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NFL’S BEST RECORDS VS. OWN DIVISION

 

(Since 2008)

 

Rk. Team Record Pct.1. New England Patriots 22-6 .786

 

2. Green Bay Packers3. Baltimore Ravens 21-7 .750---------------------------------

 

CONSECUTIVE WINS VS. OWN DIVISION(Longest Active NFL Streaks)

 

Rk. Team (Division) Wins

 

1. Baltimore (AFC North) 122. Green Bay (NFC North) 9

 

3 . N ew England (AFC East) 8

 

---------------------------------LONGEST DIVISIONAL WIN STREAKS

 

SINCE DIVISION REALIGNMENT IN 2002

 

Division

 

Team Win Streak Years

 

Baltimore Ravens 12 2010‐presentIndianapolis Colts 12 2004‐06

 

Seattle Seahawks 10 2004‐06

 

Philadelphia Eagles 10 2003‐04

75 consecutive starts for Joe Flacco.

This past October,

 

ESPN.com named Baltimore’s M&T Bank

 

Stadium the “Toughest Stadium” in the NFL, ranking the Ravens

 

as having the league’s No. 1 homefield advantage.

 

NFL’S BEST HOMEFIELD ADVANTAGES(ESPN.com, 2012)

 

1. M&T Bank Stadium: Baltimore Ravens2. Century Link Field: Seattle Seahawks

 

3. Lambeau Field: Green Bay Packers

For the first time in team history, the Ravens went undefeated

 

at home (8-0) in 2011, becoming just one of three NFL teams

 

(GB and NO) to accomplish the feat last year. Under

 

John

 

Harbaugh

 

 

(since 2008), the Ravens have won 23 of their last

 

24 regular season home games and are 32-5 in games played in

 

Baltimore, including 5-0 this season.

 

NFL’S BEST REGULAR SEASON HOME RECORDS

 

(John Harbaugh Era / Since 2008)

 

Rk. Team Record Pct.

 

1. Baltimore Ravens 32-5 .865New England Patriots 32-5 .865

 

3. Atlanta Falcons 31-6 .838

During their 15-game home winning streak, the Ravens have...• Outscored opponents 446-258

 

• Averaged 29.7 points per game, allowing just 17.2

 

• Posted a +16 turnover ratio (32 take-aways to 16 give-aways)

 

• Sacked opposing QBs 47 times & forced 18 INTs

 

• QB Joe Flacco

 

 

has thrown 22 TDs & posted a 93.8 passer rating

 

• RB Ray Rice

 

 

has averaged 125.1 scrim. ypg & posted 19 total TDs

 

14.4Points per game Baltimore has permitted at home since 2008,

 

the NFL’s best defensive mark. (Pittsburgh is second at 14.5 ppg.)

 

53Interceptions by the Ravens at home since 2008, ranking as the

 

NFL’s second most at home (GB is first with 63).

 

65.7

 

Passer rating the Ravens have forced for opposing QBs at M&T

 

Bank Stadium since 2008, the NFL’s top defensive mark.

 

285.6Yards per game the Ravens’ defense has permitted at home since

 

2008, ranking as the NFL’s second-stingiest average during that

 

span (Pit. is first at 265.0 ypg).

 

1,001-534Ratio the Ravens have outscored opponents at home since 2008,

 

limiting foes to 14.4 points per game. In their 32 wins during this

 

span, the margin of victory has been 14.6 ppg.

 

TOP NFL FRANCHISES

 

(ESPN Franchise Rankings)1. Green Bay Packers

 

2. New Orleans Saints3. Baltimore Ravens

 

 

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Here's a shorter, more coherent..and...readable version. :fishin: Kevin Byrne did the homework. All I know is I get my money's worth as a PSL holder. :gorave:

 

There’s No Place Like Home

 

Consider these numbers:

  • 14.4 points per game
  • 53 interceptions
  • 65.7 QB rating
  • 285.6 yards
  • 1,001-534

Now, reflect on this: The Ravens have won 15 games in a row at M&T Bank Stadium, the longest current home-winning streak in the NFL. Beyond this, we’ve won 23 of our last 24 in Baltimore. Incredible.

 

(Hope it’s not bad luck to talk about these numbers.)

 

How’d we do it? The numbers above are clear indicators. Since 2008, when John Harbaugh started as our head coach, we’ve allowed just 14.4 points per game at M&T. That’s the best in the NFL. Our defense has intercepted 53 passes, second to Green Bay’s 63. Opposing quarterbacks have been diminished to a league-low 65.7 QB rating, another NFL best.

 

We’ve allowed the second-fewest yards at home, 285.6 per game. (OK, the Steelers are first at Heinz Field with 265.) Finally, most importantly, we have outscored teams at M&T by the huge difference of 1,001-534, an average victory margin of almost 15 points per game.

 

Can we all start chanting “Seven Nation Army” right now?

 

There’s More To The M&T Magic

 

We’re averaging 36.8 points scored per game in home games this season, which, of course, is highest in the league. WE ARE DOMINANT AT HOME!

 

Since the start of the 2010 season, we’re 20-1 at the Bank. Since Harbs came here in 2008, 32-5 – both top marks in the league.

 

We’ve been on the road four of the last five weeks – and won three of those road games. We can’t wait to get home. Bring it on, “Wall of Purple.” We’re a good team, and we have been a good team, but the magic at M&T Bank Stadium has a lot to do with that and the noise you create.

 

Here’s what Matt Birkicon-article-link.gif told Greg Garber of ESPN when the giant sports empire picked M&T as the “Best Home Stadium Advantage in the NFL”: “No. 1, I’m going to say that over the years the Ravens have fielded a pretty good football team. No. 2, the fans here are great. It’s pretty simple. There’s your home-field advantage.”

 

(Hard to hide that Harvard education, Matt.)

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