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Milestones In Reach vs Bengals

Baltimore RavensNeed 4 wins to reach 100 regular season victories. Baltimore's all-time regular season record is 96-95-1.



WR Mark Clayton**Needs 59 receiving yards to reach 2,000 for his career. With 41 receptions, he will also attain the 200-grabs milestone. With 1 more 100-yard receiving game, Clayton will become the Ravens' all-time leader in that category. Currently, he and Derrick Alexander are tied with 6 career "100s" with Baltimore.

TE Todd HeapHeap is 103 receiving yards away from reaching the 4,000-yard milestone. He currently boasts 3,897 receiving yards. He is also 44 yards shy of the 4,000-yard mark in combined yardage for his career. With 172 career points, Heap needs 28 points to become the 3rd Raven to eclipse the 200-point mark (Matt Stover and Jamal Lewis).

RB Willis M GaheeWith 1,207 rushing yards in his Ravens career, he stands 304 yards shy of passing Byron "Bam" Morris for No. 4 on Baltimore's all-time list. The No. 2 spot is within McGahee's reach, too, as he is 895 away from Priest Holmes' 2,102 yards. McGahee needs 428 rushing yards to attain the 5,000-yard benchmark for his career.

S Ed ReedReed needs 1 more INT to reach 35 for his career. He also needs 120 INT return yards to hit 1,000, which would make him just the 9th player in NFL history to attain the milestone.

CB Samari RolleRolle needs 2 INTs to hit 30 for his career.



K Matt Stover**Entering 2008 having made 348 consecutive PATs, Stover needs to hit 24 more consecutive PATs to set an NFL record. Currently, Jason Elam (streak from 1993-2002) and newlyretired K Jeff Wilkins (streak from 1999-2007) hold the all-time record of 371 straight PATs made. Stover, the all-time leader in games played for the Ravens, is 9 games away from reaching 200 in a Baltimore uniform. If he appears in the Ravens' opening 6 games, he will extend his consecutive games streak to 100, good for No. 2 in team history (Peter Boulware, 111).

LB Terrell SuggsHas 45 career sacks, placing him 5 short of 50. He is 6 away from tying Michael McCrary for No. 2 on the team's all-time list.

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