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Archive for April, 2010

In The 1st Round, The Baltimore Ravens Pick…

Nobody. Did that come as a surprise? My first reaction was confusion. I wondered why the Ravens didn’t select CB Kyle Wilson. Then I realized that they always do something surprising in the draft. I think it’s plausible to say that the Ravens were targeting either TE Jermaine Gresham, WR Dez Bryant, or WR Demaryius […]

Sam Bradford, First Pick of the 75th NFL Draft

To start off the 2010 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams chose QB Sam Bradford. This was fairly expected as the Rams are in much need of a franchise quarterback. I will be back for the 25th overall pick, when the Baltimore Ravens are on the clock.

New NFL Schedule and Roethlisberger Analysis

2010 Baltimore Ravens Schedule With the new official schedule released yesterday by the NFL, here are some quick takes on the Raven’s new schedule: Season opener on Monday night against N.Y. Jets First 2 games are played away and against playoff teams 12th hardest schedule in the league, based on opponent’s 2009 cumulative record of […]

Top 10 Baltimore Ravens Draft Picks of All Time

With the 2010 NFL Draft coming up in just a couple days, I thought I’d take some time to reminisce upon Baltimore’s draft history. I’ve looked over the top picks of each draft year and put together my list of Baltimore’s top 10 draft picks of all time. The criteria I used to rank the […]

Smith, Moll, and Williams Re-Sign with Ravens

3 more players have signed sign their tenders. Troy Smith re-joined the Ravens by signing a 1-year deal worth $1.101 million. The former Heisman Trophy winner openly discussed his desire to be traded and to be a starting quarterback. I, for one, welcome his presence. Smith has been a decent backup to starter Joe Flacco; […]

2 More RFA Sign with Ravens Before Deadline

Since my last post about RFA, only two players, Marshal Yanda and Jalen Parmele, have chosen to sign their tenders before yesterday’s deadline. Yanda was a key contributor to the Ravens running game last year. Sized at 6’3″ and 310 lb., Yanda made it hard for opponent D-linemen and linebackers to get past him. He […]

Several Uncertainties for the Baltimore Ravens

Unpredictable Draft Predictions The Baltimore Ravens are scheduled to make their first pick draft pick at 25th overall. With only about a week left until draft day, there is still no telling what the Ravens will do. Many analysts think the Ravens will take CB Kyle Wilson, while others believe they will go a different […]