At halftime in the Ravens’ 28-13 win over the
one -- career sacks for
1,342 -- defensive snaps the Ravens have played this season.
The Baltimore defense has been on the field for 1,342 plays this season, including the playoffs, which is the most that any defense has played since 2001, according to ESPN Stats and Info. The Ravens defense has played an average of 85.3 snaps in the postseason -- 17.4 more than their regular-season average. No wonder they are allowing 415 yards per game in the playoffs. But statistically speaking, they have actually been more efficient, allowing fewer yards per play in the playoffs (4.9) than they did in the regular season (5.2). Oh, the only other defense to play more than 1,300 snaps? Last year’s
5.2 -- yards per carry for the 49ers between the tackles in 2012.
While piling up an average of 164.6 rushing yards per game this season, including playoffs, the 49ers did a lot of their damage between the tackles with
7-0 -- Baltimore's playoff record when Flacco doesn't throw a pick.