- In Carson Palmer's last three starts, he's completed 70 of 92 passes (76.1%) for 932 yards -- two three-hundred yard games -- with eight touchdowns and only two interceptions. That computes to a passer rating of 130.2.
- Palmer is two for two when rushing on third-and-one.
- In 2005, Rudi Johnson rushed for 211 yards and three touchdowns against the Ravens.
- With three receptions, Chad Johnson (415) will surpass Isaac Curtis (416) and Cris Collinsworth (417) for 2nd most in club history. Carl Pickens has 530.
- T.J. Houshmandzadeh has 31 receptions for 495 yards and two touchdowns in his past four games against the Ravens.
- Justin Smith (6.5 sacks) and Robert Geathers (6.0 sacks) are 1 of 2 AFC tandems that rank in the conferences' top-five in sacks.
- In 12 career starts, Steve McNair is 9-3 against Cincinnati. He's thrown 19 touchdowns against five interceptions with a career 97.3 passer rating.
- McNair has won 8 of his 12 starts in November.
- Jamal Lewis salivates when playing against Cincinnati. Three of his nine best career days have come against the Bengals (186 yards, 180 yards, 135 yards).
- The Ravens are 34-10 when carrying the ball 20 times or more.
- The Ravens defense leads the NFL with 15 interceptions (only 12 last season). They are tied with Chicago for NFL lead in takeaways (22) and turnover ratio (+11). The defense is number one in the NFL allowing only 66.0 yards rushing per game -- only allowed one rushing touchdown so far.
|Points Scored||22.1 (11th)||20.7 (16th)|
|Passing||221.1 yards (12th)||174.3 yards (24th)|
|Rushing||96.0 yards (24th)||100.4 yards (20th)|
|Total Offense (yards)||317.1 yards (18th)||274.7 (26th)|
|Points Allowed||20.3 (12th)||13.0 (4th)|
|Passing||210.1 (17th)||207.6 (16th)|
|Rushing||129.3 (25th)||66.0 (1st)|
|Total Offense (yards)||339.4 (21st)||273.6 (3rd)|