Running back Willis McGahee reached two milestones in the Ravens' romp over the Dolphins on Sunday. He went on 1,000-yards receiving in his career with a 32-yard touchdown catch and run. He also passed the 6,000-yard career-rushing mark as well with 24 rush yards.
The touchdown was the 58th of McGahee's career (54 rushing), and his 34th with the Ravens, third most in team history. He has 2,653 rush yards with the Ravens, second most behind Jamal Lewis.
Other numbers worth noting from the Miami game:
-- Ray Rice had 180 total yards from scrimmage, the 18th time he's gone over 100yards in his career. It was his third highest total behind a 219-yard effort against the Lions and 194 yards against the Vikings, both last season.
-- Ed Reed's third interception in two games gives him 49 since 2002 (his first year), and that ranks first in the league during that period.
-- Baltimore's 402 total yards were their second most of the season, behind 415 against Denver.
The Ravens are 11-1 when they have at least 375 total net yards under John Harbaugh. They are also 20-2 when rushing for at least 125 yards in a game.
-- Joe Flacco has thrown 129 consecutive passes without throwing an interception, the third longest streak in team history. Eric Zeier went 175 games over 1997-98, and Steve McNair went 162 in 2006.