With less than two weeks until the start of the 2018 season, the Ravens will be flying home to Baltimore.
And while the flight will be different from last season, there’s one thing that has remained the same: The flight will feature a mix of regular season and playoff games.
The Ravens and Steelers, both 3-0 heading into the season, will square off at home in a first-round playoff game on Jan. 3.
The Ravens will host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday at 1 p.m.
ET on CBS.
This will be the first time the Ravens have hosted the Steelers since 2014, when the team’s home opener against the New England Patriots.
The teams are scheduled to play again on Sunday, Jan. 19.
Both the Ravens and the Steelers have made the playoffs in each of the last four seasons, but the Ravens were swept by the Pittsburgh Bengals in Week 5 of the 2015 season.
It was the Ravens’ first postseason loss since the 2010 season.
This time around, the Steelers’ top-ranked defense, led by Pro Bowl outside linebacker Vontaze Burfict, has given the Ravens a chance to bounce back.
It’s been a rough season for the Ravens.
Baltimore is 9-6 this season and 0-5 on the road.
The game against the Ravens won’t be televised on CBS, but it will be shown on ESPN, which will air all of the playoff games on Sunday.
It will be streamed live on the NFL Network’s official website and the NFL.com app, along with a stream of other Ravens games on CBS Sports Network.
The schedule for the AFC North is the same as last season.
The Steelers are scheduled play the Pittsburgh Bills on Sunday in Buffalo.
The Bills are 1-5 and 2-5 this season.
The playoffs will be played on Thursday night, when teams that won’t make the postseason last season play each other for the final playoff spot in the AFC.
The AFC North division winners will play the second wild-card team in the division.
The team with the best record in the first round of the playoffs will advance to the Super Bowl.