The Ravens are ready to take the AFC North crown and bring another Super Bowl title to Baltimore. Led by a revamped defense, the Ravens look to put the league on notice. Baltimore will have to beat out rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals, to retain division dominance.
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It’s been a little over two decades since the Baltimore Ravens entered the NFL. It took them little time to make their mark and as a result of that, they have gone on to capture two conference titles, four division crowns and two Super Bowls so far. As for the last three seasons, the Ravens have not appeared in the playoffs.
Will this be the year they finally bounce back? You will have to get your Baltimore Ravens season tickets to find out.
Standout Moments in Baltimore Ravens History
The Baltimore Ravens fans have seen their favorite team accomplish impressive feats. Let’s take a look at some of those.
Winning their first Super Bowl - On January 28, 2001, at the Raymond James Stadium , the Baltimore Ravens competed against the New York Giants at Super Bowl XXXV. Scoring three touchdowns within a 36-second span, the Ravens were able to defeat the Big Blue in a grueling contest to win their first Super Bowl 34-7. Linebacker Ray Lewis was declared the game’s Most Valuable Player.
Ravens Vs 49ers –In 2012, the Baltimore Ravens not only won their fourth division and second conference championship but also met the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl XLVII on February 3, 2013, at the Mercedes Benz Superdome . After the dust settled, it was the Ravens who were left celebrating their second Super Bowl victory. They won 34-31.
Baltimore Ravens Arch Rivals
Ravens-Steelers rivalry – This rivalry between these two sides ranked at the second spot on Sports Illustrated list of the Top 10 New NFL Rivalries. The Ravens and the Steelers played each other for the first time on September 8, 1996. Since then, they have gone on to face each other on multiple occasions. These two teams are the only ones in the AFC North to have won the Super Bowl. The Ravens and the Steelers last locked horns on December 25, 2016, where the latter emerged victorious 31-27.
Ravens-Patriots rivalry - The rivalry between the Baltimore Ravens and the New England Patriots began when they faced each other on December 3, 2007, at the M&T Bank Stadium. The winners of that game were the Patriots who defeated the Ravens, 27-24. Since then, both sides have squared off in four playoff games all of which were held at the Gillette Stadium. Both teams have won two games each.
Getting to Know the Baltimore Ravens
The Baltimore Ravens were founded in 1996 and are owned by Steve Bisciotti. Their home ground is the M&T Bank Stadium. Located in Baltimore Maryland, adjacent to Camden Yards , M&T Bank Stadium provides Ravens fans with the perfect game-day experience. With stunning views of downtown Baltimore and a Skyline Club Level that features a historical perspective of football in Baltimore highlighting great games, teams and players from the area's rich football history, M&T stadium is a premier destination for all Ravens fans.
Currently, John Harbaugh is the team’s coach whereas Ozzie Newsome is the general manager. The Ravens’ headquarter is located in Owings Mills, Maryland. They also have a mascot called, Poe.
Greatest Players in Baltimore Ravens History
A number of star players have played for the Baltimore Ravens’ over the years and they have contributed a lot to the team’s success.
Ray Lewis is one name that remained with the Ravens throughout his legendary career. During his time, he was not only picked thirteen times for Pro Bowl but also received the NFL Defensive Player of the Year Award twice in, 2000 and 2003. Moreover, Lewis also won the Super Bowl’s Most Valuable Player Award.
Jonathan Ogden is another player who joined the Ravens in 1996 and stayed with the team till his retirement. He made eleven Pro Bowl appearances and was also named, NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year. Ogden was also included into the Baltimore Ravens’ Ring of Honor.
Other than these stars, Rod Woodson, Shannon Sharpe and Deion Sanders also proved to be important players for the Ravens. All three of them have been inducted into the Baltimore Ravens’ Hall of Fame.
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