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Major Shake up in Baltimore’s Secondary posted on 11/05/2014

It was pretty obvious heads would roll in the Ravens organization after the team, who prides itself on defense, surrendered six touchdowns to the Steelers at Pittsburgh.

Most of the purging came in the secondary as the Ravens organization released two cornerbacks, veteran Dominique Franks and Chykie Brown, and replaced them with practice squad defensive back Tramain Jacobs and claimed free agent corner Danny Gorrer off waivers.

The now, major face lift secondary of the Ravens looks as follows. Lardarius Webb as one starting corner back while Danny Gorrer, and Tramain Jacobs battle for the other starting position. Defensive back Asa Jackson is still on the injured reserve list with a toe injury but is scheduled to return sometime soon which will add some consistency to this now patch-worked defensive backfield.

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Can the Baltimore Ravens win another Superbowl this year? posted on 09/20/2014

The Baltimore Ravens finished with an even 8-8 record last year, and part of the struggles can be attributed to its offense. Last season, the team scored only 19 or fewer points in eight outings. They posted 22 points only four times.

Of course, one can’t talk about the Ravens without the controversial Ray Rice. The running back is suspended indefinitely for domestic violence. Last year, he was atrocious with his yards-per-carry average dropping to 3.1 from 4.4 the previous season.

With Rice out, expect Bernard Pierce to get more involved in offense. The 24-year old Pierce struggled last season with a nagging shoulder injury.  The offense should also get a boost with the addition of Jeremy Zuttah, an upgrade over Gino Gradkowski. He’ll be joined by Marshal Yanda and Kelechi Osemele, two of the better guards in the league.

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Can Ravens Offense Wake Up For Playoffs? posted on 01/11/2011

The Baltimore Ravens shocked the world when they scored 33 points at Gillette Stadium in the Wild Card round of the playoffs last season when they upended the New England Patriots. As the 2010-11 playoffs are set to begin, a lot of pundits, Ravens fans and NFL spread betting experts might be just as shocked if the Ravens can anywhere near that total.

Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has come under fire recently as the offense has struggled in the final month of the season. Even after adding a premier wideout like Anquan Boldin, the Ravens offense ranks 22nd in the NFL and is searching for answers right now.

The Ravens offense has dropped 10 rankings over the last six weeks and is coming off of a performance where they produced just 199 yards, which is the second-lowest output in the John Harbaugh era.

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