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baltimore ravens

The 2012 Baltimore Ravens look to return the franchise to its dominant ways. Don’t miss your chance to see your Baltimore Ravens LIVE from the best seats at M&T Bank Stadium! Buy your Baltimore Ravens tickets now!

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T he Baltimore Ravens have become a staple of the postseason since their move to Charm City, and with the personnel they have in place that doesn’t look to be changing any time soon. Ray Lewis continues to be a force on the vaunted defensive side as well as the team’s vocal leader, with Joe Flacco and Ray Rice holding down the fort on offense. The Ravens continue to sell out games throughout the years, and only a short walk from the Inner Harbor, M&T Bank stadium provides a great game day atmosphere for all fans.

The Ravens are prone to sell out every game, but ticket demand is highest when the Steelers come to town. Any time Baltimore faces the steel curtain snagging one of those purple seats is key in watching the hate-filled rivalry in all its tenacity on the field.
The Baltimore Ravens are members of the AFC North Division. Founded in 1996, the Raven’s moniker is a nod to “The Raven” by writer Edgar Allan Poe who spent a considerable amount of time in and rests in Baltimore. M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is the current home field for the team. The Ravens came into being when the then-owner of the Cleveland Browns attempted to move his franchise to Baltimore. Subsequent to much wrangling and a deal that saw the shell of the Browns remain and the insides move, the Baltimore Ravens were born. Elated to have a professional football team back in town, following the loss of their beloved Baltimore Colts, local fans snatched up Baltimore Ravens tickets in anticipation of the new hometown pride. The Ravens triumphed over the Oakland Raiders in their opening game. Unfortunately the team did not sustain this momentum and they finished the season 4-12. Spanning the next few years the Ravens continued to win individual games, though they never seemed to be able to tackle an entire season.

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