Baltimore Ravens 2010 Preview: Biggest Strength and Weakness

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Today, the subject is the Baltimore Ravens.

Biggest Strength: Offensive Line
This line is by far the best in football. 
Protecting the blind side is fittingly now Michael Oher. He was under a lot of pressure perform last season, and exceeded at right tackle. This kid is uber-athletic and has prototypical size.
Oher really finishes his run blocks well for a young player. 
Manning the right tackle spot (assuming he won't be traded) is Rex, whoops, I mean Jared Gaither. Gaither is a massive tackle (6'9", 340 pounds) who can be dominating at times, but is inconsistent.
He doesn't finish his blocks as well as Oher, and he has been criticized in the past for not being in the workout room enough.
The interior part of the line gets even better.
Ben Grubbs is a phenomenal right guard. He plays extremely well in space. His upper body strength really helps him manhandle those three-technique defensive tackles he constantly faces.
Matt Bi...

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