Full Ravens Schedule for 2023-24 NFL Season (Home/Away Games, Primetime Matchups and Week 1 Opponent)

Full Ravens Schedule for 2023-24 NFL Season (Home/Away Games, Primetime Matchups and Week 1 Opponent)


The NFL's offseason continues to chug along after the NFL Draft. The next item on the agenda is the 2023-24 schedule release, which is rumored to take place later this week.

Though most info is already available regarding teams' schedules, there are still some details that need to be ironed out. With that in mind, here's everything Baltimore Ravens fans need to know about their squad's 2023-24 slate.

Baltimore Ravens 2023 Football Schedule Release




Time (ET)



Sept. 10

Houston Texans

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Sept. 17

Cincinnati Bengals

1 p.m.

Paycor Stadium


Sept. 24

Indianpolis Colts

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Oct. 1

Cleveland Browns

1 p.m.

Cleveland Browns Stadium


Oct. 8

Pittsburgh Steelers

1 p.m.

Arcisure Stadium


Oct. 15

Tennessee Titans

9:30 a.m.



Oct. 22

Detroit Lions

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Oct. 29

Arizona Cardinals

4:25 p.m.

State Farm Stadium


Nov. 5

Seattle Seahawks

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Nov. 12

Cleveland Browns

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Nov. 16

Cincinnati Bengals

8:15 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Nov. 26

Los Angeles Chargers

8:20 p.m.

SoFi Stadium







Dec. 10

LA Rams

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Dec. 17

Jacksonville Jaguars

8:20 p.m.

TIAA Bank Stadium


Dec. 25

San Francisco 49ers

8:15 p.m.

Levi's Stadium


Dec. 31

Miami Dolphins

1 p.m.

M&T Bank Stadium


Jan. 7

Pittsburgh Steelers


M&T Bank Stadium

Ravens Home Games 2023

  • Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Houston Texans
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Seattle Seahawks
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Detroit Lions

Ravens Away Games 2023

  • Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Tennessee Titans
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Los Angeles Chargers

Ravens Primetime Games 2023

In total, the Ravens will have four primetime games during the 2023-24 season. Check them out below:

  • Week 11: Thursday Night Football vs. Bengals (PRIME)
  • Week 12: Sunday Night Football vs. Chargers (NBC)
  • Week 15: Sunday Night Football vs. Jaguars (NBC)
  • Week 16: Monday Night Football vs. 49ers (ABC)

Ravens Week 1 Opponent for 2023 Season

The Baltimore Ravens' Week 1 matchup for the 2023 campaign is a home game against the Houston Texans. Last season, they opened with a road game on Sunday afternoon against the New York Jets. The Ravens emerged victorious by a score of 24-9 as quarterback Lamar Jackson tallied 3 passing touchdowns.

Ravens' 2023 Strength of Schedule

According to Sharp Football Analysis, the Ravens have the 11th-hardest schedule in the NFL for the 2023-24 season. This is based on the projected win totals of Baltimore's opponents for the upcoming campaign. The Ravens will face a tall task given their upcoming slate, as just three teams went over their win total last year with a top-11 schedule in terms of difficulty.

The Ravens' 2023-24 opponents went a combined 110-125-2 last season. They'll face a trio of teams in the Cincinnati Bengals, San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Chargers that won at least 10 games during the 2022-23 campaign.

Ravens Win Total Prediction and Super Bowl Odds for 2023 Season



Win the AFC North


Win the AFC


Win the Super Bowl


FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds currently list the Ravens at 10.5 wins, with +104 odds on the over and -130 odds on the under. Baltimore has not won 11 games since the 2020 NFL season and has recorded fewer than 11 wins in nine of the last 11 campaigns overall.

It's important to note that this Ravens team will look a lot different than the one that was on the field last year, though. Jackson started just 12 games due to a knee injury, but he is fully healthy and ready to go after signing a massive new deal with Baltimore. The front office got him a few new weapons to play with, too, as Odell Beckham Jr. and rookie Zay Flowers join the wide receiver group. The Ravens found a way to win 10 games last season without stabilization at QB and with a lack of receiving weapons, so expecting them to boost that total by a single game doesn't seem unrealistic at all.

Bet – Ravens: Over 10.5 Wins (+104)

In the Super Bowl market, the Ravens currently check in with the eighth-best odds at +1800. They only trail the Kansas City Chiefs (+600), Philadelphia Eagles (+850), Buffalo Bills (+900), San Francisco 49ers (+950), Cincinnati Bengals (+1000), Dallas Cowboys (+1400) and New York Jets (+1400).

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