Congratulations guys. You've made it.
It was a long and arduous journey. Eight months of suffering, eight months of no football, and eight months of 'Deflategate' talk that seemed to never end.
But you made it. Give yourself a pat on the back and a nice cold one. Because you did it. People should be in awe of your strength and fortitude to fight through the personal hell that is the NFL offseason. You're a modern day superhero.
Hell yea. Caw caw indeed.
So the Ravens kick off their 2015-16 season against the Denver Broncos tomorrow, and you're probably wanting to know where you can see the game.
We got you.
Below are some of the many options for you to watch and listen to. No matter where you watch the game, keep the Beatdown close by for all of the latest updates, as I'll be your gameday manager for the season.
Coverage Map (via 506 Sports)
Date/Time: Sunday, September 13th (Tomorrow) / 4:25 EST
Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
Broadcasters: CBS (refer to above map for coverage areas)
Commentators: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
- BaltimoreRavens.com (website, mobile and tablet apps)
- WBAL 1090 AM
- 98Rock WIYY (97.9 FM)
- XM Internet 802 (Ravens)/XM Internet 82 (Broncos)/XM Internet 157 (Spanish)
- 12 regional affiliates in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware, D.C, and West Virginia
- Our Rabble channel! Listen as Matthew and Kyle call the game live.
NFL Game Pass (Free 7-Day Trial)
Ahem. Other options that we can't link.
We are taking advantage of one of SBNations's great tools, the StoryStream. Simply visit or follow the stream to get all of our reports on the game.
And that's it. Hope you all have a fantastic evening watching your Baltimore Ravens! If you're watching live or listening in, keep the Beatdown in mind for the web and journalistic side of things.