2020 NFL Draft: Multiple scenarios for Baltimore Ravens
With the 2019 season officially at an end, it’s time to turn our attention to the 2020 NFL Draft, where we have multiple scenarios for the Baltimore Ravens.
The 2020 NFL Draft is a couple of months away, but with the 2019 season officially over it’s all anyone can talk about. The 2020 NFL Combine is right around the corner and there will be mock drafts aplenty between now and the end of April. For the Baltimore Ravens, there will be tons of debate as to what the team should do.
While Baltimore’s roster is incredibly talented, they could absolutely use some extra depth in case of injury. The team could also be gutted in Free Agency, with guys like Matt Judon, Michael Pierce, Jimmy Smith, and Patrick Onwuasor slated to hit the open market.
Baltimore currently holds the 28th overall pick to start the draft with plenty of needs to address. The Ravens could use a true middle linebacker or star edge rusher to fix their front-seven. A wide receiver to move out-wide and team-up with Marquise Brown to give the offense some extra juice is also a need. Interior offensive and defensive linemen are also on the shortlist of needs for the team.
Today, we give you a few examples of ways the Baltimore Ravens could attack the 2020 NFL Draft. While it seems likely the team will play it safe and address their picks based on a best-player-available philosophy, they could also go heavy on addressing one side of the football. Baltimore also could use some extra picks, as they currently have just six total picks.
How do we think it’ll shake out this early on in the process? Let’s dive right in and see…