The Ravens

Schedule

September 05, 2002|By Jamison Hensley

SEPT. 8

At Carolina

1 p.m. Ericsson Stadium, Ch. 13

Pivotal season opener against a team that has lost 15 straight games.

SEPT. 15

Tampa Bay

1 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 45

Bucs are 4-1 in September road games the past three seasons.

SEPT. 30

Denver

9 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 2

Can the Ravens silence Shannon Sharpe in his Monday Night Football return to Baltimore?

OCT. 6

At Cleveland

8:30 p.m., Cleveland Browns Stadium, ESPN

The Browns would love to show up the rebuilding Ravens on a nationally televised Sunday night game.

OCT. 13

At Indianapolis

1 p.m., RCA Dome, Ch. 13

At this point, will Jamal Lewis or Edgerrin James be further along the comeback trail?

OCT. 20

Jacksonville

1 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 13

After losing the first eight games of this series, the Ravens have reeled off four straight by an average margin of three points.

OCT. 27

Pittsburgh

1 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 13

The Steelers have renamed Baltimore "Steel City South" after winning five in a row here.

NOV. 3

At Atlanta

1 p.m., Georgia Dome, Ch. 13

This one could come down to a footrace: Can the Ravens' speedy linebackers chase down quarterback Michael Vick?

NOV. 10

Cincinnati

1 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 13

In the last meeting, the Bengals' Corey Dillon became the first running back in three years to crack 100 yards against the Ravens' defense.

NOV. 17

At Miami

1 p.m., Pro Player Stadium, Ch. 13

The Ravens ran the ball on 50 of 69 plays in last season's playoff win at Pro Player Stadium.

NOV. 24

Tennessee

1 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 13

The Ravens shut out the Titans in six of eight quarters last season.

DEC. 1

At Cincinnati

1 p.m., Paul Brown Stadium, Ch. 13

The Bengals scored all three of their touchdowns against the Ravens last season off turnovers.

DEC. 8

New Orleans

4:05 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 45

It'll be interesting to see if Ravens backup quarterback Jeff Blake gets a shot against his former team.

DEC. 15

At Houston

1 p.m., Reliant Stadium, Ch. 13

Tip to two Ravens rookies, punter Dave Zastudil and kickoff specialist J.R. Jenkins: Kick away from Jermaine Lewis.

DEC. 22

Cleveland

4:15 p.m., Ravens Stadium, Ch. 13

Spoiling the Browns' playoff chances would soften the blow in what is expected to be a long season for the Ravens.

DEC. 29

At Pittsburgh

1 p.m., Heinz Field, Ch. 13

The only two teams to win in Heinz Field's inaugural season: the Ravens and the New England Patriots.

Radio: All games on WJFK (1300 AM) and WQSR (102.7 FM)

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