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Looking For Baltimore Ravens Tickets?

With the 2013 NFL schedule out there for all to see, TiqIQ breaks down the Baltimore Ravens tickets and some of the most and least expensive games of the upcoming season.

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The Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl in 2012, and despite a good amount of turnover, Baltimore still figures to field a very competitive team again in 2013. Ray Lewis is retired, Anquan Boldin was traded to the 49ers, and Ed Reed signed with the Houston Texans. All bad news, to be sure, but Baltimore saved cash and made smart, cheap acquisitions in Rolando McClain, Michael Huff and Elvis Dumervil.

Instead of a complete drop-off, Baltimore fans might not be crazy to start hitting their chest and boldly predicting a Super Bowl repeat. It’s unlikely, but the Ravens still look very good on paper and they should make things very interesting in the AFC North.
Looking ahead to the 2013 NFL season, Tiq IQ breaks down Baltimore’s top-priced games, as well as their best value games at home:

Ravens Home Avg: $320
Ravens Top-Priced Games For 2013
Ravens Top Value Games For 2013
Baltimore already looks to be well on their way to avoiding the dreaded "Super Bowl hangover". The reason why is because GM Ozzie Newsome does a masterful job in building a winner, and his team remains one of the most balanced in the entire league. If his defense can get better while getting younger, the Ravens could be in serious contention for another title run.