Baltimore Ravens 2024 schedule and opponents

The Ravens will have a very tough road

Baltimore Ravens v San Francisco 49ers
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The Baltimore Ravens came as close as you can come to the Super Bowl without sniffing championship glory, leaving MVP Lamar Jackson and the rest of the team figuring out what they need to do to get past the Kansas City Chiefs and finally make it to the big game.

Baltimore is running it back with a roster that is largely going to remain the same from 2023, albeit with a few new additions coming into the fold to reinforce depth in key areas. Those new names better bring it, as the Ravens will need to slug it out in the difficult AFC.

The Ravens have the misfortune of playing in arguably the toughest division in the NFL while also getting a first-place schedule thrown in their face. Will Baltimore crush their schedule underneath Jackson's legs once again, or will they face some resistance?

Baltimore Ravens 2024 Schedule

The Ravens' schedule has not been released yet, as it usually is unveiled with an elaborate social media post some time in the middle of May. The exact order of the opponents is not known, but the Ravens do know exactly who they are going to square off against in the 2024 season.

Baltimore Ravens 2024 Opponents



Pittsburgh Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers

Cleveland Browns

Cleveland Browns

Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati Bengals

Washington Commanders

Dallas Cowboys

Philadelphia Eagles

New York Giants

Denver Broncos

Kansas City Chiefs

Las Vegas Raiders

Los Angeles Chargers

Buffalo Bills

Houston Texans

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

A whopping 10 of Baltimore's 17 games next year will be against playoff teams. By virtue of winning the division, the Ravens will play fellow first-place teams Buffalo and Houston in addition to their normal schedule. The Ravens will play nine road games this year due to their duel with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Ravens will face off against all 4 AFC West and NFC East teams this season. This will create some marquee matchups against Patrick Mahomes' Chiefs, Dak Prescott's Cowboys, and Jalen Hurts' Eagles. The division is once again strong, and it will take up 1/3 of their schedule.

The Ravens will also set the stage for another Harbaugh brothers matchup, as John Harbaugh will face off against brother Jim and the Los Angeles Chargers. If the Ravens want to get back to the AFC Championship game, they will need to get through a brutal schedule.