- Super Bowl Championships: 2
- Last Super Bowl Championship: Super Bowl 47
- Claim to Fame: Allowed just 165 points in the 2000 season, which is an all-time NFL low for a 16-game season, and possess the highest winning percentage in the postseason (65.2%)
- Claim to Shame: Joe Flacco is the best QB in Baltimore history
For the first time since entering the league in 1996, it feels like the Baltimore Ravens appear to be in a true transitional stage.
Since Art Modell uprooted the franchise from Cleveland and into the state of Maryland, the Ravens have been a consistently excellent team – outside of their first few seasons.
In 2000, Baltimore set NFL records for fewest points allowed (165) and fewest yards rushing allowed (970) in a 16-game schedule en route to the Super Bowl 35 title.
A dozen years later, backed by the coach-QB duo of John Harbaugh and Joe Flacco, the Ravens sent veteran (and soon to be Hall-of-Famer) Ray Lewis out a winner, claiming Super Bowl 47 against the 49ers.
Ironically, that win hurt the Ravens’ longterm, because it led to Joe Flacco inking a massive six-year, $120.6 million contract. But the Flacco era is finally, mercifully over and the Lamar Jackson era has begun.
The Louisville product was decent in his rookie season — his electrifying running abilities making up for his deficiencies as a passer — and he has all the tools to be a franchise pivot for years to come, as long as he improves his accuracy.
With Earl Thomas improving the secondary, the Ravens are hoping that the departures of mainstays Terrell Suggs and CJ Mosley won’t significantly setback a defense that has long been near the top of the NFL.
|Passing YPG Allowed||26||265.8|
|Rushing YPG Allowed||2||83|
|Otaro Alaka||Hamstring||IR||Alaka has been designated for the injured reserve list due to a hamstring injury and is expected to miss an extended period. Lasted Updated: 09/28/2019|
|Randin Crecelius||Concussion||IR||Crecelius has been designated for the injured reserve list with a concussion. A timetable for return has yet to be established. Lasted Updated: 09/05/2019|
|DeShon Elliott||Knee||IR||Elliott is on injured reserve due to a knee injury. Lasted Updated: 10/15/2019|
|Lamar Jackson||Illness||probable||Jackson is battling an illness but is expected to take the field against the Bengals on Sunday. Lasted Updated: 11/07/2019|
|Tony Jefferson||Knee||IR||Jefferson has landed on injured reserve with a torn ACL in his knee. Lasted Updated: 10/07/2019|
|Iman Marshall||Toe||IR||Marshall has hit the Injured Reserve/Designated for Return list due to a toe injury, and it is unknown if he will make his season debut Week 11 against the Texans. Lasted Updated: 10/28/2019|
|Pernell McPhee||Tricep||IR||McPhee has been placed on injured reserve with a torn triceps. Lasted Updated: 10/22/2019|
|Chris Moore||Thumb||questionable||Moore is bothered by a thumb injury, and his availability against the Bengals on Sunday is up in the air. Lasted Updated: 11/07/2019|
|Fish Smithson||Undisclosed||IR||Smithson has landed on the injured reserve list due to an undefined ailment, and a timetable for return has yet to be established. Lasted Updated: 09/05/2019|
|Ronnie Stanley||Knee||questionable||Stanley has a knee injury, and it is unclear if he will play Sunday against the Bengals. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019|
|Brynden Trawick||Arm||IR||Trawick has been added to the injured reserve list due to arm injury. It is uncertain if he will return later in the season. Lasted Updated: 10/03/2019|
|Marshal Yanda||Illness||questionable||Yanda is ailing from an illness, and it is unknown if the symptoms will subside in time for Sunday's game versus the Bengals. Lasted Updated: 11/06/2019|
|Tavon Young||Neck||IR||Young is on injured reserve due to a disc issue in his neck. Lasted Updated: 09/01/2019|