What time and channel is the Ravens game today, Jan. 20?

  • Ravens vs. Texans will air on ESPN & ABC
  • Streaming and radio options are aplenty
  • Here is when the game kicks off

Houston Texans v Baltimore Ravens
Houston Texans v Baltimore Ravens / Rob Carr/GettyImages

This weekend, the Baltimore Ravens finally get in on the NFL Playoff action. Following a first-round bye, the Ravens will host the Houston Texans in the AFC Divisional Round.

Houston is coming off an absolute mauling of the Cleveland Browns last week, when C.J. Stroud and company put up 45 points on one of the league's best defenses.

Needless to say, this Ravens defense better not take the Texans lightly. The two teams met back in Week 1 in Stroud's first NFL start, where Baltimore won by a score of 25-9, although the game felt a lot closer than the score indicated.

Stroud did some good things in that game, passing for 242 yards and looking like anything but a rookie in his first live action. This weekend, it's safe to assume the Ravens are getting a second look at the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year while also boasting an NFL MVP front-runner in Lamar Jackson.

What time do the Baltimore Ravens play today, Saturday January 20?

Here is everything you need to know about the AFC Divisional Round matchup between the Ravens and Texans:

  • Date: Saturday, January 20
  • Start Time: 4:30 PM ET
  • Location: M&T Bank Stadium | Baltimore, MD
  • TV Channel: ABC | ESPN
  • Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Lisa Salters
  • Radio: WBAL (1090 AM) / 98Rock (97.9 FM) | SiriusXM Radio Chs. 82 or 226 | Westwood One Sports (National)
  • Live Stream: ESPN+ | YouTube TV | Fubo

The game can be found on both ABC and ESPN. So, for those who may not have a cable package including ESPN, your average antenna will pull in ABC just fine. If you're on the go, using a tablet or phone, there are options available via avenues like ESPN+, YouTube TV and Fubo. Thankfully, nobody will have to go out and sign up for an additional streaming service just to watch this one.

Viewers get to tune into the All Star pairing of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman in the booth, aided by the consummate professional, Lisa Salters, offering her sideline reports.

As for radio, those in the Baltimore area will have multiple options, one on both FM and AM, along with SiriusXM outlets. On the national stage, you can tune into Westwood One Sports for the broadcast.