The recent success of the Baltimore pass defense continued in Week 16 as the Ravens held the Pittsburgh offense to just 198 passing yards.
The Baltimore defense has allowed just 190.6 passing yards per game over the last five weeks.
The Baltimore defense will face a stiff test in Week 14 when they host the Seattle Seahawks, who have averaged 459.0 total yards of offense over the last three weeks.
The Baltimore defense is on pace to establish a new franchise-low in turnovers forced.
The Baltimore Ravens will attempt to slow Cleveland QB Josh McCown in Week 12, who threw for 457 yards when the two teams met in Week 5.
The Baltimore Ravens will host the St. Louis Rams and quarterback Case Keenum in Week 11.
The Baltimore Ravens are tied for last among NFL teams with just four forced turnovers through eight games.
The Baltimore defense is 30th among NFL teams in pass defense, giving up 283.9 passing yards per game to opposing quarterbacks.
The Baltimore defense will face the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, who lead in the NFL in total yards per game, averaging 430.7 yards each week.
The Baltimore Ravens are 30th among NFL defenses with just four forced turnovers this season.
The Baltimore Ravens travel to San Francisco to face the 29th ranked 49ers offense on Sunday.
The Baltimore Ravens will face the improved passing attack of the Cleveland Browns in Week 5.
The Baltimore run defense faces a tough week 4 matchup in Pittsburgh's Le'Veon Bell.
The Baltimore Ravens will look to hand Andy Dalton his first sack of the 2015 season on Sunday.