Since 2000, the Ravens own the NFL’s third-best home record in regular season play, posting a 58-22 mark during that span (New England is 62-19 and Indianapolis is 61-20).
Under head coach John Harbaugh, Baltimore is 12-4 at home and has won 10 of its last 13 home games.
The Ravens are 9-5 all time in home openers, producing four straight victories at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens are 8-3 at home all time against the Browns, and Baltimore owns the all-time series edge, 15-7.
In their last six regular season games the Ravens have allowed only four TDs. One of those scores came off a punt return vs. Chicago (on 12/20/09), meaning Baltimore’s defense has yielded a stingy three TDs in its last six regular season contests.
Baltimore is the only team that hasn’t allowed a TD heading into Week three of the 2010 NFL season.
The Ravens have gone 10 consecutive quarters without allowing a TD.