Numbers to 'Rave' about

Offense:
9:1,000-yard receiving campaigns in 13 seasons by WR Derrick Mason, including this year's 73-catch, 1,028-yard output.

14: TD's by Willis McGahee this season (12 rushing and two
receiving), tying for the most in team history (Michael Jackson,1996 and Jamal Lewis, 2003). McGahee averaged one TD for every 9 touches from scrimmage.

88.9: Passer rating by Joe Flacco in his second season, the best
mark in Ravens history. Flacco finished the season 315-of-499 for 3,613 yards, 21 TDs and just 12 INTs.

127.6: Yards from scrimmage Ray Rice averaged this season, the
NFL's second most (Chris Johnson, 156.8). Rice's 2,041 total yards are also the second most in Ravens history (Jamal Lewis - 2,271 in '03).

702: Receiving yards by Ray Rice on a team-high 78 catches. Both
figures ranked as the most among NFL RBs in 2009.

1,339: A career-high rushing yards by Ray Rice, sixth most in the NFL and the third-best season ever by a Raven.

Defense:
3.4: Average yards per rush the Ravens allowed this season, the
NFL's best mark. Baltimore also permitted just 36 runs of 10+ yards, tying for second fewest in the NFL.

7: Consecutive seasons the Ravens have ranked in the top 6 in
total defense, finishing 2009 at third in the league.

11: Players to record an INT for the Ravens this season. Of those
players, six posted two or more picks.

46: Career INTs for Ed Reed, the most of any player since he entered the NFL in 2002. Though he missed four games this season, Reed picked off three passes and recorded the 13th TD of his career on a 52-yard INT return versus the Bengals.

164: A team-high total tackles by Ray Lewis (100 solo). Lewis,
who was voted to his 11th Pro Bowl, led the Ravens in tackles for the 12th time in his 14-year career.