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A quasi-expansion franchise that stemmed from the Browns moving from Cleveland to Baltimore, The Ravens, based on the poem of Baltimore resident Edgar Allen Poe, have been in the NFL since 1996. To date, their only Super Bowl appearance was in 2000 when the purchase of Ravens tickets allowed fans to watch as they defeated the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV, making them one of only four teams in the NFL to be victorious in their lone Super Bowl appearance. In 2011 the team had one of its most successful season in history in which the Ravens allowed fans to witness a sweep of the AFC North for the first time in five years. The largest rivalry the team is involved in is the one they enjoy with the Pittsburgh Steelers, a rivalry that finds its basis in the teams' shared philosophy of physical, smash-mouth football. Fans with access to Ravens tickets have a chance to see this rivalry first hand, and while it is fierce, it is highlighted by the mutual respect that fans of both teams have for each other. Other rivalries exist between the Ravens and the Cleveland Browns, Washington Redskins, and Cincinnati Bengals, adding spice to many of the games played throughout the regular season. Ravens tickets offer fans a chance to participate in these rivalries, cheering on the team they love in its quest to dominate the division once again. The chance to enjoy home games that offer so much excitement or a key factor as to why the Ravens are so popular among fans, and are indicative of the strong desire for Ravens tickets.

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4-18-14: Joe Flacco and the Baltimore Ravens didn’t meet expectations in their defense of their 2012 Super Bowl win, so they’ll head into a pretty tough preseason schedule to try to rectify a poor season going into 2014. The Baltimore Ravens preseason schedule kicks off at home against Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers, where we’ll clearly have another episode of the “Harbaugh Bowl”. Week two brings Baltimore to Dallas to take on the Cowboys, where Tony Romo (back) may or may not be ready to take the field. That game is followed up by a date with the Washington Redskins in Baltimore, with the Ravens finishing their 2014 preseason run against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints on the road. It’s a very stiff run of games that showcase some defensive battles, as well as the Ravens taking on some very explosive offenses. It should be a very exciting August.

4-7-14: Baltimore struggled on offense in 2013 thanks to injuries and the fact that they traded away Anquan Boldin, so addressing that side of the ball was key to start this offseason. They did so right away, as they re-signed Dennis Pitta and brought in Owen Daniels to secure themselves at tight end, and also brought in former Panthers star wide receiver, Steve Smith. With the offense hopefully less predictable, Baltimore also made sure to keep their defense going in a positive direction, as they retained the effective Daryl Smith at inside linebacker and also brought in safety Darian Stewart. Arguably their biggest signing came from within, though, as they brought back stud offensive tackle Eugene Monroe to make sure Joe Flacco would have solid protection for years to come.

3-21-14: One of Baltimore’s biggest weaknesses in 2013 was their lack of a go-to offensive playmaker. They shipped off the steady Anquan Boldin to the 49ers last offseason and couldn’t overcome that and the loss of Dennis Pitta (hip) for most of the season. Bringing in former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith just might correct that problem going into 2014. The Ravens also aimed to keep their offensive line steady, as they retained the hulking Eugene Monroe and let Michael Oher walk in free agency. They capped a very solid offseason by holding onto the now healthy Pitta, as well as inside linebacker Daryl Smith. The Ravens missed out on the playoffs last year, but with a solid showing in free agency and hopefully a stellar draft, they shouldn’t have much trouble getting back into the mix in 2014.

12-31-13: The Baltimore Ravens were tied with the Cincinnati Bengals at 17, all, and then it all went away. Despite the playoffs being within their grasp, Baltimore threw the game away in a flury of Joe Flacco interceptions, missing out on the post-season thanks to a 34-17 loss.

12-24-13: A week after marching into Detroit and beating a desperate Lions team, an equally desperate Ravens team couldn’t take care of business on their own field. Joe Flacco was not his usual poised self and the Ravens simply couldn’t generate any offense in a crushing 41-7 loss in Baltimore.

12-17-13: The Ravens failed to score a single touchdown against the Detroit Lions in week 15, but made the right throws and came up with the big plays on defense to help pull out a thrilling 18-16 win on the road. Justin Tucker was the man of the hour, as he nailed all six of his field goal tries, including the eventual game-winning 61-yarder that ended up being the deciding score.

