Baltimore Ravens Tickets

QB Joe Flacco and the Ravens are back. Always a contender in the AFC North, Flacco & Co., including receivers Steve Smith and Breshad Perriman and running back Justin Forsett, are in the hunt for another division title. With a predicted strong start to the season, the Ravens will be the team to watch. Don’t wait to score your seats at M&T Bank Stadium—Baltimore Ravens tickets are on sale now! Pick yours up today and catch all the action!
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Baltimore Ravens Ticket Information

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Baltimore Ravens tickets are available as soon as the Baltimore schedule is announced. If you don’t want to miss out on the best seats this season, get tickets today in the section you want before they sell out at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore AFC North divisional matchups are always the most popular tickets, including Baltimore vs Bengals tickets, Baltimore vs Browns tickets and Baltimore vs Steelers tickets. Baltimore Ravens playoff tickets will be available if and when the Baltimore advance to the NFL postseason. Razorgator has many Baltimore Ravens digital tickets for games at M&T Bank Stadium too, which are available to purchase up until kickoff and are conveniently delivered to your email. So, even when you need to buy last minute Baltimore tickets, we’ve got you covered!

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Baltimore Ravens News

For years, the Baltimore Ravens have been fixtures in the NFL playoffs. This season has produced some ups and downs for Baltimore. Still, even at 5-5, the Ravens are in good position to claim the AFC North crown and make thing interesting in the postseason. The Ravens are just half a game behind division leader Pittsburgh. In its last game on Nov. 20, the Ravens fell to the Dallas Cowboys 27-17, despite 269 yards passing from quarterback Joe Flacco. Baltimore hosts Cincinnati Nov. 27. It has been a seasons of streaks so far for the Ravens. The team opened up the season with three straight wins, followed by four consecutive losses and another pair of victories.
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Almost all of the predictions were in the favor of the Pittsburgh Steelers going up against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night. However, the Ravens defense was able to put some of their hard work into action and really jumble up the Steelers offense. The Ravens not only stopped Roethlisberger from getting the ball to his wide array of players downfield, but they stopped the Steelers run as well. At the end of the first half the Ravens were up 10-0. Even though the Steelers were able to score 14 points in the fourth quarter, the eleventh hour scoring wasn’t enough to give them the win. Watch the Ravens play again this Sunday when you purchase your tickets today.

Regrouping was the priority this week for the Baltimore Ravens, who took the week off for a bye following a four-game skid to the Raiders, Redskins, Giants and Jets. Baltimore hasn’t since Week 3 when they squeaked by the Jaguars 19-17 and currently sit at No. 24 in the NFL power rankings. It’s do or die for the Ravens, who will be up against the Steelers this Sunday in Week 9’s matchup. Pittsburgh will be without Ben Roethlisberger, which will not work in their favor. Can the Baltimore Ravens use that edge to help break the bad streak? We have great seats on sale now for Nov. 6’s game at M&T Bank Stadium. Our prices currently start at $100.

What happened to the Baltimore Ravens? Joe Flacco and the rest of the flock started the season strong, winning their first three games in a row. Those victories are starting to seem like a distant past, however, as the Ravens have yet to win a game since. They now hold a 3 - 4 record and are in second place in the AFC North. Unfortunately, only half of their losses have come against tough adversaries. Baltimore is about to face another one next Sunday, when they host the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 6. Be at M&T Bank Stadium to show your support; tickets are available for prices as low as $118.

The Baltimore Ravens narrowly lost against the Giants on October 16. The Ravens got an early lead after scoring 10 in the first quarter. The Giants got ahead in the third quarter. Despite staying in the game, they fell 27-23 in the end when the Giants managed to score with just a minute and a half left to play. The Ravens got close in the final seconds, but the final pass was knocked down in the end zone. Joe Flacco completed 26 of 48 passes for 307 yards. The loss was the Ravens' third in a row and leaves them with a 3-3 record. They stay in New York to play the Jets on October 23. You can still get tickets for prices that start at $38.

It’s been a tough couple weeks for the Baltimore Ravens, who at the end of Week 5 of the NFL season, keep sinking in the rankings. Moving down four spots to No. 18, the Ravens were smashed by an effective Washington defense Sunday night. Kept scoreless in the second half, Baltimore simply couldn’t get any traction and the game ended in a 16-10 loss. Up next, they’ll head to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, for the next two weeks. That trip will start with Sunday’s (Oct. 16) game against the Giants and end with a faceoff against the Jets Oct. 23. Tickets for both are available from us today for $118 and $57, respectively.

