The Ravens hit the road once again this Sunday, going to Cleveland to resume play after their bye week.
In fact, they've been hitting the road a lot lately. They played three of their last four games on the road, then had the bye week. Now comes Cleveland on the road.
Translation: the Ravens have just one home game from Sept. 22 to Nov. 10. But that's not bothering coach John Harbaugh too much.
"I haven't thought about that," Harbaugh said at Monday's news conference. "The schedule is what it is, and we've got to win wherever we play. And we've got to go to Cleveland and find a way to win."
The Ravens then have two of their next three games on the road again. They come home a week from Sunday to play the Bengals in a key AFC North game but then go back out on the road to Chicago.
After that, though, everything changes. The Ravens will get to play three straight games at home, a bit unusual in the NFL, and wind up with five of their last eight games at home.
"I noticed that, yes," Harbaugh said. "But that will be when the time comes. When we get to those games, we’ll be happy to be playing at home, but we’ve got to take care of this game right now. That’s the one that is on our minds."
In other words, they're just taking things one game at a time.