Oct 20, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Baltimore Ravens helmet in a team huddle before the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports
Make no mistake – the Baltimore Ravens have some unfinished business ahead of them in the 2015 NFL season. That much is obvious, after this organization took the eventual Super Bowl champion New England Patriots down to the wire in last season’s AFC Divisional round playoff game.
Yes, this is a franchise that is once again on the cusp of another Super Bowl trophy. A team that competes year after year, rarely missing the playoffs. With one of the NFL’s best general managers, head coaches, and a strong supporting cast, the Ravens weather each passing year remarkably well.
And it’s been another tumultuous offseason full of changes. Such is life when you are a successful and consistent franchise. Every year the Ravens watch guys they drafted walk in free agency for big money contracts, and successful coaches get promoted to fill other team’s openings.
Will the Ravens once again overcome those obstacles and emerge as a powerhouse in the NFL this coming season, or will they finally succumb to the parity of the league’s power struggle? That’s where we come in.
What follows is a round up of where the team stands today, followed by our insanely accurate predictions for the 2015 season. How accurate, you say? Consider last season, when I predicted a 10-6 record, an AFC North title, and a loss in the divisional round.
The Ravens went 10-6 and lost in the divisional round, but alas, didn’t win the AFC North. Good enough, right?
Let’s take a look at what 2015 holds for the Baltimore Ravens.
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