Ravens

/ by Daniel Martin
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Here are five Ruth's Chris Sizzling Stats that helped to determine the outcome of Sunday's Ravens win over Cincinnati.

1 -- The number of players in NFL history who have made three field goals of 50+ yards in the first half of a game. That man’s name? Justin Tucker. On Sunday. He hit from 52, 54 and 57, then added a 36-yarder for good measure later in the game to finish 4-of-4 for the game.

3.2 -- The number of yards per rush allowed by Baltimore’s defense vs. Cincinnati, which is actually less than the team’s season average. That’s remarkable considering that the Ravens came into the game leading the league by allowing just 3.4 yards per rush to opponents.

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4 -- Fumbles by Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton, two of which were lost. That included the the game-sealing fumble on the Bengals’ last drive.

2 -- Career touchdowns now for Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman after a beautiful catch in the back of the end zone that opened the scoring on Sunday. It was the team’s lone touchdown to go along with four Justin Tucker field goals.

6.38 -- A continuing area of concern: Joe Flacco’s yards per pass attempt this season, which ranks toward the bottom of the league. Only Blake Bortles, Blaine Gabbert and Brock Osweiler average less. Flacco averaged 6.5 yards per attempt in Sunday’s win.