Quarterback: Joe Flacco, Tyrod Taylor
Analysis: No brainer here, this has been the norm for 3 consecutive years.
Analysis: First two spots of the depth chart are set, and Allen is the superior special teams player of the rest.
Analysis: First time the Ravens will carry two fullbacks in the Leach era, but Juszczyk is more versatile that just a fullback.
Analysis: After Dickson, this is up for grabs. The Ravens typically like 3 TEs, and Bajema has a year more experience in our system than newly acquired Shiancoe. Furstenburg is the best receiving TE after Dickson.
Analysis: The first 4 are pretty much guaranteed roster spots and are competing for playing time. I'm going with Mellette because he has the most potential of the rest and has physicality, which our corp is severely lacking without Boldin. Streeter is big and fast, but is not talented enough to make the roster and Williams' time is up.
Analysis: The starting spots are set, Shipley is a high quality back up, Reid is versatile, Wagner has great potential, and the coaches love Cornell.
Offense Total: 25
Analysis: Elam and Huff will start, with Idedigbo getting serious playing time. The Ravens like to carry 4 safeties, which will leave last year's preseason hero and undrafted free agent Brown verses former fourth round pick and suspended safety Christian Thompson.
Analysis: One of the Raven's deepest positions, Anthony has been impressive so far in camp and Lee could be another big bodied corner the Ravens covet. Asa Jackson has left much to be desired.
Analysis: Perhaps the most anticipated position of the upcoming season, these outside linebackers are bursting with talent. Our backups would start on most teams.... Paul Who?
Analysis: An overhauled position from last year, these four should make the team under the assumption Jameel McClain does not get cleared. If he does, somebody is losing their spot.
Analysis: The Terrance Cody saga finally ends. Ngata is healthy. Canty and Spears give a veteran aspect to this talented defensive line.
Defensive Total: 25
Kicker: Justin Tucker
Analysis: Tucker went 30 for 33 as a rookie and made some clutch kicks in the playoffs.
Punter: Sam Koch
Analysis: His averages fell a bit last year, but Koch is still a high caliber punter.
Long Snapper: Morgan Cox
Analysis: No news is good news for a long snapper. When was the last time you heard about Morgan Cox?
Specialists Total: 3