Baltimore Ravens Schedule
The Baltimore Ravens are looking to rise above the rest in the AFC North and the conference
in general this season, and it's going to take a multitude of big wins both at home and on the road this season. Playing in
the AFC North never makes for an easy schedule, and that certainly applies to the Ravens this year. 2014 is filled with tough
games for Baltimore, but this is a team that should be up to the challenge. The Ravens will look to take at least one win
away from their two match-ups with the Cincinnati Bengals this season. Cincy was able to take home the AFC North title last
season thanks to a stellar performance from both the team's offense and defense. The Ravens will have to slow down wide receiver
AJ Green to have any hope of taking down the Bengals, as Green is probably the second-best pass-catcher in the game to Calvin
The Ravens always look forward to taking on the Pittsburgh Steelers, as these two teams make up one of the
best rivalries in the National Football League. The Steelers had a slow start to 2013 but finished strong and could be a real
threat to win the AFC North title in 2014. You can be there to see the Ravens take on the Steelers this season and be a part
of a great rivalry.
Baltimore Ravens Team Info
The Baltimore Ravens were unable to make the postseason
in 2013 in what may have been of a bit of the dreaded Super Bowl hangover. Joe Flacco and company did not look as sharp in
2013 as they did the season before when they ran the table in the playoffs and took home the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Ravens
are looking to rise back to the top of the AFC with a solid regular season, but that is going to take some huge victories
both at home and on the road. Flacco is going to have to be more consistent in 2014 than he was last season, but the team
also needs to get more out of their running game. Wide receiver Torrey Smith has emerged as a rising star in the league, but
he can't do it alone and needs some other receiving options to elevate their level of play. The Ravens have been known for
having a top defense many a season since moving to Baltimore, and the team will look to lock down opposing offensive units
in 2014. This team has their sights set on returning to the postseason after a season of missing out.
even think about being left out of the action this season as the NFL heats up, bringing plenty of top-tier competition that
you'll have to see first-hand to truly appreciate. There is nothing like being in the stands with tens of thousands of excited
fans, as it's an atmosphere that you absolutely can never duplicate outside of the stadium. If you've never seen the big game
the way it was meant to be seen, you have absolutely no idea what you've been missing, so grab your favorite team gear and
get ready to join in the hard-hitting excitement. The home games on the Baltimore Ravens schedule are held atM&T Bank
Stadium, a top-tier venue that has a capacity of more than 71,000. But even though home games are great, road games can be
just as exciting, as there is something extra special about being in the stands and watching your favorite team quiet the
home crowd. Will you be there when your favorite player hauls in the clutch, game-winning touchdown? You can be this season.
Baltimore Ravens Trivia
Where did Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco attend college?
The answer is
the University of Delaware, which is not exactly a school known for churning out NFL players. Regardless, Flacco was selected
by the Ravens in the first round of the NFL Draft thanks to this incredible arm strength and solid reputation. Flacco ended
up taking to the pro game very well and leading the team all the way to a Super Bowl victory.
The Baltimore Ravens organization first took the field as the Cleveland Browns. The Browns moved to Baltimore
in 1999 and were renamed the Ravens, and even though the Cleveland Browns re-entered the league shortly thereafter as a new
franchise the Ravens technically have the old Browns' history as a part of their franchise. The team quickly gained popularity
upon moving to Baltimore, winning the Super Bowl after the 2000 season thanks to one of the best defenses in the history of
the league. The Ravens won the Super Bowl again following the 2012 campaign after an incredible and dramatic playoff run.
Baltimore is looking to get back to the big game this season to add another trophy to their case.