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Baltimore Ravens 2014 News and Updates
2/13/14 – Baltimore’s mediocre 8-8 season landed them in third among their AFC North rivals and out of the NFL Playoffs. The 29th ranked offense was a focal point this offseason; the Ravens began with the hiring of Gary Kubiak as OC and then, Bobby Engram as receivers coach. Former Texans Head Coach, Kubiak, is the Ravens’ third offensive coordinator in 13 months; Engram has one season of coaching experience with Harbaugh’s brother and the San Francisco 49ers (2011). Getting back to playoffs is not a stretch for the Baltimore Ravens who have one of the easier schedules in the league in 2014. In addition to facing their AFC North opponent twice, the Ravens will play Jacksonville (4-12), Tennessee (7-9), Atlanta (4-12), Carolina (12-4) and San Diego (9-7) at home.
12/23/13 - The Baltimore Ravens blew the opportunity to take the AFC North, after being gutted by the Patriots 41-7, and have instead been dropped into the AFC wild card mix with Miami and San Diego. The Ravens are pitted against the playoff-bound Cincinnati Bengals in a do-or-die match that will determine whether or not Baltimore will secure an NFL-best sixth straight playoff appearance. Baltimore must win, and will also need help from either the Chargers or the Dolphins to lose their respective games to ensure the AFC’s No.5 seed. Baltimore Ravens tickets for this Sunday’s critical on-the-road match are only $31 to get-in and see if the defending Super Bowl champs will get another shot in the postseason!
12/17/13 - The Baltimore Ravens have maintained prime position for an AFC wild card after beating the Detroit Lions Monday night, 18-16. While the win was a team effort, the Ravens can thank Justin Tucker’s legs for kicking six field goals, including the game winning 61-yarder with less than a minute on the clock. Joe Flacco took a rough hit to the knee, but held strong and brought his team just one game behind division leaders, the Cincinnati Bengals (who they play in two weeks). The Ravens are now in control of their own destiny, and must win their last two games to take the AFC North title, starting with the resilient New England Patriots this Sunday. Baltimore Ravens tickets are $217 on average and $94 minimum—these two teams are clutch, so be there for what is sure to be a miraculous finish!
12/10/13 - The Baltimore Ravens held off elimination by achieving an unforgettable must-win game against the Minnesota Vikings (29-26). Under a cascade of snow, the teams threw five touchdowns and scored 36 points in last 2:05, with Joe Flacco throwing the game winning 9-yard pass to rookie Marlon Brown, putting an end to one of the wildest fourth quarters of the season. Riding the momentum from the clutch victory, Baltimore is gearing up for an intense Monday Night Football matchup against the Detroit Lions, as both teams are equally desperate for a playoff push in their problematic divisions. Baltimore Ravens tickets are $123 on average for next week’s do-or-die contest at Ford Field.
12/2/13 - In a down-to-the-wire game, the Baltimore Ravens squeaked right by the Pittsburgh Steelers Thanksgiving night, 22-20. Joe Flacco and company were able to hold off Ben Roethlisberger, snuffing his crucial 2-point conversion with a minute left in the fourth quarter to carry their team to 6-6 and in prime position to snag the AFC wildcard spot. The Ravens will enjoy their mini-break until next Sunday, pitted against the Minnesota Vikings hot off the heels of their Chicago Bears victory. Baltimore Ravens tickets are just $28 to get in!
11/26/13 - After losing four of five games, the Baltimore Ravens bounced back with a 19-3 victory over the New York Jets. In what was a field goal-happy match, the defending Super Bowl Champs were able to keep postseason hopes and maintain relevancy in the AFC. Other than Joe Flacco’s huge 66-yard TD pass to Jacoby Jones, not much happened offensively, not that it mattered much, as the Ravens’ defense was relentless in holding the Jets to just 3 points and shutting down Geno Smith. A huge game is approaching in a couple days, when the Ravens meet the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thanksgiving Day. Baltimore Ravens tickets are just $29 to get into the crucial holiday nightcap, as one of the teams will soon kiss their playoff chances good-bye!
