The dream of raising the Super Bowl is yet to come close to becoming a reality for the Baltimore Ravens. After months and months of games and practices, the ultimate prize of being known as the Super Bowl Champion once again seems to still be far from reach for the Ravens. The journey to this point has been harrowing for the team. Close calls have been strewn across the path to the title and on multiple occasions, the team seemed to be on the verge of failing to reach their ultimate goal. As it stands now however, the Baltimore Ravens still has one goal in mind, and that is to bring the Lombardi Trophy again to the Charm City.
The Ravens have only managed to reach this point thanks to the highly skilled and highly motivated players they have on their roster. Quality players are found up and down the depth chart and they have helped to get the team to where it is now, this even with the retirement of such star players as Ray Lewis and Matt Birk. The presumptive Hall of Famer played his last season of professional football and he wanted nothing more than to finish with a flourish. Lewis announced his retirement prior to the start of the NFL Playoffs and his performance his since then has served to uplift the team emotionally. Heading into the Super Bowl, Lewis made sure to leave it all on the field in what will be his last game. Anchoring the Ravens on the other side of the ball during that monumental game was quarterback Joe Flacco. The much-maligned Flacco has endured numerous rounds of criticism over his time in the league, but he has still shown an ability to win the big games. The said Super Bowl game marked Flacco’s first trip to the title game and he definitely sought to make his maiden voyage a very successful one.
Thanks to Lewis, Flacco, and the other superlative players on the Baltimore roster, the Ravens have been able to string together an impressive number of wins. Beginning the playoffs back in Baltimore, the Ravens dominated the Colts to earn a spot in the second round. Heading into Denver that weekend, the Ravens looked severely overmatched, but thanks to some fortunate plays at the end the Ravens were able to claim a victory on the road against the heavily favored Broncos. When the Ravens rode their way into New England, the consensus was that the game would be tight throughout. But the Ravens did not want any part of the plan and they dominated the Patriots en route to earning a spot in the Super Bowl.
Come September 29, 2013, the Baltimore Ravens will be playing against the Buffalo Bills, and would, once again, be on the trail for success. For now, the results of the game are still shrouded in mystery but fans can be sure that the Ravens will leave it all out on the field. If you would like to make sure that you catch your favorite team in action, head to Ticket Broker and get your Baltimore Ravens tickets online today.
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