Baltimore Ravens Tickets

Baltimore Ravens Tickets
Baltimore Ravens tickets? Well, your in luck! Prominent Tickets is the top stop for this upcoming season's tickets! These tickets will be some of the most popular in the league as the team continues to battle for NFL supremacy. How hot will this season be? Based off of last year's performance - very! They are coming off a 12-4 season that saw them get knocked out in the playoffs. Joe Flacco continued to turn himself into one of the league's premier young quarterbacks. He passed for over 3,500 yards to go with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. His supporting cast did way more than simply support- Ray Rice rushed for 1,220 yards and 5 touchdowns while Willis McGahee also chipped in 5 rushing touchdowns. Rice also added 63 receptions for over 500 yards and 1 receiving touchdown. Looking to upgrade the wide receiver position coming into last season, the Ravens traded for Anquan Boldin, one of the league's best receivers. It paid immediate dividends as he led the team in receptions with 64, going for over 800 yards and 7 touchdowns. The seemingly ageless Derrick Mason was his reliable self, hauling in 61 passes on the season for 802 yards and 7 touchdowns. Todd Heap and T.J. Houshmandzadeh provided Joe Flacco with reliable secondary options as well. As always, their defense was one of the tops in the league, led by Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Haloti Ngata, and Ed Reed. Can the Ravens improve on last year's finish and make a run at the Super Bowl?

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    After Baltimore lost the Colts in 1984 to Indianapolis, they started to investigate getting another National Football League team. Baltimore entered the process of getting an expansion team and tried unsuccessfully for almost two years. After expansion team rejection, Baltimore landed a deal with Art Modell to bring the Cleveland Browns to the city. Modell was a four decade NFL owner who negotiated television network contracts, as well as served as NFL president for two years. He played a key role in bringing the National Football League into the television era, as well as the origination of “Monday Night Football”. Cleveland became outraged and tried to prevent the move, but reluctantly accepted that a court battle would be unfavorable, so a settlement resolved the dispute between the NFL, Art Modell, as well as the cities of Baltimore and Cleveland. The new team moved to Baltimore and became known as the Raves in honor of writer Edgar Allen Poe, and eventually the Ravens.

    On September 1, 1996, the Baltimore Ravens played their first game at Memorial Stadium against the Oakland Raiders. Head Coach Ted Marchibroda led the team to a victory of 19-14. Baltimore Ravens tickets had been sold to over sixty four thousand fans. The season ended on a disappointing record of 4-12. Season two began with three immediate wins, but ended with a record of 6-9-1, as well as Linebacker Pete Boulware being named Defensive Rookie of the year. Offensive struggles continued into season three ending with a 6-10 record and the firing of Coach Marchibroda. The Ravens hired Brian Billick, Offensive Coordinator from the Minnesota Vikings. 1999 began slowly and ended with an 8-8 record. 2000 began and ended more successfully, as the Ravens participated in the AFC Championship against the Oakland Raiders. The Ravens won and earned a trip to the Super Bowl XXXV to face the New York Giants.  The Ravens won their first Super Bowl 34-7 with Ray Lewis being named Super Bowl MVP.

    The 2002 season began with the lost of a few players due to salary cap requirements, as well as the lost of the first two games. The season ended with a 7-9 record putting them in third place in the new NFC North division. Season 2003 resulted in the Ravens winning the AFC North conference with a 10-6 record. In the playoffs they faced the Tennessee Titans, losing 20-17. Injuries kicked started the 2004 season with the lost of several players, as well as the lost of offensive player Jamal Lewis due to a guilty verdict of Federal Drug Trafficking, resulting in a two year suspension.

    The offensive line suffered substantially, but the defensive line showcased their skills with Ray Lewis and Deion Sanders returning from retirement. Injuries again surfaced the following year resulting in another 6-10 record. Season 2006 was successful with a division championship win, a 13-3 record, and a first round bye, as well as the Baltimore Ravens best season performance in team history. Injuries again surfaced in season 2007 from quarterback Steve McNair, as well as his retirement. The season ends with a 5-11 record, the firing of Coach Billick, as well as the hiring of John Harbaugh as new head coach. Season 2008 brings together a rookie Coach Harbaugh and rookie Quarterback Joe Flacco, as well as entry into the AFC Championship Game to face the Steelers. The Pittsburgh Steelers won 23-14 dampening the victory of a Super Bowl XLIII entry.

    In 2009 things start to look brighter. The Ravens drafted Guard Michael Oher from Mississippi. Oher’s life was based on the movie “Blind Side” and this fact made him an instant Raven superstar. The 2010 season presented defensive struggles, but the Ravens ended the season with a record of 12-4. Due to the Pittsburgh Steelers winning their division tiebreaker, the Ravens were forced into a Wild Card play round with the Kansas City Chiefs. The Baltimore Ravens won the game 30-7. The Ravens faced the Steelers in the Division Round at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, losing 31-24. 2011 brought a season record of 12-4 for the Ravens, as well as the AFC North win. The Ravens received a bye and competed against the Houston Texans in the Division Playoff, winning 20-13 and advancing to face the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. The Patriots won 23-20. Season 2012 completed with the Ravens beating the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII. Linebacker Ray Lewis also retired at the end of the season.

