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B.J. Raji hasn’t talked to Packers about contract yet

GREEN BAY, WI - AUGUST 09: B.J. Raji #90 of the Green Bay Packers watches from the bench as his teammates take on the Arizona Cardinals at Lambeau Field on August 9, 2013 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Cardinals defeated the Packers 17-0.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Getty Images

The Packers re-signed an impending free agent defensive lineman on Friday when they agreed to terms on a deal with Letroy Guion, but another one hasn’t heard from the team yet.

B.J. Raji told Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette that Guion’s new deal was “well deserved” and that he hasn’t started any contract negotiations with the team at this point. The Packers also extended defensive end Mike Daniels before the end of the regular season.

Guion’s deal is reportedly worth up to $11.25 million and Raji said he was “uncertain” about how that contract might impact Raji’s future with the team. Given that both players see time on the interior of the defensive line and played out last season on similar one-year deals, it’s fair to assume that there’s going to be some impact on what the Packers are willing to do to keep Raji at this point.

Raji started 17 games for Green Bay across the regular season and playoffs, which was his sixth as a member of the Packers. He had 22 tackles and half a sack in the regular season and four more tackles in the postseason.

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55 Responses to “B.J. Raji hasn’t talked to Packers about contract yet”
  1. logicalvoicepft says: Feb 12, 2016 4:21 PM

    He looks thinner than Feastmode Lacy.

  2. ariani1985 says: Feb 12, 2016 4:28 PM

    Half a sack? How could you ever replace that kind of production? LOL! only in turd town these kind of numbers get rewarded!

  3. shaggytoodle says: Feb 12, 2016 4:33 PM

    I don’t know if he will be back or not, if he doesn’t want too much money I am all for it, look for Viking fans to post sillyness as they don’t have the slightst idea of what is expected out of a 3-4 defense line.

  4. simpmcgee says: Feb 12, 2016 4:35 PM

    Hey, would you look at that? Another Packers post, another super insightful comment from Ariani1985! You’re the gift that keeps on giving, don’t ever stop!

  5. cottonjoe says: Feb 12, 2016 4:36 PM

    Hey ariani1985…..wide left. How’s that feel?

  6. deltaoracle says: Feb 12, 2016 4:38 PM

    Sounds as if they’ll let him test the market. I hope there isn’t a lot of interest and they can get him back, but he could very well be elsewhere next season.

  7. jimnsota says: Feb 12, 2016 4:40 PM

    Give the owners a break BJ, it takes time when you have to explain actual currency. Most of the owners only understand food stamps.

  8. In Teddy We Trust says: Feb 12, 2016 4:44 PM

    May be the biggest of Ted’s many first round draft busts, considering how high he was taken.

  9. deltaoracle says: Feb 12, 2016 4:46 PM

    ariani is more comfortable paying Mike Wallace $11 million for 470 yards and two TDs.

  10. crownofthehelmet says: Feb 12, 2016 4:53 PM

    Packers just announced that, due to salary cap hell and overpaying for mediocre talent, the value of their stock just dropped from $250 to $100. Owners won’t stand for this.

  11. cheeseisfattening says: Feb 12, 2016 4:57 PM

    I will be surprised if the Packers do not sign Raji as well as Guion as they can never get enough fat men on their team.

    But seriously where are all the holier than thou Packer fans who always comment when other teams sign players with past off the field issues? Seems like they get awfully quiet when its their team signing the player with the past issues. Typical for their arrogance and self-entitlement.

  12. kvnhlstd says: Feb 12, 2016 4:57 PM

    Yea, Hes a bust…. smh…. pick six in a SB and has a ring, not that it really matter to a Heidi though, they have no idea of SB wins.

  13. deltaoracle says: Feb 12, 2016 5:03 PM

    May be the biggest of Ted’s many first round draft busts, considering how high he was taken.

    A five year full-time starter is a bust? Viking fans ought to have a better understanding of first round busts since they’ve recently had Ponder and Patterson.