Pink is not a color seen often at M&T Bank Stadium, unless of course it’s October. The Baltimore Ravens are doing all they can this month to support breast cancer awareness, including handing out ribbons, honoring patients and survivors, and auctioning off pink Ravens merchandise for charity. Additionally, Baltimore team members will wear some pink items instead of their traditional purple, black and gold in their upcoming Oct. 9 match against the Washington Redskins—even Poe will be wearing a pink cap! This is a great cause, so grab your pink gear and join the team as they help fight against breast cancer! Tickets to Sunday’s game are available now starting at $112 each.

The Baltimore Ravens haven’t looked this good since their Super Bowl run a few years ago! They are now 3 - 0 and in first place in the AFC North after defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars in a very close contest last Sunday. Joe Flacco was ultimately able to lead the Ravens to a 19 - 17 win. Now, Baltimore will return to EverBank Field on Sunday to host the Oakland Raiders. It could be a close game, as Oakland’s quarterback, Derek Carr, is a known scoring threat. Come support the Ravens as they attempt to go 4 - 0. Tickets to this Sunday’s game are on sale and available for $52.

The Baltimore Ravens are 2-0 after beating the Browns 25-20 on September 18. The Ravens were down by 20 points until they started to rally. The Ravens let the Browns score 20 points in the first quarter alone, two of which were in a two minute span, but then held them to that while they started scoring. Joe Flacco had two touchdown passes and went 25 for 45 for a total of 302 yards. Justin Tucker completed three field goals, including one with just under three minutes left to play. The team heads to Jacksonville to play the Jaguars on September 25. There's still time to get your tickets to catch the action in person for prices starting at $28.

A faster, more efficient defense was exactly what the Baltimore Ravens had in mind as they began the 2016-1017 NFL season, and that’s just what they got in their 13-7 victory over the Bills Sunday night. As a new addition to the Baltimore defensive squad, Zachary Orr especially caught the attention of fans and his team. Coach John Harbaugh even called the linebacker a “lightning bolt” after getting a huge tackle on the very first play of the game. Baltimore will travel this weekend to Cleveland for a Sunday (Sept. 18) game against the Browns at FirstBank Stadium. Upper level seats start at just $23 each, so there’s no excuse to miss out—get your tickets today! It's finally time for the 2016 NFL season to start, and the Baltimore Ravens are preparing to host the Buffalo Bills on September 11 for their first game. Fans are curious to find out who will end up starting in left guard for the game. During the final three preseason games, rookie Alex Lewis took on the role. However, veteran John Urschel has returned healthy after his shoulder injury. The depth chart still lists Urschel in the top spot, especially after he participated in practice this week as a full participant. It is a tough decision for the coaches, as both are talented players. You can find out when you watch the game in person on Sunday. Tickets remain available for prices starting at $48.

Although Joe Flacco has recovered from last year’s season-ending knee injury, the fans watching the Baltimore Ravens in last week’s preseason game against the Lions were all nerves watching him get hit. Fans were relieved to see Flacco looking seemingly as good as new, despite the fact that he didn’t score and only played a few possessions. The ultimate 30-9 win over Detroit was good news, but even more important is seeing a Baltimore team that’s ready for the real deal. They take on their first regular season game on Sunday, Sept. 11, against the Buffalo Bills. Get the best seats at M&T Bank Stadium from us now starting at $96 each.

The Baltimore Ravens had their second preseason game against the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday and the Ravens went away with the win. However, after the Ravens head coach, John Harbaugh, was able to watch the game back he was astonished with the amount of penalties the Ravens committed. The Ravens gave the opposing team seven first downs due to senseless penalties they incurred and Harbaugh isn’t going to put up with it. He threatened that he would get rid of any players that continued to commit pointless penalties. See if the threat will hit home to the players when they take on the Detroit Lions on August 27 for their first home game of the season. Tickets are still available.

Could the Baltimore Ravens be getting a visit from the most decorated Olympian of all time? Reports have it that coach John Harbaugh has invited Michael Phelps to come speak to the Ravens as they prepare for the regular season. Phelps has yet to accept or decline the invitation. In the meantime, perhaps Baltimore fans can find their own motivation knowing that linebacker Terrell Suggs and wide receiver Steve Smith will be returning to practice this week. Find out if the Ravens are feeling inspired when they return home on Saturday, August 27. They will host the Detroit Lions. Tickets are currently available starting at prices as low as $17.