12-10-13: The Ravens and Vikings saved their best for the final period. Sitting with a narrow 7-6 lead, Baltimore decided to go off for 22 fourth quarter points, while the Vikings were right there with them with 20 of their own. It was Joe Flacco and co. getting the last laugh at home, however, as Flacco zinged the game-winning touchdown pass to Marlon Brown with just four seconds left. The close 29-26 win kept Baltimore’s faint playoff hopes alive.

12-3-13: The old, gritty matchups between the Ravens and Steelers lived on in week 13, as the two sides fought hard until the very end. Baltimore struggled mightily to run the ball, but Joe Flacco topped 250 passing yards and didn’t make any huge mistakes, while the Ravens’ defense held strong in the end of a narrow 22-20 win at home.

11-26-13: Joe Flacco played better than expected against a Rex Ryan defense in week 12, completing over 65% of his passes and connecting on a beautiful 66-yard touchdown to help Baltimore to a 19-3 home win over the Jets. Baltimore abused rookie quarterback Geno Smith in this one, as well, sacking him three times and forcing him into three turnovers.

11-19-13: Ray Rice scored early to help the Ravens go up 10-0 on the road. Then mother nature took over. Baltimore’s road contest with the Bears was halted for over an hour due to poor weather. Rice continued on for over 100 rushing yards once the game commenced, but Baltimore couldn’t get it done in week 11, falling to the Bears on the road in overtime, 23-20.

11-12-13: Joe Flacco through two touchdowns and the Ravens were efficient in overtime to help them prevent a horrible collapse after a hail mary by the Cincinnati Bengals forced overtime. Baltimore ended up letting this one be close, but was clearly in control throughout, forcing Andy Dalton to throw three picks and sacking him fives times. The Ravens continued to struggle to run the ball effectively in this one, but did enough to earn the 20-17 win and get closer to .500 at 4-5.

11-5-13: The Baltimore Ravens had dominated the Cleveland Browns with 11 straight wins. All streaks have to end sometime. The Ravens stayed close throughout and made it just a three-point game with 12 minutes left in the fourth quarter, but simply couldn’t establish a rushing attack or get the Browns off the field when it mattered most, as they lost to their division rival, 24-18.

10-22-13: The Ravens knew what they were in for in week seven as they took on the division rival Pittsburgh Steelers on the road, and they got exactly what they thought they would. It was a dog fight throughout this one, and despite only allowing one sack and committing no turnovers, the Ravens simply weren’t effective enough on offense to knock off the Steelers on the road. Baltimore made a late run to tie the game at 16, all, but watched as Pittsburgh kicker Shaun Suisham knocked in the winning field goal as time expired to take the week seven win, 19-16.

10-15-13: Joe Flacco rebounded from three rough quarters that saw him get sacked five times and lose a fumble to nearly lead the Ravens to a come from behind win at home. Unfortunately, Flacco’s two late touchdown passes weren’t enough against the Green Bay Packers, who used 120 rushing yards from rookie running back Eddie Lacy to ice this one, 19-17. Baltimore dropped to 3-3 on the year despite a solid defensive effort that included three sacks, an interception and a fumble recovery.

10-8-13: Joe Flacco was once again not on an elite level, but he and the Ravens offense did just enough to help the reigning Super Bowl champs get to 3-2 after five games. Ray Rice was the star of the day, as he found his way to two rushing scores despite the Miami Dolphins bottling him up for the most part on the ground, allowing him to just 74 rushing yards on 27 carries. Baltimore’s defense did some ‘bottling’ of their own in this one, however, as they held the Fins to just 22 total rushing yards and sacked Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill a whopping six times. In a gritty defensive battle, Justin Tucker’s 44-yard field goal with under two minutes remaining was fittingly the deciding factor in the close 26-23 win for Baltimore.

10-1-13: Despite not having thrown an interception in nearly 80 passing attempts, the normally cool and collected Joe Flacco unraveled in week four at Buffalo, as he threw five costly interceptions en route to a narrow 23-20 loss to the Bills. Flacco was both the hero and the goat in this one, as he helped lead the Ravens back from a 20-7 deficit to a near-win, but ultimately made too many mistakes, while also taking four sacks. Part of the Ravens’ struggles stemmed from an ineffective rushing attack, as Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce combined for just 24 yards on nine rushing attempts. The loss dropped the reigning Super Bowl champs to 2-2 and raised questions about the offensive play-calling with so few runs called in the second half.

