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In Topic: Top 5

Yesterday, 05:39 PM

The Ravens "could have" one of the best TE tandums in the league for years to come.




Andrews went to Oklahoma, where he eventually became the favorite target of Baker Mayfield. With his ability to get open and outrun defensive backs, Andrews won the John Mackey Award, which is given to college football's most outstanding tight end.

In his final season, Andrews was on a different level as a pass-catching tight end, producing 958 receiving yards -- which were 194 more than any other tight end that year. His average of 15.4 yards per catch was two more than any tight end with at least 40 receptions.

"He’s got such a unique skill set," Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said of Andrews on Adam Schefter's podcast. "He’s a tight end that has big-play ability. You don’t see too many guys at 6-5, 250 [pounds] that can run after the catch and be true weapons. To me, at that position, that’s so rare. I think he has a chance to be really, really good. His talent is undeniable."

Andrews' biggest play came against the Sooners' biggest rival. He scored the winning 59-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter in October, when Oklahoma beat Texas, 29-24. A wide-open Andrews caught the ball at the 30-yard line and beat everyone to the end zone.......http://www.espn.com/...ned-by-diabetes

In Topic: Top 5

19 June 2018 - 06:07 PM

Yes it will.

And there's a boat load of other players that I think will surprise and emerge into solid contributors.


And...5 preseason games to compete to win spots.


It is so nice to come home from work, watch some Ravens practice videos....7/19 just a month away!  :gorave:

In Topic: Some Positive Vibes

19 June 2018 - 03:58 AM


Chemistry could make or break the Ravens, who desperately need to start something fun when week 1 gets kicked off. The Ravens have so many new faces in town. The roster has much more talent then it did last year when the team fell short, that talent just needs to gel together.


It's an intuitive thing that takes time to develop. The offense lines up, looks at the D and without saying a word, the QB and WR's know exactly where to exploit it. They see the weakness, the soft spot. 

It's like a silent audible. One knows where the other will be.

One mind.

In Topic: The Bandwagon just pulled up

18 June 2018 - 04:56 PM


That smoked you out of your hole fast.






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No Joe Flacco right now. Timetable for return: Unknown. No one is (publicly) freaking out yet, but if Ryan Mallett's at the helm in the regular season, you might not be able to slip a credit card under Breshad Perriman's ascension. The addition of Jeremy Maclin won't mean diddly-poo unless Mallett improves -- or, as a colleague put it, "If he gets his head out of the clouds." While Mallett's attitude in Houston raised questions during a nationally televised game versus the Colts a couple seasons back, there are few questions regarding his raw talent.....http://www.nfl.com/n...-cowboys-ravens







21. Baltimore Ravens
2016 record: 8-8
Post-draft ranking: No. 16

Quarterback Joe Flacco's injury has put the Ravens in a tough spot this preseason. In the regular season, he has started all but six games since entering the NFL in 2008, and the Ravens are 2-4 when he doesn't start....http://www.espn.com/...-seahawks-front

 That should be enough about being picked to make the Super Bowl. 


I'm not talking about them being in this years Super Bowl.

Simply noting that the Bandwagon is beginning to take on passengers for a possible playoff berth.

In Topic: bad news

16 June 2018 - 11:21 AM

And what? The Ravens go to Mosley and say we'll top that by $5 mill if you sign now?


Only an idiot for an agent would want to do a contract now.

Too late for that.