3 Questions worth asking after Day 9 of Ravens training camp: Is the depth chart too thin?

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3. Should the Ravens be concerned about the offensive "struggles"?

If you ask Head Coach John Harbaugh, the answer would be a resounding "No."

Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic discussed the "frustration" that the offense went through on Friday, including the now-infamous couple of moment at which Lamar Jackson punted a football and Mark Andrews flashed a middle finger to the referee.

That said, Zrebiec pointed out that "the offense registered a rare win over the defense, at least according to the scoring system devised by head coach John Harbaugh and his staff."

That comment is correct, considering HC Harbaugh said after practice that in fact the offensive side of the ball beat the defense on Friday and that the "frustration" some players showed at times is "a reflection of their perfectionism."

"They’re chasing perfection, and that’s what you want to see from your players," Harbaugh started. "When your players take that mindset, you’re going to have a chance."

So, no need to panic yet when it comes to the struggles of some players such as most starting rushers and the borderline-53-man-roster wideouts.

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