  14. housemusic1200 says: Feb 12, 2016 5:34 PM

    It’s funny listening to all the Packer trolls talk about “well if he has to go, he as to go”. Riiiiight, if this guy left, you’d all be scratching your heads, and searching for a defensive bright spot, because, let’s face it, you don’t have one. Talk all the “wide left” garbage you want, your defense imploded in the biggest spot possible, but nobody in Brown County wants to talk about that. Bring all the Teddy talk you want, he didn’t get to ride the bench for 5 years while learning from a HOF QB. Defense wins championships, as you just saw in the Super Bowl. The Vikings defense is leaps and bounds ahead of the clown show in Green Bay. I wonder if Clay has caught up to Fitzy yet? The tides are turning in the north, and you are grasping at any sliver of positivity you may have left. There’s room on the Viking ship for you guys (gerby, stellar, Tokyo) you’re all invited, come on over, so you can see how a real organization operates. Have you guys figured out how to call plays yet, or is Mike McMuffin gonna call them when he feels like it again? Geez, they can’t even decide who’s gonna call the plays…. Really? Maybe that should be discussed at the next stock holder meeting! Oh wait, I forgot, once Jordy comes back, everything is all good again, and your reign of Super Bowl championships will continue! LOL. Pretty sad when 1 player goes down, and takes the whole season with him. Next man up, right?

  15. gbbvan says: Feb 12, 2016 5:44 PM

    Yo purple…
    Come back when you win something.

  16. canadapackers says: Feb 12, 2016 5:58 PM

    I highly doubt that Rajii will be back – even though we could use him – both BJ and his agent are going to go after Suh money – but he is not worth it. For a reasonable amount he would be a good piece of he puzzle – but the last time he was in this position he didnt get many offers – so he signed a one year deal after playing poorly for a whole season. He then got hurt after a good training camp and had to come back after a year on IR. He played good but not necessarily great. TT isnt that dumb to put too many eggs in that basket. Better to continue to develop some young guys. If BJ was smart he would take a reasonable 2 year deal and try to get to the SB – but he wont. He will probably go to a place like Cleveland or Oakland and be part of a rebuilding team until he is too old to make a difference. Pretty sad.

  17. packman52 says: Feb 12, 2016 6:03 PM

    Ariani , I see you and your homies (cheeseisfattening and music ) got done dusting the old trophy case out early … Bet ya that nfc north trophy looks sweet next to the Lombardi trophies… Lol.. You all complain about our world titles, 13, ok just give credit to the pack for the last 4 and that’s 4x as many as you guys have ….. Point 1 , signing players with questionable off field issues, who cares every team does,,, look at your love boat deal….the (switch man) that you all say is the greatest of all time at rb…child abuse should get ya thrown out of the league, ya can loose your job in real life!!!!!! Point 2… Boys go back to the basement in Jackson Minnesota and enjoy your sister boys. Get over commenting on irrelevant signings and packer news… You might be a Viking fan if ya have multiple screen names

  18. djvh2 says: Feb 12, 2016 6:16 PM

    “A five year full-time starter is a bust? Viking fans ought to have a better understanding of first round busts since they’ve recently had Ponder and Patterson.”

    They made up for it by drafting Erasmus James and Troy Williamson ahead of Aaron Rodgers.

    BTW Viking fans, chirp all you want, but Vegas odds are 12/1 for Packers to win it all next year, 25/1 for Vikings. Odds are 6/1 vs 12/1 to make it to the Super Bowl. Maybe reality will be different, but probably not. So much for one team headed up while the other is headed down.

  19. Wisconsin's Favorite Son Jeffrey Be Dahmed says: Feb 12, 2016 6:17 PM

    There’s already too much to carry with Eddie being Lazy and Mike being Mike to get a BJ at his girth. Let’s get Ken Kratz instead. He’s one of us and already fits in around here. Well, sorta.

  20. shaggytoodle says: Feb 12, 2016 6:19 PM

    housemusic1200 says:
    Feb 12, 2016 5:34 PM
    It’s funny listening to all the Packer trolls talk about “well if he has to go, he as to go”. Riiiiight, if this guy left,

    _______

    Yeah if he has to go has to go… they made it to the NFC title game last year while he was injured all season… if they work it out great if not…. it won’t be the first or last time it happens

  21. daveb204 says: Feb 12, 2016 6:42 PM

    Wide left!!

  22. pkrlvr says: Feb 12, 2016 6:50 PM

    Wow, MN fans are really concerned with our offseason moves. I guess decades of their own team’s futility will cause that. Must be upsetting to not have any playoff wins since 2009. I understand straying to a nearby, much more successful team.

