A look back at the Ravens offseason

While their division rivals to the north had a stormy offseason, the Baltimore Ravens quietly went about improving their team since their latest playoff loss.

The last few weeks haven’t been as rosey — hello Sergio Kindle — but the Ravens still boast a very strong offensive line and a promising front seven on defense.

Here’s a look back, PFT video style, at the Ravens offseason.

 

19 responses to “A look back at the Ravens offseason

  1. annnnnnd here come all the hater comments. Let me get a few out of the way:
    Ray lewis and Stallworth killed someone.
    Joe Flacco looks like Burt from Sesame Street.
    Bengals swept the division last year.. blah blah.
    Sorry I just eliminated 90% of the comments that were going to be posted. Carry on.

  2. The AFCN should be a great division to watch this year, and not just because TO joined the Bengals…
    GO RAVENS

  3. ohh the ravens did such a good job improving their team this offseason. joe flacco’s long ball playing style matches perfectly to anquan bolden’s inability to run deep routes. their gonna be deadly

  4. @tritan306: you missed one:
    Ravens=The one and done team.
    Let us know when they win more than one playoff game. Until then they are really no better than the Superbowl-on-paper-winners, the NY Jets.

  5. I do have to give them props for going and getting Boldin. Too bad they do not have a QB.

  6. Stallworth is the deep threat here darren. Boldin will be doing some deep stuff too but will be primarily in the middle of the field.
    Nice try though

  7. They look like legit SB contenders. I’d say only the Colts stand in their way. Strong team, and young too. They have a bright future.

  8. Apparently winning in Miami and in Tennessee in 2008-09 doesn’t count as “more than one” playoff game.
    Math must not be a prerequisite to posting on this site.

  9. “Stallworth is the deep threat here darren. Boldin will be doing some deep stuff too but will be primarily in the middle of the field.
    Nice try though”
    exactly, stallworth is your only down field weapon and he has done absolutely nothing in this league in years now.. bmore is definetly the most overrated team right now, especially with ed off the field

  10. @ Darren
    So tell me then, is Stallworth our only deep threat or Boldin?
    I’m not so sure you really know. Or are you just gonna bash each person individually as I add them?

  11. The Ravens pass D actually did very well down the stretch with Zibby playing safety.
    Obviously, he isn’t the pure ball hawk that Ed is (or anywhere close to as good of an individual talent) but he didn’t cheat and played the defense the way it is designed.

  12. PFTiswhatitis says:
    July 29, 2010 11:12 AM
    @tritan306: you missed one:
    Ravens=The one and done team.
    Let us know when they win more than one playoff game. Until then they are really no better than the Superbowl-on-paper-w inners, the NY Jets.
    —————————————–
    Two years ago they won two playoff games. Thanks for playing!

  13. PFTiswhatitis says:
    July 29, 2010 11:15 AM
    I do have to give them props for going and getting Boldin. Too bad they do not have a QB.
    ——————————-
    Flacco has been in the playoffs every year he’s been in the league. What world do you live in?

  14. @momar3000
    Maybe he was averaging it out. Those were the first playoff games you’d won in 7 years.

  15. @PFTiswhatitis
    I’m curious to know what team you root for. 90% of the league would LOVE to have a young QB who has already won 3 ROAD playoff games in his first 2 seasons. The overall lack of intelligence among the average NFL fan never ceases to amaze me.

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