5 Biggest Games On Baltimore Ravens' 2016 NFL Schedule

By Geoffrey Knox

There isn’t one fan on the planet who would pass up the opportunity to see their team win a Super Bowl. Baltimore Ravens fans have been given that gift twice in their team’s history, but unfortunately for them they haven’t had much to cheer about recently. One thing is certain. Their fans love them unconditionally but would love to see them return to form in 2016. Here are five games that they’ll want to pay attention to.

5 Biggest Games On Baltimore Ravens\' 2016 NFL Schedule
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5. Sunday, September 11, Buffalo Bills

Sunday, September 11, Buffalo Bills Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports
Two of their first three games are on the road, and one of those is against a divisional opponent. It would be good for them to take the opening contest before hitting the road for two straight.

5. Sunday, September 11, Buffalo Bills

Two of their first three games are on the road, and one of those is against a divisional opponent. It would be good for them to take the opening contest before hitting the road for two straight.

4. Sunday, November 6, Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday, November 6, Pittsburgh Steelers Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
The easiest way to make the playoffs is by winning your division. Last year the AFC North sent two teams to the playoffs. The Ravens won't see their bye week until week eight. Then in week nine, they've got the hated Steelers. Enough said.

4. Sunday, November 6, Pittsburgh Steelers

The easiest way to make the playoffs is by winning your division. Last year the AFC North sent two teams to the playoffs. The Ravens won't see their bye week until week eight. Then in week nine, they've got the hated Steelers. Enough said.

3. Thursday, November 10, Cleveland Browns

Thursday, November 10, Cleveland Browns Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
Following their date with the Steelers, the Ravens have a short week. NFL teams always hate those. It's extra stressful when you're welcoming a divisional opponent for your third divisional game in the first nine weeks of the season.

3. Thursday, November 10, Cleveland Browns

Following their date with the Steelers, the Ravens have a short week. NFL teams always hate those. It's extra stressful when you're welcoming a divisional opponent for your third divisional game in the first nine weeks of the season.

2. Sunday December 25, at Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday December 25, at Pittsburgh Steelers Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports
Again, the Ravens open with two out of their first three games on the road. They'll also close 2016 on the road against the two teams from their division that made the playoffs in 2015. Step one of that process is in Pittsburgh.

2. Sunday December 25, at Pittsburgh Steelers

Again, the Ravens open with two out of their first three games on the road. They'll also close 2016 on the road against the two teams from their division that made the playoffs in 2015. Step one of that process is in Pittsburgh.

1. Sunday, January 1, at Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, January 1, at Cincinnati Bengals Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports
If all goes as planned, the Ravens play the Bengals in the final game of the season that may decide the division. Unfortunately for them, the game is in Cincinnati, and the Bengals don't lose at home too often in the regular season.

1. Sunday, January 1, at Cincinnati Bengals

If all goes as planned, the Ravens play the Bengals in the final game of the season that may decide the division. Unfortunately for them, the game is in Cincinnati, and the Bengals don't lose at home too often in the regular season.

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