Where Ravens rank on offense, defense

November, 14, 2013
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What jumps out to you in the Baltimore Ravens' rankings is the free-falling offense. Ranked 21st a month ago, which is nothing to boast about, the Ravens' offense has dropped to a season-low No. 29. Baltimore managed a season-worst 189 yards -- in an overtime game.

Here's a look at where the Ravens rank in team and individual categories after 10 weeks:

OFFENSE

Total yards: 307.6 (29th)

Rushing: 73.1 (30th)

Passing: 234.4 (17th)

Scoring: 20.9 (21st)

Third down: 35.6 percent (24th)

Red zone: 57.1 percent (tied-12th)

DEFENSE

Total yards: 342.2 (15th)

Rushing: 102.6 (10th)

Passing: 239.7 (18th)

Scoring: 21.0 (8th)

Third down: 32.4 percent (4th)

Red zone: 33.3 percent (2nd)

Passing yards per game: Joe Flacco, 256.0 (tied-12th)

Rushing yards per game: Ray Rice, 36.1 (28th)

Receiving yards per game: Torrey Smith, 83.7 (12th)

Tackles: Daryl Smith, 80 (7th)

Sacks: Terrell Suggs, nine (tied-5th)

Jamison Hensley

ESPN Ravens reporter

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