Ravens 2014 Preseason Schedule

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The Baltimore Ravens announced their preseason schedule Wednesday afternoon, with the slate featuring homes games against the San Francisco 49ers and the Washington Redskins. Baltimore will also play at the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints.

In their preseason opener, the Ravens will host the 49ers at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday, Aug. 7. The following week, the Ravens travel to Dallas for their second preseason matchup (date to be determined). Both contests mark the first time the Ravens have faced either team during preseason play.

In the third week (date to be determined), Baltimore hosts the Redskins in what will be the eighth preseason meeting between the two teams. (The Ravens hold a 5-2 series lead.)

Baltimore closes out its preseason schedule at New Orleans on Thursday, Aug. 28. This is the Ravens’ second-ever preseason game against the Saints, with the first also taking place in New Orleans during the 2005 campaign. (The Ravens won that game, 21-6.)

Two of the Ravens’ four preseason opponents – San Francisco and New Orleans – earned playoff berths during the 2013 campaign. Baltimore is 42-29 all time in preseason play. Under head coach John Harbaugh (2008-13), the Ravens have compiled a 15-9 record during the preseason.

Ravens 2014 Preseason Schedule

Week 1: Thursday, Aug. 7 vs. San Francisco 49ers

Week 2: (Date TBD) at Dallas Cowboys

Week 3: (Date TBD) vs. Washington Redskins

Week 4: Thursday, Aug. 28 at New Orleans Saints

(Times for the Ravens’ preseason games will be determined at a later date.)

4 Raves on “Ravens 2014 Preseason Schedule

  1. JWS on said:

    PRESEASON GAMES IS LIKELY KISING YOUR SISTER AND IT MEANS NOTHING AND S A CRIME THAT NFL OWNERS SHOULD BE A SHAMED OF ESPECIALLY RICH ONES LIKE THERrAVENS’ BISCOTTI THAT EVRY TWO YEARS RASISES SEASON TICKET PRICES..STEVE NEVER ADDSHIS TICKET PRICES..ONE DAY WITHIN THE NEXT 5 YEARS FANS WILLS TOP COMING AT THE RATE THEY NOW ARE AND THE PROFITS WILL BE LESS. STAY TUNED……………

  2. Cheri on said:

    Whatever happened to Philly and NY teams that use to be on our schedule we don’t seem to play them anymore in pre season.I thought they like to keep these things regionally.

  3. Jeffraven13 on said:

    I like The Saints & Skins … Don’t like the Travel for 49ers to come here Or Us to Play Jerry’s Boys !!!!
    It’s Preseason The games are only Good For Rookies Really !!!! I Still Pay Full Price for THAT And That’s
    Bulls Hit !!! NY Philly Atlanta Florida … that should be who we Play !

    • cheri on said:

      If you throw atlanta and florida teams in there then buffalo and new england would make more sense as those cities are closer to balt then those deep south cities.
      Hell some midwest cities like detroit, chicago and greenbsy are probably closer

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