Sep 13, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) throws the ball in the fourth quarter against the Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Broncos won 19-13. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
While the defense seems to be on the brink of greatness, the Ravens’ offense gave fans a reason to be concerned for this season in week 1. Unable to move the ball throughout the entire game, the only touchdown the team scored was a pick 6 by CB Jimmy Smith.
If the Ravens want to be competitive this year and make a Super Bowl push, they have to be able to move the ball better, especially against elite defenses like the Broncos’.
The lack of offensive weapons and athleticism could end up being an issue, but with the right changes and strategies, the team could at least be competitive until speedster wide receiver Breshad Perriman returns in October.
The Ravens have a great offensive line (although they performed far below expectations last Sunday), a Super Bowl MVP quarterback, and a wider receiver that may be Hall of Fame bound (Steve Smith Sr.).
With the right tweaks and changes to strategy, there may be hope for the offense over the next few weeks.
Here are three ways that the Ravens can improve their offensive output:
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