The Ravens shoot for their sixth-ever (and second-straight) postseason berth. Baltimore has earned playoff appearances five times since the 2000 campaign.
Baltimore is 14-10 against teams from the AFC West, including 3-0 this season (38-24 win vs. KC; 31-26 win at SD; 30-7 win vs. Den.). In the series vs. Oakland, Baltimore leads 5-1 all time.
Including playoffs, the Ravens are 9-9 all time on the road under John Harbaugh. Baltimore is 2-5 this season, earning victories at San Diego (31-26 on 9/20) and at Cleveland (16-0
Baltimore has won seven of its last nine season finales, including three in a row. The Ravens aim for their first-ever season-finale win on the road.
Entering Week 17, the Ravens’ defense ranks third in the NFL allowing 298.9 yards per game. With a good performance Sunday, Baltimore will have gone seven straight seasons ranking in the top six in total defense.
This is the first season in Ravens history where they’ve had a 3,000-yard passer (Joe Flacco, 3,511) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Ray Rice, 1,269) and receiver (Derrick Mason, 1,005) in the same season.