The Baltimore Ravens had a season to remember last year, making a magical run through the playoffs and winning Super Bowl XLVII. The team returns QB Joe Flacco, but have lost eight starters from last year's team, which could make defending their title that much more difficult. But as Baltimore fans know, you can never count out the Ravens. If you are looking for Baltimore Ravens tickets, TicketNetwork.com can help you find the seats you want at the M&T Bank Stadium all season long!
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The city of Baltimore has had a long history in the National Football League, with the Colts franchise calling it home from 1953 through 1983. When the Colts left Baltimore, the city was left without an NFL team until 1996 when the Cleveland Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens. The team plays their home games at M&T Bank Stadium in downtown Baltimore, just down the street from Camden Yards, home of baseball's Baltimore Orioles. Since moving into the stadium, the team has routinely sold out tickets to every one of their home games during the NFL season.
It's no surprise why the Ravens are so popular in Baltimore: they're winners. Every season, the Ravens are among the elite defenses in the game thanks to players like Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs and Ed Reed. Though they are known for stopping teams from getting in the end zone, the Ravens are now building a team that can also score points. Quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Ray Rice have become a dynamic combination in the backfield, making the Ravens a dangerous team to face.
Playing as part of the AFC North, the Ravens have a tough schedule every season facing divisional rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns. Despite the fact of having to face difficult opponents every week, the Ravens are primed for another big year in the Charm City.