By the Numbers: Ravens vs. Vikings

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Ravens' record in games immediately following a bye during the John Harbaugh era. It's tied for the second-best mark in the league since 2008, only trailing the Pittsburgh Steelers (11-3).

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Straight games Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have won against NFC opponents, dating back to Week 13 of 2018 at Atlanta. It's the NFL's longest active streak and the third-longest non-conference winning streak for a quarterback to begin their career since the 1970 merger, only trailing Bobby Hebert (15) and Ken Stabler (12).

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Career touchdowns for Lamar Jackson entering Sunday's game (78 passing, 21 rushing), one short of the 100-touchdown milestone

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Combined touchdowns scored between Minnesota and Baltimore in the final 125 seconds of the teams' last meeting at M&T Bank Stadium in 2013. The Ravens prevailed, 29-26, when Joe Flacco found Marlon Brown for a 9-yard touchdown with four seconds remaining.

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Combined touchdown catches by TE Mark Andrews (20) and WR Marquise Brown (21), marking the NFL's second most by a TE-WR duo since 2019. Only Travis Kelce (20) and Tyreek Hill (28) have combined for more (48).

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An NFL-high punt returns gaining 20+ yards by Devin Duvernay, who ranks No. 1 in the league with a 16.9 punt return average.

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Quarterback pressures by outside linebacker Odafe Oweh, ranking first among all NFL rookies.

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NFL wide receivers who have averaged 15+ yards per reception (minimum of 100 catches) since 2020, including Vikings WR Justin Jefferson

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Kirk Cousins' career record against the Ravens, with both wins coming as a member of Washington. Cousins has thrown two touchdowns to one interception and has a QB rating of 95.7.

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Rushing yards per game this season by Vikings RB Dalvin Cook, the fourth-best mark in the NFL.

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