  23. kvnhlstd says: Feb 12, 2016 7:47 PM

    It’s funny listening to all the Packer trolls talk about “well if he has to go, he as to go”. Riiiiight, if this guy left,

    Did somebody say LEFT!!!! ouch…. season ending shank.

  24. filthymcnasty3 says: Feb 12, 2016 8:05 PM

    I hope they pay him. Raji has the Superbowl pedigree, and it shows.

  25. stellarperformance says: Feb 12, 2016 8:24 PM

    cheeseisfattening says:
    Feb 12, 2016 4:57 PM
    I will be surprised if the Packers do not sign Raji as well as Guion as they can never get enough fat men on their team. But seriously where are all the holier than thou Packer fans who always comment when other teams sign players with past off the field issues? Seems like they get awfully quiet when its their team signing the player with the past issues. Typical for their arrogance and self-entitlement.
    //////////////////////////////////////////////

    You want our answer? Here it is: Wide Left.

  26. lambeaudungbarn says: Feb 12, 2016 8:45 PM

    Packers will be lucky to get 9 wins next year and 3rd place in the North behind Minnesota and Chicago.
    plus the Leagues only 300 lb running back! If nothing else Eddie Lazy sure has a McDonalds contract waiting..HAH..
    Come on and resign this guy, you’ll be doing the Vikes a huge favor.

  27. gtodriver says: Feb 12, 2016 9:00 PM

    pkrlvr says:

    Wow, MN fans are really concerned with our offseason moves. I guess decades of their own team’s futility will cause that. Must be upsetting to not have any playoff wins since 2009. I understand straying to a nearby, much more successful team.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Wow!!!

    Is that the best you’ve got? It’s been a whole 6 years since we won a playoff game…

    How about going from 25 years without winning a playoff game in a full regulation season???

    Or 15 years without a playoff game???

    So many long consecutive non winning seasons in Packer history…

    That’s something that Viking fans have never experienced.

  28. gtodriver says: Feb 12, 2016 9:16 PM

    In Teddy We Trust says:

    May be the biggest of Ted’s many first round draft busts, considering how high he was taken.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    While I have to agree that Raji hasn’t been worth the 9th overall pick of the 2009 draft (How did the Packers get such an early pick? Oh, yeah, that’s when Rodgers took over the 13 – 3 Packers and led them to 3rd place finish in the NFC North).

    But at least he has managed to be somewhat serviceable.

    Unlike Justin Harrell – another Ted Thompson Dline pick – taken #16 in the first round back in 2007. You may not remember him though. He only played in 14 games in his four years as a Packer.

    And then there is AJ Hawk – taken #5 overall back in ’06. That was another one of TT’s great defensive picks.

  29. golforepar says: Feb 12, 2016 9:27 PM

    Maybe the Vikings will sign him. It would be a good idea, at least Raji can show them what a ring looks like! skoal Wide Left!!

  30. fuhq says: Feb 12, 2016 10:43 PM

    gtodriver says:
    Feb 12, 2016 9:00 PM

    Wow!!!

    Is that the best you’ve got? It’s been a whole 6 years since we won a playoff game…

    How about going from 25 years without winning a playoff game in a full regulation season???

    Or 15 years without a playoff game???

    So many long consecutive non winning seasons in Packer history…

    That’s something that Viking fans have never experienced.
    ———————————————————-

    A Super Bowl win is also something Viking fans have never experienced!!!

  31. frank booth says: Feb 12, 2016 11:09 PM

    In Teddy We Trust says:
    Feb 12, 2016 4:44 PM

    May be the biggest of Ted’s many first round draft busts, considering how high he was taken.
    ==================================
    Hard to believe that with all of that bad drafting, the Vikings could only beat them 1 out of 2 times this year, and the Packers have been pounding on the Vikings since 2010.

    What does that say about the Vikings?

  32. shaggytoodle says: Feb 12, 2016 11:12 PM

    gtodriver says:
    Feb 12, 2016 9:00 PM

    That’s something that Viking fans have never experienced.
    ____________

    When’s the last time the Vikings won a Superbowl to proove they were the best team in the NFL?

    Thats something else that Viking fans have never experienced.

