Baltimore Ravens’ Future Bright with Joe Flacco and Anquan Boldin

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In 2008 the Baltimore Ravens made a change in the head coach department, firing former coach Brian Billick after a dismal 2007 when they had a 5-11 season and won only one game in their division.
They brought in first-year head coach John Harbough, who served his entire coaching career with the Philadelphia Eagles as the team's defensive backs and also was the Eagles' special teams coach for nine years.
Harbough has a winning attitude, and in his two seasons with the Ravens it is becoming obvious.
The 2010 season looks as if it could be a very pleasing one for the Baltimore Ravens and their fans with 2008 first-round pick (18th overall) Joe Flacco and newly-acquired WR Anquan Boldin.
For years it was all about the play-making ability of the Ravens' defense, with linebacker Ray Lewis taking care of business in the middle while taking on the responsibility of being the outspoken leader.
They also have DB Ed Reed securing the secondary, who is a fiv...

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