About the Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens Tickets
Considering they haven't been around very long, the Baltimore Ravens have done all right for themselves. The franchise was born out of the remnants of another team and named after a grisly poem by one of the city’s native sons. But the Ravens have managed to put much of that behind them and let their play speak for itself.
Stolen from a Rival
The Ravens came to life in 1996 after owner Art Modell decided to move the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore. The move was devastating for Browns fans, who have hated the Ravens on principle ever since. And Baltimore sports fans can relate – they saw the Colts leave for Indianapolis a decade earlier and had been waiting for a team to return to the city ever since. Baltimore came up short in the 1993 battle for a new expansion franchise, so when Modell moved out of Cleveland and landed in Baltimore, the city could not have been more excited to see the NFL back in town.
Defense Wins Championships
It took a few years for the Ravens to find their footing after the move, but over time they built an outstanding defense behind Hall of Famer Ray Lewis. In 2000, that defense carried the Ravens to a win Super Bowl XXXV, giving up just 23 points in four playoff games after a 12-4 regular season.
Defense continued to be a big part of Baltimore’s success when John Harbaugh became the new head coach in 2008. Harbaugh's hiring as head coach coincided with the arrival of quarterback Joe Flacco, and things really started to heat up. With a boost from the offense, Harbaugh and Flacco led the Ravens to five straight playoff appearances, winning at least one playoff game each year. That five-year stretch culminated in a win in Super Bowl XLVII, giving the Ravens their second world championship in their 17th season as a team.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do the Ravens play?
The Ravens play their home games at M&T Bank Stadium, which was built for them after their move to Baltimore. The stadium is located next door to Camden Yards, where the Orioles play. Both stadiums are located in Baltimore’s downtown area and adjacent to the city’s famous Inner Harbor.
When do Ravens tickets go on sale?
Ravens tickets go on sale before the NFL begins its regular season. In fact, cheap Baltimore Ravens tickets to games played at M&T Bank Stadium are available months in advance, as are Ravens tickets for away games. In other words, there’s no rush to check the Baltimore Ravens’ schedule. Just grab tickets whenever you’ve got the itch.
Is it better to buy Ravens tickets in advance?
With Ravens ams tickets being available so far ahead of time, it’s easy to buy tickets whenever you want to – but there’s little need to plan ahead. You can often get cheap last-minute tickets to Baltimore Ravens games by waiting to make your purchase until the very last minute. As game day gets closer and sellers drop their prices, fans reap the benefits.
What’s the best way to buy cheap Ravens tickets?
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