Ravens vs Packers: Stats behind the match-up

-The Ravens are 5-7 all time against teams from the NFC North (2-2 vs. Minnesota, 1-2 vs. Chicago, 1-1 vs. Detroit and 1-2 vs. Green Bay). In their lone game against the division this season, Baltimore dropped a 33-31 decision at Minnesota (10/18).

-Derrick Mason needs eight catches to reach the 850 career receptions milestone. Mason would become the 16th player in NFL history to reach that mark.

-Since their start in 1996, the Ravens have posted 43 defensive TDs, and they boast a 35-7 record when doing so.

-Baltimore is 15-18 all time in prime-time games, including 2-0 this season (20-17 OT win vs. Steelers last Sunday night and a 16-0 win at Cleveland on Monday Night Football).

-The Ravens are 5-7 all time on Monday Night Football, including a 2-5 record on the road.

-Including playoffs, the Ravens are 9-7 all time on the road under John Harbaugh. Baltimore is 2-3 this season.

-Dating back to 2003, Baltimore (30) and Green Bay (29) have totaled more defensive touchdowns than all other NFL teams. This season, the Ravens and Packers have each racked up 3 defensive TDs, with each team producing one FR and two INT scores.


-Donald Driver has six career receptions for 125 yards against the Ravens. His big game against Detroit gave him a Packers' record, eight consecutive seasons with 50-plus catches.

-Of Greg Jennings 27 career TD catches, 12 have been of at least 40 yards or more. He averages 32.4 yards a TD catch. Since 2007 Jennings leads all receivers in 40-plus-yards catches with 19.

-Aaron Rodgers got his first extensive playing time against the Ravens in 2005. He completed eight passes for 65 yards and one INT. He also was sacked three times, fumbling twice. One of the fumbles was returned for a TD.

-The Packers have sold out 283 consecutive games at Lambeau Field.