By the numbers

September 01, 2000

0:Playoff appearances by the 4-year-old relocated franchise.

1: Ravens rookie starting in the season opener (receiver Travis Taylor).

2: Healthy arms that can be used by outside linebacker Peter Boulware, who played last season with a restrictive harness.

3: Players remaining with the Ravens who moved with the franchise from Cleveland (defensive end Rob Burnett, kicker Matt Stover and suspended defensive tackle Larry Webster).

4: Consecutive years that the Ravens have begun a year with a different starting quarterback (Vinny Testaverde, Jim Harbaugh, Scott Mitchell, Tony Banks).

6: Running back Priest Holmes' career 100-yard rushing games, all Ravens victories.

8: Pro Bowls elected to play in for safety Rod Woodson.

11: Postseason games played by tight end Shannon Sharpe.

14: Receiver Qadry Ismail's games with at least three catches last season.

16: Touchdowns scored last year for the Ravens by players no longer with the team.

17: Straight games by the Ravens defense without allowing a 100-yard rusher.

18: Matt Stover's streak of successful field goals, the second-best current stretch in the NFL.

27: Team-leading passes defensed by cornerback Chris McAlister.

35: Ages of the oldest Ravens, right tackle Harry Swayne and safety Rod Woodson.

47: Defensive end Michael McCrary's consecutive games streak, longest mark on the team.

57: Career fumbles by quarterback Tony Banks in his four-year career.

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