Building the all-decade Baltimore Ravens team 2010-2019
Special teams: Justin Tucker, Sam Koch, Morgan Cox, Jacoby Jones
Matt Stover set the bar high for Baltimore Ravens kickers. Justin Tucker has surpassed him and is trending towards being the greatest kicker in NFL history. Tucker is as clutch as they come and has some of the most important kicks in the 2010s for the league entirely. Tucker’s biggest moment was his game-winning 47-yard field goal against the Denver Broncos to send Baltimore to the AFC Championship game.
Sam Koch has been a Baltimore Raven since 2006 and he recently signed an extension. The man is an ageless wonder and one of the league’s top punters. He wasn’t called upon nearly as much in 2019 because of how prolific the offense was, but he was still pinning opposing offenses deep when he did kick it.
Morgan Cox has been the team’s long snapper since 2010. He’s obviously done a good enough job to remain the team’s long snapper this long, but he’s one of the key facets of what gives the Ravens the best special teams unit in the NFL.
To close out the list, we have Jacoby Jones. Jones is one of the most important players in the history of the Baltimore Ravens, as he was on the receiving side of “The Mile High Miracle.” Jones also scored two touchdowns in the Ravens Super Bowl XLVII victory over the San Francisco 49ers, to include a Super Bowl record 109-yard kickoff return touchdown. The Ravens history would be a lot different if Jones never came to Baltimore.