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Ravens 2023 Opponents Announced

The Baltimore Ravens will take on the NFC West opponents in 2023, along with their divisional opponents. They will also have games against the AFC South teams. Game dates are not set as of this time, but we do know that their home games will be against the following teams.

Ravens Home Game Opponents in 2023 

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

Ravens 2023 Road Game Opponents

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

2022 Baltimore Ravens Season in Review

The Ravens had a great season, going 10-7 in the AFC North division. The team earned a Wild Card playoff spot and faced the Bengals on January 8th. This would be the last game of the season for Baltimore, as they were defeated 27-16. Lamar Jackson finished the season having played 12 games, with 17 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He had 2242 total passing yards, with a 62.3 completion percentage. His final quarterback rating for the season was 91.1. A knee injury forced Jackson to the sidelines on December 4th, and he never returned to play for the rest of the season.  In the Wild Card game, the Ravens were on the Bengals one-yard line when Tyler Huntley tried to jump and stretch his way to score, only to have the ball batted out of his hands by Logan Wilson. Now, the Ravens look towards the 2023 season. 

Ravens 2021 Season Recap

In 2021, the Baltimore Ravens found themselves in a division where just two victories separated the teams from first and last place. The Ravens overall record of 8-9 came from a six-game losing streak at the end of the season. The final four games of the regular season were against teams that were all headed to the NFL playoffs. The Ravens had three overtime games in 2021 and won all three. 

Lamar Jackson suffered a bone bruise in week 13, sitting out the year's final games. Leading up to the 2021 season, Jackson’s production has shown signs of decline. His best year came in 2019 when he scored 36 touchdowns. His 13 interceptions in 2021 topped all previous seasons. Defenses have adjusted their gameplay to his style, forcing him to assume that all opponents will be focused on containing him. After all, if you contain Jackson’s run game, you shut down a huge part of his success.
Jackson has one more year on his rookie contract. The team will have to cut him a massive deal if they want to keep him in Baltimore.

Mark Andrews had the best season of his career. Andrews gained 1396 receiving yards and scored nine touchdowns. He now holds the Ravens record for receiving. The NFL honored Andrews with All-Pro status and he also got selected to play in the Pro Bowl.

Baltimore Ravens Through the Seasons

The Baltimore Ravens began 2018 unsure of what to expect from themselves. They spent the last selection of round one in 2018 on quarterback Lamar Jackson from Louisville. Midseason, Jackson took over for an injured Joe Flacco, kept the job, and never looked back. Their Rookie Running back Gus Edwards surprised many with his top-level play in 2018. Marshall Yanda nearly hit the top spot at his position, and the Ravens secondary is rock solid. With Jackson now the long-term starter in Baltimore, what did they do this offseason to build around him?

First and foremost, they had to trade quarterback Joe Flacco, which they did, sending him to the Denver Broncos for a 2019 fourth-round draft choice. In free agency, the Ravens added running back Mark Ingram for three seasons, safety Earl Thomas for four seasons, defensive back Justin Bethel for two seasons, and wide receiver Seth Roberts for one season.

In the draft, the Ravens' top priority was adding targets for Jackson to throw to and they did just that. In round one, they added wide receiver Marquise Brown from Oklahoma; in round three, they added Miles Boykin from Notre Dame. Between those two added pass rusher Jaylen Ferguson from Louisiana Tech. In round four they added depth to their running backs with Justice Hill from Oklahoma State. With their second-round four selection they added offensive guard Ben Powers from Oklahoma and with their final selection in round four they added depth to their secondary with cornerback Iman Marshall from USC. They finished their draft with defensive tackle, Daylon Mack, from Texas A&M and quarterback Trace McSorley from Penn State.

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