I take a look at each position on the offense for the Baltimore Ravens and rank them based on my confidence.
As the Baltimore Ravens head into training camp on July 26th, the regular season is right around the corner. After a solid offseason thinks are looking up for this team. They are looking to get past a disappointing 8-8 season in 2016. How does the overall confidence look going in to the season? How does it break down for each individual position?
I go through each of the offensive positions and rank them based on my confidence on a scale from 1-10. It’s a very simple measuring tool to follow. 1 being absolutely no confidence that keeps me awake at night and 10 being that the position is nearly perfect. Everything else is in-between.
I consider myself to be a pretty optimistic person, but after breaking down each position it’s clear the Ravens still have work to do.
We start things off with the signal caller on the offense.
This position is unique because I am basing it off of only one player: Joe Flacco.
I think people are going to be surprised to see how another year off of knee surgery will benefit Flacco. Last season he was still shaking off rust and was hesitant in the pocket. Now he’s got a full season under his belt and that confidence will be back.
I’m not saying Flacco is going to light up the league. We know that’s not the kind of quarterback he is, but he’ll be much improved, especially with the added weapons that Ozzie has brought in. If the offense commits to a balanced style of play that John Harbaugh has talked about, Joe Flacco should benefit.
Ill be confident as long as I…
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