Stats against the enemy

- Since 2003, only twice has a season series between Baltimore and Pittsburgh been swept, with the Ravens doing so in 2006 and the Steelers in 2008.

- In Week 16 at Pittsburgh last season, Ray Rice rushed for 141 yards, becoming the first back in 33 games to gain over 100 yards against the Steelers' defense. Rice is one of only four backs to do so against the Steelers since 2005.

- In their last 14 games, both the Steelers and Ravens have won seven games each.

- In the overall series, the Steelers hold the advantage at 17-11 (2-0 postseason).

- In Pittsburgh the Ravens are 4-10 (0-2 postseason) and in Baltimore the series is tied, 7-7.

- In his only game against Pittsburgh, Anquan Boldin caught eight passes for 118 yards, including an 11-yard TD, at Heinz Field in 2003.

- On 12/29/02 at Pittsburgh, Todd Heap totaled a career-high 146 receiving yards on seven catches. Heap's 27 receptions, 360 yards and three TDs at Heinz Field are the second-best totals he has recorded at an opposing venue.

- Derrick Mason's 92 receptions and 60 first downs against Pittsburgh are the most against any opposing team during his 14-year career.

- Ray Lewis' 278 career tackles against the Steelers are the most he has against any team in his 15-year career. His 6.5 sacks vs. Pittsburgh are the second most he has registered against one team.

-Terrell Suggs' eight career sacks against the Steelers are the second most he has against any opponent. In the 2008 AFC Championship Game, Suggs tallied two sacks.