Baltimore Ravens History

The Baltimore Ravens are in their twenty-seventh season, playing their home games at M&T Bank Stadium, in Baltimore, Maryland since 1998. The Ravens are led by head coach John Harbaugh since 2008.

The Ravens have won two Super Bowls in their history, most recently in 2012.

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Franchise Award Winners

In 2019, head coach John Harbaugh won Coach of the Year after leading the team to a 14-2-0 record.

During their careers, multiple players have won awards for the team: Ed Reed won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2004; Terrell Suggs won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2011 and the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2003; Peter Boulware won the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year in 1997; Ray Lewis won the AP Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 and 2003; Jamal Lewis won the AP Offensive Player of the Year in 2003; Lamar Jackson won the Most Valuable Player in 2019.

Baltimore Ravens by the Decades

1990s

The Baltimore Ravens' inaugural season was 1996. During the decade, the Ravens had a record of 24-39-1 during the regular season and not a single game in the playoffs. They played their home games at Memorial Stadium (1996-1997) and PSINet Stadium (1999–2002) (1998-1999). They won zero division titles. The Ravens ranked 4th in the AFC Central division with a win percentage of 38%.

2000s

During the decade, the Ravens had a record of 92-68-0 during the regular season and 8-5 in the playoffs. They played their home games at M&T Bank Stadium. They won two division titles. The Ravens ranked 1st in the AFC Central division with a win percentage of 69% and ranked 2nd in the AFC North division with a win percentage of 55%. They won one Super Bowl in 2000.

2010s

During the decade, the Ravens had a record of 98-62-0 during the regular season and 7-5 in the playoffs. In fact, the ninety-eight wins represents the most wins in a decade for the Ravens. They played their home games at M&T Bank Stadium. They won four division titles. The Ravens ranked 2nd in the AFC North division with a win percentage of 61%. They won one Super Bowl in 2012.

2020s

During the decade, the Ravens had a record of 19-14-0 during the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs. They played their home games at M&T Bank Stadium. They won zero division titles. The Ravens ranked 2nd in the AFC North division with a win percentage of 58%.

Baltimore Ravens Head Coaching History

Head Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
John Harbaugh 2008-2022 137-88-0 60.9% 11-8
Brian Billick 1999-2007 80-64-0 55.6% 5-3
Ted Marchibroda 1996-1998 16-31-1 34.4% 0-0

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