Baltimore Ravens Bye Week Questions


The Ravens are just coming  off a dominating win against the  New York Jets and  what better way to go to a bye  with not only a  chance to  rest your body/ be with your family but also a  record of 3-1/leaders of the AFC North. The Ravens seem to be on the right track and to think that the progress of this team will only get better with growth of the young & veteran’s players should be exciting to see once everything comes together.


I have some questions that will probably be answered once the raven’s bye week is over (you should see them listed below) :


1) Who will be the Ravens number three wide out?

 Ravens fans may think that it should be undoubtfully Torrey Smith and its only right to think such things but there are some other talented wide outs waiting in the wings like David Reed, Laquan Williams, and Tandon Doss. I believe the ravens should do a rotation when it comes to the third wide out position at least doing game time situation because it probably can confuse opposing defenses.

2) Will Tandon Doss ever gets his chance to shine this year?

I was very happy when The Ravens drafted Tandon Doss in the fourth round and he was even the player I predicted the ravens will draft in my mock draft months ago. Tandon Doss is said to be similar to an Anquan Boldin/Derrick Mason but just faster/younger but since he has had wide outs like Lee Evans, Torrey Smith, and Laquan Williams in front of him it hasn't been often for him to see the field. Tandon Doss was said to be a steal when the ravens drafted him in the fourth round because he was stated as second round type player and etc.


3)  Will Anquan Boldin and Joe Flacco chemistry improve?

Anquan Boldin is clearly The Ravens number one wide out but it seems like the chemistry between him and Joe Flacco is still a work in progress. Anquan Boldin and Joe Flacco chemistry is a lot better than last year but there still a lot of work to be done between the two.Boldin has looked good so far and so has Joe Flacco but better chemistry will be a benefit for the offense as the season goes forward


4) How will Lee Evans turn out this year?

Lee Evans was bought in to help the ravens stretch the field but so far his impact on field has been limited because of his ankle injury but he should be back after the bye week.  Evans will most likely help The Ravens offense become better and give Flacco a wide out he's more comfortable with.


5) How will Paul Kruger, Pernell Mcphee, and Arthur Jones develop?


Just about all of these guys have made plays on the defense so far but it should be interesting to see how they progress as the season goes forward.


6) How will Ladarius Webb and Cary Williams develop this year?

Ladarius Webb and Cary Williams are coming off very good performance against the New York Jets by shutting down the Ravens killers (Santonio Holmes and Plaxico Burgess) and if they can get better from their performance against The Jets then the secondary will be in even better shape.

The opinions posted here are those of the administrator of this blog and his loyal readers. They are in no way official comments from the team, and should not be misconstued as such, even though he thinks he could do just as well or even a better job!

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