11/19/13- The Baltimore Ravens have stalled out on their climb back to the top of the AFC North, with their most recent defeat by the Chicago Bears on Sunday. In a dreadful day, with tornado warnings and a deluge of rain, the game was delayed for nearly two hours, and upon return, the Bears edged out the Ravens in overtime with a field goal. Ray Rice, doused in mud, was a bright spot: lumbering down the field for 131 yards on 25 carries and one TD, but the Ravens could not overcome Chicago's defense who forced 2 turnovers and two sacks on Joe Flacco. The 4-6 Ravens will clean up their uniforms and their game, before meeting the New York Jets in Week 12. Baltimore Ravens tickets start at $23 and average at $166.
11/12/13 - The Baltimore Ravens came out on top over AFC North leaders, the Cincinnati Bengals 20-17 in overtime, cutting their lead to just 1.5 games. Despite playing a messy game, fans did get to see Joe Flacco’s potential outside of the pocket, making more plays and completing 70% of passes when scrambling, instead of staying inside, where he is the third most sacked QB in the NFL. Up next, the Ravens will travel to Chicago to take on the Bears, who will be hurting without their QB Jay Cutler. Tickets for the Ravens-Bears matchup are among the hottest of the week, at $298 on average and $48 minimum.
11/5/13 - The Baltimore Ravens were defeated by the Cleveland Browns Sunday afternoon 18-24. The Ravens allowed backup QB Jason Campbell to complete three TD passes, while Joe Flacco went 24 of 41 for 250 yards, finishing with a dismal 56.1 QB rating. With yet another poor offensive performance, despite having Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce, the Ravens have rendered their running game essentially useless, depleted at the hands of RB coach Juan Castillo, who some are calling for removal. Now the Baltimore Ravens are third in their division (just above Pittsburgh) and are pitted against AFC North leaders, the Cincinnati Bengals, in Week 10. Both teams are hungry for a win--tickets are $57 to get-in and $200 on average to see the defensive standoff.
10/29/13 - The Baltimore Ravens will emerge from their bye to play the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday. The Ravens hope to come back with an improved run game, and try to get Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce to put some numbers on the board, with newly acquired RB Bernard Scott (released by Cincinnati) for added depth. Baltimore’s defense is flanked by the threatening Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil; with 13.5 combined sacks, they are a menacing duo the Ravens need to power through the second half of the season. Joe Flacco and the Purple Rain will face AFC North foes, the Browns, for the second time this year, with new quarterback Jason Campbell in the starting position. Baltimore Ravens tickets are a steal, at the second lowest average price, for just $70.
10/22/13 - Despite being 4th in the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills have certainly upped the ante, with their triumph over worthy opponents, the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The final score of 23-21 was guided by young third-string quarterback Thad Lewis, who persevered on the field after blowing an early 14-point lead: he kept Buffalo in the game before securing a winning field goal late in the fourth quarter, by none other than Dan Carpenter, a released former Dolphins kicker. Lewis was sacked four times and threw an interception, but in his second start, he finished with 202 yards. The Bills had just 90 yards rushing, from Fred Jackson (knee) and CJ Spiller (ankle) who will need rest before Buffalo’s biggest challenge yet. Next week, the Bills will face Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. Buffalo Bills tickets at Mercedes-Benz Superdome next Sunday are one of the hottest games of the week, at $246 on average.
