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2016 Super Bash

RAVENSROOSTnewCome one, come all to the 2016 Ravens Roost #4 Bull Roast.

$550 per Table of 10
$120 a Couple
$65 per single ticket

Reserved seating ONLY for complete tables
Tickets are limited


January 30th
7pm-11pm
Martin’s West
6817 Dogwood Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21244


ALL YOU CAN EAT AND DRINK
Including Steamed Shrimp, Hand Carved Beef, Hand Carved Turkey, BBQ Chicken, and Much More


Live Auction – Silent Auction – Raffles
Autographed National Sports Memorabilia
Cruises & Vacation packages
Jewelry & Decor


For tickets or questions contact:
Nancy Shirey
Cell: 443-745-2025
Email: nshirey@cruiseone.com

Iggy’s Baltimore Sports report – January 25, 2016

Ravens:
Dumervil was added to Pro Bowl roster, joining Koch, and Yanda, Cox. If you aren’t old enough or local enough to still hate the Broncos because of John Elway, then you still should root for Carolina simply because they have a bigger ex-Raven’s base. The Denver Broncos have the following ex-Ravens: G Robert Myers, TE Owen Daniels, and S Darian Stewart. Meanwhile, the Carolina Panthers have QB Derek Anderson, TE Ed Dickson, OL Michael Oher, DL Dwan Edwards, and K Graham Gano.

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – January 20, 2016

Ravens:
Ain’t nothing going down until the Stupor bowl is down. A few minor coach shiftings, but right now is when they contemplate which Free Agents t re-sign, which Free Agents on the open market they want to pursue, and what they will need for the draft. Osemele and Tucker lead the class of Ravens Free Agents. Expect Osemele to re-sign to a lucrative deal, and Tucker is a prime candidate for the franchise tag. Other big names the Ravens are likely to negotiate with include Courtney Upshaw, Albert McClellan, Morgan Cox, Kamar Aiken, Marlon Brown, Jeremy Butler and Terrence West. All told, there are 13 Unrestricted Free Agents, 7 Restricted Free Agents, and 11 Exclusive Rights Free Agents.

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – January 12, 2016

Ravens:
The Ravens have a large task in front of them. They need to restructure a few contracts, negotiate with a few of their own free agents, and figure out how to fill in the holes left by non-returning players. No major changes will come until after the Stupor Bowl. I expect a majority of the coaching staff to stay intact, Flacco to be have his contract restructured, Tucker to be extended or franchised, and Forsett to be released for younger, healthier options.

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2016 Opponents Set for the Ravens

The 2016 opponents have been set for the Ravens.

2016 Baltimore Ravens Opponents
Home Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Miami, Philadelphia, Washington, Oakland
Away Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New England, NY Jets, Dallas, NY Giants, Jacksonville

Unlike this year, when we had to deal with playing both WEST divisions, our longest road trip will be to Dallas.

Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – December 29, 2015

Ravens:
THE RAVENS WIN THE SUPERBOWL!!! Ok, not really, but defeating arch-nemesis twice in one season, especially when our season has been lost for some time now is a MAJOR victory. The all-time record is now 20-24 against our premium foes, which means 4 more to go to even the score! Next week against Cincinnati is pretty much irrelevant. We could lose 73-0 and no one would care. Winning next week proves nothing and only further fouls up our draft order. Beating the squealors dropped us from #3 down to #8, so let’s not f this up further. No one cares about Cincinnati. Let them have it. We beat the steelers twice and put their playoff hopes in the hands of the New York Jets. If they fail to make the playoffs, we can honestly say that we held them out. Ryan “The Crab” Mallet played a solid game, and left me feeling more comfortable at the helm than Joe Flacco.

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – December 22, 2015

News and Personal Thoughts:
GoogleDoc ticket sharing status: 1 set of tickets for Pittsburgh still. Check it out at Ravens Roost 4 Ticket Exchange.

Ravens:
Three costly mistakes turned this score into a route. Had it not been for the Fumble-6 (which turned the tides), the fake punt from our 20 (Dug our hole), and the Pick 6 (desperation driven garbage points), the game was actually rather closely paid. Good teams don’t make mistakes. Bad teams do. Although we are sitting in a #3 draft spot, this is our Super Bowl on Sunday. Beat the stealers twice in a season and place a large blow to their playoffs hopes is priceless, and these guys will be pumped for the game. However, will it be enough? Don’t bet on it. This game has blowout written all over it.

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – December 15, 2015

News and Personal Thoughts:
GoogleDoc ticket sharing status: 1 set of tickets for Pittsburgh still. Check it out at Ravens Roost 4 Ticket Exchange.

Ravens:
Well, the last thing to keep going, stopped. With an NFL record 12 consecutive games to start a season decided by 8 points or less has been broken. No lucky 13 as the Ravens produced an abysmal outting. Frankly speaking, we have NOTHING left to play for now (save minimizing injuries to our own players) as we have clinched a losing season for the first time since 2007 and were officially eliminated from the playoff hunt (where is my shocked face?). Only positives was that I felt more comfortable with Clausen that Schaub, but the end zone was elusive. We had NO running game, our offensive line was completely over-matched, and our defense was exceptionally weak. As a matter of fact, 3rd down was something for Russell Wilson to look forward too, not the Ravens fans.

Now the quandary: With KC inches ahead of pittsburgh for a Wild Card, the Ravens winning on Sunday helps the steelers. No, I can’t bring myself to root against the Ravens, but I’m just saying…

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Iggy’s Baltimore Sports Report – December 8, 2015

News and Personal Thoughts:
GoogleDoc ticket sharing status: 3 postings for Seattle, 1 for Pittsburgh still. Check it out at Ravens Roost 4 Ticket Exchange.

Ravens:
Well, if it weren’t for bad luck, we would have no luck at all. Pick6 Schaub shows why he ain’t starting anymore, wasting a defensive gem by virtually giving away 2 TDs to cost us the game. You can score at least 7 more points to the ref on the bogus Pass Interference call. As a matter of fact, a co-worker’s son had the idea that Madden 2016 should include a “realistic ref” mode, where random bad calls would be inserted. This has merit. With 8 losses, the best we can hope for is either 8-8… or possibly 4-12. Although only Cleveland has been eliminated, I am thinking draft picks.

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