2003 Baltimore Ravens season
Head Coach Brian Billick
Home Field
Results
Record 10–6
Place 1st AFC North
Playoff Finish Lost Wild Card Playoffs (Titans) 20–17
Timeline
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2002 2004

The 2003 Baltimore Ravens season was the team's eighth season in the NFL. They improved upon their previous output of 7–9, instead winning 10 games and making a playoff appearance.[1] One notable moment from the season came in week 2, when Jamal Lewis rushed for 295 yards against the Cleveland Browns, setting the NFL record for most rushing yards in a single game.[2]

Schedule[edit | edit source]

Week Date Opponent Result Record Attendance
1 September 7 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 34–15 0–1
63,157
2 September 14 Cleveland Browns W 33–13 1–1
69,473
3 September 21 at San Diego Chargers W 24–10 2–1
52,028
4 September 28 Kansas City Chiefs L 17–10 2–2
69,459
5 Bye week
6 October 12 at Arizona Cardinals W 26–18 3–2
24,193
7 October 19 at Cincinnati Bengals L 34–26 3–3
53,553
8 October 26 Denver Broncos W 26–6 4–3
69,723
9 November 2 Jacksonville Jaguars W 24–17 5–3
69,486
10 November 9 at St. Louis Rams L 33–22 5–4
66,085
11 November 16 at Miami Dolphins L 9–6 (OT) 5–5
73,333
12 November 23 Seattle Seahawks W 44–41 (OT) 6–5
69,477
13 November 30 San Francisco 49ers W 44–6 7–5
69,549
14 December 7 Cincinnati Bengals W 31–13 8–5
69,468
15 December 14 at Oakland Raiders L 20–12 8–6
45,398
16 December 21 at Cleveland Browns W 35–0 9–6
72,548
17 December 28 Pittsburgh Steelers W 13–10 (OT) 10–6
70,001

Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
Wildcard January 3 Tennessee Titans L 17–20
69,452

Standings[edit | edit source]

Template:2003 AFC North standings

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 2003 Baltimore Ravens
  2. Lewis rushes for 295 yards!. Pro Football Hall of Fame. 15 September 2003. Retrieved 23 August 2011.
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