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2016 Baltimore Ravens: By the Numbers

CSN Mid-Atlantic

Statistics do not explain the entire story of the 2016 Baltimore Ravens. But they do shed light on the team’s strengths and weaknesses last season.

The Ravens concluded the regular season ranked 12th in total DVOA, and ninth in weighted DVOA. According to Football Outsiders, their offensive was the 24th most efficient, the defense was sixth and the special teams fourth.

The most important number was eight, representing an equal number of wins and losses.

Offense:

9.9: Average yards per reception (fewest in the NFL)

11: Passing plays of 40-yards or more (seventh most)

20/16: Passing touchdown to interception ratio (21st most/8th most)

21.4: Points scored (12th fewest)

22.9: Rushing attempts per game (third fewest)

33: Sacks allowed (13th fewest)

37: Third down conversion percentage (24th best)

42.4: Passing attempts per game, (most in the league)

77: Quarterback hits allowed (12th fewest)

125: Penalties (Fourth most)

347.7: Average yards per game (16th most)

Defense:

3.7: Average yards per carry (fourth fewest)

5.19: Average yards per play allowed (eighth fewest)

20.1: Points allowed per game (ninth fewest)

28/18: Passing touchdown to interception ratio (9th most/most)

31: Sacks (seventh fewest)

50: Passing plays of 20-yards or more allowed (14th fewest)

55.3: Red zone touchdown percentage (15th best)

65: Third down stop percentage (second best)

74: Rushing first downs allowed (second fewest)

95: Penalties (fourth fewest)

322.1: Average yards allowed per game (seventh fewest)

Special Teams:

7.7: Average yards gained per punt return (tenth fewest)

37: Punts downed inside the 20-yardline (third most)

38: Field goals made (most in the league)