Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens

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Standings Prediction

Won't stay at #2
The Ravens will rise to the top in their division.
NFL #4/16
IronRank #2/16
AFC North
NFL #2/4
IronRank #1/4

Ravens Schedule

2018-2019 Season
Date Opponent Prediction Result
Week 1
Sunday, Sep 9
Buffalo Bills vs Bills WIN 47-3 WIN
Week 2
Thursday, Sep 13
Cincinnati Bengals at Bengals WIN 34-23 LOSS
Week 3
Sunday, Sep 23
Denver Broncos vs Broncos WIN 27-14 WIN
Week 4
Sunday, Sep 30
Pittsburgh Steelers at Steelers LOSS 14-26 WIN
Week 5
Sunday, Oct 7
Cleveland Browns at Browns WIN
Week 6
Sunday, Oct 14
Tennessee Titans at Titans WIN
Week 7
Sunday, Oct 21
New Orleans Saints vs Saints WIN
Week 8
Sunday, Oct 28
Carolina Panthers at Panthers WIN
Week 9
Sunday, Nov 4
Pittsburgh Steelers vs Steelers WIN
Week 11
Sunday, Nov 18
Cincinnati Bengals vs Bengals WIN
Week 12
Sunday, Nov 25
Oakland Raiders vs Raiders WIN
Week 13
Sunday, Dec 2
Atlanta Falcons at Falcons WIN
Week 14
Sunday, Dec 9
Kansas City Chiefs at Chiefs LOSS
Week 15
Sunday, Dec 16
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Buccaneers WIN
Week 16
Sunday, Dec 23
at Chargers WIN
Week 17
Sunday, Dec 30
Cleveland Browns vs Browns WIN

Predicted Ranking for 2018-19 Season

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How the Ravens compare to the teams within their conference


#5 Ravens
Great passing by the Ravens:
355 yds Sep 30, 2018 at Steelers
261 yds Dec 10, 2017 at Steelers
269 yds Dec 3, 2017 vs Lions


#11 Ravens
Great rushing by the Ravens:
139 yds Nov 27, 2017 vs Texans
125 yds Oct 15, 2017 vs Bears
157 yds Sep 10, 2017 at Bengals

red zone performance

#3 Ravens
Great red zone performance by the Ravens:
100% Sep 13, 2018 at Bengals
100% Oct 26, 2017 vs Dolphins
100% Sep 24, 2017 at Jaguars

scoring points

#2 Ravens
High points scored by the Ravens:
26 pts Sep 30, 2018 at Steelers
38 pts Dec 10, 2017 at Steelers
44 pts Dec 3, 2017 vs Lions

Ravens Stats

How the Ravens compare to the teams within their conference
Passing Offense
of 32
Rushing Offense
of 32
Red Zone Efficiency
of 32
Fumbles Caused
of 32
of 32
of 32

Iron Rank Over Time

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The Baltimore Ravens are a member of the NFL’s American Football Conference. In 1996, the club began to play in Baltimore as the Ravens after a controversial move from Cleveland. At the time, team owner Art Modell was in financial trouble and decided to move the Cleveland Browns franchise to Baltimore where he could benefit from a new stadium in the near future.  Although the club relocated and brought along players who were under contract during the time, the team was legally recognized as an expansion franchise by the NFL. Since this was the case, the Browns’ name, team colors, and heritage would remain in Cleveland which was promised a new franchise by the NFL by no later than 1999.

The name Ravens was inspired by poet and famous Baltimore citizen Edgar Allan Poe and was chosen by fan voting within the city of Baltimore. The Ravens began play at Memorial Stadium in 1996 before moving to the new M&T Bank Stadium in 1998. Since the Ravens brought along a full roster of players from Cleveland, they did not endure the usual growing pains most expansion franchises experience.  

After several seasons in Baltimore, the Ravens emerged as one of the better teams in the NFL, led by a hard-nosed defense featuring star linebacker Ray Lewis. Lewis was a huge part of the club’s Super Bowl XXXV championship. During regular season of that year, the Ravens set an NFL record for the fewest points allowed in a 16 game season. (Just 165.)

Ray Lewis became the face of the franchise over the next 13 seasons and helped the Ravens to a second Super Bowl title in 2013 before retiring. The Ravens have become a franchise known for their tough defensive play since moving to Baltimore. The club has qualified for the NFL’s post-season nine times and won four division titles since the 2000 season. The Ravens have truly been one of the most dominant teams in the NFL since their inception. In 2013, Jonathan Ogden became the first Raven to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Ogden played for the Ravens as an offensive lineman from 1996 to 2007.


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