The NFL’s Baltimore Ravens continue to earn a reputation as a physically dominant team and a championship contender, led by a stout defense and superstar quarterback Lamar Jackson. Head coach John Harbaugh has taken the franchise to the playoffs nine times in 13 years, including a victory in Super Bowl XLVII.
The Ravens are widely considered one of the most imposing teams in the National Football League. Since their inception in the NFL as an expansion franchise in 1996, this hard-nosed style of play has been a key to the team's consistent success, including a half dozen division titles and a pair of Super Bowl rings.
Now competing in the AFC North Division, Baltimore's games against division rivals such as the powerhouse Pittsburgh Steelers and upstart Cleveland Browns are some of the NFL’s most physical and most anticipated matchups every season.
The team’s most memorable season came in 2000. Led by a historically dominant defense, the Baltimore Ravens marched all the way to their first championship, winning Super Bowl XXXV against the New York Giants. The Ravens only yielded one offensive touchdown throughout the playoffs and a league-best 165 total points the entire season, earning praise as the greatest defense in NFL history.
That 2000 team was led by Defensive Player of the Year Ray Lewis and offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden. Ogden and Lewis were the first two draft picks of the Baltimore Ravens, with each player spending their entire careers in Baltimore and ultimately earning spots in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Lewis and Ogden are also members of the Ravens' 19-person Ring of Honor, which includes several former Baltimore Colts as well (in a nod to the city's NFL roots).
The most recent player inducted to the Ring of Honor is Ed Reed, who helped Baltimore return to glory in the 2012 season. Baltimore successfully capped a string of five consecutive postseason appearances with a trip to the big game and a dramatic 34-31 victory over San Francisco that year. Dubbed the 'Harbaugh Bowl', the Super Bowl in New Orleans pitted John Harbaugh's team against brother Jim's 49ers. Baltimore held on for a three-point win on a night that might be most remembered for a mid-game power blackout.
The newest generation of Ravens, most notably 2019 MVP Lamar Jackson, begin action this season with a Monday Night Football showdown at Las Vegas September 13. Baltimore's home opener comes six nights later in a clash with defending AFC champion Kansas City and star QB Patrick Mahomes. Other highlights of the schedule include an October 11 MNF visit from Indianapolis, a Thursday night trip to Miami (November 11), and a Sunday night showdown against Cleveland November 28.
The Ravens finish the season with two consecutive home games, hosting the Rams January 2 and then welcoming the Steelers to M&T Bank Stadium on January 9 in a game that could have significant postseason implications.
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