Ranking Top 5 QBs Baltimore Ravens will face in 2024 season

The Ravens will play a half-dozen elite quarterbacks
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The Baltimore Ravens are gearing up for another run at a Super Bowl, as Lamar Jackson will instantly give them a chance to take down any team in the league. Jackson will need to be at the top of his game next season for them to have any shot of getting through their schedule without too many scars.

After winning the AFC North last season, Baltimore was cursed with the second-toughest schedule in the league, playing 10 different teams who made the playoffs last year. Many of these teams will be led by high-end quarterbacks Jackson will need to outduel.

The Ravens have plenty of marquee matchups on the ledger this season, but fans need to circle games with these five fellow MVP candidates. Baltimore will find out just how good they are as a team when they have to face off against an assembly line of high-end passers, likely in primetime.

Ranking Top 5 QBs the Baltimore Ravens will face in 2024 season

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5. Dak Prescott, Dallas Cowboys

Prescott is always a hot name when it comes to debating how good he truly is, but anyone who doesn't have their brain constantly plugged into the morning argument shows can see he is clearly a Top 10 quarterback in the league. Dallas' offense may not have as much sting next year, but Dak is still deadly.

4. Justin Herbert, Los Angeles Chargers

Herbert will have the misfortune of playing in a Greg Roman offense with poor wide receiver talent, but his bazooka of an arm and prolific downfield accuracy should be more than enough to stretch a very talented Baltimore defense thin.

3. Joe Burrow, Cincinnati Bengals

Burrow may be a thorn in Baltimore's side and the target of a ceaseless deluge of ire from Ravens fans, but it's impossible to deny his talent. The Ravens know they will need to keep Cincinnati in a position of weakness if they want to take home another division crown, and they may need to beat Burrow twice to do so.

2. Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills

Allen may not have broken through in the playoffs just yet, but he is one of the game's most special players. Even in a compromised state, Allen's blend of arm talent and playmaking with his legs will be a headache for any defensive coordinator.

1. Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs

Until Mahomes is dethroned atop the NFL's totem pole of quarterbacks, it's his Super Bowl to lose every year. Both Jackson and Mahomes have pulled off tremendous wins against one another in the past, and 2024 is setting the stage for even more greatness on display.