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49ers vs. Ravens: A prospector's guide

We take a look at pertinent facts, figures and history in the Week 6 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.

The San Francisco 49ers return home this week for a two-game homestand. They will face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, and then follow that up with a short week before facing the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday. The Seahawks game will be nationally broadcast on CBS, but the Ravens game is likely to be fairly limited. The game gets Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon in the booth, which likely means a primarily regional coverage. We'll have more on that later in the day.

The 49ers are coming off a brutal loss to the New York Giants, losing on the Giants final drive. This marked the team's fourth straight defeat. After back-to-back poor offensive performances, Colin Kaepernick and company finally got it going in the second half against the Giants. Unfortunately, the defense regressed following its strong showing against the Green Bay Packers the week prior. Will we finally see both units perform well on Sunday, or will the inconsistency remain a fixture of 49ers football in 2015?

We're back with another prospector's guide. The 49ers get their media schedule going early Wednesday morning with Ravens head coach John Harbaugh conducting an 8:00 a.m. PT conference call with Bay Area media. He is followed at 8:50 a.m. by Joe Flacco. Jim Tomsula returns for his first "Ravens week" press conference at 10:30 a.m. That is followed by. Colin Kaepernick and Thomas McGaughey who will be at the podium starting at 11:45. The locker room is open from 12 to 12:45, and practice is set at 2 p.m. We'll get the practice participation report sometime later in the afternoon.

On Thursday, the coordinators speak, with Eric Mangini and Geep Chryst scheduled for 11:45 a.m. The locker room is open after that until 12:45, and then practice is set for 2:40 p.m. On Friday, Jim Tomsula speaks at 11:55 a.m., practice is set for 12:40 a.m., and the locker room will be open after practice. There is no word yet on if the 49ers will depart on Friday or Saturday.

Matchups: 5
Series Record: Ravens lead series 4-1
49ers Home Record vs. Ravens: Series tied 1-1
First Meeting: 11/17/96, 49ers win 38-20, at SF
Last Meeting: 2/3/13, Ravens win 34-31, at NO (s)
Current Streak: Lost 4
Longest 49ers Win Streak: 1 - (11/17/96)
Longest Ravens Win Streak: 4 - (11/30/03 - 2/3/13)
Most 49ers Points: 38 (11/17/96): 49ers win 38-20, at SF
Most Ravens Points: 34 - (2/3/13): Ravens win 34-31, at NO (s) 49ers Shutouts: None
Ravens Shutouts: None
(s) - Super Bowl XLVII

S Antoine Bethea

  • In 7 career games vs. Bal., has registered 44 tackles, 3 INTs and 5 PDs.
  • As a member of the Indianapolis Colts, recorded 10 tackles at Bal. (1/6/13) (AFC-W).

WR Anquan Boldin

  • As a rookie with the Arizona Cardinals, recorded 6 receptions for a team-high 95 yards vs. Bal. (10/12/03).
  • Registered game highs and season highs in receptions (14), yards (181) and TDs (2) at Bal. (9/23/07), with the Cardinals.

LB NaVorro Bowman

  • Recorded a team-high 12 tackles at Bal. (11/24/11).
  • Tied a team-high with 11 tackles vs. Bal. (2/3/13) (SB XLVII).

LB Ahmad Brooks

  • In 5 career games vs. Bal., including the postseason, recorded 23 tackles and 2.0 sacks.
  • As a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, registered 8 tackles, 1.0 sack for 7 yards and 1 FF vs. Bal. (9/10/07).
  • Recorded 6 solo tackles and brought down Ravens QB Joe Flacco for 1.0 sack vs. Bal. (2/3/13) (SB XLVII).

K Phil Dawson

  • In 26 career games vs. Bal., has successfully converted 35 of 37 FG attempts, including 7 of 7 from 50-or-more yards, and 38 of 39 PATs.
  • As a member of the Cleveland Browns, converted FGs from 50, 51 and 52 yards at Bal. (9/27/12).

2015 Statistics

49ERS (rank) RAVENS (rank)
1-4 (4th NFCW) Record 1-4 (4th AFCN)
15.0 (32nd) Points per game 24.6 (10th)
307.2 (29th) Total Offense 359.4 (12th)
129.0 (5th) Rushing Offense 118.0 (15th)
178.2 (31st) Passing Offense 241.4 (17th)
28:59 (25th) Possession Avg 28:14 (t-26th)
28.0 (27th) Points allowed/gm 27.4 (25th)
406.8 (31st) Total Defense 378.6 (24th)
108.0 (17th) Rushing Defense 100.4 (14th)
298.8 (30th) Passing Defense 278.2 (25th)
9 (t-19th) Sacks 15 (t-6th)
44.5 (23rd) Punting Avg (Gross) 49.0 (4th)
-4 (27th) Turnover Differential -3 (t-19th)