Ravens Super Bowl season fast facts

Bisciotti comes on board: The NFL approved the sale of 49 percent of the Ravens to business executive Steve Bisciotti on March 27. Bisciotti was approved as owner in April 2004.

Ravens drought: Ravens finished October 2-3 and didn't score a touchdown all month. Trent Dilfer replaced Tony Banks on Oct. 29.

Defensive juggernaut: The Ravens defense set a regular season record by allowing 165 total points.

Super celebration: More than 200,000 people attended the Ravens victory parade on a cold rainy day on Jan. 30.

Soaking up the limelight: The Ravens, defending Super Bowl Champs, began training camp in July 2001 as the debut team for HBO's "Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Baltimore Ravens."

Shutout: The Ravens defense has posted 10 shutouts all time, four of them came in 2000, against the Steelers (Sept. 3), the Bengals (Sept. 24), the Browns (Oct. 1) and the Cowboys (Nov. 11).

Ravens nation: The 2000 season set an attendance record for the Ravens, with an announced attendance of 1,616,368 for the season.

Top tacklers: Ray Lewis led the team in solo tackles with 120, followed by Jamie Sharper with 68 and Rod Woodson with 65.

Passing trends: Trent Dilfer led the team in passing touchdowns with 12, but Tony Banks completed 150 passes to Dilfer's 134 completions.

Flip of the coin: The Ravens were 7-0 in the regular season and 3-0 in the postseason after losing the coin toss

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