There's no place like home

There's no doubt in my mind that M&T Bank Stadium is one of the greatest places to watch an NFL game. The fans are loud and into the game, the atmosphere is electric and most importantly, the Ravens almost always dominate on their home turf.

Since 2000, the Ravens 62-22 record at home the NFL's third best in that timespan. They trail only the Colts and Patriots in that regard. Not too bad of company to be in right there.

Lets stick with some home stats since 2000:
-When getting at least two picks: 40-4
-When holding opponents to 14 points or fewer: 42-5
-When scoring 26 or more points: 39-2
-When allowing 70 net rush yards or fewer: 30-5

If we look back at the numbers since 2003 the Ravens rank first in fewest yards allowed and first in fewest points allowed per game. Also their 94 interceptions rank them first in that category at home in that timespan. They have the fourth most sacks at home since 2003.

Now lets check out the John Harbaugh era and his home success:
-The Ravens have allowed 12.7 points per game which is the NFL's best
-Their 34 interceptions are the second most in the NFL
-They lead the NFL in allowing opposing QB's to a 59.8 passer rating over that time
-The 266.8 yards/game allowed ranks the Ravens first in the NFL
-Their 151.8 rush yards/game at home rank them first in the NFL
-They have a 16-4 record and have outscored opponents 528-253
(All the above stats have occurred since 2008 under John Harbaugh)

This season has also been an impressive one at home. The Ravens are averaging the NFL's fifth-most total yards per game producing 386.5 yard per contest. Baltimore's 155.8 rushing yards/game at home rank second among 2010 home teams.