Found April 17, 2012 on MyTeamRivals.com:
The NFL schedule is out and wow are the Ravens getting some primetime love. The defending AFC North champion Ravens open the season against the division rival Bengals on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football,” on Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. That game will kick off ESPN’s Monday night schedule. The Ravens, taking on the NFC East this season, will then travel to Philadelphia and end the first quarter of their schedule with primetime games against the Patriots on “Sunday Night Football” and against the Browns in a Thursday night contest. The Chiefs will host the Ravens in the fifth game of the season. The Ravens return to M&T Bank Stadium for a game against the Cowboys before hitting the road again to face the Texans. The Ravens end this portion of the schedule on a bye. Following the bye, the Ravens travel to Cleveland and come home to take on the Raiders. That game is followed by two road trips, one to Pittsburgh for a Sunday night game and then going to San Diego to face the Chargers. The last ...
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