The 2015 Baltimore Ravens 2015 schedule has been released and here it is in all its glory:
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— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 22, 2015
Week 1, Sept. 13: at Denver (4:25 p.m.)
Week 2, Sept. 20: at Oakland (4:05 p.m.)
Week 3, Sept. 27: Cincinnati (1 p.m.)
Week 4, Oct. 1: at Pittsburgh (8:25 p.m., Thursday Night Football)
Week 5, Oct. 11: Cleveland (1 p.m.)
Week 6, Oct. 18: at San Francisco (4:25 p.m.)
Week 7, Oct. 26: at Arizona (8:30 p.m., Monday Night Football)
Week 8, Nov. 1: San Diego (1 p.m.)
Week 9, Nov. 8: BYE
Week 10, Nov. 15: Jacksonville (1 p.m.)
Week 11, Nov. 22: St. Louis (1 p.m.)
Week 12, Nov. 30: at Cleveland (8:30 p.m., Monday Night Football)
Week 13, Dec. 6: at Miami (1 p.m.)
Week 14, Dec. 13: Seattle (8:30 p.m., Sunday Night Football)
Week 15, Dec. 20: Kansas City (1 p.m.)
Week 16, Dec. 27: Pittsburgh (8:30 p.m., Sunday Night Football)
Week 17, Jan. 3: at Cincinnati (1 p.m.)
The Ravens will start the season in Denver as they did in 2013 when Peyton Manning threw for seven touchdowns. Their home opener will be against Cincinnati, the same team they opened against during their last Super Bowl year. Ravens are handed a nice a bye week right in the middle of the season at Week 9 and are gifted a whopping FIVE primetime games, including two Monday Night Football matchups. The Ravens are also entering their SIXTH season in a row where they close out against the Bengals.
I see two stretches that could give the Ravens problems, Weeks 3 through 5 where they face the whole division back-to-back-to-back, and Weeks 14 through 17 where they face the Super Bowl losers and two division opponents.
Chin up, kid. It’s almost football season.
“an aspiring sports journalist THAT”? This kid’s a machine!
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