Schedule

Nfl Preview 2004

The Ravens

September 09, 2004|By Jamison Hensley

Sept. 12 at Cleveland

1 p.m., Cleveland Browns Stadium, Ch. 13 Jamal Lewis goes for third straight 200-yard rushing game vs. Browns.

Sept. 19 Pittsburgh

1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 13 Ravens ended six-game home losing streak to Steelers last year.

Sept. 26 at Cincinnati

1 p.m. Paul Brown Stadium, Ch. 13 Ravens committed nine total turnovers in losses here in 2001 and 2003.

Oct. 4 Kansas City

9 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 2 Ravens are 3-0 on Monday nights, but 0-2 in all-time series with Chiefs.

Oct. 10 at Washington

8:30 p.m., FedEx Field, Ch. 13, ESPN Game 3 in Battle of the Beltways, which is tied 1-1.

Oct. 24 Buffalo

1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 13 Who wins this collision: Jamal Lewis or Sam Adams?

Oct. 31 at Philadelphia

1 p.m., Lincoln Financial Field, Ch. 13 Terrell Owens won preseason battle, but now it counts.

Nov. 7 Cleveland

8:30 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 2, ESPN Surprisingly, Browns have won two of past three meetings in Baltimore.

Nov. 14 at New York

Jets 1 p.m., Giants Stadium, Ch. 13 In three meetings, Curtis Martin has yet to break 60 yards rushing vs. Ravens.

Nov. 21 Dallas

1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 45 Vinny Testaverde threw for career-best 481 yards in his last game here.

Nov. 28 at New England

1 p.m., Gillette Stadium, Ch. 13 With these two defenses, team that scores first should win.

Dec. 5 Cincinnati

1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 13 Ravens have beaten Bengals at home seven straight times by average margin of 17.8 points.

Dec. 12 New York Giants

1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 45 If Giants haven't improved since preseason, this one could be ugly.

Dec. 19 at Indianapolis

8:30 p.m., RCA Dome, Ch. 13, ESPN Peyton Manning's past two games vs. Ravens: 594 yards passing, three TDs, two interceptions.

Dec. 26 at Pittsburgh

1 p.m., Heinz Field, Ch. 13 Steelers likely will either be playing for the division title or with different quarterback.

Jan. 2 Miami

1 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium, Ch. 13 Will warm-weather Dolphins have anything to play for at this point?

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