    The Ravens have won two Super Bowl Championships in 2000 and 2012. With four AFC Championship Games, four Division Championship wins, and nine playoff appearances, Baltimore Ravens tickets continue to sell enthusiastically. With four Hall of Famers, Safety Rod Woodson, Tight End Shannon Sharpe, Offensive Tackle Jonathan Ogden, and Corner Back Deion Sanders stronger sells are expected. As defending Super Bowl champions, the Ravens begin 2013 training at the Under Armour Performance Center in Owings, Maryland. The Ravens will play a preseason opening on August 8th in Tampa Bay. New deals were made with both Running Back David Wilson and Safety Matt Elam for almost seven million dollars with a signing bonus of over three million. Rookie Kyle Juszczyk is expected to start as the team’s fullback if Vonta Leach does not return. Quarterback Joe Flacco is also expected to return with backup by Tyrod Taylor.

    Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce will return as running backs. Wide receivers Jacoby Jones, Torrey Smith, Tandon Doss, as well as Deonte Thompson are all returning. Tight Ends Dennis Pitta, as well as Ed Dickson are both coming back. Bryant McKinnie returns as offensive tackle starter, with Michael Oher returning as well. With solid playoff records, Kelechi Osemele and Marshal Yanda return as offensive guards. Gino Gradkowski and A.Q. Shipley return as centers providing the team with excellent depth. The Ravens depth continues with defensive ends Chris Canty and Arthur Jones. Defensive Tackle Haloti Ngata returns and Marcus Spears will support rotation. Linebackers Arthur Brown returns as the fans favorite, but will compete with veterans Daryl Smith and Jameel McClain. Michael Huff returns also as free safety.

    John Harbaugh continues as head coach. Jerry Rosburg is assistant head coach as well as special teams coordinator. Jim Caldwell is offensive coordinator and Dean Pees is defensive coordinator. Wade Harmon returns as tight ends coach with Jim Hostler as wide receivers coach. Ted Monachina is linebackers coach and Andy Moeller is offensive line coach. Wilbert Montgomery also returns as running backs coach.

    Expectations are high, as the Ravens franchise is ranked by Forbes magazine as the nineteenth most valuable sports team in the world, at $1.16 billion dollars. The current owner is Stephen Bisciotti who purchased the forty nine percent of the team in 1999 for two hundred seventy five million and the remaining fifty percent in 2004 for three hundred twenty five million. Art Modell’s family still owns one percent ownership. Excitement for Baltimore Ravens tickets home games is building and M&T Bank Stadium is geared up to be the perfect venue. The stadium opened in 1998 and is considered one of the most fan oriented stadiums with an incredible amount of amenities. With “RavensVision” video screens at each end zone measuring twenty four feet high and one hundred feet wide, fans will not miss any action. There are also over five hundred Sony flat screen televisions installed throughout the stadiums for more game day fun. Shaw Sportexe Momentum Turf is installed at the stadium, as well as the Ravens practice facility in Owings Mill.

    This turf is considered a premier mix of sand and rubber to maximize player performance and speed, as well as provide durability for professional and college level intense playing. M&T Bank Stadium has a seating capacity of seventy one thousand eight, with disable seating available on every level. There are eighty one thousand plus club seats offering club lounges, specialty food service, bars, and concierge services. The stadium also has one hundred twenty eight suites to accommodate up to twenty four people with private restrooms, televisions, as well as personal staff service. Fans also have access to elevators, two elevators, and ramps. The Ravens are increasing their ticket prices for the first time in four years and only the sixth increase since the stadium originally opened.

    The average increase for Baltimore Ravens tickets will be ten percent for season ticket holders in the seating bowl area. Club and suite level seats increase will be a little smaller. Baltimore Ravens tickets will range in price from sixty two dollars to one hundred dollars for non-club and non-suite level seating. Parking will increase five dollars. These price changes will also remain the same for the 2014-2015 football season. Suite packages range from forty thousand dollars for a full season, to six thousand for a single game with ten tickets or nine thousand dollars for a single game with sixteen tickets. Suites include premier parking passes full club privileges, early stadium entrance, as well as luxury furnished sideline boxes on the goal lines. Food, dessert, and beverage charges are additional.

     With a great young stable of offensive stars and one of the top defenses in the league, look for the Baltimore Ravens to be contenders from the get-go, so be sure to grab your tickets right here at Prominent Tickets now! Not only are we the most popular stop for tickets, we're one of the few websites to offer cheap and discount tickets. As one of the largest ticket brokers in the United States, we own a plethora of seats to all sporting events, especially NFL regular season games, including a great deal of tickets. Not only are we one of the few brokers in the country who own their own seats, we also own more seats to NFL games than just about any broker around, so we are able to give our customers the cheapest prices! To get your tickets now, call 

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