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|Stadium:||M & T Bank Stadium|
|Colours:||Purple, black & metallic gold|
|Hall of Famers:||Todd Heap, Ray Lewis, Jamal Lewis, Matt Stover, Jonathan Ogden, Peter Boulware, Michael McCrary,, Raymond Berry, Art Donovan, John Mackey, Gino Marchetti, Lenny Moore, Jim Parker, Johnny Unitas & Earnest Byner|
|Hall of Fame Coaches:||Weeb Ewbank|
|Rivals:||Pittsburgh Steelers & New England Patriots|
|Legends:||Ray Lewis, Jonathan Ogden, Ed Reed,Joe Flacco, Jamal Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Chris McAlister, Haloti Ngata, Marshal Yanda, Peter Boulware & Todd Heap|
|Super Bowl Championships:||2: 2000 & 2012|
|Conference Championships:||2: 2000 & 2012|
|1st 2020 Draft Pick:||#28 Patrick Queen, LB, LSU Tigers|
|2020 Power Ranking:||2|
|Team in a Tweet:||Need to get that extra edge to be a real Super Bowl threat.|
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|Week 1||vs Browns||6-38 W|
|Week 2||@ Texans||33-16 W|
|Week 3||vs Chiefs||34-20 L|
|Week 4||@ Washington||31-17 W|
|Week 5||vs Bengals||3-27 W|
|Week 6||@ Eagles||TBA|
|Week 7||vs Steelers||TBA|
|Week 9||@ Colts||TBA|
|Week 10||@ Patriots||TBA|
|Week 11||vs Titans||TBA|
|Week 12||@ Steelers||TBA|
|Week 13||vs Cowboys||TBA|
|Week 14||@ Browns||TBA|
|Week 15||vs Jaguars||TBA|
|Week 16||vs Giants||TBA|
|Week 17||@ Bengals||TBA|
While the Baltimore Ravens entered the NFL in 1996, football in Baltimore could be traced back to the 1940s, where the city was awarded the financially stricken Miami Seahawks who competed in the All-America Football Conference (AAFC) and were renamed as the Colts when they played in the 1950 NFL season, (the AAFC and the NFL merged in 1949).
The Colts didn’t feature in the 1951 and 1952 NFL seasons, but a year later Baltimore once again had a football team as they were handed the Dallas Texans franchise, and were renamed back to the Colts.
The Colts participated in the National Football League from 1953-1984 when they moved to Indianapolis, and during their stay in Baltimore they won the championship in 1958 and 1959 as well as clinching Super Bowl V in 1971.
Around 13 years after Super Bowl success in Baltimore, the Colts relocated to Indianapolis where they are today. Football would return to the city of Baltimore in 1996 when the NFL awarded the city with a franchise called the Baltimore Ravens, after fans voted in a poll to select the nickname.
Ted Marchibroda who coached the Colts from 1975-1979 returned and was named their inaugural coach for the new dawn of football in Baltimore. Their opening game against Oakland couldn’t have asked for a much better way to kick off the season as the Ravens defeated the Raiders, 19-14 in front 64,124 fans.
That was the only positive from their first season back as they finished the season with a 4-12 record, ensuring they would finish last in the AFC Central standings. Despite finishing in bottom place again in 1997, the Ravens had an early round pick in the draft and chose Peter Boulware with pick No. 4.
Boulware would be an instrumental component for the Ravens in years to come as throughout his eight year tenure as the Ravens linebacker, he played 126 games, completed 493 tackles and made 70 sacks, as well as claiming Rookie of the Year in his debut season.
The rest of the 1990s were a bit same as the Ravens tried to find their feet missing the playoffs in both 1998 and 1999. After the 1998 season Marchibroda’s time as coach came to an end following a 6-10 record, which prompted the signing of Brian Billick as head coach for the 1999 season, becoming the second coach of Ravens.
Over Billick’s eight year tenure, he took the Ravens to four playoff appearances, three division championships and of course led them to their first ever Super Bowl victory over the New York Jets in Super Bowl XXXV.
Billicks’ breakout year occurred in the 2000 season where they finished with a 12-4 win-loss ratio, where they appeared in their maiden postseason appearance defeating the Denver Broncos in the wildcard playoff, earning their first victory in the postseason.
After defeating Tennessee, the Ravens faced the Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship game where they cruised through and earned themselves a Super Bowl appearance after defeating them 16-3.
Super Bowl XXXV would forever be ingrained in Baltimore folklore as they claimed a 34-7 victory over the Jets, as they claimed their first Vince Lombardi trophy, as Ray Lewis was awarded the Super Bowl MVP.
The following seasons after the Super Bowl success saw the Ravens compete in the playoffs just three more times under Billick, in 2002 where they lost the divisional game, 2004 and 2007 where they went down in the AFC wildcard playoffs.
By 2008, the Ravens installed their third coach John Harbaugh, and it proved to be one of the most successful eras in Ravens history as he has so far led them to eight playoffs (2008-12, 2014 and 2018-19) as well leading them to their second Vince Lombardi trophy.
After falling short in the 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 seasons the Ravens responded in emphatic fashion in the 2012 season where they won the Super Bowl for the second time after overcoming a late surge against the San Francisco 49ers to win 34-31, with quarterback Joe Flacco being crowned the Super Bowl MVP.
The season after the Super Bowl success, Harbaugh’s Ravens set a franchise record of scoring the most points with 409 and had the second most stacks in the NFL as well as being ranked the number two red zone defence in the league. The Ravens didn’t make the playoffs after their Super Bowl triumph but returned in 2014, 2018 and 2019.
