Ravens add another wideout in Tylan Wallace

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The Ravens opened their draft by taking wide receiver Rashod Bateman and they added another player to the receiver room in the fourth round.

Baltimore took former Oklahoma State wideout Tylan Wallace with the 131st overall pick.

Wallace spent four years in school and left with 205 catches for 3,404 yards and 26 touchdowns. He’s fifth all-time in school history in catches and fourth in receiving yards.

Bateman and Wallace are the fifth and sixth receivers drafted by the Ravens since the start of the 2019 season. That was Lamar Jackson‘s first full season as the team’s starting quarterback and the receiver moves have been part of the team’s effort to build a stronger passing game with Jackson at the helm.

5 responses to “Ravens add another wideout in Tylan Wallace

  1. Yeah, who needs a QB with a 64 % completion rate, 68 TD’s to 18 interceptions and a 102.6 QBR ?????? Does anybody that bashes Lamar actually watch him play ?

  2. John Morris says:
    May 1, 2021 at 4:12 pm
    Yeah, who needs a QB with a 64 % completion rate, 68 TD’s to 18 interceptions and a 102.6 QBR ?????? Does anybody that bashes Lamar actually watch him play ?

    Unfortunately no, they don’t John. Their own team sucks so they build themselves up by bashing others

  3. I’ve watched every Ravens game for the last 3 years. And I don’t dislike Lamar; in fact, I think he’s a stud and generational athlete. But he’s not a QB that can win in the playoffs. Period. If you don’t care about winning a Super Bowl or even making a deep playoff run, sure, go ahead and look at his stats on paper and they do look pretty good (team scoring, TDs, completion %, MVP). He beats up crappy teams during the regular season.
    But then reality hits in the post-season. Why don’t we look at those stats? This is where every Raven fan loses the argument. Lamar has serious flaws which will prevent him from winning a SB, let alone multiple playoff games. Poor reads, poor mechanics, poor accuracy. That makes a playoff death bell… which is exactly what we’ve seen out of him for multiple years in the playoffs. Terrible performances and losses.

  4. Pay no attention to the fans whose team is being led into a giant black hole by an overweight “has-Ben” who collapsed at the end of the season and surrendered to the Browns.

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