Ravens Draft Needs (And How To Address Them)
The Baltimore Ravens have a couple of desperate needs moving into the 2016 season. The team needs to get stronger in the pass rushing department. They also need to finish what they started when they signed Eric Weddle and fix the secondary. The offensive line needs depth. C.J. Mosley needs a partner at the inside linebacker position. What is the Ravens biggest need?
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Well I guess I gave the list away. The Ravens needs are pretty obvious though. What is really important here, is prioritizing the Ravens draft needs. The NFL Draft isn’t something you tip into. To paraphrase Brian Billick during the Ravens first Super Bowl run, you go in there, kicking and screaming and say, where is the best value pick. All jokes aside, the Ravens need to fill their needs.
Here is a ranking of the Ravens needs. I have also included possible solutions to the Ravens problems at these positions.