NFL to release 2015 schedule on Tuesday night


The wait is just about over.
The NFL announced it will release the 2015 regular-season schedule on 8 p.m. Tuesday night, which gives teams and their fans better framework to prepare for another season. Coming off their sixth trip to the postseason in seven seasons under head coach John Harbaugh, the Ravens are once again anticipating being scheduled for a few marquee prime-time matchups.
Baltimore’s preseason schedule was announced earlier this month, but the Ravens will learn when they will play each of their opponents that were determined at the end of the 2014 season. In addition to their normal games against the rest of the AFC North, the Ravens will face the AFC West and the NFC West in addition to Jacksonville and Miami, who both finished third in their respective divisions like the Ravens.
Facing so many teams on the West Coast has sparked a unique scheduling request by the Ravens as they have asked the NFL to slot road games against San Francisco and Oakland in consecutive weeks. This would allow the team to remain in the Bay Area in the week between games and cut down on the toll of an additional cross-country trip.
Below are the Ravens’ opponents for the 2015 season:
HOME GAMES: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, San Diego, Seattle, St. Louis, Jacksonville
AWAY GAMES: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Denver, Oakland, San Francisco, Arizona, Miami