The Baltimore Ravens have set an NFL record with touchdowns on each of their first 12 trips into the red zone this season.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, they are the first team in league history to do so.
"We've had a good mix," Joe Flacco said. "I think we've probably thrown the ball in six times and run the ball in six times. If you can do both of those things, especially when you get down tight inside the 5-yard line. ... That helps a lot. It takes a lot of pressure off your offense. We've got good playmakers, and we put a lot of pressure on the defense with the guys that we have out there."
The Ravens have seen seven different players score touchdowns in the red zone.
From 2013 to 2016, Baltimore scored touchdowns 50 percent of the time in the red zone (104-of-208), which ranked No. 30 in the NFL.