10/16/13 - The Baltimore Ravens were unable to stymie visiting Aaron Rogers and the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in Maryland. The Ravens lost 17-19 and are now at the .500 mark, with a 3-3 record. The defending Super Bowl Champions showed signs of life in the second half, but their weak running back situation is causing problems, as the Ravens are now tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars for the lowest yards per carry, averaging just 2.7 yards. On the upside, Joe Flacco played well, carrying the offense and finishing with 20-34 passes for 342 yards, 2 touchdowns and no interceptions. Baltimore will have an opportunity to improve their AFC North standing when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers, who are hot off the heels of their first win of the season over the New York Jets. For the Flacco-Roethlisberger show down, Baltimore Ravens tickets are averaging $153 and a moderate $40 to get in.
10/8/13 - The Baltimore Ravens bested the Miami Dolphins 26-23 on Sunday, and are now tied for first place in the AFC North with the dubious Cleveland Browns and variable Cincinnati Bengals. In spite of a struggling offense, Joe Flacco carried the Ravens, throwing 19-23 for 269 passing yards, and also made way for Ray Rice to effectively rush 74 yards on 27 carries with two touchdowns, adding some balance to the offense. Baltimore's defense shined by denying the Dolphins significant gains, and limited Miami to 22 rushing yards on 11 carries. The Ravens will be looking to secure their standing when Green Bay visits M&T Stadium this Sunday. Baltimore Ravens tickets are the second hottest of the bunch, averaging at $310 for a seat—but start at just $20 to get in.
10/1/13 - Defending Super Bowl champions, the Baltimore Ravens fall to 2-2 after their upset loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, 20-23. Quarterback Joe Flacco certainly had a rough day, getting hit 12 times, and throwing five interceptions despite the Bills missing their starting cornerbacks and top safety. Apart from Torrey Smith, the Raven’s offensive line is muddled; attempting only 9 rushes the length of Sunday’s game. Baltimore is just above the Jacksonville Jaguars on average yards per carry with 2.6, slashing their 4.3 average from last year in half. With the return of wide receiver Jacoby Jones, the Ravens will attempt to get it together coming into Week 5 when they face the sizzling 3-1 Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium in Florida. Baltimore Ravens tickets are $133 on average this week on the road.
9/25/13 - Joe Flacco and company suffered Peyton Manning’s record-breaking 7-touchdown performance, as the Baltimore Ravens agonized a crushing defeat by the Denver Broncos for their first game (27-49). They have since recovered and are now 2-1, looking like their usual hard-hitting selves after a 30-9 win over the Texans on Sunday. Despite the loss of major players Ray Lewis and Ed Reed, the Ravens’ defense has been tremendous; after their Week 1 loss, they have not let another team into their end zone, forcing field goals instead. Although they are not as strong of a team when on the road, the Ravens’ defensive line will hope to remain stalwart as they next travel to New York to face the Buffalo Bills. Tickets for this matchup are $44 to get in.
Baltimore Ravens 2014 Season
After losing four of their last five regular season games last season, the Ravens overcame the odds to win their second Super Bowl
. If the Ravens hope to repeat, they’ll have to do so without many familiar faces. The Ravens will miss the services of key contributors Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Anquan Boldin, and Paul Kruger, among others. However, the Ravens were able to acquire standout outside linebacker Elvis Dumerville after his contract snafu with the Denver Broncos
. Despite their Super Bowl victory, the Ravens are one of only three teams whose tickets are down in price compared to last season. Down about 2% since last season, Ravens regular season home games are averaging $274, good for eighth highest in the league and 45% over league average.
The Ravens open the 2013 regular season on the road due to scheduling conflicts with the Orioles, but will return to M&T Bank Stadium as Super Bowl Champions in Week 2 against the Cleveland Browns. The average price for the home opener is $266. The most expensive home game on the Baltimore Ravens schedule this season comes against the Green Bay Packers in Week 6, with an average price of $365. The Ravens Week 13 matchup against the NFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers comes in a close second, averaging $352. Another schedule highlight is the Raven’s Week 16 game against the New England Patriots, a rematch of the last two AFC Championships, with an average price of $325. The least expensive Ravens home game this season comes in Week 14 against the Minnesota Vikings, with an average price of $211.