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2014 Baltimore Ravens ticket info

After a disappointing 8-8 season in 2013, the Baltimore Ravens are looking to bounce back in 2014 and reclaim the AFC North throne. Baltimore Ravens tickets are always in demand, and are sure to remain so this year. The team plays its first three games are against divisional opponents —the Cincinnati Bengals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Cleveland Browns—which will only increase the early season popularity of Ravens tickets throughout the Baltimore metro area.

Visiting fans will have trouble staking out a piece of real estate in the M&T Bank Stadium seats so often full of Ravens fans wearing purple and black.

 

It’s a guarantee that each and every one of the 71,008 M&T Bank Stadium seats will be occupied for at least the first few weeks of the season, and likely for the rest of the year if the Ravens can get off to a hot start. As Baltimore fans can attest, during the 2012 Super Bowl run, Ravens tickets were in short supply as the team progressed toward the NFL’s ultimate prize.

 

Quarterback Joe Flacco will again lead the Ravens’ offense this year, where he’ll have plenty of targets at his disposal in the passing game. WR Jacoby Jones, TE Dennis Pitta, and WR Torrey Smith are back for Baltimore again, and the team has added veteran WR Steve Smith to the fold in the hopes of airing the ball out against some of the league’s stingiest defenses.

 

On defense, the Ravens will rely on DT Terrence Cody, LB Elvis Dumervil, DT Haloti Ngata, and LB Terrell Suggs up the middle. As far as defensive backs go, S Matt Elam, CB Jimmy Smith and CB Lardarius Webb form the team’s core.

 

Sam Koch is also back as Baltimore’s punter, one of the league’s more underrated special teamers.

On paper, the Ravens have a roster capable of competing with the NFL’s best teams, but it remains to be seen whether the players can shake off last year’s mediocre performance and return to the pinnacle of the sport. For those holding Ravens tickets, the team’s battle to return to greatness can be seen firsthand.

Baltimore Ravens upcoming season preview

Baltimore Ravens tickets are very difficult to come by as fans jump at every chance to see the defending Super Bowl champions. This is a model franchise that has made the playoffs nine times since 2000, so buy Ravens tickets online now. The Ravens have won two Lombardi Trophies and fourAFCNorth crowns and are the only NFL team to have a perfect record in multiple Super Bowl appearances. Buy Baltimore Ravens tickets and see if this well-rounded team can duplicate its thrilling run from last season, when it knocked offIndianapolis,Denver,New EnglandandSan Franciscoen route to the mountaintop.

M&T Bank Stadium is the place every Ravens fan wants to go and the place every NFL opponent dreads.Baltimoreis basically unbeatable at M&T Bank Stadium, so get your Ravens tickets now.

Quarterback Joe Flacco signed a huge contract in the offseason, and deservedly so, after putting together a historic playoff performance. After throwing 22 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in the regular season, Flacco was simply perfect in the playoffs, tossing 11 touchdowns and no picks. Anquan Boldin has moved on, but Flacco retains plenty of dangerous weapons, including running back Ray Rice and speedy wideout Torrey Smith. Buy Ravens tickets online and see Flacco take his place among the game’s elite.

The defense will miss legendary linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed, but it remains one of the NFL’s stingiest units. Terrell Suggs is back to anchor a front that terrorizes opposing quarterbacks. Baltimore Ravens tickets are the only way you can see these superstars in person.

The Ravens have made the playoffs in five straight years under coach John Harbaugh, and there’s no sign of a dropoff. General manager Ozzie Newsome is the most respected personnel man in the game, and he continues to restock this team with hidden gems. Buy Ravens tickets and see youngsters like running back Bernard Pierce emerge.

The Baltimore Ravens’ schedule is full of can’t-miss showdowns, starting with home games against the archrival Pittsburgh Steelers and fellow division rivalsCincinnatiand Cleveland. The Ravens also hostNew England,Minnesota,Green BayandHoustonin juicy matchups. So get your Ravens tickets now!


