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Ravens Have Seven Nationally-Televised Games in 2024

QB Lamar Jackson
QB Lamar Jackson

The Ravens' 2024 schedule will give them ample time in primetime.

Baltimore has seven nationally-televised games, including five primetime matchups and a Christmas game on its 2024 slate. The Ravens are a popular attraction for national TV, featuring two-time MVP Lamar Jackson and coming off a season in which they had the NFL's best regular season record.

Here's a look at when and where Baltimore will play its 2024 primetime games:

Week 1 – Thursday, Sept. 5: Ravens @ Kansas City Chiefs, NBC, 8:20

Kicking off the NFL's regular season, the Ravens will try to do what the Detroit Lions did last season – walk into the defending Super Bowl champion's house and leave with a victory. In his first game as defensive coordinator, Zach Orr will dial up plays against Patrick Mahomes, as the Ravens get a rematch of last year's conference championship. What better way to start a season than Jackson vs. Mahomes in prime time?

Week 4 – Sunday, Sept. 29, Buffalo Bills vs. Ravens, NBC, 8:20

The Ravens haven't faced Bills star quarterback Josh Allen since 2022, and they'll be doing it on Monday Night Football at M&T Bank Stadium. The Bills have made the playoffs for five straight seasons, so it's a game that could have tie-breaker implications in the AFC playoff picture. Instead of facing Stefon Diggs, who the Bills traded to Houston, the Ravens will try to shut down Allen and his newest target, rookie wide receiver Keon Coleman.

Week 7 – Monday, Oct. 21, Ravens @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, ESPN, 8:15

Jackson and Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield already have epic Monday Night Football history. The Heisman Trophy winners starred in a MNF shootout in 2022, when Jackson led Baltimore to a wild 47-42 victory over Cleveland when Mayfield was with the Browns. After leaving that game with cramps, Jackson stormed back out of the locker room to lead Baltimore to victory. Perhaps Jackson and Mayfield will produce more Monday night magic.

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Week 10 – Thursday, Nov. 7, Cincinnati Bengals vs. Ravens, Prime Video, 8:15

The Ravens will host the Bengals on Thursday Night Football in November for the second straight year. Last season, Baltimore handled the Bengals, 34-20, at M&T Bank Stadium but it was a costly game for both teams playing on a short week. Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow suffered a season-ending wrist injury, while Mark Andrews fractured his ankle on a hip-drop tackle by Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson. The hip-drop tackle was banned by the NFL this offseason. With Burrow and Andrews back, this AFC North rivalry is expected to be hot once again.

Week 12 – Monday, Nov. 25 Ravens @ Los Angeles Chargers, ESPN, 8:15

It was widely anticipated that this brotherly coaching matchup between Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh and Chargers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh would be in prime time. The Ravens defeated the Chargers, 20-10, in Los Angeles last season, but there's a different vibe surrounding the Chargers. Former Ravens Director of Player Personnel Joe Hortiz has brought a Ravens' flavor to the roster as the Chargers' new general manager. Former Ravens Gus Edwards, J.K. Dobbins, Bradley Bozeman, Hayden Hurst, and Ben Mason are on the Los Angeles roster. This will be Baltimore's longest road trip of the season, but they'll have an extra day to prepare and the Ravens will want to bring a win home for big bro.

Week 17 – Wednesday, Dec. 25, Ravens @ Houston Texans, Netflix, 4:30

Playing a road game on Christmas for the second straight year, the Ravens will face the Houston Texans in a key late-season matchup. Baltimore handled playing away on Christmas extremely well last season, knocking off San Francisco, 33-19, in one of Baltimore's most impressive wins. The Ravens won't have to travel as far on Christmas this year, but they'll still face a serious test. The Texans acquired Diggs in an offseason trade and may have been the NFL's most improved team last year, making the playoffs with rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud and first-year Head Coach DeMeco Ryans.

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