â€¢ The Ravens produced the top three offensive games in team history: 548 yards vs. Detroit, 501 vs. Kansas City and 479 vs. Cleveland. Baltimore also tied the franchise record for points in a season (391) and set a new record for total TDs (47).
â€¢ For the first time in team history, Baltimore had a 3,000-yard passer (Joe Flacco - 3,613), a 1,000-yard rusher (Ray Rice - 1,339) and a 1,000-yard receiver (Derrick Mason - 1,028) in the same season.
â€¢ Flacco's 88.9 QB rating and completion percentage (63.1), and Rice's rushing yards per attempt (5.3). Three marks fell just short (second) of team records: Rice's total yards from scrimmage (2,041), Flacco's completions (315) and his yards per attempt (7.24).
â€¢ Baltimore finished fifth in NFL rushing yards (2,200 for 137.5 ypg).
â€¢ Ray Rice, who finished sixth in the NFL in rushing and first among RBs in catches (78) and receiving yards (702); WR Derrick Mason caught 73 passes. (300.5) and third in points allowed (16.3). (It was the seventh consecutive season Baltimore's defense finished in the NFL's top 6.)
â€¢ The Ravens finished secondnd in the NFL for fewest TDs allowed, including four games when the defense allowed no TDs, and two more when it gave up just one.
â€¢ The defense was first in rushing yards per attempt (3.4) and eighth (tied) in passing yards per game (207.3). Baltimore also held opposing QBs to a passer rating of 71.9 (6th in NFL). The redzone "D" (41.9 %) was fourth best in the NFL.
â€¢ The Ravens were first in the NFL in kickoff return average (26.2), despite using three different returners: CB Chris Carr (24.2) started the season and was replaced by CB Lardarius Webb (26.2), who was placed on IR, and then RB Jalen Parmele (31.4) stepped in.
â€¢ Special teams provided the Ravens' offense with the NFL's fifth-best average starting field position (31.8).