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2005 Baltimore Ravens season
Head Coach Brian Billick
Home Field M&T Bank Stadium
Results
Record 6–10
Place 3rd AFC North
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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The 2005 Baltimore Ravens season was the team's tenth season in the NFL. They were unable to improve upon their previous output of 9–7, instead going 6–10[1] and missing the playoffs for the second straight season.

Personnel

Staff

2005 Baltimore Ravens final staff
Front Office
  • Owner – Steve Bisciotti
  • Minority Owner – Art Modell
  • President – Dick Cass
  • General Manager/Executive Vice President – Ozzie Newsome
  • Vice President of Football Administration – Pat Moriarty
  • Director of College Scouting – Eric DeCosta
  • Director of Pro Personnel – George Kokinis
  • Assistant Director of Pro Personnel – Vincent Newsome

Head Coaches

  • Head Coach – Brian Billick
  • Assistant Head Coach/Offensive Line – Chris Foerster

Offensive Coaches

  • Offensive Coordinator – Jim Fassel
  • Quarterbacks – Rick Neuheisel
  • Running Backs – Matt Simon
  • Wide Receivers – David Shaw
  • Assistant Wide Receivers/Quarterbacks – Jedd Fisch
  • Tight Ends/Assistant Offensive Line – Wade Harman
  • Offensive Assistant – John Fassel
  Defensive Coaches
  • Defensive Coordinator – Rex Ryan
  • Defensive Line – Clarence Brooks
  • Linebackers – Jeff FitzGerald
  • Outside Linebackers – Mike Pettine
  • Secondary – Johnnie Lynn
  • Secondary – Dennis Thurman

Special Teams Coaches

  • Special Teams Coordinator – Gary Zauner
  • Special Teams Assistant – Bennie Thompson

Strength and Conditioning

  • Strength and Conditioning – Jeff Friday
  • Assistant Strength and Conditioning – Paul Ricci

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Attendance
1 September 11 Indianapolis Colts L 24–7 0–1
70,501
2 September 18 at Tennessee Titans L 25–10 0–2
69,149
3 Bye week
4 October 2 New York Jets W 13–3 1–2
70,479
5 October 9 at Detroit Lions L 35–17 1–3
61,201
6 October 16 Cleveland Browns W 16–3 2–3
70,196
7 October 23 at Chicago Bears L 10–6 2–4
62,102
8 October 31 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 20–19 2–5
64,178
9 November 6 Cincinnati Bengals L 21–9 2–6
70,540
10 November 13 at Jacksonville Jaguars L 30–3 2–7
66,107
11 November 20 Pittsburgh Steelers W 16–13 (OT) 3–7
70,601
12 November 27 at Cincinnati Bengals L 42–29 3–8
65,680
13 December 4 Houston Texans W 16–15 4–8
69,909
14 December 11 at Denver Broncos L 12–10 4–9
75,651
15 December 19 Green Bay Packers W 48–3 [[#endnote_mnf_record{{{3}}}|[a]]] 5–9
70,604
16 December 25 Minnesota Vikings W 30–23 6–9
70,246
17 January 1 at Cleveland Browns L 20–16 6–10
69,871
[[#ref_mnf_record{{{3}}}|^]] Largest margin of victory in Monday Night Football history

Standings

Template:2005 AFC North standings

References

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