2. More Talent On The Offense
The Ravens expect to enjoy three new Ravens on their offense. Breshad Perriman, Mike Wallace and Ben Watson. All three players have speed. All three players add a function to the Ravens offense that is exciting. The Ravens offense is talented. The Ravens now have a player or two for every thing they could want to do. Mike Wallace gives back to the Ravens the deep bomb that made Flacco famous. Ben Watson is faster than linebackers and bigger than defensive backs, which makes him a huge target over the middle of the field (especially on third downs). If you thought Wallace was fast, just imagine when we see Perriman. A healthy Perriman is a dangerous weapon.
The Ravens receiving corps. is led by Steve Smith Sr.,who is looking to end his career on a good note. Kamar Aiken is a solid number two receiver who can get open underneath and in the intermediate passing game. Wallace and Perriman are dangerously fast receivers who can beat you deep and can create separation running across the field against man coverage. At tight end, Watson and Crockett Gillmore will shine. Max Williams also provides an intriguing set of athleticism.
At the running back position the Ravens are loaded. Justin Forsett is still the Ravens starter. Buck Allen showed signs of being something special and his ability to be a receiver out of the backfield figures to keep getting him some playing time. Lorenzo Taliaferro is a bowling ball. The Ravens could play with more rushers in the backfield like Terrence West, but I think those three will get the job done.
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