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Below is the 2015 Baltimore Ravens schedule for M&T Bank Stadium. To buy tickets select the date of the Football game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Ravens tickets by phone.

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December 17, 2017
Sunday, 3:30 AM
PARKING: Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens
FirstEnergy Stadium Parking Lots
Cleveland, OH
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December 17, 2017
Sunday, 1:00 PM
Cleveland Browns vs. Baltimore Ravens
FirstEnergy Stadium - Cleveland
Cleveland, OH
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December 23, 2017
Saturday, 3:30 AM
PARKING: Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts
M&T Bank Stadium Parking Lots
Baltimore, MD
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December 23, 2017
Saturday, 4:30 PM
Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts
M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore, MD
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December 31, 2017
Sunday, 3:30 AM
PARKING: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals
M&T Bank Stadium Parking Lots
Baltimore, MD
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December 31, 2017
Sunday, 1:00 PM
Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals
M&T Bank Stadium
Baltimore, MD
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Baltimore Ravens Team Info

For the last couple of years, Ravens fans that have been lucky enough to get their hands on seats have probably left the game shaking their heads and thinking the exact same thing: “Boy, if the Ravens could ever get some solid play at quarterback, they’d be tough to beat.” Baltimore head coach Brian Bellick agreed and he did something about it this offseason, bringing veteran signal caller Steve McNair. And just like that the Ravens became one of the hottest teams around.

McNair is the perfect solution for the Ravens’ quarterback dilemma. He arrives with 12 years of experience under his belt, not to mention more than a 100 touchdown passes. He’ll try to lead a helping hand in the mentoring process of quarterback Kyle Boller, while also ending his career on a high note.

The AFC North is one of the toughest divisions in all of the NFL. The Ravens’ non-division schedule is no cakewalk either To contend with a brutal schedule, the Ravens will need McNair to energize what has been a stagnant offense over the last few years. He’ll a familiar face to help the cause in leading receiver Derrick Mason. Second-year wide out Mark Clayton, Baltimore’s top pick in the Draft, showed signs of brilliance in his rookie campaign. He hauled in 44 passes and scored a pair of touchdowns. Running back Jamal Lewis also will be expected carry the load on the ground. Despite battling a nagging ankle injury, Lewis rumbled his way to close to 1,000 yards and will look to return to his form of only a couple years ago when he led the league in rushing.

While the Ravens’ offense has been inconsistent at best, Baltimore’s defense remains one of the most tenacious in all of football. Led by linebacker Ray Lewis and ball-hawking safety Ed Reed, the Ravens’ defense is loaded with playmakers. The addition of pass rushing specialist Trevor Pryce to go along with Terrell Suggs only intensifies the Ravens’ defensive reputation.

The acquisition of McNair added to Baltimore’s vaunted defense instantly made the Ravens’ contenders. Will Bellick be able to put all the pieces together and lead the Ravens to a second Super Bowl title? Is McNair the Ravens’ ticket back to the Playoffs? Fans will be watching this season for the answers.