1999 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
8-8-0 0-0 4778 3024 1754 31 259 4222 2991 1231 31 260
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The Baltimore Ravens' fourth season was in 1999, playing their home games at PSINet Stadium (1999–2002). During the offseason they hired Brian Billick to lead the team. Billick previously was the offensive coordinator of the Minnesota Vikings and had nine years of coaching experience in the NFL. They finished the season 8-8-0, 4-4-0 at home and 4-4-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ St. Louis Rams 10-27
Week 2 Pittsburgh Steelers 20-23
Week 3 Cleveland Browns 17-10
Week 4 @ Atlanta Falcons 19-13
Week 5 @ Tennessee Titans 11-14
Week 7 Kansas City Chiefs 8-35
Week 8 Buffalo Bills 10-13
Week 9 @ Cleveland Browns 41-9
Week 10 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 3-6
Week 11 @ Cincinnati Bengals 34-31
Week 12 Jacksonville Jaguars 23-30
Week 13 Tennessee Titans 41-14
Week 14 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 31-24
Week 15 New Orleans Saints 31-8
Week 16 Cincinnati Bengals 22-0
Week 17 @ New England Patriots 3-20

Coaches

Head Coach: Brian Billick Offensive Coordinator: Matt Cavanaugh Defensive Coordinator: Marvin Lewis, Vic Fangio Special Teams Coordinator: Russ Purnell Wide Receivers Coach: Milt Jackson 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, Mike Smith Linebackers Coach: Jack Del Rio Defensive Backs Coach: Steve Shafer Assistant Defensive Backs Coach: Donnie Henderson Defensive Assistant Coach: Mike Smith Head Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jeff Friday Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Chip Morton, Paul Ricci Head Athletic Trainer: Bill Tessendorf Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: James Garland, Steve Wilson