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Only the New Orleans Saints (with a franchise record of 2-0), Baltimore Ravens (2-0), Houston Texans (2-0 after beating Detroit in 2020) and the Carolina Panthers (1-0) are undefeated in Thanksgiving games. New Orleans put their perfection on the line in 2021 when they host the Bills in the late game…

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Baltimore Ravens Game Schedule 2024: (32 games)

Saturday, 21 Aug: Baltimore Ravens vs Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium

Saturday, 28 Aug: Baltimore Ravens vs Washington Football Team at FedExField

Sunday, 19 Sep: Kansas City Chiefs vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 26 Sep: Baltimore Ravens vs Detroit Lions at Ford Field

Monday, 11 Oct: Indianapolis Colts vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 17 Oct: Los Angeles Chargers vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 21 Nov: Baltimore Ravens vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Saturday, 14 Aug: New Orleans Saints vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Monday, 13 Sep: Baltimore Ravens vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 03 Oct: Baltimore Ravens vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 07 Nov: Minnesota Vikings vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Thursday, 11 Nov: Baltimore Ravens vs Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium

Sunday, 19 Dec: Green Bay Packers vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 12 Dec: Baltimore Ravens vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Sunday, 26 Dec: Baltimore Ravens vs Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Los Angeles Rams vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Baltimore Ravens vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 11 Sep: Baltimore Ravens vs New York Jets at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 18 Sep: Miami Dolphins vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 25 Sep: Baltimore Ravens vs New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium

Sunday, 02 Oct: Buffalo Bills vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 09 Oct: Cincinnati Bengals vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 16 Oct: Baltimore Ravens vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Saturday, 22 Oct: Cleveland Browns vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Thursday, 27 Oct: Baltimore Ravens vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium

Monday, 07 Nov: Baltimore Ravens vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 20 Nov: Carolina Panthers vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 27 Nov: Baltimore Ravens vs Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field

Sunday, 04 Dec: Denver Broncos vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 11 Dec: Baltimore Ravens vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Saturday, 24 Dec: Atlanta Falcons vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Sunday, 01 Jan: Pittsburgh Steelers vs Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

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Born of unfortunate circumstances and one of the NFL’s most unfortunate teams of the modern era, the Baltimore Ravens have risen from bitter ashes (if you’ll permit the juxtaposing of clashing metaphors) to become, season for season, probably *the* most successful NFL franchise of all-time.

After having enjoyed decades of mostly successful football, Baltimore fandom was suddenly robbed of the beloved Colts due to the infamous “Midnight Run” move perpetrated by well-known asshole owner Robert Irsay. Among the very first to attempt the petulant blackmailing of a home market for a shiny new stadium, Irsay was also certainly the last to be able to physically move an NFL team without approval from his 1% peers.

In 1986, William Donald Schaefer earned the state’s Democratic Party nomination for governor. Having served as mayor of Baltimore while Irsay was still in town, Schaefer ran with the NFL’s return to the city a primary plank in the platform. Schaefer and the rest of Baltimore would have to wait until 1996, when someone on high in the NFL offices decided to make amends with the state of Maryland – while also temporarily screwing over Cleveland.

Reborn (awesomely) as the Baltimore Ravens, the ex-Cleveland Browns finally shrugged off the “chump” label with the turn of the century. In 2000, head coach Brian Billick worked some serious magic in his second season at the helm: That team closed the year with seven consecutive wins followed by three playoff wins and the Super Bowl title; the bar for the franchise was set.

History will certainly say for some time that the watershed year in Baltimore Ravens history, however, was 2008, a season which saw the debuts of head coach John Harbaugh and franchise quarterback Joe Flacco. Over their first seven seasons as a tandem, Harbaugh and Flacco got the Ravens into the playoffs six times and bagged another Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl XLVII. Unfortunately, the legacy-based contract Flacco signed in 2015 appears to be taking its toll on the roster, i.e. Flacco taking in a high eight-figure salary kills the potential to sign several mid-salaried players for, likesay, the offensive line.

So Baltimore might face some lean times to close out the 10s, but NFLbets would be shocked if the rebound to contention happened quickly. After all, just check the record: Going into 2018, the Ravens franchise has run up the NFL’s seventh-best cumulative win-loss percentage (.541). If the post-Browns seasons of the 1990s are eliminated, that number jumps to .576, which would top the all-time table. In all, the Ravens have produced 10 playoff teams – all since 2000 – in 22 years of existence. That ratio is bested only by the Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings, both of which last won the Super Bowl prior to the Ravens’ very existence…