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  1. #49

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    2019 Oline -
    Marshall Yanda 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowl
    Ronnie Stanley 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowl
    Orlando Jr 2019 Pro Bowl
    Boze, Mekari, Powers, Hurst

    enabled the below

    John Harbaugh 2019 NFL Coach of the Year
    Greg Roman 2019 NFL Assistant Coach of the Year
    Lamar Jackson Week 1: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 9: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 10: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 12: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 15 AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    November: AFC Offensive Player of the Month
    Week 1: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    Week 6: FedEx Ground Player of the Week
    Week 10: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    Week 12: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    2019: FedEx Air Player of the Year
    Sporting News Offensive Player of the Year
    Pro Bowl (2019)
    2019 All-Pro Team
    Pro Bowl Offensive MVP (2019)
    NFL MVP

    Relative to finding a QB, WR, Pass Rush, or man DB's. spending high picks on OLine is pretty "safe" project to have this offseason for the Baltimore Ravens. Even if Dline doesnt get fully replenshied this year thats ok. They nail 1-2 Draft Picks on Oline find some depth or even a trade for a high end talent. Make the Oline+TE's+Pat a downhill group again, with a nice mix of youth and veteran. Everything else will fix half these complaints will just meltaway when the line is good again.

    I dont think Boyle is making it back anywhere near what he was. I really hope they can find another TE as stout and as talented with reliable hands and even ok moves. Losing Boyle has been underrated around here IMO. He was a part of so much of everything they did in 2019.





  2. #50

    Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    #1 if I was John Harbaugh.

    Resign!

    This would allow new coaches to be brought in and would immediately get rid of Roman anyway by default so itís really only changing one thing.


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    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Quote Originally Posted by AQKingRaven View Post
    2019 Oline -
    Marshall Yanda 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowl
    Ronnie Stanley 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowl
    Orlando Jr 2019 Pro Bowl
    Boze, Mekari, Powers, Hurst

    enabled the below

    John Harbaugh 2019 NFL Coach of the Year
    Greg Roman 2019 NFL Assistant Coach of the Year
    Lamar Jackson Week 1: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 9: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 10: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 12: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 15 AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    November: AFC Offensive Player of the Month
    Week 1: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    Week 6: FedEx Ground Player of the Week
    Week 10: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    Week 12: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    2019: FedEx Air Player of the Year
    Sporting News Offensive Player of the Year
    Pro Bowl (2019)
    2019 All-Pro Team
    Pro Bowl Offensive MVP (2019)
    NFL MVP

    Relative to finding a QB, WR, Pass Rush, or man DB's. spending high picks on OLine is pretty "safe" project to have this offseason for the Baltimore Ravens. Even if Dline doesnt get fully replenshied this year thats ok. They nail 1-2 Draft Picks on Oline find some depth or even a trade for a high end talent. Make the Oline+TE's+Pat a downhill group again, with a nice mix of youth and veteran. Everything else will fix half these complaints will just meltaway when the line is good again.

    I dont think Boyle is making it back anywhere near what he was. I really hope they can find another TE as stout and as talented with reliable hands and even ok moves. Losing Boyle has been underrated around here IMO. He was a part of so much of everything they did in 2019.
    I wish they would take your advice





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    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    sign Hayden Hurst and draft that center from Iowa





  5. #53

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Quote Originally Posted by GullyGill View Post
    sign Hayden Hurst and draft that center from Iowa
    Hayden Hurst?!





  6. #54

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Quote Originally Posted by GullyGill View Post
    sign Hayden Hurst and draft that center from Iowa
    Linderbaum would be great but I have him going to the Giants before he even smells the chicken wings stuck to BC's sister in laws moustache.





  7. Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Quote Originally Posted by Iamjacks View Post
    Imagine that you are Harbaugh

    You know the offense isn't working exactly like you want.

    You need to make changes

    You have little time to make them and you can only make so many changes to be incorporated that the players and coaches can implement.

    What do you do?

    State the one change you would make to the Ravens offense to transform it and what would it produce to deliver the Ravens a superbowl next year

    Notes:

    Needs to be realistic - you aren't getting Rodgers or McVeigh or Roman going west coast (really everyone should plan on Roman staying to be perfectly realistic)

    Needs to be one change - can't fire Roman and get players (that's two changes - even though it might be realistic, two changes are not part of this exercise)
    State what

    So what do you do? Fire Roman, Lamar footwork, top TE, FIRE Urban, what one thing?

