1997 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
6-9-1 0-0 5291 3702 1589 33 292 5363 3673 1690 28 306
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The Baltimore Ravens' second season was in 1997, and it was the second season Ted Marchibroda served as the head coach of the team. The Ravens played their home games at Memorial Stadium. They finished the season 6-9-1, 3-4-1 at home and 3-5-0 on the road. At the end of the season, Peter Boulware was awarded with the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year award.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Jacksonville Jaguars 27-28
Week 2 Cincinnati Bengals 23-10
Week 3 @ New York Giants 24-23
Week 4 @ Tennessee Oilers 36-10
Week 5 @ San Diego Chargers 17-21
Week 6 Pittsburgh Steelers 34-42
Week 8 Miami Dolphins 13-24
Week 9 @ Washington Redskins 20-17
Week 10 @ New York Jets 16-19
Week 11 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 0-37
Week 12 Philadelphia Eagles 10-10
Week 13 Arizona Cardinals 13-16
Week 14 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 27-29
Week 15 Seattle Seahawks 31-24
Week 16 Tennessee Oilers 21-19
Week 17 @ Cincinnati Bengals 14-16

1997 Baltimore Ravens Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda Assistant Head Coach: Kirk Ferentz Defensive Coordinator: Marvin Lewis Quarterbacks Coach: Don Strock Wide Receivers Coach: Richard Mann Offensive Line Coach: Kirk Ferentz Running Backs Coach: Al Lavan Tight Ends Coach: Ken Whisenhunt Offensive Assistant Coach: John Settle Offensive Quality Control Coach: Lester Erb Defensive Line Coach: Jacob Burney Linebackers Coach: Maxie Baughan Secondary Coach: Alvin Reynolds Defensive Assistant Coach: Jim Schwartz Special Teams Coach: Scott O'Brien Quality Control Coach: Jim Schwartz Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jerry Simmons Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Paul Ricci General Manager: Ozzie Newsome Scout: Terry McDonough Pro Scout: Tom Gamble Player Personnel Assistant: Eric DeCosta Head Athletic Trainer: Bill Tessendorf