This is from another blog entry, but I figured I'd share them for anyone interested from a defensive standpoint. These are the charts from the Ravens game based on what their offense did: You'll see in the chart above that Baltimore worked the middle and right side against the Patriots secondary, targeting the short right part of the field a staggering 17 times, and also had a fair amount of success throwing the ball down the field. Going deep against New England they completed 60% of their passes to the deep left and middle part of the field, while finishing just 2-of-6 to the right - which was Devin McCourty's side of the field. Here's a look at the running game: You'll see in the above diagram that the Ravens had success running behind left guard, which is where they ran the most Sunday night. They carried the football 12 times for 55 yards and a touchdown. Again, just thought I'd pass this along. For those wondering the directions are based on how they're officially scored by the league on the stat sheets.