Reading Time: 3 minutesThe NFL Draft is now complete, so here are my grades for each Baltimore Ravens selection. Round 1 – Pick 27: Rashod Bateman | WR | Minnesota With their first pick, the Ravens selected Minnesota WR Rashod Bateman. The Ravens openly pursued a free agent wide receiver, understanding their need at the position. They were turned down by the bigger name FAs and eventually settled for Sammy Watkins. Now, it’s clear to everyone that Watkins is not the solution to Baltimore’s wide receiver problems, so a receiver was still fully in play for the draft. This has been...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Ravens made a blockbuster trade when they sent OT Orlando Brown Jr. to the Kansas City Chiefs. The full trade details: Chiefs receive: OT Orlando Brown Jr, 2021 second-round pick, 2022 sixth-round pick Ravens receive: 2021 first-round pick, 2021 third-round pick, 2021 fourth-round pick, 2022 fifth-round pick For the Ravens, there’s some good, and definitely some bad, so let’s get right into what this trade means for them The Bad My biggest complaint with this trade is that it helps the Ravens’ biggest rival outside the AFC North. Why would you trade an amazing, young...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe second wave of free agency is underway. Many of the great, good, and solid receivers are off the market, and the Ravens still have a hole at the position. The Ravens have heavily pursued multiple receivers, and while they signed Sammy Watkins, the offense could still use another receiver. Insert Antonio Brown, who the Ravens know too well. Brown is one of the better WR free agents left on the market and the Ravens are desperate for one, but would signing AB actually be a good move? The Ravens will have to trust that Antonio Brown...Read More
Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Ravens championship window is wide open and they need to pounce on it. The offseason is extremely important to teams in Baltimore’s position because they’ll use it to address their most pressing needs before making a run at the Super Bowl next season. If the Ravens want to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Baltimore, they will need to address most of the needs on this list. The Ravens’ most pressing need is the Offensive Line. With future Hall-of-Famer RG Marshall Yanda‘s retirement and All-Pro LT Ronnie Stanley‘s season-ending injury, the unit looked much different...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Ravens beat the Titans last Sunday to advance to the divisional round where they’ll travel to Buffalo to face Josh Allen and the Bills. Just like the Titans game, it’ll be a tough, but winnable game for the Ravens. These are the 5 key matchups the Ravens must win if they want to advance to the AFC Championship. Lamar Jackson vs Josh Allen The game is headlined by the matchup between Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen and for good reason. Both Allen and Jackson were drafted in 2018 and despite doubters, have risen to become...Read More
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