3. A very workable schedule:
The Ravens have a very team friendly schedule. They have four home games in each half of the season. The trip against the Houston Texans is as far west as the Ravens have to travel. There is no rough stretch of road games, in fact they only have one instance of back to back road games. On top of that Philadelphia and Washington are about the easiest road trips you’ll ever see on a Ravens schedule. The game against Washington is practically a home game because the Redskins fans aren’t known for packing their stadium lately. It’s a promise that there will be a lot of purple in the crowd.
The Ravens have what is supposed to be the easiest schedule in terms of strength of competition. Again, that doesn’t mean a lot in April. There is always a team or two that flips their fate from a year ago and the AFC North didn’t exactly get easier in the offseason. It may be an overblown statistic but it’s not discouraging. The Ravens went 14-2 last season and should be the favorites in almost every game on their schedule. It’s hard not to look at this schedule and be confident if you’re rooting for the purple and black.
The NFL schedule is here. Now the only thing we can do is hope that it gets to happen as planned. The Ravens have a favorable schedule, the way it looks in April. The Ravens face off against the NFC East, a division that wasn’t very boastful last year. The AFC South is an interesting one. The Texans don’t look as tough as they did last year. The 2019 Ravens beat them 41-7. Phillip Rivers could give new life to the Colts, but it’s a division the Ravens may be able to sweep. It promises to be an exciting season for the Baltimore Ravens.