9-19-13: The Browns and Ravens were expected to engage in a defensive battle and they did just that in week two, as neither team’s passing game could light up the field. Ray Rice exited this one with a hip injury, which gave way to bruising backup running back Bernard Pierce, who grinded out 57 rushing yards and a touchdown on 19 carries. Baltimore would end up winning the game 14-6 as they evened up their record at 1-1. Next week, the Ravens host the Texans.

9-10-13: For the Ravens, Joe Flacco clearly missed the presence of some of his more reliable options in the passing game, too, as he threw two picks and struggled to move Baltimore’s offense in the deflating 49-27 loss in Denver. The Ravens look to rebound next week when the host the Browns at M&T Bank on Sunday afternoon.

8-16-13: Thanks to 20 4th quarter points the Ravens were able to win defeat the Atlanta Falcons 27-23 in their second preseason game. Joe Flacco played the first half and completed 7 of 9 passes for 118 yards, a TD, and an interception. Tyrod Taylor played the second was also solid, completing 5 of 9 passes for 83 yards and 2 TDs (1 pick).

8-11-13: The defending champion Ravens opened up the 2013 preseason in style, defeating the Buccaneers 44-16. Backup QB Tyrod Taylor threw for 154 yards and 2 TDs while completing 13 of 23 passes.

7-10-13: The Super Bowl champion Ravens watched Ray Lewis walk off into retirement, and then proceeded to dismantle their title-winning roster. Anquan Boldin was traded to the 49ers and the Ravens let Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe and Ed Reed leave via free agency. The team brought in Elvis Dumervil and Michael Huff in on the cheap and drafted well, but will the cost-cutting moves be enough for them to stage a repeat title run?

6-12-13: The Ravens won the Super Bowl in 2012, and despite a good amount of turnover, Baltimore still figures to field a very competitive team again in 2013. Ray Lewis is retired, Anquan Boldin was traded to the 49ers, and Ed Reed signed with the Houston Texans. All bad news, to be sure, but Baltimore saved cash and made smart, cheap acquisitions in Rolando McClain, Michael Huff and Elvis Dumervil. Instead of a complete drop-off, Baltimore fans might not be crazy to start hitting their chest and boldly predicting a Super Bowl repeat. It’s unlikely, but the Ravens still look very good on paper and they should make things very interesting in the AFC North.

2013 Ravens Draft Overview:

  • Round 1, Pick 32: Matt Elam, S, Florida
  • Round 2, Pick 24 (from Seattle): Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State
  • Round 3, Pick 32: Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern State
  • Round 4, Pick 32: John Simon, DE, Ohio State
  • Round 4, Pick 33 (Compensatory Selection): Kyle Juszczyk, FB, Harvard
  • Round 5, Pick 35 (Compensatory Selection): Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
  • Round 6, Pick 32: Kapron Lewis-Moore, DE, Notre Dame
  • Round 6, Pick 35 (Compensatory Selection): Ryan Jensen, OT, Colorado State-Pueblo
  • Round 7, Pick 32: Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
  • Round 7, Pick 41 (Compensatory Selection): Marc Anthony, CB, California

    1-20-13: The Ravens are headed to the Super Bowl after defeating the New England Patriots 28-13 in the AFC Championship game. They will play the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans on February 3rd

    1-9-13: The Ravens were victorious in the emotional return of their heart and soul player, Ray Lewis. Winning 24-9 over a hot Colts team is just what they needed heading into their next matchup with the Denver Broncos. In what will surely be a chess match between two future hall of famers (Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis) the Ravens will try and impose their physicality onto the Broncos in Denver. Although the Ravens offense struggled at times this season, they seemed to come together toward the end. Despite the offense picking up, the defense struggled without Ray Lewis, and the team finished the year going 1-4 in its last five games. Many were stunned by the way they beat the Colts, but one can never count out the Ravens and their experienced roster.

    12-4-12: The Ravens blew on opportunity at home to clinch the AFC North against the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. At 9-3 with a slew of injuries to key players on their defense, the Ravens will hope to limp into the post season and earn a bye week. The ravens will split their final four games 2-2 on the road and at home. With no word yet on the status of LB Terrell Suggs the Ravens will face a strong test on the road in Washington against RG III and the Redskins.