Some Ravens' stats to help you impress your friends

* Dating back to the 2000 campaign, the Ravens are 66-23 at M&T Bank Stadium (.742), compiling the NFL's second-best home record during that span. The Ravens have won 11 of their last 12 games at M&T Bank Stadium.

* Entering Week 4, the Ravens have allowed 13.3 points per game, which ranks them atop all other teams in the NFL. In the John Harbaugh Era, Baltimore has allowed an average of 16 points per game. That also is the best in the league over that time. If you were wondering, Pittsburgh is right behind them at 16.4 points allowed per game.

* Entering Week 4, the Ravens' plus-45 scoring differential ranks second in the NFL.

* Baltimore has outscored opponents 35-0 in the first quarter alone.

* Baltimore has won six consecutive games against the Jets and are 6-1 overall in the all-time series.

* John Harbaugh is the first head coach in NFL history to take over a sub-.500 team and then win a playoff game in each of his first three seasons.

* Ray Rice has compiled 25 games with at least 100 total yards from scrimmage during his career, including 23 since he became a full-time starter. Rice's 23 games dating back to the '09 campaign rank as the NFL's most.

* Rice has carried the ball 464 consecutive times without fumbling, the NFL's longest active streak among RBs.

* Ray Lewis needs a half sack to reach 40 in his career. He can become the first player in NFL history to record 40 sacks and 30 INTs.

* Anquan Boldin averages 105.3 receiving yards per game against the Jets.

* Ed Reed needs 20 INT return yards to set the NFL's all-time record.

* Jarret Johnson has played in a franchise-record 116 consecutive regular season games, the longest current Ravens streak.