Numbers That Matter: Ravens vs. Panthers

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Interceptions returned for touchdowns by the Ravens in Bank of America Stadium in 2010 – Ed Reed and Dawan Landry (23 yards) and Ray Lewis (24 yards)

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Yards per catch this season for Ravens wide receiver John Brown, ranking third in the league

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Baltimore’s scoring differential in the past two games under Head Coach John Harbaugh against Carolina, winning 37-13 in 2010 and 38-10 in 2014

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Points allowed by Baltimore’s defense so far this season, the fewest permitted through the first seven games of a season during the Harbaugh era

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Joe Flacco’s quarterback rating in two games against the Panthers (46-of-64 for 628 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions)

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Rushing yards by Panthers quarterback Cam Newton so far this season, which is the most in the league. He also has three rushing touchdowns.

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Yards per game the Ravens defense is allowing, which is 21 yards better than the second-ranked Jacksonville Jaguars

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Combined receiving yards by John Brown, Michael Crabtree and Willie Snead IV. Never before have the Ravens boasted a 500-, 400- and 300-yard receiver seven games into a season

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Passing yards by Joe Flacco so far this season, ranking as the fifth-most in the NFL

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Career sacks by Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers and Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs, respectively. Peppers is fourth all-time in sacks and the active leader. Suggs is 15th all-time and No. 2 in active leaders

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