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Baltimore Ravens football ticket info

The Baltimore Ravens, helmed by second-year head coach John Harbaugh, shocked the National Football League when they took an untested rookie quarterback, Joe Flacco, threw him to the lions, grabbed a playoff spot, and advanced all the way to the AFC Title Game.  Baltimore Ravens ticket holders are expecting more of the same (and then some!) from Harbaugh's gritty team this season.  M&T Bank Stadium tickets are selling like hotcakes and will be filled to capacity as the Baltimore Ravens take the field for the upcoming season.

Since professional football returned to the eastern Maryland area in 1996, Baltimore Ravens ticket holders have grown accustomed to one consistent thing: a bone-crushing, ball-hogging, blitzing defense.  The Baltimore Ravens ticket to success has always been their outstanding defense, and their roster reads like a veritable who's who of superstar defensive players: linebackers Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, and Brendon Ayanbadejo, defensive back Ed Reed and Dawan Landry, and defensive end Haloti Ngata just to name a few.

Led by future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis on the field, the Ravens defense strikes fear in the hearts of quarterbacks across the National Football League.  Lewis is a force of nature on the field and off, where his leadership skills drive his teammates to be the very best. Up until now, Baltimore Ravens ticket holders knew they could count on the defense to hold opposing teams in check, but the team struggled offensively.  Now, with quarterback Joe Flacco at the helm, fans have the confidence that the offense can step up and score the necessary points to win games and become an NFL powerhouse.
2008 Baltimore Ravens Tickets

2008 Baltimore Ravens ticket provide football fans with a close-up look at a team in transition. New head coach John Harbaugh was brought in to oversee that transition.
Harbaugh has brought a fiery demeanor to the Ravens, who were in need of a jump-start. But will that be enough to lead the Ravens back to the NFL Playoffs? The answers come with 2008 Baltimore Ravens tickets.
The Ravens are still led by a hard-hitting, veteran-laden defense, featuring superstars like linebackers Terrell Suggs and Ray Lewis, and cornerback Chris McAllister. But it’s on the offensive side of the ball where things are really starting to change for the Ravens. And that’s big sigh of relief for Baltimore Ravens ticket holders.
For the past several seasons, the Ravens were unable to create any continuity on offense. Veteran quarterback Steve McNair battled injuries throughout his tenure as the Ravens’ starter, and top draft pick Kyle Boler has not blossomed into the quarterback the Ravens were hoping for when they selected the former California Golden Bear in the first round of the NFL Draft.
But the Ravens have moved on, and, now, have a new quarterback of the future.
With the 18th pick in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft, Baltimore selected promising quarterback Joe Flacco out of Delaware. Armed with a powerful arm and a 6-6, 236-pound frame, Flacco has all the tools necessary to become an elite quarterback in the NFL. He threw for more than 4,200 yards with 23 touchdowns and only five interceptions during his standout senior season at Delaware.
The Ravens also looked to upgrade their running back situation in the 2008 NFL Draft. Willis McGahee, who was acquired from Buffalo before last season, rushed for more than 1,200 yards in his first year in a Baltimore uniform. But you get the idea Harbaugh was not satisfied with McGahee’s production.
In the second round of the 2008 NFL Draft, the Ravens selected Rutgers running back Ray Rice. As a member of the Scarlet Knights, Rice put up prolific numbers three straight seasons, helping Rutgers transform into a Big East contender.
Make sure to check out Baltimore Ravens tickets to see how these changes play out.

