7th)

Third down: 32.4 percent (3rd)

Red zone: 42.9 percent (tied-1st) (4th)

INDIVIDUAL

Passing yards per game: Joe Flacco, 247.0 (14th)

Rushing yards per game: Ray Rice, 46.5 (29th)

Receiving yards per game: Torrey Smith, 73.7 (20th)

Tackles: Daryl Smith, 107 (20th)

Sacks: Elvis Dumervil, 9.5 (tied-14th)

Field-goal pct.: Justin Tucker, 94.6 percent (4th)

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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