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The Ravens of course play home and away battles with their AFC North rival Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns, but Baltimore also must face all NFC South and AFC East teams.
In addition, the Ravens have two interconference matchups based on the 2009 standings within each team’s respective division. Baltimore has the second place team from the AFC West (Denver) and AFC South (Houston).
The dates and times of all NFL games will be announced in the spring, but so you can get an idea of what’s ahead, here is a look at the venues for next season.
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Buffalo, Miami, Denver, New Orleans, Tampa Bay
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Cleveland, New England, New York, Houston, Atlanta, Carolina
Also, kickoff weekend for 2010 will begin on Thursday, Sept. 9 and the regular season will conclude on Jan. 2.