The Baltimore Ravens’ 2019 schedule features three primetime games, two of which are against last season’s Super Bowl participants.
Baltimore will host the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football (Nov. 3) and play at the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football (Nov. 25). The Ravens will also welcome the New York Jets to M&T Bank Stadium for a Thursday night tilt on Dec. 12.
Below are several other highlights of the Ravens’ 2019 regular season schedule:
— Starting in Week 7 at Seattle, the Ravens will play four 2018 playoff teams over a five-game span: at Seattle (Oct. 20), vs. New England (Nov. 3), vs. Houston (Nov. 17) and at the Los Angeles Rams (Nov. 25). (Three of Baltimore’s four games in November are against teams who earned postseason berths last year.)
— The Ravens will play three home games in December: vs. San Francisco (Dec. 1), vs. the New York Jets (Dec. 12) and vs. Pittsburgh (Dec. 29).
— Playing five games overall in December, the Ravens have two relatively short road trips to Buffalo (Dec. 8) and Cleveland (Dec. 22) during the month.
— Baltimore will play three-consecutive division opponents from Weeks 4-6: vs. Cleveland (Sept. 29), at Pittsburgh (Oct. 6) and vs. Cincinnati (Oct. 13).
— For the third-consecutive year, the Ravens close out regular season play at M&T Bank Stadium. The Dec. 29 matchup vs. Pittsburgh is currently slated as a 1 p.m. contest.
— Baltimore and Pittsburgh have not met in a regular season finale since 2007, when the Ravens hosted the Steelers in Charm City (Baltimore won, 27-21).
— This marks just the fourth time ever (2002, 2003 & 2007) the Ravens will play Pittsburgh in Week 17.
— Baltimore and Pittsburgh are not currently scheduled to square off in primetime for the first time since 2006, potentially snapping a 12-year streak in which the rivals have battled in front of a national audience.
— Baltimore’s schedule perfectly alternates between home and away games each week throughout the season.
— The Ravens will play just one home game in the month of October: vs. Cincinnati (Oct. 13).
— The Ravens are 6-0 in Thursday Night home games under head coach John Harbaugh and look to extend that winning streak when they host the Jets on Dec. 12.
— The Ravens-Rams tilt on Monday Night Football (Nov. 25) marks Baltimore’s 14th Monday night game during the John Harbaugh Era (since 2008). Of those 14 contests, 12 have been scheduled on the road.
2019 BALTIMORE RAVENS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
*Flexible Scheduling Games
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All Times Eastern