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."
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