The defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens will look to defend their title this year with a revamped roster. While Joe Flacco and Ray Rice still lead the way defensively, the Ravens have many changes including the departure of key players like Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Anquan Boldin. Despite this, confidence still rides high in Ravens camp, and with the target on their backs, they'll have teams gunning for them. An easy way to spot the best home games is to look at the ticket prices for Ravens tickets.
On September 22nd, the Ravens will take on the Houston Texans at home with an average ticket price of $248.70. This is a hot ticket for many reasons, the largest probably being the return of Ed Reed as a new member of the Texans. Besides the return, this clash of two top AFC teams should be a great battle.
On October 13th, Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers travel to Baltimore with an average ticket price of $367.50. With two super bowl caliber teams, recent winners in that, this should be a premier game of the entire year.
On November 28th, the Ravens will take on familiar division rivals in the Pittsburgh Steelers, with most likely huge playoff implication. The average ticket price comes in at $360.49
On December 22nd, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots come to town in a rematch of the AFC Championship game. Again, this game should have huge playoff implications late in the season, likely involving important seeding. Familiarity breeds contempt, and there is no shortage of dislike between these two teams. The average ticket price comes in at $335.28