Baltimore RavensThe Baltimore Ravens finished the 2015/16 regular season with one win and no losses. They are currently ranked 20th in offense and 10th in defense for the 2016/17 NFL season.
|Head Coach||John Harbaugh|
|Arena/Stadium||M&T Bank Stadium|
|Super Bowls||2000, 2012|
|Statistics 2016-17 (YTD)||Rank|
|Total points||21st (343)|
|Total yards||17th (5563)|
|First downs||21st (316)|
|Pass attempts||1st (679)|
|Pass comps||2nd (439)|
|Pass yards||11th (4100)|
|Pass TDs||23rd (20)|
|Rush attempts||30th (367)|
|Rush yards||28th (1463)|
|Rush TDs||22nd (10)|
|Fumbles lost||10th (7)|
|Total turnovers||16th (23)|
|Sack yards lost||22nd (243)|
|Penalty yards||4th (1111)|
|Q1 points||5th (93)|
|Q2 points||30th (82)|
|Q3 points||18th (62)|
|Q4 points||15th (106)|
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