The Baltimore Ravens have several pressing needs this offseason. Today we are going to rank the amount of need the Ravens have at each position group:
The Baltimore Ravens have to get better in 2017. 8-8 is not good enough, and bringing in more talent is the surest way to fix the problem. The Ravens need to take a good look in the mirror, develop an offseason blueprint and make things happen. Ozzie Newsome, Eric DeCosta and John Harbaugh must determine the allocation of the team’s resources.
With that in mind, let’s look at the Ravens roster as it stands today. For each position I will give a score between 1-10. The higher the score, the more the Ravens need to improve at the position in question. The lower the score, the more content the Ravens should be at the position. This is grading the amount of improvement necessary.
This is also taking offseason predictions into account. For example, the Ravens are probably going to cut Elvis Dumervil to get more cap room. That will go into the grade even though it has not happened yet. We haven’t even gotten to February yet so there are many questions lingering.
With that in mind let’s start with the quarterback position.