Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ‘pumped’ to have fans back in stands at M&T Bank Stadium

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The Baltimore Ravens will have M&T Bank Stadium packed with fans for the first time in nearly two years on Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs. It’s a big game for fans to return to the stands, and they will certainly let their voices be heard.

Multiple Baltimore players and coaches have talked about how important it is to have fans in the stands and how the team feeds off of their energy. Ravens Quarterback Lamar Jackson spoke with the media on Wednesday and expressed how he felt about supporters being back in the stands.

There are multiple reasons why Jackson is “happy” for fans coming back, one of them being that they give the Ravens a strong home field advantage. Baltimore is ranked as a top-two team when it comes to home field winning percentage over the last decade (75%). They only trail the New England Patriots (84.7%) over the course of that timeframe.

The Ravens have not had a packed house since 2019. The coronavirus pandemic put a hold on a lot of everyday life, including sports. Fans at M&T Bank Stadium will certainly be loud on Sunday night when the visiting Chiefs enter the Bank, and they will be cheering on their team as they look to be a deciding factor in the outcome of the game.