Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati Tickets
It is the time of the season again when the conference rivals, the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals collide in a game of epic proportions. These two teams know each other quite well as they have squared off every year since 1996. The Ravens lead the series but the Bengals are making a comeback with two wins in their last couple of games. The Bengals are on a very good run of form and have posted winning seasons in the last few years. The Ravens are, however going through a rough patch and will need to improve this season to qualify for the playoffs. So buy your Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati tickets and enjoy the excitement once again as the Ravens face the Bengals.
- Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens, Paul Brown Stadium tickets for 01/01 01:00 PM at Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
- Sun Jan 01 2017
Both teams have been part of the same conference ever since their inception and have played each other every year since 1996. It is a game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals. Art Modell, the owner of the Cleveland Browns, decided to move his franchise to the city of Baltimore and so the Ravens were born. Over twenty eight years before that, Modell had fired the popular Browns coach Paul Brown who went on to start his own franchise, the Cincinnati Bengals.
The two teams have always been inexplicably linked together because of their shared past and it is one of the major reasons why they share such a fierce rivalry. They have met each other on the football field over thirty seven times and the Ravens hold the advantage with three more wins. However, the Bengals have managed to beat the Ravens in the last two games they have played against each other. Will the Ravens stop this unwanted run? Buy your Baltimore Ravens Cincinnati tickets and find out for yourself.
The Baltimore Ravens were formed in 1996 and were formerly the Cleveland Browns. They have achieved a lot during the short space of time they have been a part of the NFL. They have won two Super Bowls, two conference championships and four division titles.
The Ravens have enjoyed a sustained period of success throughout the 2000s and it will be interesting to see if they can keep the winning momentum going this year as well.