2020 Baltimore Ravens: Confidence level by position

CLEVELAND, OHIO - DECEMBER 22: Mark Andrews #89 of the Baltimore Ravens scores a touchdown against the Cleveland Browns during the second quarter in the game at FirstEnergy Stadium on December 22, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)
CLEVELAND, OHIO - DECEMBER 22: Mark Andrews #89 of the Baltimore Ravens scores a touchdown against the Cleveland Browns during the second quarter in the game at FirstEnergy Stadium on December 22, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images) /
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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – JANUARY 11: Mark Andrews #89 of the Baltimore Ravens gestures for a first down during the first half against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Divisional Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 11, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – JANUARY 11: Mark Andrews #89 of the Baltimore Ravens gestures for a first down during the first half against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Divisional Playoff game at M&T Bank Stadium on January 11, 2020 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images) /

Confidence levels for the rest of the offense:

Tight End: 10

This is another position that nobody needs to worry about in Baltimore. The Ravens are set with one of the best combinations at the position the league has ever seen. Mark Andrews was a Pro Bowl tight end who 10 touchdown receptions in 2019. Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle were productive receiving options who added value as blockers. No team has more talent at the tight end position. Hurst has a chance to have a breakout season. Boyle may be the best blocking tight end in the NFL and he still chipped in with a 31 reception season.

Wide Receiver: 4 

The wide receiver position is one of the murkier positions for the Ravens. Outside of Marquise Brown and Willie Snead the Ravens don’t have much that they can count on. There is no way that Eric DeCosta can go through the offseason without improving the wide receiver position.

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The Ravens got 115 receptions from the wide receiver position. Only 38 of these receptions came from players not named Brown or Snead. The Ravens must add another receiver that teams have to worry about opposite of Brown. The rest of the Ravens offense is basically set and taken care of. Being needing at the wide receiver position is a very familiar problem for Baltimore. Having a young star in the making like Marquise Brown makes a huge difference.

Offensive Line: 7 

The offensive line was surprisingly amazing for the 2019 Ravens. Everything hinges on whether or not Marshal Yanda retires. If Yanda comes back, the Ravens offensive line is set. The only thing DeCosta has to do here is add a little depth and to start looking for the future at the right guard position. Because Patrick Mekari did so well at the center position, the Matt Skura injury isn’t a major concern.

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