In 2018 the Ravens focused on defense and offense as they were both ranked in the top 10 in the NFL, as they clinched the AFC North Division but lost in the wild card playoff game against the LA Chargers. A year later they fell in the divisional round in the playoffs despite ending the season with a 14-2 record, which was a franchise record.
If you are a fan of the Baltimore Ravens, then you know that the only thing that matters right now is how they are expected to perform in the 2020 / 2021 season. Do the Baltimore Ravens have the star power to make it all the way to the Super Bowl in 2021? Have a read on below at SportsTips expert picks & preview on the Baltimore Ravens:
A legendary coach in Baltimore and the NFL, John Harbaugh has been in charge of the Ravens since 2008. A 12-year coach career, that has included eight playoff campaigns and a Super Bowl XLVII championship as head coach of the 2012 Baltimore Ravens. Although Harbaugh has already led a team to Super Bowl success, the Ravens 2019 season was arguably his best to date.
Harbaugh coached the Ravens to a league best 14-2 record, earning himself the Associated Press National Football League Coach of the Year Award for the first time in his career. Ahead of the 2020, Harbaugh has a 128-81 career record as Ravens head coach, which you could only expect to improve due to the strength of their current roster.
Off the back of one of the most impressive quarterback seasons in NFL history, the reigning league MVP Lamar Jackson will be coming into the 2020 season with the goal of leading the Ravens to Super Bowl success. Jackson is a dual threat quarterback who in 2019 led the league in touchdown passes (36) as well as broke Michael Vick’s NFL single season record for QB rush yards (1206), leading ravens to a 14-2 2019 record.
For Jackson to replicate an MVP season of that calibre would be near impossible, however, Jackson is clearly one of the most dominant athletes to ever play the quarterback position, and at 23 years of age, there is nothing stopping him from doing it all again.
After a disappointing playoff run last season, Jackson and the Ravens will be looking to become a serious postseason threat in 2020, and will have to get through the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs to get out of the AFC. Earmarking a mouth-watering playoff clash between Lamar Jackson and Patrick Mahomes.
Drafted in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft, it has not taken long for Marlon Humphrey to show that he is a force to be reckoned with in the NFL. After managing 13 starts in his first two seasons, Humphrey had a breakout 2019, earning 15 starts from 16 games, collecting 65 tackles, three interceptions, a team-leading 14 passes defended, three fumble returns for two touchdowns and two forced fumbles.
A player for big moments, Humphrey often came up clutch for the Ravens in 2019, including a one month stretch which included some big performances:
Having earned 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowls honours, Humphrey is a proven match winner, and at 23-year-old he has the potential to be one of the best cornerbacks in the league.
The Baltimore Ravens finished the 2019 NFL season with a 10-6-0 against the spread, and a 4-4-0 against the spread at home. Their away form was much better as they had a 6-2-0. When looking at over/under the overall record is 9-7-0, 4-4-0 at home and 5-3-0 on the road.
After making the playoffs in 2018 , it is no wonder that the Ravens were in contention to make it to the Super Bowl or even playoffs in the 2019 season and this was evident as on the day of the Ravens season opener they were +1800.
After winning the first two matches of the season over Miami and Arizona, the Ravens suffered a two game losing streak to Kansas City and Cleveland and by that time their value rose to +2333.
The Ravens responded by winning their next 12 games from October 7 to December 30, after their win against Seattle, on October 22 they were marked as +1800 heading into the bye weekend.
A day before they resumed their season they marked at +1600 and from there did not drop a game, and this had a significant move in the market as by December 31, their value dropped to +225, as they claimed the AFC North division.
A day before their AFC division playoff against Tennessee they were marked at +196 on January 10, however, the Ravens crashed out of the playoffs losing to the Titans 28-12.
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Where do the Baltimore Ravens play?
The Baltimore Ravens play their home games at the M & T Bank Stadium.
Who owns the Baltimore Ravens?
Stephen J. Biscotti is the majority owner of the Baltimore Ravens.
Has the Baltimore Ravens won an NFL Super Bowl?
The Baltimore Ravens have won two Super Bowls.
Who is the Baltimore Ravens coach?
John Harbaugh is the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens.
Do the Baltimore Ravens play tonight?
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What is the Baltimore Ravens record?
While we eagerly wait for the NFL season to begin, the Baltimore Ravens finished on top in the American Football Conference North, with a 14-2 win loss record.
Did the Baltimore Ravens win last night?
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How much is the Baltimore Ravens worth?
According to Forbes magazine, the Baltimore Ravens are worth $2.75 billion.
Who do the Baltimore Ravens play tonight?
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How to watch the Baltimore Ravens?
You can watch the Baltimore Ravens on CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, Direct TV NFL Sunday Ticket and BaltimoreRavens.com. On demand you can watch the games on CBS All Access and the Ravens app. While you can pre and post game coverage on Roku, apple TV and Amazon Alexa.
Will the Baltimore Ravens make the playoffs this year?
The new season of the NFL has started. The Baltimore Ravens finished on top in the American Football Conference North last season and made the playoffs but lost the wild card play off against the Los Angeles Chargers.
When do the Baltimore Ravens play?
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When is the next Baltimore Ravens game?
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Where did the Baltimore Ravens finish the season?
The Baltimore Ravens finished first in the American Football Conference North division in the 2019 NFL season.
How many games did the Baltimore Ravens win?
The Baltimore Ravens won 14 in the 2019 NFL season.
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