2010 Ravens: Super Dreams, but a Couple Of Positions Could Be Nightmares

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It’s Super Bowl or Bust for the 2010 Baltimore Ravens.

To put it another way; anything short of Ray Lewis hoisting his second career Lombardi Trophy would be a crushing disappointment for B-More faithful.

The team has consistently had one of the NFL’s best defenses for the entire 21st century. Though the heart and soul of the squad is aging (Lewis is its heart, Ed Reed its soul), the team consistently finds a way to reload with top talent. This year’s new crop includes Sergio Kindle and the monstrous Terrance Cody, both of whom were considered to be among the best in the NFL draft.

The team has consistently stuck out is on the offensive side of the ball. Though RB Jamal Lewis was one of the league’s best in his prime, first-round flameouts included QB Kyle Boller, WR Travis Taylor and WR Mark Clayton. That side of the ball has consistently been mired in mediocrity.

No more. Baltimore finally found its franchise QB in Joe Flacc...

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