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Baltimore Ravens 2006 Season Total


  Ravens Season Totals  
Week Opponent Points W/L Offense effect Net effect Defense effect
1 Bucs 27 W 142.25 142.25 0.00
2 Raiders 28 W 85.93 41.63 44.30
3 Browns 15 W 82.50 55.17 27.33
4 Chargers 16 W 46.40 -13.75 60.15
5 Broncos 3 L 15.85 -71.25 87.10
6 Panthers 21 L 66.63 -44.53 111.17
7 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
8 Saints 35 W 121.87 77.90 43.97
9 Bengals 26 W 125.45 50.58 74.87
10 Titans 27 W 86.92 6.43 80.48
11 Falcons 24 W 152.45 128.30 24.15
12 Steelers 27 W 125.90 125.90 0.00
13 Bengals 7 L 19.00 -57.98 76.98
14 Chiefs 20 W 130.50 90.08 40.42
15 Browns 27 W 97.35 28.20 69.15
16 Steelers 31 W 159.53 145.67 13.87
17 Bills 19 W 79.05 40.05 39.00
Playoff 1 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 2 Colts 6 L 55.00 -51.90 106.90
Playoff 3 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 4 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Regular Season Avg 96.10 46.54 49.56
Playoff Avg   55.00 -51.90 106.90

Notes: The Ravens scored high from a PossessionPoints viewpoint. Their offense ranked a strong 13 out of 32 teams, and their defense actually outperformed their peers with a league best of 49.5 PossessionPoints allowed per game. The Ravens were the only team to achieve a "green" defensive indicator and only one of 2 teams to achieve a "green" net effect for the season. With so much green on their regular season chart, the Ravens surprised us all with their "all red" performance in the playoffs against the Colts.

Looking ahead to 2007, if the Ravens can enhance their offense just a bit, they may be unstoppable. The Ravens went the direction PossessionPoints would have suggested with their draft of five offensive players in their first seven picks including "stealing" QB Troy Smith in the 5th round.