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NFL: Sep 8 @ 1:00pm

Spread Moneyline Total
MIA 5.5 +180 37.5
BAL -5.5 -250 37.5
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About the Ravens

Based in Baltimore, Maryland, are the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens play in the AFC North division and have their headquarters in Owing Mills. The Ravens’ home stadium is the M&T Bank Stadium, located in Pigtown, Baltimore.

Baltimore Ravens at the M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore Ravens at the M&T Bank Stadium

Eric DeCosta is the current manager of the Ravens and thanks to a pretty impressive track record, DeCosta’s has been recognized as one of the most influential people in sports under 35 years of age.

Back in 2011, DeCosta was a highly sought-after man as several teams wanted him as their General Manager. One of the bigger names among those were the Chicago Bears. Ultimately, DeCosta decided to sign a new contract with the Ravens in January 2012 as an executive, making him one of the highest paid people in his position. After the 2018 season, he replaced Ozzie Newsome as General Manager.

Team History

Art Modell, then owner of the Cleveland Browns, founded the Baltimore Ravens in 1996, when he decided to move the franchise to Baltimore. The league and the city of Cleveland reached an agreement in 1995 and Modell was allowed to move the team to Baltimore. However, Cleveland got to keep the Browns’ name and history. Thus, the Ravens were born.

The Ravens have been quite successful since 2000, with two Super Bowl victories (Super Bowl XXXV and XLVII) from the eleven times they qualified for the NFL Playoffs, two AFC Championship titles (2000, 2012), 15 playoff wins, appeared in AFC Championship games four times (2000, 2008, 2011, 2012), five division titles (2003, 2006, 2011, 2012, and 2018.

Currently, the Ravens are the only NFL team to achieve a perfect record in more than one Super Bowls. From 1996 until the end of the 2018 season, the Ravens were managed by Ozzie Newsome. In that period they had three coaches: John Harbaugh, Brian Billick  and Ted Marchibroda. Thanks to the record-breaking defensive unit season in 2000, the Ravens are known for their strong defensive play. Known as the face of the franchise, Ray Lewis led the team from the middle linebacker position.

The Ravens are currently valued at $2.5 billion, placing them on the 27th spot on the most valuable sports franchises in the world table. They are owned by Steve Bisciotti.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders
The Ravens’ Cheerleaders

Team Success

In 1999, Brian Billick was handed the coach position after the Ravens had been struggling in the previous three seasons under Ted Marchibroda. Billick landed the coach position with the Ravens after a successful season as offensive coordinator at the Minnesota Vikings the year before.

The Ravens signed quarterback Tony Banks from the St. Louis Rams, which turned out to be a very good move since he had a personal best season with 17 touchdown passes. His pass rating was 81.2. Receiver Qadry Ismail was also signed the same year and he had a 1,000-yard season. The Ravens finished with an 8-8 record after a bad start of 4-7.

The Ravens’ defense went on to set two new NFL records in the 2000 season, by managing to hold opposing teams to 165 points in total. The two previous records were set by the Chicago Bears in 1985 and 1986.

That same year the Ravens won the Super Bowl XXXV, with a 34-7 record, becoming only the third wild card team to do it.

Ravens Team Success

Famous Players

Ray Lewis

Lewis won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year award in 2000 and also led the team to their Super Bowl XXXV victory. He was only the second linebacker to scoop the Super Bowl MVP award. Lewis’ second Defensive Player of the Year award came in 2003, making him the sixth player in NFL history to win the same award more than once.

A triceps tear injury kept him away from the game for the better part of the 2012-13 season but he eventually returned to help the team in the playoffs and win his second Super Bowl in his last NFL game ever. Five years later, Ray Lewis was introduced to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Ed Reed

Ed Reed took part in nine Pro Bowl all-star NFL games, won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2004, and holds the two longest interception returns records. Reed is also the holder of the record for interception return yards, 1,590, as well as postseason interceptions, 9. At the time of his retirement, his 64 regular season interceptions placed him on the 6th spot on the NFL all-time leader list. During his prime, Reed had the nickname “ball hawk”.

Terrell Suggs

Terrell Suggs is still an active player with seven Pro Bowl selections. He was a member of the Ravens team that won Super Bowl XLVII in 2011 and also won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year that season.