The Baltimore Ravens released their 2020 NFL season schedule via the team’s Twitter account on Thursday. The news came 30 minutes prior to the NFL Network’s release broadcast.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) May 7, 2020
In the preseason, the Baltimore Ravens will face the Buffalo Bills, the Dallas Cowboys, the Carolina Panthers, and the Washington Redskins with all but one game time undetermined.
During the regular season, the Baltimore Ravens will play most of their games in their own conference with a total of 12 games in the AFC. As such, they will play in four non-conference games by way of the NFC East.
As for AFC teams, the Baltimore Ravens will their usual AFC North twice a year. But this season, they will also take on the AFC South division.
More impressively, the Baltimore Ravens will participate in five primetime games during this upcoming season. The first of which is a home matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs on MNF in week three.
Other primetime matchups include a primetime Thanksgiving game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. During Week 10, they’ll face off against the New England Patriots on Sunday Night Football. In Week 13, they face off against the Dallas Cowboys at home on Thursday Night. Their final primetime game comes in Week 14 during an MNF road game against the Cleveland Browns.
One notable, non-primetime matchup for Baltimore Ravens is their Week 11 home game against the Tennessee Titans. This game will be a rematch of the 2019 AFC Divisional Round where the 14-2 Ravens fell to the 9-7 Titans in what was considered a major upset.
According to CBS Sports, the Baltimore Ravens currently have the easiest strength of schedule along with the Steelers. After finishing the 2019 NFL season with a 14-2 record, the Baltimore Ravens could look to capitalize on their ease of schedule and potentially try their hand at another playoff berth.
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