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  1. Baltimore Ravens 2019 Offseason Tracker

    Offense (23) QB (3): Lamar Jackson / Robert Griffin III / Trace McSorley RB (4): Mark Ingram / Gus Edwards / Kenneth Dixon / Justice Hill WR (5): Marquise Brown / Miles Boykin / Willie Snead / Chris Moore / Seth Roberts TE (3): Nick Boyle / Mark Andrews / Hayden Hurst OT (3): Ronnie Stanley / Orlando Brown / James Hurst OG (3): Marshal Yanda / Jermaine Eluemunor / Ben Powers C (2): Matt Skura / Bradley Bozeman Defense (27) DL (7): Brandon Williams / Michael Pierce / Chris Wormley / Willie Henry / Daylon Mack / Gerald Willis / Pat Ricard (FB) OLB (5): Matt Judon / Tim Williams / Tyus Bowser / Jaylon Ferguson / Pernell McPhee ILB (3): Patrick Onwuasor / Kenny Young / Chris Board CB (7): Jimmy Smith / Marlon Humphrey / Brandon Carr / Anthony Averett / Maurice Canady / Justin Bethel / Cyrus Jones (PR) S (5): Earl Thomas / Tony Jefferson / Chuck Clark / Anthony Levine / Deshon Elliot ST (3) K: Justin Tucker P: Sam Koch LS: Morgan Cox PS: De'Lance Turner / Jaleel Scott / Antoine Wesley / Patrick Mekari / Greg Senat / Zach Seiler / Otaro Alaka / Iman Marshall IR: Tavon Young This is the best I can do. Maybe the DL or CB group could be thinned a bit (Willis, Canady, or Bethel most likely). I don't see Iman Marshall as being one of the best 53 so far. My guess is the Ravens will add an LG from another team at some point.
  2. I'm not even sure he's eligible for PS anymore. His last college season was 2015. He was on the GB practice squad during 2016-17. He's also been signed and cut by PHI, NO, CLE, and TB over the past few years (also cut by GB a few times). He's had plenty of chance to stick and never was able to do so. It's not like he hasn't played well in the preseason before either, his 2016 with the Packers he was quite good. I don't see a couple of throws he makes for the Ravens in the 4th quarter of preseason games really changing the league-wide opinion of him.
  3. I rewatched Mekari during the 2nd quarter. The guy has good feet and can pull and pass protect, but man is his functional strength low. Can't hardly move anyone in the run game. I'd give him a year to bulk up and see if he can get stronger, because I don't see him standing up any starting DTs this year.
  4. I didn't watch all of his snaps, but Mekari looked really good on some plays and bad on others. On a rushing play in the second quarter he was just tossed aside like nothing and the D-lineman got the RB in the backfield.
  5. Damn McPhee looked pretty quick out there on the edge chasing the RB.
  6. Gamepass is great. If you can't catch the game Sunday afternoon, they have the replay ready to stream around 8pm EST Sunday night.
  7. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    I thought when the Ravens signed McPhee and Shane Ray, that was a bigger indictment of Bowser and Williams than anything the media said. Because the media really doesn't know anything, whereas the coaches and FO are looking at everything the players do with a fine tooth comb.
  8. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    I take anything said by coaches during the preseason with a grain of salt, good or bad.
  9. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    I think you are placing way too much emphasis on a couple of quotes and random/imprecise information to make an accurate assessment of Judon at this stage.
  10. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    Yes! Best outcome is that Judon racks up 15 sacks this year, and the Ravens have his replacement ready and a 3rd round comp pick.
  11. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    I see, so people are mad at Judon because he gets more playing time than hyped young players like Bowser and Williams (and probably Correa too). Well if Bowser and Williams performed better in practice, then they would get playing time over Judon. It's nice for Bowser and Williams to have potential, but if they can't earn their way on the field, they don't deserve to get defensive snaps. Harbaugh is not going to sacrifice the quality of the defense so that young guys might improve.
  12. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    If Judon fails to perform this year, he will be well deserving of criticism. But not all veteran players need to dominate in camp. For some it is about getting their mind and body ready to roll on game 1 of the regular season. Judon has performed well enough in 3 years to earn the benefit of the doubt, IMO. Let's see where he's at vs. the Dolphins on September 8.
  13. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    Judon's first 3 years have been far superior to the first 3 years of Za'Darius Smith, Correa, Upshaw, John Simon, Pernell McPhee, Kindle, and Kruger. It looks like his first 3 will also be superior to Bowser and Tim Williams as well. In fact, I would argue of all the Ravens OLB draftees, has had the best 3 year start to his career since Suggs. And people think he's just going to wet the bed once the season starts? As if he hasn't been busting his *** to get from Grand Valley State to starting OLB of the Ravens.
  14. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    Based on what evidence? We haven't seen any games yet.
  15. OTA/Camp Observations 2019

    The person who has the most to lose BY FAR for not performing is Matt Judon. The amount of pressure that the media can put on him for not performing is utterly insignificant compared to the pressure he faces in his actual life. I haven't heard anything about how Judon has been dogging it in practice or showing up out of shape. Until I see evidence that he isn't putting forth max effort, I don't see what you can be critical of. Maybe you are imagining Judon has a much higher ceiling than he has in reality.
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