Numbers That Matter: Ravens at Chargers

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Rushes of negative yards for running back Gus Edwards on 111 attempts this season, which is the best mark in the NFL

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Ravens’ defensive ranking in both points per game allowed (18.07) and yards allowed per game (290.2)

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Yards allowed per play for the Ravens defense, which is the NFL’s best mark, versus yards averaged per offensive play for the Chargers, which ranks second in the league

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Chargers’ defensive ranking. They are the highest-ranked defense the Ravens have faced since Week 6 against the Tennessee Titans

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An NFL-high 10-play drives by the Ravens’ offense, with 19 (also a league high) ending with touchdowns

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Rushing yards per game for Chargers running back Melvin Gordon, which ranks fifth in the league. His 5.2 yards per carry is also tied for fifth in the NFL.

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Philip Rivers’ quarterback rating in seven career games against the Ravens, in which he’s thrown 14 touchdowns to four interceptions and averaged 287 passing yards per game

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Edwards’ rushing yards since Week 11, which is the fourth-most in the league

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The last time a team (Pittsburgh Steelers) rushed for at least 190 yards in five consecutive games

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Flight distance from Baltimore to San Diego. The Chargers will have had nine days of rest between their last game and be at home, compared to six days for the Ravens, who fly to Southern California on Thursday

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