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  1. Daniel Jeremiah's Mock #1

    That board/draft would send Nasir Adderley to the Ravens. I can get behind that. A safety who can play deep or an oline would be the most obvious needs for the Ravens. If an interior pass rusher at dline falls, that player could get a look as well.
  2. Baltimore Ravens 2019 Offseason Tracker

    agreed. I would rather Keep Zardarius Smith and let Judon walk
  3. Baltimore Ravens 2019 Offseason Tracker

    I believe most of us are well aware, that might be the case. We just disagree with that possible decision. While Mosley might get overpaid, the front office could very well view him as the bridge player who prevents that veteran brain drain the Ravens could sustain the next 1-2 years. We could possibly see the following be gone this or the next two years: Suggs, Jimmy Smith, Brandon Carr, Eric Weddle, Tony Jefferson, Levine That would leave Mosley and possibly Brandon Williams as our veterans (barring we don't bring in another veteran). If we leave Mosley from the equation, we would not have any player above 27 on the defense, which is very unlikely.
  4. Offseason Trades

    From reading around the web, it seems some of the teams "interested" is trying to set a discourse, where they are only interested in Flacco if he is released. This could indicate, that our FO will have to do some work to "create" the market for Flacco if we want draft capital from a trade rather than having to cut him. It would be preferable to trade him now, but if we have to wait and get a draft pick(s) for 2020 then I don't think it would be a problem for us.
  5. Baltimore Ravens 2019 Offseason Tracker

    From what I heard from Vikings fans, Barr is a lottery ticket. His play is very up and down and not reliable. I would rather go with someone, where we know what we get from week to week.
  6. Offseason Trades

    I think I wrote it somewhere else, but it will be exciting to see what market there is for Flacco and how he is viewed. As a veteran 3 year solution for a team in win now mode, as a bridge QB as you mentioned or as a veteran piece at QB for a team that is building for the future.
  7. Offseason Trades

    My ability to summarize might be poor, but that doesn't take away the point. Some of us put out a scenario and discussed why that could happen. You then jumped in and said that won't happen, because you read something different on a fan board. If you can't see that, then I guess someone with a better ability to summarize might have difficulties as well explaining the difference. And yes, we all know there will be some cap management for a team interested in flacco, but with the increased cap space, it becomes easier for teams to fit players under the cap.
  8. Baltimore Ravens 2019 Offseason Tracker

    The year 1 and year 2 Mosley was fast and a sideline to sideline linebacker who could blow up screens, take on double teams and cover. Injuries and the +100 tackles he has produced since he was with Alabama have made him slower which affects his play. The technique, work ethic, leadership, play recognition is there, but he lacks the burst to be a player who warrant a top tier ILB contract. My bet is Mosley will get paid and he will be productive and reliable for several years going forward, and if the Ravens pay him so be it - but it will be dollars he earned from his first years of play with us, and unlikely his play going forward.
  9. Completely disagree, Derwin James has this season played like a top safety and did it at multiple positions. Of course the draft is also reviewed in hindsight, but we missed out on a talent we shouldn't have missed on. We are a team with great depth but no playmakers and we didn't help ourselves
  10. 2018 CFB/2019 Draft Prospects

    Only good comparison I have seen is Darrell Henderson = faster MJD. I think Love is the only one lasting to round 3-5, Montgomery has late 1. potential and Henderson has 2. round pick written all over him. Imo we have to find the big play guy outside of those two, but I hope Henderson could be there for us.
  11. Mornhinweg Out as Offensive Coordinator, Roman In

    Chargers felt apart fast like we did. Yesterday Luck was completely off and had a Lamar Jackson kind of game. Weird how Ravens seem to be the only team who can put up a fight in foxborough
  12. Derwin James was regarded as a young pro bowl talent, Hayden Hurst was never considered such a player. We did outthink ourselves on that one.
  13. DB424 Mock Draft (Posted 1/12/19)

    Holyfield declared. And I can't follow college football unless I buy some ESPN service (I think it is), so I am just beginning to watch the different prospects. I still think the draft is so deep at interior defensive linemen, that we could get a 2. round talent in the 3-4 round, and we should get the best possible oline early, then get the dline and then add complimentary pieces to the offense and defense.
  14. DB424 Mock Draft (Posted 1/12/19)

    Regarding the draft strategy, I think I saw somewhere Eric DeCosta mentioned that we needed to get more explosive. I hope that translates to us looking at players with more speed, especially the skill players on offense. IF we are not going that route on running back, I like what I see from Elijah Holyfield. There is just something about Georgia backs that translates to the NFL.
  15. DB424 Mock Draft (Posted 1/12/19)

    Completely agree with the bolded part. And one thing I don't think I wrote very well, was that Redwine can play faster and has more range than what that video showed. I think he is a guy who will test well. More than Savage I think there is some potential with Redwine that haven't been developed yet.