Top Ten Reasons to Buy Baltimore Ravens Tickets

1. New RB Willis McGahee - The Ravens acquired star running back Willis McGahee from the Bills this offseason. Expect great things from this explosive runner.
2. QB Steve McNair – The Baltimore Ravens ticket to another championship veteran quarterback Steve McNair. His leadership on and off the field takes the game to another level.
3. LB Ray Lewis and FS Ed Reed – Ray Lewis and Ed Reed are defensive monsters, and your Ravens ticket gets you in to see them on their home turf, where they're at their most frightening to opposing teams.
4. First Rounder G Ben Grubbs – The Ravens got good value for their first round pick, and Grubbs should be an instant starter on the O-line.
5. Head Coach Brian Billick – Always stylish Head Coach Brian Billick in his trademark leather jacket is a great play caller, but he also knows that the Ravens ticket to success is their fantastic defense.
6. Bruising Schedule – A Baltimore Ravens ticket gets you in to see some of the best teams the NFL has to offer, like the Jets, Cardinals, Rams, Patriots, and the Super Bowl Champion Colts.
7. Baltimore Inner Harbor and Camden Yards – M&T Bank Stadium in Camden Yards is one of the most beautiful and functional stadiums in the NFL. Make sure you take a tour through beautiful Baltimore Inner Harbor before or after the game, too.
8. Best Defense in Football? – Do the Ravens have the best defense in football? It seems like every year, they refuse to budge from the ranks of the NFL's elite. This year is no different.
9. Heated Rivalries of the AFC North – The AFC North has some of the bitterest rivalries in all the NFL. There's not a set of teams that hates each other more than the Ravens, Bengals, Browns, and Steelers.
10. 2007 AFC North Champs – The Baltimore Ravens ticket to success last year was an immovable defense led by Ray Lewis and a rock steady offense with Steve McNair at the helm. They rode these two grizzled veterans all the way the to NFC North Championship, and they've only gotten better in the off season.

Baltimore Ravens tickets have presented NFL fans with the probing question of how a team with such a dominant defense has managed to slip below .500 in the short time since they were garnering Super Bowl rings. Offensively the Ravens were never overpowering. The vaunted defense carried more than their share of the load. But when a running back like Jamal Lewis has his production cut in half something has to give. So what does a coach like Brian Billick do when his team falls to 6-10 and the fans in M & T Bank Stadium are howling for blood?

Ray Lewis, the Ravens top tier linebacker came out weeks before the draft saying Baltimore was in desperate need of a run stopper on the defensive line. Apparently Billick agreed, drafting tackle Holati Ngata with their first pick. The 340-pound Ngata, out of Oregon, fits the bill perfectly. As one of the few dominant run stoppers in the draft, many experts had Ngata pegged as going before the Ravens even had a shot at him. Ray Lewis has to be happy with the choice.

But the Ravens weren’t done with their defense and used their third round pick on cornerback David Pittman. Pittman spent most of his time at Northwestern State covering the opposition’s best receiver and teams learned quickly to avoid throwing his way. The Ravan should benefit greatly from the return of several starters from injuries. Ray Lewis is back after missing 11 games. Safety Ed Reese returns after missing six games and 2005 second round choice Dan Cody, a defensive end, is back after missing his rookie year. Throw in the signing of defensive end Trevor Pryce from Denver and Justin Bannan, a 300-pound tackle who saw time in Buffalo, and the Ravens are showing signs of regaining their former defensive glory.

The biggest surprise for fans at M & T Stadium though, may come on the offensive side of the ball. Billick and crew are talking up wide receiver Demetrius Williams of Oregon, taken in the fourth round. Rated as one of the top receivers in the draft, Williams slipped from the early rounds because of his slight build. Williams put up good numbers for the Ducks, averaging better than 16 yards a catch in his senior season. With Williams in the slot position, quarterback Kyle Boller will have an explosive target. Speaking of Boller, Billick watched his young QB respond to criticism by throwing six touchdown passes in the Ravens last two games, an indication that he’s finally developing into a solid NFL passer.

If the Ravens can field a defense anything close to where they were in 2000, those Ravens tickets that have frustrated the faithful fans at M & T will blossom into beauties once more. In fact, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where that won’t happen. To be on the safe side, order your Baltimore Ravens tickets today.

