In April, when the
released its 2012 schedule, the
learned they would be hosting their first “Monday Night Football” home game at M&T Bank Stadium since December 2007 in their season opener against the
. The Ravens will also host primetime games in Week 3 (Sunday night against the
) and Week 4 (Thursday night against the
) at M&T Bank Stadium.
is excited by the return of “Monday Night Football” to Baltimore. But on Friday,
, Bisciotti expressed disappointment with the NFL front-loading those primetime home games into the first month of the season.
“I’ve complained enough that I knew it was coming. They did their best,” Bisciotti told
The Baltimore Sun
when asked about the city getting its first Monday night home game in the
era. “I’m a little disappointed that our three home national games are in Weeks 1, 3 and 4, or something like that, but it was quirky and they called and apologized and said it was what it was because there are three different networks.”
Bisciotti also pointed out that the Ravens could potentially add another Sunday night game in the second half of the season because of the flex scheduling. They will be flex candidates if they are contenders again.
But at least Bisciotti, clad in a purple sport coat as he held court with Under Armour founder and CEO and
, was able to a silver lining for hosting those three primetime games in the month of September.