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Numbers That Matter: Ravens vs. Chargers

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Interceptions thrown by Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers in the past three games after tossing six in the previous 13 contests

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Ravens’ record in the Wild Card playoffs, including five straight wins all under Head Coach John Harbaugh. That’s the best mark in the NFL since 2000.

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What it will feel like for the Los Angeles Chargers when they kick off against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium. Since 2002, Pacific and Mountain time zone teams have been outscored 202-56 in the first half of all 1 p.m. ET playoff games.

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Baltimore’s all-time playoff record, producing the best winning percentage (.652) in NFL postseason history

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Points the Ravens allowed in the fourth quarter this season, which was the NFL’s fewest. The Ravens also gave up the fewest second-half points (111)

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Total yards the Chargers posted two weeks ago in the Ravens’ 22-10 win in Los Angeles

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Passing yards by Lamar Jackson in Los Angeles, which was a season-high. He averaged 9.3 yards per attempt.

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Rushing yards by running back Gus Edwards since Week 11, which rank as the third-most in the league behind the Giants’ Saquon Barkley and Titans’ Derrick Henry

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Projected rushing yards Lamar Jackson would have had if he were the Ravens’ starter over a full 16-game season. Jackson’s 695 rushing yards were the 11th most by a quarterback in NFL single-season history.

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Ravens’ total net yards this season, which was a franchise high. Baltimore’s 2,441 rushing yards were the second-most in team history (2003)

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