The 2023 Baltimore Ravens will be looking to improve on a season where they finished 10-7 and made the playoffs as a Wild Card after finishing second in the AFC North behind the Cincinnati Bengals. Those same Bengals beat the Ravens in the opening round of the playoffs, holding serve at home to bounce the Ravens 24-17 at Paycor Stadium.
Much is expected of the Ravens this fall, but their tickets are still reasonably priced. Immortal Seats has tickets to the season opener at M&T Bank Stadium against the Houston Texans for under 100 bucks, while tickets for the second home game against the Indianapolis Colts are even cheaper and can be had for around $80. The most anticipated home game of the season is the battle on Thursday, November 16, against the Bengals, and even tickets for that rivalry contest are available as of writing for less than $120.
Check out the Baltimore Ravensfull home schedule at the end of this post.
Is Lamar Jackson worth the money?
The last few decades have told us you cannot win the Super Bowl without an elite quarterback. Lamar Jackson is an elite quarterback at his best, but his style of play leaves him open to hits – and picking up injuries – more than almost any other quarterback that would be put in that class.
Jackson signed a monster extension in the offseason. The five-year, $260 million extension has the quarterback position set in stone in Baltimore. Contracts like that have other cap implications, and history has shown that the time to win a Super Bowl with a heavy contract under center is immediately after the deal is signed, before the cap hit leads to necessary attrition at other positions. That means that this is a win now couple of years for the Ravens, and for that to be a thing, Jackson simply MUST stay healthy and play a full 17-game plus playoffs season.