 


THIS PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
BUFFALO BILLS (7-8) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (12-3) TICKETS
4 p.m. Sunday
M & T Bank Stadium

The Ravens have clinched the AFC North. They’re now playing for the #2 seed and a bye week. Buffalo is out of the playoffs but still playing good football as they have all year. In fact, this game is important to the Bills as a measuring stick for how far they’ve come in just one season. We’re expecting a surprisingly strong game from Buffalo but with the Ravens defense and Steve McNair pulling the trigger, the Bills will go down.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 24, Buffalo Bills 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens quarterback Steve McNair will light up an improved but still average Bills secondary.

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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS (11-3) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7-7)
1 p.m. Sunday
Heinz Field

Can the Ravens keep their momentum against a desperate Steelers team? Pittsburgh absolutely has to have this one. The Ravens are already a lock for the playoffs and should carry the AFC North. The status of Steve McNair, who suffered a hand injury and was replaced by Kyle Boller, is still iffy. But with a great defense and a solid running game featuring Jamal Lewis, the Ravens should be able to handle the Steelers. Some pressure on Big Ben should go a long way towards rattling his cage and upsetting the Steelers playoff apple cart.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 24, Pittsburgh Steelers 20 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Let's go with Jamal Lewis against a depleted Steelers defense.

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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
CLEVELAND BROWNS (4-9) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (10-3) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

The Ravens have visions of Super Bowls dancing in their heads. But they also are remembering the scare they received from the Browns earlier in the season. Way back in Week 3, Baltimore snuck by the Browns 15-14. Cleveland had the ball deep in Ravens territory as time was running down, but Browns’ quarterback Charlie Frye was picked off in the end zone, ending the upset bid. This week’s AFC North showdown won’t be as close.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 35, Cleveland 10
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens defense will make the Browns feel blue.

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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (7-5) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (9-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
M & T Bank Stadium

Just when the Ravens were anointed the NFL’s best teams they walk into a buzzsaw against Cincinnati. Certainly the loss doesn’t hurt the Ravens too much. It just fires them up. But the Chiefs will be fired up also, having just gotten beaten by the lowly Browns. All in all it makes for a good match-up of two teams with NFL Playoffs aspirations hanging in the balances. The Chiefs need it more and that could be the difference. Trent Green is hot too and Larry Johnson is one of the few NFL running backs that can dish out as much pain as the Ravens defense can deliver.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 24, Baltimore Ravens 20
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair is enjoying himself immensely(Last week: Steve McNair – 26 of 43, 227 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS (9-2) TICKETS AT CINCINNATI BENGALS (6-5)
8 p.m., Thursday
Paul Brown Stadium

The Ravens are rolling. Right into an AFC North Championship and possibly a Super Bowl. Already holding a 3 game lead over the Bengals in the division a win in Paul Brown Stadium almost guarantees the Ravens the division. While the Bengals are good on offense they’ve proven to the rest of the NFL that they can be stopped and if any defense is capable of doing it Baltimore has to be the one. On the other hand, the Bengals are faced with a must win situation at home. It’s a key game in front of a national audience. Does it get any better?

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 28, Cincinnati Bengals 21
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair is enjoying himself immensely(Last week: Steve McNair – 18 of 24, 140 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
PITTSBURGH STEELERS (4-6) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (8-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
M & T Bank Stadium

Big Ben has to be quaking in his boots. He's thrown more interceptions this year than in his entire career and now he has to play the Ravens defense. He's probably spending a lot of time in church praying for Ray Lewis to be out just one more week. Don't kid yourself. The Steelers have had two games handed to them the last two weeks. This isn't the Steelers team that won the Super Bowl. Far from it. The Ravens will make mincemeat out of Pittsburgh this week and the Steelers will be lucky to get out of town with everyone in one piece.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 28, Pittsburgh Steelers 10
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair is enjoying himself immensely(Last week: Steve McNair - 24 of 34, 246 yards)
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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
ATLANTA FALCONS (5-4) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (7-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
M & T Bank Stadium

Steve McNair has to be giddy. The Ravens quarterback, cast off and insulted by the Titans after years of dedicated service, rallied his Ravens to a comeback win last Sunday. McNair threw a touchdown pass late in the game to cap off an impressive rally that had to have Titans fans questioning the wisdom of their franchise. At 7-2, the Ravens now control their own destiny in the division. Now they get to face a suddenly shaky Michael Vick and a stumbling Falcons team. Does it actually get any better than this?