Will the Baltimore Ravens be making another shot at a postseason appearance in the upcoming season? They certainly made a case for their prowess on the field in Thursday’s matchup with NFC champions and Super Bowl runners-up, the Carolina Panthers. In fact, to most everyone’s surprise, the Ravens beat Cam Newton and company 22 - 19. This comes with an anecdote, however, as Newton did not actually play. Nonetheless, Baltimore looks healthy and ready to return to M&T Bank Stadium. In fact, linebacker Terrell Suggs will reportedly be back at practice this week. Catch the Raven’s next game against the Detroit Lions on Saturday, August 27. Tickets currently start at $17.

The Baltimore Ravens were plagued with injuries last year, including the loss of Terrell Suggs, one of their biggest linebackers on the line. Elvis Dumervil felt the impact of Suggs injury the most when he was switched from a pass-rushing specialist to a full time defender. Dumervil’s productivity slowly went down last year despite playing more than 100 snaps. During the offseason, Dumervil has had foot surgery and is ready to hit the field again with Suggs and other Raven teammates. Are they going to be able to stay healthy this year? See for yourself when you purchase tickets today. Razorgator has tickets for all season already for sale, so get them while they are hot.

Last year marked the twentieth season for the Baltimore Ravens, eight of which have been under the direction of head coach John Harbaugh. Before the season began, the Ravens were predicted to have a good shot at making it to the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, the team suffered from some serious injuries to big players like Joe Flacco, Justin Forsett and Steve Smith, Sr. At the end of the season the Ravens had whopping 22 players on the injured reserve list. After major knee surgery, Flacco is planning on returning once training camps begin. Get your tickets today for the upcoming season to cheer the Ravens on this season. Their first home game is against the Carolina Panthers on August 11. Tickets are available for $11 each.
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Baltimore Ravens Matchups

Ravens vs Bengals Tickets

The Ravens and Bengals have a rivalry that didn’t start until the Ravens joined the league in 1996. Over that time the Ravens and Bengals have played some fierce games with an even overall record of 20 and 20. Ravens fans know where they have the edge, however, having won two Super Bowl championships over their 20-year history. If the Ravens are to take the division behind championship-winning quarterback Joe Flacco, they’ll need to be ready as they play host to the Bengals on November 27th at M&T Bank Stadium.
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Ravens vs Browns Tickets

With the Ravens not joining the NFL until 1996 it has taken a bit for this rivalry to properly gel. In fact, the rivalry can be summed up in one word: domination. The Ravens have amassed a 25-9 overall record against their neighbors to the west. And while Clevelanders may have some animosity towards owner Art Modell, Ravens fans know this as just another divisional game. The Ravens will have to be ready when play host to the Browns as RGIII and company come to M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday Night Football on November 10th.

Ravens vs Steelers Tickets

An intense rivalry borne out of divisional supremacy these two teams have one of the fiercest rivalries in the National Football League. As a relatively fresh rivalry these two teams have pretty similar accomplishments over the same time frame. Since 1996 the Steelers have won two Super Bowls and nine divisional titles. The Ravens have matched that with two Super Bowls of their own and 4 division titles. If the Ravens are to take the division this year they know they’ll have to knuckle up and take down Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers on November 6th at M&T Bank Stadium.
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Baltimore Ravens Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels

Need to know when the Baltimore Ravens are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Baltimore Ravens schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
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WKDATEOPPONENTTIME (ET)
1Sun, Sep 11vs Buffalo1:00 PM CBS
2Sun, Sep 18@ Cleveland1:00 PM CBS
3Sun, Sep 25@ Jacksonville1:00 PM CBS
4Sun, Oct 2vs Oakland1:00 PM CBS
5Sun, Oct 9vs Washington1:00 PM FOX
6Sun, Oct 16@ New York1:00 PM CBS
7Sun, Oct 23@ New York1:00 PM CBS
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9Sun, Nov 6vs Pittsburgh1:00 PM CBS
10Thu, Nov 10vs Cleveland8:25 PM NFL
11Sun, Nov 20@ Dallas1:00 PM CBS
12Sun, Nov 27vs Cincinnati1:00 PM CBS
13Sun, Dec 4vs Miami1:00 PM CBS
14Mon, Dec 12@ New England8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN
15Sun, Dec 18vs Philadelphia1:00 PM FOX
16Sun, Dec 25@ Pittsburgh4:30 PM NFL
17Sun, Jan 1@ Cincinnati1:00 PM CBS
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