2002 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
7-9-0 0-0 4639 2847 1792 32 261 5353 3591 1762 31 316
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The Baltimore Ravens' seventh season was in 2002, and it was the fourth season Brian Billick served as the head coach of the team. They finished the season 7-9-0, 4-4-0 at home and 3-5-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Carolina Panthers 7-10
Week 2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0-25
Week 4 Denver Broncos 34-23
Week 5 @ Cleveland Browns 26-21
Week 6 @ Indianapolis Colts 20-22
Week 7 Jacksonville Jaguars 17-10
Week 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 18-31
Week 9 @ Atlanta Falcons 17-20
Week 10 Cincinnati Bengals 38-27
Week 11 @ Miami Dolphins 7-26
Week 12 Tennessee Titans 13-12
Week 13 @ Cincinnati Bengals 27-23
Week 14 New Orleans Saints 25-37
Week 15 @ Houston Texans 23-19
Week 16 Cleveland Browns 13-14
Week 17 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 31-34

Coaches

Head Coach: Brian Billick Offensive Coordinator: Matt Cavanaugh Defensive Coordinator: Mike Nolan Special Teams Coordinator: Gary Zauner Quarterbacks Coach: David Shaw Wide Receivers Coach: David Shaw Offensive Line Coach: Jim Colletto Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Wade Harman Running Backs Coach: Matt Simon Tight Ends Coach: Wade Harman Defensive Line Coach: Rex Ryan Linebackers Coach: Mike Smith Defensive Backs Coach: Donnie Henderson Defensive Assistant Coach: Dennis Thurman, Phil Zacharias Assistant Special Teams Coach: Bennie Thompson Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jeff Friday Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Ricci, Mark Asanovich Coaching and Video Assistant: Mike Pettine Coaches Assistant: Mike Pettine Head Athletic Trainer: Bill Tessendorf Assistant Athletic Trainer: Kevin Domboski Pro Personnel Intern: Pep Hamilton