Ravens head coach John Harbaugh isn't happy with the NFL's latest schedule change.
The league announced Sunday that Week 17 games with playoff implications would be flexed from the 1:00 p.m. ET slot to the 4:25 p.m. ET slot.
This means the Ravens' potentially playoff clinching game against the Cincinnati Bengals will now kick off at the later time.
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Sunday also happens to be New Year's Eve, a night where the majority of people already have plans. And with attendance visibly down at M&T Bank Stadium, John Harbaugh doesn't think the league is doing the team any favors.
I don't think the NFL did us any favors by moving it back, Harbaugh said. But they don't care about us. So, we just have to care about ourselves. We have to take care of our own business. That goes for our team, for our fans and for our city. Let's go win the football game.
Last week team president Dick Cass sent a letter to season-ticket holders addressing the "no-shows" during the 2017 season, admitting protests during the National Anthem prior to their Week 3 game in London has had an effect.
But now with the playoffs on the horizon for the first time since 2014, the Ravens are hoping attendance will get back to how it's been in seasons past.
I don't know what their considerations are at the league office, and why they do what they do, Harbaugh said. I really don't care, other than the fact that I hope our fans are OK with it. I hope they're into it. I hope people get there. The people who have plans, I hope they give their tickets to someone else so they get there. I want the place to be packed and loud.
In total, five games have been shifted with no Sunday night game. In addition to Ravens-Bengals, Bills-Dolphins and Jaguars-Titans were flexed for the AFC.
In the NFC, Panthers-Falcons and Saints-Buccaneers will now be played at 4:25 ET.
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