Archive for September, 2009
For the first time a long time, the Ravens are ranked #1 in ESPN.com’s power rankings. The 2-0 Ravens are one of 9 NFL teams that remain undefeated going into week 3. So far, the usually defense-heavy Ravens have looked balanced on offense and defense.
Buy tickets for the Ravens Oct 11 game against the Bengals
Chad Ochocincoretardo and the Bengals stroll into town for a game against the Ravens on October 11. As with all but one Ravens home game this season, this game has a Sunday 1:00pm start time (we get a Sunday night game in late November). Tickets for this game are actually selling for lower than normal price on the secondary market. I’ve found some for under $90, which is rare for cheap-seat Ravens tickets. The 50-yard line seats and luxury seats are also still available if you’re trying to get in some politico’s pocket or just trying to impress your mistress.
Ravens v. Browns tickets 9/27
The Cleveland Browns roll into town to take their annual beating at the hands of the Ravens on September 27. This is a Sunday game with the usual 1:00pm start time. Tickets at the always-expensive M&T Bank Stadium for this game are running around $90 on the secondary market on the low-end, and $3000 for the luxury box seats and other super-premium tix. Ravens tickets always seem expensive, but you can still get your entire large Ravens-loving family into the stadium for under $1,000, and you’ll have a lot more fun than riding in the teacups at Disney World.