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2015 Baltimore Ravens Schedule | Season Handicapping Picks

2015 NFL Football – Ravens Analysis

The Baltimore Ravens will try avenge their exit in the 2nd round of the 2014 NFL Playoffs as they get set for the 2015 season. Baltimore finished 2nd in the AFC North in 2014 and was a Wild Card participant. They did knock off divisional rival Pittsburgh in the AFC Wild Card Game, but blew a late 2nd half lead against the Patriots to get eliminated.

Ravens Odds

Ravens Odds to Win the 2016 Super Bowl: 25/1
Ravens Odds to Win the 2015-16 AFC North: +160
Ravens Odds to Win the 2015-16 AFC Conference: 12/1
Ravens Over/Under 2015 Win Total: 9
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Here is breakdown of their 2015 schedule along with predictions:

Week 1: Sunday, September 13 at Denver 4:25 PM

The Ravens get the tough task of opening up in the mile high air against a rejuvenated Peyton Manning.

Things won’t be easy as Manning is ready to prove the doubters wrong as he looked like he faded toward the end of the season last year.

Baltimore drops the opener to start the season 0-1.

Week 2: Sunday, September 20 at Oakland 4:05 PM

The Ravens should fair much better in their 2nd game of the season against the lowly Raiders. Oakland’s offense ranked among one of the worst in 2014. Their defense was equally as bad.

Even though games in Oakland feature some of the loudest fans in football, Baltimore knows they cannot start the season 0-2. Baltimore gets the win and goes to 1-1.

Week 3: Sunday, September 27 vs Cincinnati 1:00 PM

Baltimore’s home opener will pin them up against Andy Dalton and division rival Cincinnati.

Cincinnati actually spoiled the home opener for Baltimore last season with a 23-16 win in Week 1.

Expect a bit of revenge from last season as Baltimore takes their home opener and gets to 2-1.

Week 4: Thursday, October 1 at Pittsburgh 8:25 PM ET

A short layoff between Weeks 3 and 4 will be a tough adjustment for both teams. Baltimore split the two meetings with the Steelers in 2014 with each team taking their respective game at home.

This will be a tough one for Baltimore as Pittsburgh wants their revenge, but Baltimore keeps things rolling and gets to 3-1.

Week 5: Sunday, October 11, vs. Cleveland 1:00 PM

Cleveland has been the team to beat up on in the AFC North the past couple seasons. Baltimore handled them in the finale last season to clinch their spot in the playoffs. Baltimore should have no problem against Cleveland at home. The Ravens move to 4-1.

Week 6: Sunday, October 18, at San Francisco 4:25 PM

After 3 straight against divisional opponents, Baltimore heads west to take on the 49ers.

Flacco will have a tough time against the 49ers defense as they are a step above the Bengals, Steelers, and Browns. Baltimore falls to 4-2.

Week 7: Monday, October 26, at Arizona 8:30 PM

Monday Night Football lands in Arizona for Week 7. The Cardinals proved they were no pushover last season and they were a great home team.

With the national audience watching, the Cardinals handle the Ravens, dropping them to 4-3.

Week 8: Sunday, November 1 vs. San Diego 1:00 PM

After 2 game west coast trip, Baltimore welcomes in a west coast team to Maryland. After likely dropping the 2 road games, a win here is a must.

Phillip Rivers and the Chargers played the Ravens in 2014 and it turned into a shootout. In the end San Diego came away victorious 34-33.

This time around, they’re in Baltimore. Expect the Ravens to get a much needed win and move to 5-3.

Week 9: BYE WEEK

Week 10: Sunday, November 15, vs Jacksonville 1:00 PM

The Jags were a mess offensively and defensively in 2014. They ranked last in many categories or at least near the bottom.

Things won’t be very different this season and Baltimore should be able to handle them at home. Baltimore goes to 6-3.

Week 11: Sunday, November 22, vs St. Louis 1:00 PM

The Rams acquired Nick Foles in the offseason and it drastically will improve their offense. However, they run a completely different style than the Eagles did. Foles will probably struggle in this offense and St. Louis won’t be good in 2015. Baltimore goes to 7-3 here.

Week 12: Monday, November 30, at Cleveland 8:30 PM

Cleveland will be rocking with Monday Night Football in town. This is a solid trap game for Baltimore as Cleveland will pumped and ready. Baltimore falls in this spot and goes to 7-4.

Week 13: Sunday, December 6 at Miami 1:00 PM

After a letdown spot in Cleveland, this is a prime bounce back position for the Ravens. Baltimore will need to win games like these if they hope to make the playoffs in 2015.

Miami was a solid defensive team in 2015, but their offensive numbers were atrocious. Their lack of firepower causes them a loss here as Baltimore goes to 8-4 and gets a big road win.

Week 14: Sunday, December 13 vs Seattle 8:30 PM

Sunday Night Football comes to Baltimore for a matchup between Joe Flacco and Russell Wilson. This will likely be a spot where both teams need a win as they fight in their respective divisions. Seattle is just too much for Baltimore and the Ravens drop to 8-5.

Week 15: Sunday, December 20 vs Kansas City 1:00 PM 

The Chiefs were a dominant team at home, but they struggled on the road. That will likely be the same story in 2015 as that is their achilles heel when it comes to why they won’t make the playoffs.

Baltimore grabs a home win to go to 9-5.

Week 16: Sunday, December 27 vs. Pittsburgh 8:30 PM

This is the revenge spot for Pittsburgh. After Baltimore eliminated them from the playoffs in 2014, Pittsburgh comes into Baltimore and gets a much needed win as far as the AFC North standings are concerned. The Ravens go to 9-6 and essentially get eliminated from winning the division.

Week 17: Sunday, January 3 at Cincinnati 1:00 PM 

With the likelihood of a Wild Card spot up for grabs, but perhaps the division, this is a must win anyway you look at. The odds are Baltimore will be fighting for a playoff spot or seeding here.

Winning away from home, especially against the division is tough, but Baltimore grabs the win here and finishes 10-6.

10-6 SHOULD get and will likely get Baltimore a playoff spot. Their road schedule is tough this season and they’ll likely need to steal a couple wins they shouldn’t get in order to get into the postseason.

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About Tony M

Tony is new to Cappers Picks and has been betting on sports since the first day he turned 18. He is a 22 year old Cleveland native who lives and breathes Indians baseball. His dream is to be part of a championship celebration at the corner of Carnegie and Ontario.


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