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  1. #25
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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Culex View Post
    Andrews coming off ankle surgery.. its a B+ for me
    Hes already come back from that injury. Having Likely, as possibly top 10-15 as well, is a luxury that no other team really has. he averaged 3.5R and 54Y as TE1 the last 6 weeks. for a whole season that puts him at 60/918, which would be top 5 production. I dont think hes quite there yet, but when given opportunity hes produced at a high level. I dont see how that group is anything but A+.

    Seems youre picking and choosing to include depth at certain positions and not others. Lamar you can argue is an A+, maybe, but the depth there is worse than a good many other teams, including KC who have Wentz. Our TE depth makes us A+ at that position. even if Andrews isnt considered the best, hes still top 5 and we have more behind him thats better than other teams options. You viewed RBs as a group, but seem to be stopping short with other groups. Depth Charts are about depth, not just starters.
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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Andrews isnt really coming off injury.

    He came off an injury in January and played a game. It's 6 months later and he's training with no limitations.
    "Cause if you ainít pissed off for greatness, that just means youíre okay with being mediocre, and ainít no man in here okay with just basic.Ē
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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by GreatWhiteNorthRaven View Post
    Andrews isnt really coming off injury.

    He came off an injury in January and played a game. It's 6 months later and he's training with no limitations.
    Im hesitant with most injuries that require surgery. I need to see him in action one time to feel good about knowing it's still there.





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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Culex View Post
    Im hesitant with most injuries that require surgery. I need to see him in action one time to feel good about knowing it's still there.
    If there was concern you'd be reading about him being limited or working out on a side field.

    The Ravens ahve been very conservative lately and it's usually super obvious if guys are struggling.
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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    https://www.si.com/nfl/ranking-nfl-backup-qbs-2024

    SI ranks back up #2 QBs Ravens are #29 with only
    Jake Haener NO
    Sean Clifford Packers and
    Easton Stick Chargers behind him
    at one point of my life I was exactly Pi years old





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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rxdoxx View Post
    https://www.si.com/nfl/ranking-nfl-backup-qbs-2024

    SI ranks back up #2 QBs Ravens are #29 with only
    Jake Haener NO
    Sean Clifford Packers and
    Easton Stick Chargers behind him
    I agree. The backup QB situation is bad. Josh Johnson should be 3rd string.

    So, just gotta keep Lamar in good shape.





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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rxdoxx View Post
    https://www.si.com/nfl/ranking-nfl-backup-qbs-2024

    SI ranks back up #2 QBs Ravens are #29 with only
    Jake Haener NO
    Sean Clifford Packers and
    Easton Stick Chargers behind him
    Joe Flacco, the #3 best back up in the league

    #Elite

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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle View Post
    Joe Flacco, the #3 best back up in the league

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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by GreatWhiteNorthRaven View Post
    If there was concern you'd be reading about him being limited or working out on a side field.

    The Ravens ahve been very conservative lately and it's usually super obvious if guys are struggling.
    I think I am more concerned with psychological impact of injuries more than anything else





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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Culex View Post
    I think I am more concerned with psychological impact of injuries more than anything else
    Agreed. I just hope that Ojabo can come back without the fear of going 100% because of the fear of injury. How long will this take and will he ever be able to ball out?





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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    I have to say somewhere down the line we will need to pick up another QB as a backup. I don't see Leary as a QB3.

    The question is who will be the QB2 if Lamar goes down because I don't see Johnson as QB2.

    Here's hoping that there will be a decent QB out there in August-September.





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    Re: Grading out the Depth Chart (Offense)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dale View Post
    Agreed. I just hope that Ojabo can come back without the fear of going 100% because of the fear of injury. How long will this take and will he ever be able to ball out?
    saw some clips where he was filling in on the offensive line during drills... anyway


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    John Harbaugh said OLB David Ojabo is expected to be back full-go for 11-on-11 work in training camp.

    Coming off the knee injury, Ojabo has just been doing individual/positional drills.

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