The Baltimore Ravens have a promising future after their victory in Super Bowl XLVII, and many fans interested in getting their hands on Baltimore Ravens tickets are expecting them to repeat the feat this season. A quick look at the Ravens schedule shows that gaining entrance into the playoffs will be no cakewalk, but John Harbaugh is one of the best leaders the league, and Joe Flacco has been fitted with a contract deserving of a multiple champion.
The Ravens have been a perennial contender in the AFC for a long time, and they intend to stay that way. They were not major players in the free-agent market, but they were able to secure a number of young defensive players for reasonable amounts of cash. The plan in Baltimore has been pretty simple in recent years – have Joe Flacco play a smart game while also utilizing his ability to throw the deep ball, then let the defense take care of the rest. All pieces seem to still be in place in order for that plan to be effective.
Head coach John Harbaugh will be unable to compete in any more Har-Bowls after his brother was unceremoniously dismissed by the 49ers and landed at the University of Michigan. It is a shame, because it is very likely that John will be able to lead his team to a least one more Super Bowl appearance before the end of the decade.
The Ravens were edged by the eventual champion Patriots in the Divisional Playoff round last year, but the squad went home knowing that they were good enough to win the Super Bowl. If they're going to once again return to football's brightest stage, they will need to take care of all four divisional home games, as well as import matchups with the San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams and a Week 14 nationally-televised Sunday night matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.
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