    OK roll with it

    State the one change you would make to the Ravens offense to transform it and what would it produce to deliver the Ravens a superbowl next year
    .
    Add a top running QB to the backfield with Lamar. Malik Willis as a RB/QB.

    There really isn't any need for anything in particular. The Oline needs help, but there is no "one thing" there.

    There were so many injuries, and the Ravens still won. Then Lamar got hurt and the Ravens just lost a ton.

    If there are fewer injuries, the Ravens will have a better team out there, will win more games by larger margins. And the Ravens should have backups who either can win, or can play another position.





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    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Quote Originally Posted by Culex View Post
    Linderbaum would be great but I have him going to the Giants before he even smells the chicken wings stuck to BC's sister in laws moustache.
    BC's sister in law is second only to Norm's Vera in my book. Vera was a standing character in the Cheers TV sitcom for all you young whipper snappers, back when Kirsty Alley was hot.





  9. #57

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Put Lamar under center more. It will help his mechanics and help him be more consistent with his foot work





  10. #58

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Add an explosive RB who DE's fear will get to the edge and who LBs fear will turn the corner.

    In other words, hope that Dobbins can be who we thought he can be.

    This relieves tackles from some pass rush edge pressure, forces LBs to cheat outside, and thereby creates more space/wider lanes in the middle of the OL for either Lighting Lamar or Thunder Gus to exploit.

    The team could not hit home runs in the running game this year. No fear of quick strike, long play that either scored (best case scenario), changed field position (good scenario), or made for better down-distance opportunities.

    he running game felt cramped in the box and plodding. DE's and LBs crashed down without paying a price for their aggressiveness.

    I'll take a healthy Dobbins.
    Gravy, herbs, crust, carrots -- all nice. But Lamar is the meat and Dobbins is the potatoes.
    Last edited by Forgettable1; 01-20-2022 at 09:27 PM.





  11. #59

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Quote Originally Posted by AQKingRaven View Post
    2019 Oline -
    Marshall Yanda 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowl
    Ronnie Stanley 2019 All-Pro and Pro Bowl
    Orlando Jr 2019 Pro Bowl
    Boze, Mekari, Powers, Hurst

    enabled the below

    John Harbaugh 2019 NFL Coach of the Year
    Greg Roman 2019 NFL Assistant Coach of the Year
    Lamar Jackson Week 1: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 9: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 10: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 12: AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    Week 15 AFC Offensive Player of the Week
    November: AFC Offensive Player of the Month
    Week 1: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    Week 6: FedEx Ground Player of the Week
    Week 10: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    Week 12: FedEx Air Player of the Week
    2019: FedEx Air Player of the Year
    Sporting News Offensive Player of the Year
    Pro Bowl (2019)
    2019 All-Pro Team
    Pro Bowl Offensive MVP (2019)
    NFL MVP

    Relative to finding a QB, WR, Pass Rush, or man DB's. spending high picks on OLine is pretty "safe" project to have this offseason for the Baltimore Ravens. Even if Dline doesnt get fully replenshied this year thats ok. They nail 1-2 Draft Picks on Oline find some depth or even a trade for a high end talent. Make the Oline+TE's+Pat a downhill group again, with a nice mix of youth and veteran. Everything else will fix half these complaints will just meltaway when the line is good again.

    I dont think Boyle is making it back anywhere near what he was. I really hope they can find another TE as stout and as talented with reliable hands and even ok moves. Losing Boyle has been underrated around here IMO. He was a part of so much of everything they did in 2019.
    I was saying all offseason that we needed another TE because Boyle wasn't coming back. Josh Oliver obviously wasn't enough. Bringing Hurst back for the right price makes sense. I don't care what he did in Atlanta. Different offense with different weapons. He works here.

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  12. #60

    Re: Incorporate one change to Ravens offense to transform it

    Great Running QBs have early success than the league figures them out, if they cant win from the pocket they cant win SBs , look at history, history repeats itself, Lamar will never win a SB time to move on, seems the Ravens maybe thinking the same, play 5th year option out, Lamar said there have been NO serious contract talks sounds like Ravens donít think they have a franchise QB, he is more Baker than Allen
    Quote Originally Posted by DelaWhereRaven View Post
    Joe. We love you....We'll be putting you into the ROH once you retire. Right now we know you are bitter, but time heals all wounds.

    Have to ask......Statistically, the offense has dramatically improved over the last several years. What do you contribute that to? Roman, Running backs, offensive line, something else?





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