The Ravens will finish in third place in the AFC North for a third straight year.
Their standing was secured with Sunday's 20-17 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, coupled by the Cleveland Browns' loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. With one game remaining, the Ravens are 5-10, while the Browns are 3-14.
Now that we know where they'll finish, we also know the Ravens' opponents for the 2016 season. Below is that list with the opponent's current record in parentheses:
Home: Cincinnati Bengals (11-3), Cleveland Browns (3-14), Pittsburgh Steelers (9-6), Buffalo Bills (7-8), Miami Dolphins (5-10), Philadelphia Eagles (6-9), Washington Redskins (8-7), Oakland Raiders (7-8).
Road: Bengals, Browns, Steelers, New England Patriots (12-3), New York Jets (10-5), Dallas Cowboys (4-11), New York Giants (6-9), Jacksonville Jaguars (5-10).
The dates and times of these games won't be released until late April, but for Ravens' fans, who have endured one of the most difficult seasons in franchise history, the opportunity to look forward will likely be welcomed.