Strategy: Jim Caldwell is a strong proponent of the no-huddle, calling it on 33 of 71 offensive snaps as the shotgun formation was used 25 times. They were much more patient with the running game, grinding out yards and controlling the clock in a tight contest. With tight ends failing to produce, they were targeted only three times as this evolves into a wide-receiver first scheme emphasizing Torrey Smith and Marlon Brown outside and Brandon Stokley moving the chains out of the slot. The Ravens now seem to understand and accept what they're working with offensively. Dean Pees called an aggressive blitz package, frequently sending middle linebacker Daryl Smith on fire blitzes to complement the edge pass rushing of outside linebackers Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil, generating five sacks and a dozen quarterback hits on Brandon Weeden. There was more zone coverage mixed in with man-to-man techniques.