NFL Draft: Ranking The Ravens Needs
Offensive Line Depth
I know I sound like a broken record, but along the offensive line positions, depth is what the Ravens need. The Ravens have good starters on the offensive line. I will scream it from the mountain tops if I have to, John Urschel will fill the left guard spot well. Eugene Monroe is the answer at left tackle whether you like it or not. The right side of the offensive line is locked into place and Jeremy Zuttah has the center position covered.
The Ravens need depth on the offensive line. If ever there was a team that understood the need for back ups, it is the Ravens who were plagued by injuries in 2015. The Ravens starters are good but they need a couple back ups, who can come in for a few games if they’re needed. If you rule out putting James Hurst in front of Joe Flacco again, the Ravens have little option behind their starting five. Ryan Jensen is somebody who the Ravens seem to like a lot. Jensen needs some company on the bench.
I wouldn’t be opposed to the Ravens drafting somebody like Le’Raven Clark in the third round. He has the size and power that you look for in an offensive tackle. Everything else needs some work, but he has potential. The point here is that while the Ravens need depth on the offensive line, they don’t have to draft it early.
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