1. Since John Harbaugh became head coach in 2008, the Ravens have allowed the NFL's fewest points per game (16.1).
2. Baltimore is the only team to rank in the top five in scoring defense in each of the past three seasons, finishing No. 3 every year.
3. The Ravens allowed a league-low one touchdown after a turnover, permitting just 28 points off 20 turnovers. Those 20 turnovers were a franchise record for fewest in a season.
4. Only the Ravens and Colts had three players that each had 60 receptions or more this season.
5. The Ravens' 90 penalties this season rank as the second fewest in team history.
6. Over the final 14 games, Joe Flacco was the NFL's No. 2 rated passer (103.4), throwing 24 touchdowns and just five interceptions.
7. Derrick Mason has tallied at least 60 catches for 11 straight seasons, joining Hall of Famer Jerry Rice and Falcons' Tony Gonzalez as the only players to ever accomplish the feat.
8. Baltimore, Indianapolis and Philadelphia are the only teams to make the playoffs the past three seasons.
9. Baltimore produced six playoff road wins this past decade, tied with the Cowboys of the '70s for the most in a single decade.
10. Since 2006, Terrell Suggs has posted five sacks in seven career playoff games, ranking him second in that time span.