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Team: Baltimore Ravens
Division: AFC North
Head Coach: John Harbaugh
Super Bowl Titles: 2 (2001, 2013)
All-Time Greats: Ray Lewis, Jonathan Ogden
Baltimore Ravens Playoff TicketsThe name of the game in Baltimore has always been "Next Man Up." Therefore, no matter who departs town as a free agent or retires, Coach John Harbaugh will still have the Ravens in prime position to reach the playoffs. Now, the Ravens are led by Lamar Jackson, perhaps the most electric quarterback that the NFL has seen in years. Jackson has changed the Ravens from a defense-first team into an offensive juggernaut that pounds opponents into submission on the ground. After establishing the run, Jackson throws the deep ball against the softened defense. Baltimore is looking for its third Super Bowl in its history with an offense that is changing the way that NFL football is being played. Harbaugh always has his troops ready in January, and the Ravens are typically tough to beat in the playoffs. Grab your Baltimore Ravens' playoff tickets at StubHub today.
What is the greatest moment in Baltimore Ravens' playoff history?With the Ravens about to go down to defeat in Denver in the 2013 AFC Division Playoffs, quarterback Joe Flacco authored the greatest miracle in franchise history in a play that has become known as "The Flacco Fling." Flacco hit Jacoby Jones, who had gotten loose behind the Denver defense with a 70-yard touchdown pass with less than a minute to play to tie the game and send it to overtime. The Ravens ended up winning the game 38-35. Later that postseason, Baltimore topped San Francisco to win its second Super Bowl.
Who are the greatest franchise players in Baltimore Ravens' history?Since Jackson's career is still in its infancy, the discussion of the greatest Raven ever has to begin with Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis, who rewrote the rules for how the position was played. Lewis got it done on the field and in the locker room to lead the Ravens for 17 seasons. Also, tackle Jonathan Ogden was one of the top offensive linemen in NFL history.
What is the Ravens' playoff record?In 2018, the Ravens' wild-card loss to the Los Angeles Chargers was the first time since 2006 that the Ravens lost a playoff game in the opening Wild Card round. Fans can usually count on the Ravens to win at least one playoff game every season. Overall, Baltimore is 15-9 in playoff games. Under Harbaugh, the Ravens have a 10-6 record in the playoffs.
Where do the Baltimore Ravens play their home games?The Ravens play their home games at M&T Bank Stadium, which is located in downtown Baltimore. The stadium seats approximately 70,000 for football. Fans come clad in their purple and black, and the stadium can get loud. Interestingly enough, the Ravens are every bit as good on the road as they are at home, and many of their big playoff wins, like their 2013 thrashing of the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game, have come on the road.
What is the Baltimore Ravens' style of play?Previously, the Ravens did what they needed to do in order to win their game. Usually, it meant a dominant and opportunistic defense combined with an offense that was just good enough not to lose. That has all changed now that Harbaugh has changed the team's offense to suit the lightning-fast and mobile Jackson. The Ravens run the ball more effectively than any team in the NFL, but Jackson is also proficient in throwing the ball on the run. Now, the Ravens are one of the highest-scoring teams in the league, capable of putting up big points in a hurry.
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