Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Week 9

One of the biggest surprises of the season has been the play of the Baltimore Ravens and, more directly, the play of quarterback Lamar Jackson, who has been nothing short of amazing.  And this past week, the Ravens battled the New England Patriots…the unbeaten and consensus best team in the NFL, New England Patriots.  And, to my surprise, the Ravens came away victorious.  It wasn’t even close as the Ravens thoroughly dominated the Patriots from the get go.

Final score: Ravens – 37, Patriots – 20.

With the recap out of the way, let’s us take a look at the most recent photos of the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.   Click here to view the latest images from last Sunday.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Week 6

We begin our coverage of Week 6 of the NFL regular season with another look at the Balitmore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view the Ravens gallery of images from last Sunday.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Week 4

It was interesting week of football.  Several undefeated teams lost and the two others, the Patriots and Chiefs, nearly lost games in Week 4.  This just goes to show you that anything can happen in the NFL.  The good teams are competitive and the bad teams are consistent…consistently bad, that is.  And there are a few teams that are in the middle, potentially good and potentially bad. 

The Ravens are one of those in the middling teams.  They are 2 – 2 and are on the verge of something good and then they play a game like they did against the Browns, who outscored them 40 – 25.  I guess they have a ways to go to be considered among the very best teams  the NFL, but the potential is there.  So maybe we should give the Ravens a little more time to work things out before anoint them the next “Cleveland Browns”…the next emergent team on the rise.

So let’s take a look at this week’s Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders images.  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Week 2

One of the stories of the new NFL season is the emergence of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson as a top tier signal caller.  This has led to optimism and a new found excitement for those of us who have taken an interest in the Ravens, in my case for fantasy football purposes.

But this is not a site dedicated to fantasy football.  It’s a site dedicated to professional cheerleading and that being said, let us turn our attention to the other attraction in the “Crab Cake Capital of the World”, namely the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view this week’s game day gallery of images.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Preseason Week 2

When the Green Bay Packers made the trek to Baltimore for Week 2 of the NFL Preseason, I was hoping to catch a glimpse of Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and how he the new offense suited him, but I was to be disappointed when he was scratched from the game.  But that was okay because we get another close up look at the 2o19 Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery of images.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Photos from Preseason Week 1

Last week, the Baltimore Ravens showed some promise by defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars, 29 – 0, but it was a meaningless preseason game.  This week, the Ravens will up the competition level and play the Green Bay Packers…in another preseason game…hopefully their winning ways will continue.  Until then, let us enjoy their gallery of images from preseason week 1.  Click here to see the gallery.

Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Audition Photos

The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders held preliminary auditions recently for their 2019 cheerleading squad and they posted a large gallery of images from the event.  Click here to view the gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 12 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

The Baltimore Ravens got their second win in a row with Lamar Jackson at the helm.  This week, it was the Oakland Raiders who were the victims.  A balanced attack by the Ravens and a strong defensive effort kept the Raiders in check.  Final score: Ravens – 34, Raiders – 17.

With the win, the Ravens stay within one game of the division leading Pittsburgh Steelers with five games to go in the season.

Time to take a look at this week’s game day images of the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view their game day gallery of images.

NFL Regular Season Week 11 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

It’s a new era in Baltimore, who started rookie Lamar Jackson, the exciting quarterback from Louisville, in place of the injured Joe Flacco.  Many have speculated that Jackson is the future of the franchise and starting him now in order to further his development is the right thing to do.  Either way, this past Sunday was a chance to see the talented rookie in meaningful action for the first time.

Behind the signal calling of Jackson, the Ravens eked out a victory over division opponent Cincinnati, 24 – 21.  It was an unconventional performance, but effective as Jackson rushed 26 times for 119 yards and passed 19 times for 150 yards…just enough to keep the Bengals at bay.  Hey, a win is a win and this win propelled the Ravens into a tie for second place in the AFC North.

With the game recap behind us, we turn our attention to this week’s Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders images.  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.

NFL Regular Season Week 9 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

At the midway point in the season, every game is important if you want to make the playoffs and especially so if you are playing a division rival.  So the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens had a special importance because the division lead was at stake.

The Steelers have a potent offense with play makers at all the skill positions and the Ravens counter with the top ranked defense in the NFL and that’s a good thing considering the Ravens offense has been rather stagnant the past two weeks.  An interesting match up indeed.

So what happened?  The Steelers rolled up 395 yards, converted 10 of 16 third-down plays and held the ball for 36 1/2 minutes.  They scored 23 points against the Ravens, whose offensive woes continued.  Led by Joe Flacco, the Ravens were limited to one touchdown and three field goals against the Steelers and that wasn’t enough to defeat their rivals.  The final score, Steelers – 23, Ravens – 16.

On to better things…the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view this week’s images.

NFL Regular Season Week 7 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

It was a historic day in Baltimore where two milestones were made…one good and one not so good.  Drew Brees of the visiting New Orleans Saints threw his 500th touchdown passes, joining an elite club that includes Brett Favre, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.  The other milestone was made by Ravens kicker Justin Tucker, arguably the most accurate field goal kicker in the NFL, who missed is first extra point conversion of his career.  He was 222 for 222 on extra points since entering the league in 2002.  Now he’s 222 for 223 and unfortunately for the Ravens, that first missed extra point cost them the game.  Final score, Saints – 24, Ravens – 23.

Let’s change the subject and focus on the positive…the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders!  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.

 

NFL Regular Season Week 3 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

We begin our Week 3 coverage of the NFL regular season with a look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders in another wet and wild Sunday of football action.  The Denver Broncos were in town to face the Ravens in a battle of likely playoff contenders. Fortunately for the hometown fans, the Raven prevailed 27 – 14.  If you want to see a gallery of images from game day, click here.

NFL Regular Season Week 1 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

Rain had a major impact on several NFL games in week 1 and in Baltimore it significantly affected game play…for the Buffalo Bills.  Or may be it was the Ravens themselves that led to the lopsided loss for the Bills. 

Joe Flacco must have seen what happened to the Alex Smith last year when the Chiefs drafted QB Patrick Mahomes.  With his future in K.C. in doubt, Smith went on the throw the ball like he had never done before…namely more deep balls and less dump offs…but that was still not enough to prevent his eventual departure from the Chiefs.  In an eerily similar situation, the Ravens used a high draft pick to select their possible QB of the future, Lamar Jackson and in the first game of the 2018 NFL season Joe Flacco threw the ball like a man about to lose his job.  Uncharacteristically efficient,  he passed for 236 yards and three TDs.  Was it enough to convince his naysayers that he is the present and the future for the Ravens…we shall see.

But in the meantime, let’s take a look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders who braved the inclement weather to cheer on the Ravens to victory.  Click here to view the Ravens game day gallery.

NFL Preseason Week 4 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

To paraphrase Edgar Allan Poe, Quoth the Raven “NFL Preseason Nevermore.”  And with the Baltimore Ravens game against the Washington Redskins concluded, the NFL Preseason came to a glorious end for these two teams.  So let’s take a look at the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view a gallery of game day images.

NFL Preseason Week 1 – The Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders

Week 1 of the NFL Preseason saw the Baltimore Ravens absolutely destroy the Los Angeles Rams in a game that was essentially meaningless.  What was not meaningless was the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders.  Click here to view to see a gallery of images from the game.