In addition to their annual home and away series with each of their AFC North division rivals, the Baltimore Ravens other opponents in 2017 will be the AFC South and NFC North. The Ravens will play in their first international game in London versus the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sep. 24th and host a Monday night home game against the Houston Texans on Nov. 27th. This is the first time the Ravens will host Monday Night Football since they opened their Super Bowl-winning 2012 season against the Bengals. Since that game the Ravens have played five straight Monday night road games and this will be just their second in the past decade.
The 2017 schedule has arrived.
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) April 21, 2017
The schedule says the Ravens should get off to a good start since they have the easiest September schedule in the NFL with the Bengals, Browns, and Jaguars a combined 10-37-1 (.219) in 2016. Overall the Ravens strength of schedule ranks 24th after in 2016 their opponents went 117-137-2, the bye week comes in week 10. That’s nearly perfect as they get the bye before a stretch with four of the final six games at home. The Ravens had closed out five of the previous six seasons in Cincinnati, now Baltimore gets the Bengals at home in Week 17. The Ravens are 10-0 in final games at M&T Bank Stadium. Baltimore will be involved in four primetime games, including hosting the Dolphins on Thursday night, the Texans on Monday night, the Colts on Saturday, and traveling to Pittsburgh for Sunday night football.