By The Numbers

Ravens Gameday

Ravens 48, Lions 3

December 14, 2009|By Jamison Hensley

By the numbers

3

Injured starters out for the Ravens (safety Ed Reed, wide receiver Mark Clayton and offensive tackle Jared Gaither); also the number of points scored by the Lions.

4

Catches by the Lions' top receiver, Calvin Johnson, who had 12 passes thrown his way. He finished with 37 receiving yards.

12.5

Average points allowed by the Ravens in seven home games. Only one team (the Chiefs) has scored more than 17 points against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium this season.

204

Total yards from scrimmage in the first half by Ray Rice. It ranked as the second-most total yards in any half in Ravens history (Qadry Ismail had 210 at Pittsburgh in 1999) and the third most in the first half in the NFL since 1991.

548

Total yards of offense by the Ravens, the most in team history. It eclipsed the previous mark by 47 yards (501 in this year's season opener).

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