Average Joe: Be Careful Betting on the Ravens Offense in 2010

September 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the new signing of T.J. Houshmandzadeh, it is clear what the one goal of Baltimore is: win the second Super Bowl in the short history of the franchise.
Sports nuts and fantasy geeks alike are salivating over the prospects of a receiving corps with three former Pro Bowlers at wide receiver and another at the tight end position. 
These weapons on the outside, coupled with arguably the best young offensive line in football, with the likes of Ben Grubbs and Michael Oher blocking for budding superstar Ray Rice, mean that there should be a lot of points in the offense north of the beltway.
However, just for every other team, the man that touches the ball every time is the most important to winning any football game: the quarterback.
Entering his third year, Joe Flacco is seemingly ready to break open as the next star of the NFL.  Towering arm strength, and a strong physical presence in the pocket akin to Ben Roethlisberger, Flacco has the tools ready for to...

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