5 Reasons For Baltimore Ravens Fans To Be Thankful

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Sep 11, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; A Baltimore Ravens fan wears a Ray Rice jersey into the stadium prior to the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports
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Reason #5: M&T Bank Stadium

If you have not been to M&T Bank Stadium, I highly recommend that you fix that. It has only been around since 1998 and it is a great stadium. The stadium is visible as soon as you make your way into the city and it sits right next to the beautiful Orioles Park at Camden Yards.

I have sat in all different areas of the stadium and can say that there is not a bad view. Nose-bleed seats still provide a good angle to watch the game. Even before you enter the stadium, you can visit the Ravens Walk. The walk features different bars and food as well as live music. It is an awesome tailgate experience that will keep you busy before the game starts.

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The stadium also provides for a major home field advantage for the Ravens. Baltimore fans love their football and it shows. Every game fills up the stadium and the vibe is always electric. Even after last season, which was full of injuries, the fans stuck by their team and showed up to games. Ravens fans should be thankful that they have such a nice stadium to watch football at on Sundays. I get the chills every time I watch the players run out the tunnel for pregame introduction. It provides a great experience for fans and is must visit if you are in Baltimore.