By The Numbers preview of Bengals-Ravens

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd is tackled by Buffalo Bills’ Preston Brown during their 16-12 loss to the Buffalo Bills Sunday, Nov. 20 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Woods was injured on the play. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF
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Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd is tackled by Buffalo Bills’ Preston Brown during their 16-12 loss to the Buffalo Bills Sunday, Nov. 20 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Woods was injured on the play. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

By the numbers preview for the Bengals and Ravens, who meet at 1 p.m. Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium:

1 — Rushing touchdowns needed by Andy Dalton to tie Ken Anderson's franchise record of 20 for a career.

2 — Rushing touchdowns Jeremy Hill needs to tie his single-season career high of 11.

3 – Opponent fumble recoveries by the Bengals this season, tied with Chicago for fewest in the NFL.

3 – Opponent fumble recoveries needed to avoid setting a new franchise record for fewest in a season.

10 – Field goals of at least 50 yards kicked by Baltimore's Justin Tucker, one shy of Blair Walsh's single-season NFL record of 11.

12 – Blocked kicks by the Ravens since 2014, most in the NFL.

15.8 — Average points allowed by the Bengals since Week 9, third fewest in the league (New England, 12.2; New York Giants, 15.0).

16 – Receiving yards needed by Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace to post the third 1,000-yard season of his career and 12th in franchise history.

17.9 – Average first downs allowed by the Baltimore defense, second fewest in the league.

18 – League-leading interceptions recorded by Baltimore this season.

20 – Consecutive seasons the Ravens have held opponents to a 4.0 rushing average of less, the longest streak in the NFL.

22 — Third-down receptions by Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd, most in the league among rookies.

28 – Turnovers forced by the Ravens, third most in the league.

111 – Consecutive games played by the Bengals' Domata Peko, the most in the league among active defensive tackles.

128 – Passing yards needed by Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco to break Vinny Testaverde's single-season franchise record of 4,177, which has stood since the team's inaugural season in 1996.

137 — Passing yards Dalton trails San Diego's Philip Rivers by for the AFC lead.

158 — Consecutive plays the Bengals defense has gone without forcing a turnover, dating back to second quarter of Cleveland game Dec. 11.

205 — Receiving yards needed by Cincinnati's Brandon LaFell to reach 1,000 for the season.

14,697 – Career receiving yards by Baltimore's Steve Smith, most among NFL active players and seventh in league history.