2004 Baltimore Ravens Season
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2004 Baltimore Ravens Season
2004 Baltimore Ravens season
OwnerSteve Bisciotti
Head coachBrian Billick
General managerOzzie Newsome
Offensive coordinatorMatt Cavanaugh
Defensive coordinatorMike Nolan
Home fieldM&T Bank Stadium
Results
Record9-7
Division place2nd AFC North
Playoff finishDid not qualify

The 2004 Baltimore Ravens season was the team's ninth season in the NFL. They were unable to improve upon their previous output of 10-6 and a playoff appearance, instead going 9-7[1] and missing the playoffs.

The 2004 season was the subject of the John Feinstein non-fiction book Next Man Up;[2] the result of Feinstein spending the season behind the scenes with the team.

It was also the highlight of then 37-year-old Deion Sanders making a comeback after three years out of football. Meanwhile, Jamal Lewis, who was coming off a historic 2003 season, was arrested for drug charges and earned a two-game suspension by the NFL. He would finish the season with just 1,006 yards rushing as the Ravens were one of the worst offenses in the NFL in 2004. Ed Reed, who had 9 interceptions for the season, was named Defensive Player of the Year.

For the season, the Ravens introduced black alternate uniforms.

Draft

2004 Baltimore Ravens draft
Round Pick Player Position College Notes
2 51 Dwan Edwards  DT Oregon State
3 82 Devard Darling  WR Washington State
5 153 Roderick Green   DE Central Missouri
6 187 Josh Harris  QB Bowling Green
6 199 Clarence Moore  WR Northern Arizona
7 244 Derek Abney  WR Kentucky
7 246 Brian Rimpf  G East Carolina
      Made roster    +   Pro Football Hall of Fame    *   Made at least one Pro Bowl during career

Staff

Roster

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Attendance
1 September 12 at Cleveland Browns L 3-20 0-1
73,068
2 September 19 Pittsburgh Steelers W 30-13 1-1
69,859
3 September 26 at Cincinnati Bengals W 23-9 2-1
65,575
4 October 4 Kansas City Chiefs L 24-27 2-2
69,827
5 October 10 at Washington Redskins W 17-10 3-2
90,287
6 Bye
7 October 24 Buffalo Bills W 20-6 4-2
69,809
8 October 31 at Philadelphia Eagles L 10-15 4-3
67,715
9 November 7 Cleveland Browns W 27-13 5-3
69,781
10 November 14 at New York Jets W 20-17 (OT) 6-3
77,826
11 November 21 Dallas Cowboys W 30-10 7-3
69,924
12 November 28 at New England Patriots L 3-24 7-4
68,756
13 December 5 Cincinnati Bengals L 26-27 7-5
69,695
14 December 12 New York Giants W 37-14 8-5
69,856
15 December 19 at Indianapolis Colts L 10-20 8-6
57,240
16 December 26 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 7-20 8-7
64,227
17 January 2, 2005 Miami Dolphins W 30-23 9-7
69,843

Standings

AFC North
W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
(1)Pittsburgh Steelers 15 1 0 .938 5-1 11-1 372 251 W14
Baltimore Ravens 9 7 0 .563 3-3 6-6 317 268 W1
Cincinnati Bengals 8 8 0 .500 4-2 4-8 374 372 W2
Cleveland Browns 4 12 0 .250 1-5 3-9 276 390 W1

References

  1. ^ 2004 Baltimore Ravens
  2. ^ Feinstein, J (2005), Next Man Up, Little, Brown & Co. / Hachette ISBN 978-0-316-01328-4

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