  33. frank booth says: Feb 13, 2016 1:51 AM

    housemusic1200 says:
    Feb 12, 2016 5:34 PM

    It’s funny listening to all the Packer trolls talk about “well if he has to go, he as to go”. Riiiiight, if this guy left, you’d all be scratching your heads, and searching for a defensive bright spot, because, let’s face it, you don’t have one. Talk all the “wide left” garbage you want, your defense imploded in the biggest spot possible, but nobody in Brown County wants to talk about that. Bring all the Teddy talk you want, he didn’t get to ride the bench for 5 years while learning from a HOF QB.
    ==================================
    What does it matter whether or not a player sits on the bench behind a HOF fame QB or not. Did Tom Brady? Peyton Manning? Joe Montana?

    Rodgers was behind Favre for 3 years, not 5.

    You have it or you don’t. Of course Rodgers wasn’t going to see the field as long as Favre was there- but you don’t know what Rodgers would have done had he been drafted by another team and played immediately. He could have put up great numbers off of the bat, or have been below average like Teddy Bridgewater.

    Derek Carr and Blake Bortles didn’t play behind Hall of Famers. Neither did Marcus Mariota. Why does Teddy lag so far behind those guys? Those guys don’t even have a great running back to draw fire from them.

    Jim Sorgi sat behind Peyton Manning for 6 years. I guess he just wasn’t studying hard enough.

    I enjoy all of the big Viking fan tough talk. Every year. And defense wins Super Bowls. Just ask Alan Page, Carl Eller, and Paul Krause.

    And the truth is, the best defense doesn’t always win anymore. The Seahawks had the #1 defense and lost to the Patriots last year. The Ravens came into the Super Bowl in 2013 against the #2 49er defense and put up 34 against them to win.

    The year before that, it was the Giants and their 25th rated defense beating the Pats, and in 2009 the Saints and their 20th ranked defense beat the Colts in the Super Bowl.

    Talk when the Vikings win something other than a Division title. Why don’t we start with a playoff game at least. Or how about Teddy throwing more than 14 TD’s in a season. And how about when he throws those TD’s, maybe throw some against teams with a winning record (Teddy threw four TD’s in 7 games against teams that finished with a winning record).

  34. heatley51 says: Feb 13, 2016 7:59 AM

    He’s not a bust by any stretch of the imagination but certainly isn’t as great as he should be based on the pick they used to get him. However he’s still valuable and the players love him and he makes the team better so he deserves to come back. And no he didn’t have a pick in the SB. It was in the conference championship against my bears. Oh Caleb Hanie…

  35. ariani1985 says: Feb 13, 2016 8:41 AM

    More packer articles please! This is coming from a bears fan!

  36. wangchungish312 says: Feb 13, 2016 9:39 AM

    I don’t think certain people on here have a clue what the role of a 3-4 nose tackle is. Yes, they actually can be pretty difficult to replace.

  37. golforepar says: Feb 13, 2016 9:45 AM

    ariani, Are you over the celebration for winning the division? #1anddone #wideleft

  38. Frazier28/7 says: Feb 13, 2016 10:27 AM

    nothing funnier then a fatman dance in the endzone. even if they’re a packer

  39. ariani1985 says: Feb 13, 2016 10:38 AM

    Since we are talking about drafts, i have a very therotical list of recent picks by ted, 5 thumbs up and I will post it!

    #OT you lose again!

  40. jimmysee says: Feb 13, 2016 12:43 PM

    ” ……….Typical for their arrogance and self-entitlement.”

    13 world championships entitles one to lot of that. Of course, Vikings fans would not know much about it.

  41. lindacaseauthor says: Feb 13, 2016 1:00 PM

    Half a sack??? In this defense happy league? Yeah Cheddarville, Resign him. Resign him Quick! Signed, Heidi.

  42. stellarperformance says: Feb 13, 2016 4:00 PM

    There sure are a lot of Viking-troll experts on this thread. They are providing their wisdom, insults, and predictions of future glory as though last season was indicative of great things and next season will be better. It is hard to take anything seriously from the fans of a team that notoriously holds the all-time NFL record for post season losses. It’s the only thing the Vikings have done well….lose in the postseason. The Vikings added to that uncatchable record and postseason loss total again this year.