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 28, Atlanta Falcons 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair(Last week: Steve McNair – 29 of 47, 373 yards, 3 TD’s, 2 INT)
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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS (6-2) AT TENNESSEE TITANS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
The Coliseum

The Ravens struck quickly in the early going against Cincinnati last week and then held on. That’s two in a row against quality teams for the Ravens since the change in playcallers. Looks like Billick knew what he was doing when he dumped Jim Fassell. McNair is fully recovers and the Ravens O Line is opening holes fro Jamal Lewis so the Titans will have their hands full. The last time the Ravens looked this good they went to the Super Bowl.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 28, Tennessee Titans 14
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair(Last week: Stee McNair – 21 of 31, 245 yards)
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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
CINCINNATI BENGALS (4-3) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (5-2) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

The Ravens won a decisive victory over New Orleans in Week 8. Maybe eliminating Fassell was the right medicine for the Ravens offense. Steve McNair looked sharp and the defense effectively shut down a Saints offense that has been efficient and methodical over the first 6 games. If Sunday’s win was any indication, Baltimore will be tough to beat. This is a crucial game for both Cincinnati and Baltimore. A Bengals win ties up the AFC North. A Ravens win gives Baltimore a 2-game cushion and the drivers seat.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 21, Cincinnati Bengals 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair(Last week: Stee McNair – 17 of 23, 2 TD’s, 1 rushing TD)
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PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS(4-2) AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS(5-1) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Louisiana Superdome

The Ravens are trying desperately to right their sinking ship. They started by firing their offensive coordinator and head coach Brian Billick will now be calling the plays. But this is still a team trying to find an identity on that side of the ball. The Saints meanwhile, are finding ways to win with good defense, an unpredictable offense, and good special teams play. One franchise is riding the wave and the other is trying to make waves. Should be a good game between two teams heading in different directions. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New Orleans Saints 20, Baltimore Ravens 14
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ravens QB Steve McNair(Last week: Ravens on a bye))
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San Diego Chargers at Baltimore Ravens Tickets
1 p.m., Sunday
M&T Bank Stadium

Featuring a hard-hitting defense, the Ravens are off to a 3-0 start and have the look of a Super Bowl contender. But so do the Chargers, who have a stingy defense of their own. The Ravens need to be prepared to slow down Charger running back LaDanian Tomlinson or Brian BIllick’s team will be in for a long day.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego 13, Baltimore 9
(Last Week: 10-4/Season 43-13)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Baltimore kicker Matt Stover. (Last week: Ravens defense — 6 sacks, fumble recovery, interception, 14 points allowed

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THIS PAST WEEK'S BALTIMORE RAVENS TICKETS
BALTIMORE RAVENS AT DENVER BRONCOS
8:30 p.m., Monday
INVESCO Field at Mile High Stadium

The Ravens are one of the few undefeated teams left in the NFL, but Denver’s never an easy place to play. Baltimore quarterback Steve McNair better get the offense rolling to contend with the Broncos’ physical defense.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Denver Broncos 17, Baltimore Ravens 13
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Denver Broncos receiver Javon Walker (Last week: Broncos bye).

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BALTIMORE RAVENS AT CLEVELAND BROWNS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

Baltimore Ravens tickets are suddenly looking like a one way trip to the Super Bowl. The Ravens defense has yet to give up a touchdown in 2006 and that streak may well continue against the struggling Cleveland Browns. Steve McNair is playing like a youngster and Ray Lewis is tearing heads off again. With the Ravens tied for the lead in the AFC North don’t expect Baltimore to give the Browns any slack.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 28, Cleveland Browns 6
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: If you don’t play the Ravens defense here you’re nuts. (Last Week: Ravens Defense - Limited Oakland to 201 yards.)

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