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2004 Baltimore Ravens schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
9-7-0 0-0 4375 2312 2063 23 260 4803 3122 1681 34 272
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2004 was the ninth season for the Baltimore Ravens and the fifth season for Brian Billick as the head coach of the Ravens. They finished the season 9-7-0, 6-2-0 at home and 3-5-0 on the road. At the conclusion of the season Ed Reed was awarded with the AP Defensive Player of the Year.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Cleveland Browns 3-20
Week 2 Pittsburgh Steelers 30-13
Week 3 @ Cincinnati Bengals 23-9
Week 4 Kansas City Chiefs 24-27
Week 5 @ Washington Redskins 17-10
Week 7 Buffalo Bills 20-6
Week 8 @ Philadelphia Eagles 10-15
Week 9 Cleveland Browns 27-13
Week 10 @ New York Jets 20-17
Week 11 Dallas Cowboys 30-10
Week 12 @ New England Patriots 3-24
Week 13 Cincinnati Bengals 26-27
Week 14 New York Giants 37-14
Week 15 @ Indianapolis Colts 10-20
Week 16 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 7-20
Week 17 Miami Dolphins 30-23

Coaches

Head Coach: Offensive Coordinator: Defensive Coordinator: Quarterbacks Coach: Wide Receivers Coach: Offensive Line Coach: Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Running Backs Coach: Tight Ends Coach: Offensive Assistant Coach: Defensive Line Coach: Assistant Defensive Line Coach: Linebackers Coach: Inside Linebackers Coach: Secondary Coach: , Special Teams Coordinator: Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Assistant Special Teams Coach: Defensive Assistant Coach: , Senior Consultant: Head Athletic Trainer: Player Personnel Assistant: Strength & Conditioning Intern: