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Ravens vs. Cardinals: By the numbers

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Stats and tidbits from the team’s Week 2 victory.

Arizona Cardinals v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

The Ravens improved to 2-0 on the season following a 23-17 victory over the Cardinals in Week 2. Another strong offensive outing compensated for uneven defensive play and the team ultimately hung on for an important win.

Here’s a breakdown of all the important stats and numbers you need to know.


220 - Mark Andrews’ receiving yardage through two games, which puts him on pace for well over 1,000 yards for the season

8 - Andrews has caught eight passes in back-to-back games, more than he caught in any single game last year

13 - The number of targets Marquise Brown received, which is roughly the same number of snaps he played in Week 1

16 - Baltimore now has 16 victories against rookie quarterbacks compared to just two losses

3 - The number of 40+ yard plays Marquise Brown and Lamar Jackson have connected on thus far after Brown’s 41-yard reception in the fourth quarter on Sunday

9 - Jackson completed passes to nine different targets against Arizona

41 - Baltimore’s defense has allowed a combined 41 rushing yards through two games, as well as a YPC average of 1.8

4 - The number of quarterback hits for Matthew Judon this season, who had two on Kyler Murray in Week 2

100% - Justin Tucker once again connected on all of his field goal attempts, including a 51-yard attempt and two extra points. Just another day at the office

349 - Kyler Murray’s passing yardage against Baltimore, an impressive number given the hostile environment and historical success of his opponent against first-year QB’s

7 - For the second straight week, the Ravens converted seven third-down attempts. In both games they have a conversion rate of 50% or better, too

37:38 - Baltimore’s time of possession against Arizona, which represents a slight regression from Week 1 but still significantly more than their opponent

1 - Lamar Jackson is the first player in NFL history to throw for 250+ yards and rush for 120+ yards in the same game, which he accomplished on Sunday