The defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are back looking to pick up where they left off and Ravens tickets are available for fans eager to see this team do some damage in the AFC. Don't pass up a chance to see the champs live and grab your Baltimore Ravens tickets today and head out to M&T Bank Stadium to catch all the non-stop action!
Baltimore Ravens Schedule
With some talented players on the roster the Baltimore Ravens are aiming for the playoffs and quarterback Joe Flacco is ready to lead. The Ravens are ready to take on the North AFC and with some tough competition they need to play hard. Joe Flacco has some talented receivers around him, with Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones ready for some touches. With that duo a threat in the passing game, and Ray Rice taking up the run, you can bet the Ravens have a chance to win any game. Baltimore Head Coach John Harbaugh has to make the best use of his roster, but he’s shown he has what it takes. Be there for all the Baltimore Ravens NFL fun and get your tickets today!
It’s a full slate of NFL opponents waiting for the Ravens and anything can happen on the football field. Maybe the biggest match of the year comes against thehated rival Pittsburgh Steelers on weeks seven and thirteen, games that are as hard-fought as they come. Watching Joe Flacco and Ravens face of against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger on Sunday, October 20 and Thursday, November 28 is going to be awesome, so if you don’t have tickets, get them right away! When you are looking at Baltimore Ravens tickets you want to see some action, and the Pittsburgh Steelers surely will bring it! Another big match on the 2014 Baltimore Ravens schedule are the Green Bay Packers and quarterback Aaron Rodgers. Between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers, coach John Harbaugh and the Ravens have their work cut out for them, and they need your support! Get out to M&T Bank Stadium and do your part!
Baltimore Ravens Season tickets
And if you are in the market for Baltimore Ravens season tickets then you might be in luck. Each year Ticket Liquidator has select Baltimore Ravens season tickets available for purchase to let fans see each and every home game. You don't need to be told the length of the official waiting list for Baltimore Ravens season tickets, suffice to say it can be years. But here at TL you don't need to wait to get Baltimore Ravens season tickets. You can get out to every home game if you want, so find the Baltimore Ravens season ticket you want and get out there. To see if we have Baltimore Ravens season tickets for sale check the first regular-season listing above. You can also sell Baltimore Ravens tickets if you can't make it to every game. If we have them you should see a link that would be for a Baltimore Ravens season ticket package. There are going to be some great moments for the Baltimore Ravens this year. Get those Baltimore Ravens season tickets here and watch all the fun at each game.
Baltimore Ravens franchise history:
In 1984 the city's previous NFL franchise, the Baltimore Colts, moved to become the Indianapolis Colts. After nearly a decade and plenty of legal battles, Art Modell moved his team, the Cleveland Browns, to Baltimore. While Modell kept all his players and personal, the history of the Browns was granted to a new, "reactivated" Browns team. The Ravens became the expansion team, the NFL approved the creation of the Baltimore Ravens football franchise in 1996 and began selling Ravens tickets almost immediately. The first head coach of the Baltimore Ravens was Ted Marchiboda. He was brought in to take the helm after coaching both the Baltimore Colts and the Indianapolis Colts, while former player Ozzie Newsome was brought in originally as director of football operations and later VP/GM.
The first season of Ravens football, the team called Memorial Stadium their home field. You know that Baltimore Ravens ticket holders were familiar with that place as it served as the home of the Colts previously. The first year the Ravens understandably did not get off to the best start, going 4-12. However the 1997 Ravens team was much improved and ended the football season 6-9-1. In 1998 the Ravens had a brand new stadium at Camden Yards, also home of the Baltimore Orioles. Originally called Ravens Stadium, it would later become PSI Net Stadium and now is known as M&T Bank Stadium. The team did not fare much better in their new digs, as their record ended up being 6-10. But change was in the air in Ravens ticket holders were eager for it. In 1999 Marchiboda was replaced by Brian Billick. Billick was formerly putting on offensive shows for Minnesota Vikings ticket holders as the offensive coordinator.
In 2000, on the strength of one of the best defenses ever assembled on an NFL team, the Ravens were able to make the post-season for the first time in franchise history. Defensive Coordinator Marvin Lewis was able to get the team to play some of the most suffocating defense ever seen. Linebacker Ray Lewis was named the Defensive Player of the Year for leading a defense that set the record for lowest point allowed with 165. This team was so good that they beat the record set by the Bears by 33 points for the year! Lewis and two of his defensive teammates made that year's Pro Bowl. Even with the team starting out 5-1, QB Banks was replaced by Trent Dilfer halfway through the 2000 season. With rookie running-back Jamal Lewis rushing for 1,364 yards, coupled with a tenacious defense, the Raves were a tough team to beat. The team finished the season with a 7-0 run that put them into the NFL Playoffs.
The Ravens entered the post-season as the Wild Card, and had to play the Denver Broncos, who they easily handled 21-3. The Ravens then had to face-off against their division rival the Tennessee Titans in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, a tough team that had taken the division with a 13-3 record. The game was tied 10-10 entering the fourth quarter, but a series of Titans missteps ended up giving the Ravens the win. The Ravens were first able to block a field goal to return for a touchdown and Ray Lewis had an interception returned for another touchdown to put the Ravens ahead 24-10, and the Ravens went on to win. If you had Baltimore Ravens playoff tickets for that game boy that's one you are never going to forget! The Ravens then faced the Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship Game, and the Ravens fans were getting excited wondering what this team could do. The Ravens were able to get past the Raiders fairly easily, as their QB Rich Gannon had to leave the game with an injury.
With the AFC Championship win the Ravens made it to Super Bowl XXXV, and if you had Ravens tickets then boy! Was that a great time or what? Facing the New York Giants, the Ravens got off to a great start and went on to win the game 34-7 in Tampa. The defense was perfect in this game, as they recorded four sacks and five turnovers, including an interception returned for a touchdown. This was a good game of NFL football that saw the team show that the old axiom is true, that offense gets the glory, but defense wins the game. If you managed to be there to see this incredible season then you are a Ravens fan for life, so make sure you've got your tickets ready to roll.
While the Baltimore Ravens have remained competitive in recent years, the 2008 season was the first time they made it deep into the playoffs. They came very close to beating the Pittsburgh Steelers, and now this team is set to get it going once again. They have most of the same core and many role players eager to step up. They've also added Michael Oher, the inspiration for the book and film The Blind Side, a huge monster of a player that will be able to learn a lot in the talented Ravens offensive unit.