That’s a credit to general manager Eric DeCosta, the Ravens coaching staff, and the players themselves for making this organization one of the very best in the NFL.
Of course, not every position group on the team is stacked.
The Ravens pass rush is pretty thin with a collection of role players and unproven talents making up a lackluster group, at least on paper.
Although improved in the offseason, the Ravens’ wide receiver room is far from the best the league has to offer. Even with the additions of Rashod Bateman and Sammy Watkins, it remains a work in progress.
The Ravens have holes, but what team doesn’t?
And at the same time, they have a number of position groups that are not only among the NFL’s best, but have a legitimate claim to be the top unit in the league.
When looking at these position groups, it’s no wonder that the Ravens boast one of the best rosters in the NFL.
Let’s take a look at three Ravens position groups that could very well be better than every other team.