    These are people that fall asleep every night mumbling “Wide left. Oh God…….wide left. Again.” And somehow, they feel it’s important to tell us what’s wrong with us!

  43. stellarperformance says: Feb 13, 2016 4:23 PM

    Just think…….if the Vikings are vastly improved, and they feel they are in position to go deep in the playoffs for many years to come, the only way they can get the all-time NFL postseason loss record monkey off their backs is to win the SuperBowl every year for at least four years in a a row! If they don’t, but they play well enough to qualify for the postseason during those same four years, they’ll continue to add to a record loss total in the postseason that may never be caught or broken by another team. Ever.

    Four SuperBowls in a row could only possibly unload the worst and least desired all-time record known to pro football.

    As Lloyd Christmas would say; “So you’re saying we’ve got a chance!”

  44. lindacaseauthor says: Feb 13, 2016 6:01 PM

    stellarperformance says:
    Feb 13, 2016 4:00 PM
    There sure are a lot of Viking-troll experts on this thread. They are providing their wisdom, insults, and predictions of future glory as though last season was indicative of great things and next season will be better.
    ——————–
    Of course we have predictions of glory, Cheesebrain. The Vikings have, by far, the BEST defense in the NFCN, and as we saw with Denver, “Defenses Win Championships”, and you my friend, are outa luck.

  45. stellarperformance says: Feb 13, 2016 6:42 PM

    lindacaseauthor says:
    Feb 13, 2016 6:01 PM
    Of course we have predictions of glory, Cheesebrain. The Vikings have, by far, the BEST defense in the NFCN, and as we saw with Denver, “Defenses Win Championships”, and you my friend, are outa luck.
    ///////////////////////////////////

    The Vikings have the best defense in the NFCN, “by far?” The Vikings finished 13th and the Packers finished 15th, with a difference of 344 YPG versus 346 YPG. And the Packers had a down year and the Vikings had a very good year. Plus, the Packers are younger than the Vikings. That sounds closer to “the same,” not better “by far.”

    Plus, the NFL is a passing league. The Packers D-backs are “by far” better than the Vikings, and only in their second seasons next year.

    Tell Teddy “good luck with that” for us, would you please?

  46. purpleguy says: Feb 13, 2016 6:42 PM

    I fear with the trolling is getting a bit out of hand that this question won’t be taken serious, but I am curious as to whether Packer fans would prefer Guion or Raji if TT is only signing one of them, as it seemed to me that Raji has been a more effective 3-4 NT.

  47. beerbratscheese says: Feb 13, 2016 6:48 PM

    I find it hilarious that Vikings fans are saying Raji sucks because his sack count is so low. Apparently, they have no concept of what role a 3-4 NT plays in the NFL. Of course I’m not surprised in the least, as they prove their overall football knowledge is poor on almost every story.

    I can’t wait for the Packers to re-sign Mason Crosby. Vikings fans will be on here saying he sucks because he doesn’t have any INTs.

  48. stellarperformance says: Feb 13, 2016 6:54 PM

    purpleguy says:
    Feb 13, 2016 6:42 PM
    I fear with the trolling is getting a bit out of hand that this question won’t be taken serious, but I am curious as to whether Packer fans would prefer Guion or Raji if TT is only signing one of them, as it seemed to me that Raji has been a more effective 3-4 NT.
    /////////////////////////////////////

    Good question. Personally, I took the Guion signing as a good thing, indicative of their desire to keep Raji. If they had signed Raji first, Guion might be gone. But Guion is not a replacement for Raji and by keeping Guion the message I’m getting is to keep both.

  49. frank booth says: Feb 13, 2016 8:17 PM

    gtodriver says:
    Feb 12, 2016 9:16 PM

    In Teddy We Trust says:

    May be the biggest of Ted’s many first round draft busts, considering how high he was taken.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    While I have to agree that Raji hasn’t been worth the 9th overall pick of the 2009 draft (How did the Packers get such an early pick? Oh, yeah, that’s when Rodgers took over the 13 – 3 Packers and led them to 3rd place finish in the NFC North).
    ==================================
    When Rodgers took over the Packers, he put up stats very similar to Favre when they were 13-3 the prior year. The offense didn’t really miss a beat, as they averaged 1 point per game less than in the prior year with Favre.

    The issue was with the defense, which went from 6th to 22nd.

