No more leaks. No more rumors. After a week of build up and anticipation, the NFL has released the 2023-2024 NFL regular season schedule. With it, the Baltimore Ravens and their fans now know who they’re playing and when.
Ravens Preseason Schedule 2023
|Fri.||PHILADELPHIA EAGLES||M&T BANK STADIUM||7 p.m.|
|Mon.||at Washington Commanders||FedEx Field||8:15 p.m. (ESPN)|
|Sat.||at Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Raymond James Stadium||TBD|
Ravens 2023 Regular Season Schedule
|1||Sun.||Sept. 10||HOUSTON TEXANS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|2||Sun.||Sept. 17||at Cincinnati Bengals||Paycor Stadium||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|3||Sun.||Sept. 24||INDIANAPOLIS COLTS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|4||Sun.||Oct. 1||at Cleveland Browns||Cleveland Browns Stadium||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|5||Sun.||Oct. 8*||at Pittsburgh Steelers||Acrisure Stadium||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|6||Sun.||Oct. 15||vs. Tennessee Titans (London)||Tottenham Hotspur Stadium||9:30 a.m. (NFLN)|
|7||Sun.||Oct. 22*||DETROIT LIONS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (FOX)|
|8||Sun.||Oct. 29*||at Arizona Cardinals||State Farm Stadium||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|9||Sun.||Nov. 5*||SEATTLE SEAHAWKS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|10||Sun.||Nov. 12*||CLEVELAND BROWNS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (FOX)|
|11||Thurs.||Nov. 16||CINCINNATI BENGALS||M&T BANK STADIUM||8:15 p.m. (Prime)|
|12||Sun.||Nov. 26*||at Los Angeles Chargers||SoFi Stadium||8:20 p.m. (NBC)|
|14||Sun.||Dec. 10*||LOS ANGELES RAMS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (FOX)|
|15||Sun.||Dec. 17*||at Jacksonville Jaguars||TIAA Bank Field||8:20 p.m. (NBC)|
|16||Mon.||Dec. 25||at San Francisco 49ers||Levi’s Stadium||8:15 p.m. (ABC)|
|17||Sun.||Dec. 31*||MIAMI DOLPHINS||M&T BANK STADIUM||1 p.m. (CBS)|
|18||TBD||TBD*||PITTSBURGH STEELERS||M&T BANK STADIUM||TBD|
- The Ravens will play on Christmas Day for the third time in team history.
- Right now, the Ravens are scheduled for four primetime games. Will flex scheduling, there could be more. Especially when Week 18 is a division matchup against the Steelers.
- A Week 13 bye is awfully late in the season for a team that will be taking numerous trips to the West Coast and a Week 6 round trip to London.
- The Ravens second game against the Cincinnati Bengals is a rough one, seeing as it’s four days after they play the Browns. However, a three-game homestand is far superior than traveling.
- Final two games are at home following their Christmas matchup in San Francisco. Good way to to end the season.