3. Matt Judon:
The Baltimore Ravens pass rush got a lot of help in the offseason, but Matt Judon isn’t going anywhere. After getting a lot of time on the field in his rookie campaign, Judon could be the youthful outside linebacker that they trust. Judon is a good pass rusher; he racked up four sacks last season. I don’t foresee a sophomore slump for the player from Grand Valley State.
The Ravens can use Judon in the old Jarrett Johnson role. Judon will start opposite of Terrell Suggs and be in there for running downs. He will probably be able to provide more pass rush than Johnson and Courtney Upshaw have in this role, and that just makes it more promising. Judon is a complete player who is only going to get better with experience.
Yes the Ravens did add Tim Williams, and Tyus Bowser. Judon has competition that he frankly didn’t have a season ago. Still, I think it is Judon that ends up having a breakout season for the Ravens.