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2006 Baltimore Ravens Schedule

The 2006 Baltimore Ravens schedule produced a record of 13 wins and 3 losses, and a trip to the playoffs where they lost to the Colts. They had regular season wins against the Raiders, Steelers, Chargers, Browns, Chiefs, Saints, Buccaneers, Titans, Falcons, Bills and Bengals and losses against the Bengals, Broncos and Panthers. View the 2006 Ravens complete schedule game by game.
2006 Baltimore Ravens Preseason Schedule
1 New York Giants 17 @ Baltimore Ravens 16 Game Stats
2 Philadelphia Eagles 10 @ Baltimore Ravens 20 Game Stats
4 Baltimore Ravens 17 @ Washington Redskins 10 Game Stats
3 Baltimore Ravens 15 @ Minnesota Vikings 14 Game Stats
2006 Baltimore Ravens Schedule (Record: 13 - 3 - 0)
1 Baltimore Ravens 27 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 0 Game Stats
2 Oakland Raiders 6 @ Baltimore Ravens 28 Game Stats
3 Baltimore Ravens 15 @ Cleveland Browns 14 Game Stats
4 San Diego Chargers 13 @ Baltimore Ravens 16 Game Stats
5 Baltimore Ravens 3 @ Denver Broncos 13 Game Stats
6 Carolina Panthers 23 @ Baltimore Ravens 21 Game Stats
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8 Baltimore Ravens 35 @ New Orleans Saints 22 Game Stats
9 Cincinnati Bengals 20 @ Baltimore Ravens 26 Game Stats
10 Baltimore Ravens 27 @ Tennessee Titans 26 Game Stats
11 Atlanta Falcons 10 @ Baltimore Ravens 24 Game Stats
12 Pittsburgh Steelers 0 @ Baltimore Ravens 27 Game Stats
13 Baltimore Ravens 7 @ Cincinnati Bengals 13 Game Stats
14 Baltimore Ravens 20 @ Kansas City Chiefs 10 Game Stats
15 Cleveland Browns 17 @ Baltimore Ravens 27 Game Stats
16 Baltimore Ravens 31 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 7 Game Stats
17 Buffalo Bills 7 @ Baltimore Ravens 19 Game Stats
2006 Baltimore Ravens Postseason Schedule
AFC Divisional Playoff
Indianapolis Colts 15 @ Baltimore Ravens 6 Game Stats
 
 
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