Baltimore Ravens 2010 Schedule

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By Jesse Jones

The NFL announced the regular season schedule tonight, and the Baltimore Ravens will apart of four prime time games.

The Ravens, who are looking to advance to their third straight playoff appearance, will open their season Monday night, September 13th in New York against the Jets.  Both teams have improved greatly, with additions such as Anquan Boldin on the Ravens and Santonio Holmes on the Jets, and as we all know, former defensive coordinator Rex Ryan, along with linebacker Bart Scott, left Baltimore to try and build something great in New York.  Both teams are very similar on both sides of the ball, and just like any Ravens/Steelers game, there will be hard hits and no easy possessions.  Speaking of the Steelers, Baltimore will travel to Pittsburgh Week 4, Sunday, October 3rd and will host the rivals Week 13 in a Sunday Night showdown December 5th.  Other notable games are at New England Week 6, October 17th, Thursday November 11 at Atlanta prime time, and at the Texans Week 14, Monday, December 13.

Here’s a look at the entire schedule:

Week 1 – Mon., Sept. 13 – at New York Jets (7:00 PM)

Week 2 – Sun., Sept. 19 – at Cincinnati Bengals (1:00 PM)

Week 3 – Sun., Sept. 26 – CLEVELAND BROWNS (1:00 PM)

Week 4 – Sun., Oct. 3 – at Pittsburgh Steelers (1:00 PM)

Week 5 – Sun., Oct. 10 – DENVER BRONCOS (1:00 PM)

Week 6 – Sun., Oct. 17 – at New England Patriots (1:00 PM)

Week 7 – Sun., Oct. 24 – BUFFALO BILLS (1:00 PM)

Week 8 – Sun., Oct. 31 BYE

Week 9 – Sun., Nov. 7 – MIAMI DOLPHINS (1:00 PM)

Week 10 – Thurs., Nov. 11 – at Atlanta Falcons (8:20 PM)

Week 11 – Sun., Nov. 21 – at Carolina Panthers (1:00 PM)

Week 12 – Sun., Nov. 28 – TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (1:00 PM)

Week 13 – Sun., Dec. 5 – PITTSBURGH STEELERS (8:20 PM)

Week 14 – Mon., Dec. 13 – at Houston Texans (8:30 PM)

Week 15 – Sun., Dec. 19 – NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (1:00 PM)

Week 16 – Sun., Dec. 26 – at Cleveland Browns (1:00 PM)

Week 17 – Sun., Jan. 2 – CINCINNATI BENGALS (1:00 PM)

The AFC East will be much improved this season, as the Jets look to be favorites to win the division, the Patriots are always tough, and the Dolphins have made some improvements (adding Brandon Marshall) to help out Chad Henne (don’t forget the Wildcat).  The NFC South has the Super Bowl champion Saints, who the Ravens will host in Week 15 (could have playoff positioning at stake), and will travel to Atlanta for a Thursday night showdown against the Falcons (Matt Ryan and Flacco will be able to compete to see who was the better first round pick in ’08).  The Panthers are rebuilding, and the same could be said for the Buccaneers.  Houston finished second in their division last year, as did the Denver Broncos, which is why the Ravens will face both this season.  In the division, the Bengals were very strong most of the year last season, and the Steelers always present a huge threat. The Baltimore Ravens will definitely have some hard tests this season, but with the new and much improved receiving corp to go along with Ray Rice and the rest of the running backs, and a very solid defense, there is a lot of hype going around Baltimore right now.

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