Baltimore's offense wasn't necessarily running smoothly, but they found a way to beat the Bills in Week 1. Here are 5 sizzling stats that decided the game, brought to you by Ruth's Chris:
1) 13 -- The number of points scored by Baltimore in Sunday’s victory. It is the second-lowest total of any victorious team in Week 1. Only Seattle’s 12-10 win over Miami had a lower winning total. As Joe Flacco found his footing after coming back from a serious knee injury, Baltimore leaned on its defense to get a win.
2) 66 -- Mike Wallace was signed to be a deep threat for Joe Flacco. His 66-yard touchdown catch was just what the Ravens needed. For Wallace, it was his longest reception since Oct. 11, 2012 when he caught an 82-yard touchdown pass against the Titans.
3) 11 -- Shareece Wright stepped up with 11 tackles vs. Buffalo, which is a career high. His previous combined tackle high for a single game was 9 last season against Seattle on Dec. 13. In need of an unlikely standout to help in the containment of Bills QB Tyrod Taylor, the Ravens found it in Wright.
4) 160 -- Total yards surrendered by Baltimore’s defense in Sunday’s win. From a yardage perspective, that would have been the best defensive performance of last season by a wide margin. The lowest total allowed in 2015 was 213 yards vs. the Rams in Week 11.
5) 14-2 -- With the win, Joe Flacco’s career record in September home games improves to 14-2. He threw for 258 yards on 23-of-34 passing and a touchdown in the victory.