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Baltimore Ravens Tickets Information
Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium
1101 Russell St, Baltimore, MD 21230
Super Bowl wins: 2000 (XXXV), 2012 (XLVII)
Notable players: Joe Flacco (QB), Torrey Smith (WR), Terrell Suggs (OLB)
Rivals: Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots
In the 2012-13 season, the Baltimore Ravens won their second Super Bowl. And though last season as defending champions the Ravens did not make it to the playoffs, they look to gear up and begin this upcoming season with force, to once again conquer the AFC.
The team lost Ray Lewis and Ed Reed after the Super Bowl, and relied on players like Joe Flacco and Ray Rice to lead the team after their exit. Yet without the two NFL greats, the Ravens couldn’t seem to find solid ground, finishing 8-8 last season. But there is hope to recreate the Ravens of 2012. Along with Flacco and Rice, there is Michael Oher and Terrell Suggs, who combined make up a strong offense. In effort to replace the loss of the two great defensemen, the team looked to the 2014 NFL Draft. They found C.J. Mosley, an All-American inside linebacker from Alabama, taking him in the first round at No. 17 overall.
This season should be an exciting time to watch a Ravens game live, as they re-develop and push their way back to the top. Baltimore Ravens tickets will be a hot-commodity this season, so be sure to check the game schedule to get yourself in the action.
Baltimore Ravens Rivals
Ravens v. Steelers
The rivalry between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers is known to be the most heated in the NFL. They are in the same division, the AFC North, and they hate each other. See, for example, Terrell Suggs’ bounty claim on Steelers’ Hines Ward that was investigated by the NFL. The two teams are the only ones in the AFC North to win the Super Bowl, and each have done so twice since their first meeting in 1996. Neither team has won more than 5 games in a row against the other. Eight of their last 12 meetings since 2008 have been decided by just three points. Talk body an even matchup. And though the Steelers have an overall advantage, leading 23-16, the Ravens have raised the stakes recently, winning 4 of the last 6 games the two teams have played. The Ravens have also won a Super Bowl more recently (2012) than the Steelers, who won in 2008.
Ravens v. Patriots
For two of the last three AFC Championships, the Ravens have faced the New England Patriots (2012, 2013). Each team won once—the Ravens more recently in 2013 and the Patriots in 2012. With big-time quarterbacks, Joe Flacco and Tom Brady, both teams have a strong offense and a hard-hitting defense. Though the Ravens-Steelers rivalry may be a longer, more established one, the games against the Patriots have been more critical lately, and perhaps have begun the start of a new long-standing rivalry.
Baltimore Ravens Schedule 2014
This season, the Ravens will battle all of their foes in the AFC North like the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals. Out of division, the Ravens will take on teams from the AFC South and NFC South. Teams like the Panthers and Vikings will visit M&T Bank Stadium during the 2014 season for big games. The Baltimore Ravens schedule is filled with plenty of fun games, so check out the games you want to see this year.
Key Home Games
Week 1 vs. Cincinnati Bengals - The Bengals took the division last year, and the Ravens will look to make sure that was a fluke. Baltimore is only a year removed from a Super Bowl, and a Week 1 win will be a great start towards another title.
Week 4 vs. Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton brings an explosive and dangerous Panthers team to Baltimore to square off against the notoriously stingy Baltimore Ravens defense.
Week 17 vs. Cleveland Browns - Johnny Manziel will make his first trip to Baltimore, and he may be starting by this point in a game that could have potential playoff implications for both teams.