Street Talk BEHIND THE NUMBERS: RAVENS 2006 OFFENSE

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A few weeks ago BTN pondered when Billick would open up the offense. BTN thinks you saw the reins come off last week versus Pittsburgh. Clayton and Williams are legitimate deep threats, while Mason and Heap are the chain movers. The running game is what it is…and combined with the efficient, if not flashy passing game, has been enough for the Ravens to have the number two seeding and a first round bye in their sights with one game left.
 
Hey Indy, thanks for that extra Christmas gift!
 
Check back next week to see if the trends continue.
 

OFFENSE RANKINGS:

     

Statistic

Ravens rank after 6 games

Ravens rank after 15 games

% Difference (+ / -)

Total offense

271.7 (28th)

316.3 (17th)

+ 16.4%

Pts per game

18.3 (18th)

22.3 (10th)

+ 21.9%

Rush yards per game

94.3 (24th)

101.7 (25th)

+ 7.8%

Rush attempt avg.

3.5 (26th)

3.4 (31st)

– 2.9%

Rush attempts per game

26.7 (20th)

29.7 (12th)

+ 11.2%

Pass yards per game

177.3 (27th)

214.6 (11th)

+ 21.0%

Pass comp %

56.0% (26th)

62.5% (8th)

+ 11.6%

Pass attempts per game

33.3 (14th)

32.5 (15th)

– 2.5%

Pass comp avg. yards

5.32 (29th)

6.60 (9th)

+ 24.1%

QB rating

64.1 (29th)

83.4 (22nd)

+ 30.1%

3rd down conversion %

36.7% (22nd)

41.1% (9th)

+ 11.9%

Time of possession

30:38 (13th)

32:34 (1st)

+ 6.3%

Red Zone TD %

44.40% (25th)

45.83% (22nd)

+ 3.2%

Penalties

31 (12th)

104 (26th)

– 43.7%

Sacks allowed

12 (14th)

17 (2nd)

+ 37.5%

Turnover margin

+ 7 (3rd)

+ 15 (1st)

+ 6.2%

Held under 20 pts**

3-6 = 50%

1-9 = 11%

NA

**Not an official NFL statistic. Stat provided by BTN.

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Scot is a Baltimore native, a Towson University graduate, and has followed sports since the early 1980’s. Scot likes to go inside the numbers and get the real “411” on the wins and losses,  hence his Behind The Numbers column.
 

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