Numbers That Matter: Ravens at Falcons

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Ravens’ record in December road games during the past three seasons

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Yards per carry by Lamar Jackson this season, which would be tied for eighth-most in the league if he qualified, ahead of Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley II. It’s also the number of yards the Falcons defense is allowing per carry this year, the third-most in the NFL

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Yards per pass attempt the Ravens are allowing this season, which is the best mark in the NFL and key against a Falcons team that has attempted the fourth-most passes in the league so far

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Falcons’ defensive ranking on third down, where they’ve allowed conversions 51.5 percent of the time compared to Atlanta’s offensive ranking on third down, where it has moved the chains at a 49.3 percent rate

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Ravens’ second-half scoring differential, ranking second in the league behind the Los Angeles Rams (+67)

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The difference in yards per game given up by the Ravens defense this year (295.4) and Falcons defense (396.7)

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Rushing yards by running back Gus Edwards the past two games, which made him the second rookie in Ravens history to have back-to-back 100-yard rushing games (Jamal Lewis, 2000, Weeks 12-13)

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Consecutive passes against the Ravens’ defense without an interception. The Ravens’ last interception came against Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield on Oct. 7

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An NFL-high rushing yards by the Ravens over the past two weeks, which also ranks as the most over a two-game span in Ravens history

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League-high passing yards by Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan and league-high receiving yards by wide receiver Julio Jones

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