Who is likely to go all the way and win the Super Bowl this season?
The 2013 NFL season has already produced some of the best highlights, stunning plays and amazing statistics ever seen by American Football fans.
However, with countdown to the playoffs and the Super Bowl well underway, fanatix looks at who is leading the pack and who will have to rely on a lot of luck to make it to the big dance.
All Stats correct as of November 30, 2013
10. Baltimore Ravens
Team stats 2013-14
Points: 20.8 (24th in league)
Yards: 309.8 (29th)
Pass yards: 227.9 (19th)
Rush yards 81.1 (28th)
Complete Team stats – Baltimore v 2013-14 opponents
|Total First Downs||218||208|
|1st Downs (Rush-Pass-By Penalty)||53 – 136 – 29||56 – 131 – 21|
|3rd Down Conversions||73/194||58/177|
|4th Down Conversions||5/8||7/13|
|Total Offensive Yds||3708||3948|
|Offense (Plays-Avg Yds)||811 – 4.6||778 – 5.1|
|Total Rushing Yds||973||1201|
|Rushing (Plays-Avg Yards)||333 – 2.9||323 – 3.7|
|Total Passing Yds||2735||2747|
|Passing (Comp-Att-Int-Avg)||262 – 439 – 14 – 6.8||244 – 418 – 9 – 7.1|
|(Rush-Pass-Ret-Def)||6 – 15 – 1 – 1||2 – 19 – 0 – 2|
|Time of Possession||30:58||30:20|
They have still got a long way to got to be worthy of a playoff contender that, rather than just simply making up the numbers, but last year’s fairytale story of the league is starting to show signs of improvement.
The offence is their biggest concerns as they have had to deal with plenty of turnover from their Superbowl winning season last year.
But it is possible for them to turn around and make the above stats, and their 6-6 record, look below average if they can get momentum and go on a late season run.