Super Bowl LIII: What the Ravens can learn from each team
Super Bowl LIII is upon us, and there are plenty of lessons that the Baltimore Ravens can learn from both the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots.
Super Bowll LIII has finally come, and unfortunately for all of us, the Baltimore Ravens will not be making an appearance in the game. This makes more than perfect sense, as the team is undoubtedly flawed and in need of improvements. What better place to learn than from watching the two best teams in the NFL go head-to-head with each other?
Yes, the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots are set to take on one-another in Super Bowl LIII for the rights to claim themselves as the best-of-the-best. With all the talent that these teams possess both offensively, defensively, and on their coaching staffs, it should come to the surprise of no one that these were the two teams to make it to the championship game.
These teams are far from perfect, but they both provide a layout for creating long-term success. The Patriots, as we all know, are no strangers to the Super Bowl, while the Rams are being built beautifully and have a sizable window to win a championship-or-two. Any smart team sitting on their coach watching this game would be best served taking notes on how to improve their squads.
That’s exactly why we’re going to sit down and breakdown some of the biggest reasons that these two teams are playing in Super Bowl LIII. What can the Baltimore Ravens improve on in order to reach next year’s Super Bowl, and hopefully more after that? It all starts with a philosophy of…