    Now, if Rodgers was playing defense, I can see your point.

    When assessing a team’s performance, it’s good to look at both the offense and the defense. A defense can determine a team’s fortunes as well.

  50. shaggytoodle says: Feb 14, 2016 1:06 AM

    gtodriver says:
    Feb 12, 2016 9:16 PM
    In Teddy We Trust says:

    May be the biggest of Ted’s many first round draft busts, considering how high he was taken.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    While I have to agree that Raji hasn’t been worth the 9th overall pick of the 2009 draft (How did the Packers get such an early pick? Oh, yeah, that’s when Rodgers took over the 13 – 3 Packers and led them to 3rd place finish in the NFC North).

    But at least he has managed to be somewhat serviceable.

    Unlike Justin Harrell – another Ted Thompson Dline pick – taken #16 in the first round back in 2007. You may not remember him though. He only played in 14 games in his four years as a Packer.

    And then there is AJ Hawk – taken #5 overall back in ’06. That was another one of TT’s great defensive picks.
    ________________

    Yeah the Packers were sick of Favre holding them hostage, they moved on…. they took one step back and 3 steps forward. It isn’t always that easy… look at what happened after Favre left the Jets, and Vikings…. one team is still looing for a Franchise QB, and the other team is HOPING they found one.

    TT and many football fans knew what they were getting with AJ Hawk, he was the most Pro ready player in that draft, which was good because they needed a LB that season, but it stunk because he wasn’t going to have a whole lot growing to do… Look at others drafted in the top ten with him, Vince Young Reggie Bush Leinart there were a lot worse “misses” than Hawk… The guy is the all time leading tackler in Gb history…. so while I understand you can’t call him a Superstar… you can’t label him a bust either.

  51. conormacleod says: Feb 14, 2016 10:28 AM

    shaggytoodle
    Feb 12, 2016, 3:33 PM CST
    I don’t know if he will be back or not, if he doesn’t want too much money I am all for it, look for Viking fans to post sillyness as they don’t have the slightst idea of what is expected out of a 3-4 defense line.
    ——
    It obviously isn’t getting to the QB. Guion and Raji had 0.5 sacks, combined. And their tackle numbers didn’t reach 50, combined.

  52. shaggytoodle says: Feb 14, 2016 1:37 PM

    You’re right it isnt their job… in the 34 scheme the NT doesnt rack up stats, even Vince Wilfork never had more tha. 3.5 sacks and was around 60 tackles in a good season and he was a 5x pro bowlerand one of the best to play that position in recent memory there is more to defenses than just stats.

  53. lindacaseauthor says: Feb 14, 2016 4:04 PM

    stellar performance says: Plus, the NFL is a passing league. The Packers D-backs are “by far” better than the Vikings, and only in their second seasons next year.
    —————
    Get a grip of reality. NONE of your defensive players are better than the Vikings’ defensive players, especially not the HGH divas, Old Man Peppers, beauty queen Claitlin, and Mike Neal, all of which will probably be suspended next season once the investigation is completed, and rightfully so. Furthermore, SB 50 has shown us that the tide has turned and Defense is King, passing secondary.

  54. shaggytoodle says: Feb 14, 2016 4:38 PM

    If SB 50 showed you ANYTHING about Defense winning titles… Do some researhc before you post again… Have you heard of the Legion of Boom? The 2000Ravens Defense? Either Giants vs. Pats SB…?

    Defense always has and still wins Championships.

  55. frank booth says: Feb 14, 2016 5:21 PM

    lindacaseauthor says:
    Feb 14, 2016 4:04 PM

    Furthermore, SB 50 has shown us that the tide has turned and Defense is King, passing secondary.
    ==================================
    Really, Linda?

    Last year, Tom Brady threw for 328 yards and 4 TD’s to beat the #1 defense in the NFL in Super Bowl 49.

    2 years before that, Joe Flacco threw for 3 TD’s as the Ravens put up 34 points against the #2 defense in the NFL.

    Super Bowl 50 and recent Super Bowls have shown is that sometimes the best defense wins, and sometimes it doesn’t, and it’s often passing that defeats the best defenses.

    Super Bowl 50 didn’t prove that the tide has turned in any way. The best defense won this year, but passing has beaten the better defenses in 2 out of the last 4 years.

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