SALISBURY, Md- Ravens fans have been waiting for game day since that Super Bowl Championship parade in February.
"I'm hoping they do what they did last year, nobody expected it but at the end of the season they pulled it off," Shawn Lowicki said.
And expectations are high from the team, even from a Bronco's fan or two.
"I think they're a little bit under-rated, I like the new guys they picked up," Tyler Woodland said. "They don't have the same leadership qualities but they got a little younger, faster, something you gotta do."
Not that Woodland wanted to see the Ravens get a win Thursday night.
"This is the start of our Super bowl run, I'm not really worried about the ravens too much tonight, at all," he said.
With the loss of a few fan favorites, some fans are on the edge of their seat. "Everybody's gonna be worried but with any great team they're gonna tear it apart and rebuild and if they don't do it this year, they'll do it again," Lowicki said.
But some say this first game isn't too important when you look at the whole season.
"From the beginning of the games you can't tell who's going to do what," Kevin Driscoll said. "After the first couple of games that's when you start seeing, so until then I'm not gonna be able to say what the Ravens can do. It's just gonna be random, who's gonna win."
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