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2015 Baltimore Ravens Tickets

Let Flaco Lead the Way

 Baltimore ravens tickets are winners, pure and simple. The Ravens won two Super Bowls using completely different philosophies. The first was a dominant defense and decent offense. The second was a powerful offense and above average defense. This is a franchise and ownership that understands winning is winning, no matter how you get there. In 2015 the Baltimore Ravens will win and they’ll have a shot at getting back to the Super Bowl, making Ravens tickets one of the better bets in the NFL.  Read More...

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The Offense

 There’s been a change in Offensive Coordinators, swapping Gary Kubiak for Marc Trestman, which will more than likely shift the focus of the offense more towards the passing game. It’s just a shift, not a wave, and the Ravens will still rely heavily on Justin Forsett, who turned in a 1,266 yard season in 2014. Paired with Lorenzo Taliaferro, Baltimore has a contrasting duo that complement each other well.

 Of course, the Ravens offense runs through the always reliable Joe Flaco, who seems to keep getting better. Flaco will benefit from the savvy of Trestman, and his receiver group is evolving around younger players. Steve Smith is the foundation, an experienced veteran who show some signs of age but is still dependable. 1st Round pick Brashad Perriman is a good prospect with a chance to start in game 1. Running a West Coast style offense means the Ravens have high hopes for rookie Max Williams, a big guy with a solid pedigree from Minnesota.

The Defense

 In the NFL, rushing the quarterback is a base philosophy. The Ravens must improve in this area in 2015. Brandon Williams anchors a defensive line that shows some promising signs. Newly arrived Timmy Jernigan is an improvement in the run stopping defense.  Linebacker could become an issue as the season wears on. Terrell Suggs is still a dominant force when healthy but he’s getting up in age, as is Elvis Dumervil. C.J. Mosly seems to be the heir apparent in a long line of great Baltimore linebackers and he’ll play a bigger role in 2015.

 In the secondary the Ravens have a good pair of corners but keeping them on the field has been a struggle. Lardarius Webb could move to the nickel slot to take some pressure off, and Jimmy Smith is likely to be healthy to begin the season. If these two stay on the field, all will be well. At Safety, Kendrick Lewis is better against the run than the pass but he’ll do for now. A host of faces are competing for backup slots and Baltimore could turn up a gem from a crowded group.

 

The Gut Check

 Baltimore Ravens tickets are as good a bet as any in the NFL for bringing in postseason action. What the Ravens need to do is find a way to win the AFC North and keep the Steelers and Bengals at bay in order to clinch some home games in the playoffs. If that happens, ravens fans have a good shot at going to San Francisco in the New Year. 


Great 2015 Baltimore Ravens Tickets

The AFC North should be one heck of an interesting battle in 2015. The Baltimore Ravens secured a playoff spot while the Cincinnati Bengals captured the AFC North title. Considering the history of this division it would be hard to pass up Ravens tickets for any contest with these two teams on the field. That’s not to mention the Pittsburgh Steelers, who come into the season as a virtual Wild Card because of off the field problems. Ravens tickets will also give you a look at the Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, and the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints, all at home in M & T Bank Stadium.

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Baltimore Ravens Tickets – Following Joe Flacco

Baltimore Ravens tickets have long been a pass to watch a dominant defense, a kind of throwback to the days when scores were low and stopping the run was everything. Guys like Ray Lewis set the tone and commanded the most respect in the locker room and in the media. For the Baltimore Ravens it was as much necessity as anything. Then along comes QB Joe Flacco with a great rookie year in 2008. He follows it up with a respectable sophomore season despite being hampered by injuries and Ravens ticket holders are rewarded with a playoff berth. Suddenly the Baltimore Ravens have an offense and a team leader in Joe Flacco. Boasting the NFLs 3rd ranked defense and 13th ranked offense in 2009 the Baltimore Ravens are now geared up for a run at an AFC North title and a Super Bowl and Ravens tickets are set to pay huge dividends.

2010 Baltimore Ravens

While the Ravens defense is too good not to play a prominent role in the Ravens fortunes, it’s pretty clear that Joe Flacco is the guy set to push the Ravens into the final mile. Flacco has now engineered two consecutive playoff seasons, the last taking the Ravens all the way to the AFC Championship. In an attempt to give Flacco as many weapons as possible the Baltimore Ravens hit the market for wide receivers, signing Donte Stallworth and trading with the Cardinals for Anquan Boldin. The two complement each other nicely, with Boldin making tough catches across the middle and Stallworth a speedy player who can stretch a defense. These two should make Ravens tickets more of an offensive show that Baltimore fans are used to. But they’ll like it. Of course the Ravens offense is still built around the run and running back Ray Rice showed he can carry the load. Rice gained 1,339 yards over the course of the season, but more importantly elevated his game in the playoffs. With Willis McGahee offering a nice change of pace, the Baltimore running game is a solid foundation for Joe Flacco to build upon.

Great 2010 Baltimore Ravens Tickets

The AFC North should be one heck of an interesting battle in 2010. The Baltimore Ravens secured a playoff spot while the Cincinnati Bengals captured the AFC North title. Considering the history of this division it would be hard to pass up Ravens tickets for any contest with these two teams on the field. That’s not to mention the Pittsburgh Steelers, who come into the season as a virtual Wild Card because of off the field problems. Ravens tickets will also give you a look at the Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, and the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans Saints, all at home in M & T Bank Stadium.

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