2014 Offense: 25.6 PTS/G (8th)
2014 Defense: 18.9 PTS/G (6th)
Key Additions: Kendrick Lewis (S), Kyle Arrington (CB)
Key Losses: Torrey Smith (WR), Haloti Ngata (DT), Owen Daniels (TE)
Top Three Draft Picks: Breshad Perriman (WR), Maxx Williams (TE), Carl Davis (DT)
The Ravens were actually really good last year. They finished in the top ten in offense and defense. The defense isn’t surprise but they were eighth in points scored last year. They have a dominant offensive line and a running back that knows how to use. They spent their first round pick on a receiver to pair with the ageless Steve Smith. They also have Joe Flacco. That’s sometimes a really good thing and sometimes not. He’s never terrible though.
The Ravens defense is always good. I don’t know how that works. They lose hall of fame talents every year and yet they’re still always good. Maybe Ray Lewis will stab them if they don’t play well. Is it okay to joke about that. I know he was a great player but he’s kind of a fraud as a person. Even Ravens fans can admit that. He’s terrible on ESPN’s pregame too. Back to the Raven defense. Even if they switched rosters with Jacksonville the defense would still be top ten. They do have talent though. C.J. Mosley is their next big star.
Their offensive line and running game combined with their defensive ability combines for a dangerous team. The battle between them and the Steelers for the AFC North title will once again be one of the most entertaining stories of the season.