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Interesting that we have back to back Thursday Night Football games. 

1. Brown's

2. @Texans

3. KC (MNF Primetime) 

4. @Redskins

5. Bengals

6. @Eagles

7. Steelers 

8. BYE

9. @Indy

10. @Patriots (SNF Primetime) 

11. Titans 

12. @Steelers (Thanksgiving) (TNF Primetime) 

13. Cowboys (TNF Primetime) 

14. @Browns (MNF Primetime) 

15. Jaguars 

16. Giants 

17. @Bengals

 

 

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Solid schedule. Those last 4 games are nice if we need to make up any ground. Pitt/Tenn b2b on a short week is TOUGH

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6 minutes ago, baltimoreRebel said:

Interesting that we have back to back Thursday Night Football games. 

First one is Thanksgiving, isn't it?

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59 minutes ago, M.10.E said:

Solid schedule. Those last 4 games are nice if we need to make up any ground. Pitt/Tenn b2b on a short week is TOUGH

It’s not just that. The bye week is essentially ruined.

We have Indy (physical downhill offense and defense), Patriots (which until Belichick is gone is likely to be a physical squad), Titans (another physical downhill squad on both sides), the Steelers (physical defense is a part of the culture), and then you’ve got the Cowboys talent on defense with a first year Mike Nolan (that hasn’t been figured out yet).

Thats a brutal 5 game stretch for sure. Which like you said is only heightened by the short week in between our likely most physical competitions within.

That stretch will likely tell us a lot about the 2020 squad and our playoff chances.

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14-2 and have the same # of home primetime games as teams like the bears bills and rams lol cmon...we will now all time under harbaugh have played 14 MNF games. we will have played 2 of those at home and 12 on the road.

also annoyed we’ll be hosting our biggest primetime game week 3 vs KC when there’s a very slim chance we’ll have fans there to help us out, but play all our road primetime games late in the year weeks 12 and on when those teams will have their fans back and helping out


 

 

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1 minute ago, diamondbull424 said:

It’s not just that. The bye week is essentially ruined.

We have Indy (physical downhill offense and defense), Patriots (which until Belichick is gone is likely to be a physical squad), Titans (another physical downhill squad on both sides), the Steelers (physical defense is a part of the culture), and then you’ve got the Cowboys talent on defense with a first year Mike Nolan (that hasn’t been figured out yet).

Thats a brutal 5 game stretch for sure. Which like you said is only heightened by the short week in between our likely most physical competitions within.

That stretch will likely tell us a lot about the 2020 squad and our playoff chances.

Well, you can also think of week 13-14 as a mini-bye. We'll have home Thursday game vs the Cowboys in week 13, and then a Monday night game at Cleveland on Monday night of week 14. So that's an 11 day break between games. 

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4 minutes ago, Ray Reed said:

14-2 and have the same # of home primetime games as teams like the bears bills and rams lol cmon...we will now all time under harbaugh have played 14 MNF games. we will have played 2 of those at home and 12 on the road.

also annoyed we’ll be hosting our biggest primetime game week 3 vs KC when there’s a very slim chance we’ll have fans there to help us out, but play all our road primetime games late in the year weeks 12 and on when those teams will have their fans back and helping out


 

 
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I don’t think you generally get more home prime time games for previous season success. You just get the max 5. Could be wrong but it actually seems like the best teams get more road prime time games to give weaker opponents a better chance to keep it competitive.

And KC won the Super Bowl and only got 2 at home 

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We don't leave EST after week 2 and travel the fewest of any team. The stars are aligning this year for us, barring very unforeseen circumstances.

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1 hour ago, Ray Reed said:

14-2 and have the same # of home primetime games as teams like the bears bills and rams lol cmon...we will now all time under harbaugh have played 14 MNF games. we will have played 2 of those at home and 12 on the road.

also annoyed we’ll be hosting our biggest primetime game week 3 vs KC when there’s a very slim chance we’ll have fans there to help us out, but play all our road primetime games late in the year weeks 12 and on when those teams will have their fans back and helping out


 

 
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Don’t worry about that the whole season will be played with no fans. There is no way they can play with fans in the stands without a vaccine. At the very earliest that won’t happen until January and then it has to be mass produced so this season will have no fans I can see them trying to push for the Super Bowl to be the first and only game this season having fans and the fan experience.

No matter what Football is coming back that’s all that matters. Let’s get the third ring!

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, AFlaccoSeagulls said:

We don't leave EST after week 2 and travel the fewest of any team. The stars are aligning this year for us, barring very unforeseen circumstances.

Thankfully 2020 has been a year without any unforeseen circumstances at all, so it's all happening baby. 

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Fun fact: 6 of the last 7 times the Ravens have played in Pittsburgh it’s been a primetime game.

In that same stretch we’ve had the Steelers at M&T on primetime once.

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30 minutes ago, Ray Reed said:

Fun fact: 6 of the last 7 times the Ravens have played in Pittsburgh it’s been a primetime game.

In that same stretch we’ve had the Steelers at M&T on primetime once.

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Yeah I mean I try not to bother myself too much with this stuff but the fact that it's always us going to Pittsburgh for these primetime games has become pretty noticeable. Then you add in the fact this year that 2 of our 3 divisional road games are primetime games and it feels a little ridiculous.

Then again CBS devoted an entire night during their feature COVID NFL programming recently to just our only 2 losses of the regular season this year so you get the sense we're not particularly liked and the suits know it. 

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