M&T Bank Stadium
Situated in the heart of Baltimore is M&T Bank Stadium, a shrine to the purple and black that has been hosting Ravens games since 1998. A seating capacity of over 71,000 ensures that the hometown crowd will have their presence felt when opposing teams take the field.
These amazing Ravens suites are furnished with a luxurious lounge seating area, full bar, private bathroom, and HD TVs. Your guests at Ravens games will never want to leave the stadium. Those with the good fortune to attend a game in the Baltimore Ravens suites know that they have a dedicated staff who will attend to their every need during the game.
A typical Ravens suite consists of 20-24 tickets along with parking passes. For larger parties, additional suite tickets are always available. Special credentials are sometimes available, allowing guests down to the sidelines prior to the game.
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Following nearly 15 years of heartbreak after the Colts unceremoniously left Baltimore in the middle of the night, the city rejoiced in the opportunity to once again be a football town when the Baltimore Ravens were born in 1996. Today, more than 20 years after the Ravens became an NFL franchise, one key principle remains unchanged from the immediate identity that the team carved out for itself; punishing and unrelenting defense.
A solid front office started things off right in their inaugural NFL draft, picking up two players known throughout the sport. First overall pick Jonathan Ogden went on to become an 11-time Pro Bowler and Hall of Famer. Their other pick in the first round was Ray Lewis, the man who would go on to embody everything that being a Baltimore Raven means.
The impact on the field was felt immediately as the Ravens record improved over the course of their first four seasons, culminating in a convincing 34-7 Super Bowl victory in 2000 over the New York Giants. Ray Lewis was named the Super Bowl MVP.
Lewis would go on to another Super Bowl victory with the Ravens 13 years later with a completely different roster around him. The grizzled veteran served as an inspiration as he overcame an injury to play effectively with one good arm. Quarterback Joe Flacco was the MVP of this game that pitted Coach John Harbaugh against his brother Jim’s squad, the San Francisco 49ers. An epic game in New Orleans ended with a 34-31 victory for Baltimore and the franchise’s second Lombardi Trophy.
Following their momentous victory in the Super Bowl following the 2012 season, Baltimore has been plagued with complacency and mediocrity. While continuing to pay franchise quarterback Joe Flacco an exorbitant amount of money, his production had not lived up to the contact. The team around him, too, had taken a step back. The 2017 campaign netted a record of 9-7, keeping them out of playoff contention. Coach John Harbaugh’s message was not resonating with his players in any measurable way.
Ratcheting up the intensity in 2018, the Ravens made the playoffs despite a crazy season at quarterback. Flacco’s mediocre performance prior to an injury had everyone in Baltimore wondering what the team had in their backup quarterback, Lamar Jackson, who was taken 32nd overall in the 2018 draft out of Louisville. This dynamic QB got right to work, setting a Ravens franchise record for rushing yards in a game with 117 in his debut. Keeping the team afloat, Lamar’s performance led to a quarterback controversy in Baltimore. In a stunning offseason move, the Ravens traded Flacco to the Denver Broncos, securing Jackson’s starting role for years to come.
Jackson’s first full season as the starter was one for the record books. An MVP caliber season, Jackson led the Ravens to a division title while picking up over 1,000 yards rushing as a quarterback. Fans in Baltimore know they have a great player who will be with them for a very long time.
Second year tight end Mark Andrews had an amazing season, leading the team in receiving yards while 2019 25th overall draft pick Marquise Brown had the most yards among wide receivers. In addition to rushing done by Lamar Jackson, the Ravens also benefited from the signing of former New Orleans Saints back Mark Ingram. He would eclipse 1,000 yards on the ground.
It is strange to see Baltimore without a clear cut leader on the defensive side of the ball. All of the familiar names have moved on, leaving behind a capable squad intent on making a name for themselves. Marlon Humphrey takes charge from the cornerback position, aided by Earl Thomas and Marcus Peters. Chris Wormley lines up at defensive end with the intention of crushing the quarterback and/or stuffing the run on each play. Calais Campbell joined the team in free agency and could be a game changer up front on defense. At the 2020 NFL Draft, Baltimore elected to use their 28th overall pick to bring in Patrick Queen from LSU. This linebacker has unlimited potential and could be the new face of this group.
Expectations were high in Baltimore that the Ravens could hang on to the AFC North title in 2019. A 14-2 regular season record accomplished that goal and earned them a Wild Card bye. However, an upset in the Divisional Round against the Tennessee Titans ended the season for the Ravens. Baltimore fans are already focused on next year. They expect to repeat as AFC North champions. However, bitter rivals in the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, and Cincinnati Bengals always seek to spoil the fun. Some of the greatest players to ever wear a Ravens jersey include Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Jonathan Ogden, Terrell Suggs, and Jamal Lewis. More information about the history of the Baltimore Ravens can be found by clicking here.
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