Why the Baltimore Ravens Secondary Is a Major Problem Heading into 2013 Season

September 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the 2013 Baltimore Ravens, the season will be predicated on traditional Ravens football: defense and the run game. 
While the Ravens are primed to revert back to their old-school ways on both sides of the ball, all things may not go as planned in the back end of the defense. Up front, new additions such as inside linebackers Daryl Smith and Arthur Brown, as well as outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil and Chris Canty, figure to make instant impacts in their first year in purple and black. 
With a front seven that also includes outside linebacker Terrell Suggs and defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, the Ravens could finish the season with one of the most productive front sevens in the NFL. 
However, the productivity may stop there. In the back end of the defense, the Ravens will be going through a catastrophic rebuilding period this season, replacing both starting safeties and one starting cornerback. 
Even though the offseason brought much-needed cha...

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