In 2014 Joe Flacco had the best year of his career, throwing for 27 Touchdowns, 12 Interceptions, and 3,914 yards. With all five starters on the offensive line, Steve Smith Sr., and Justin Forsett returning, Crockett Gillmore, Kyle Juszczyk, Marlon Brown, Kamar Aiken, and Michael Campanaro all coming back with a year of experience, and new weapons in Breshad Perriman, Maxx Williams, Javorius Allen, Nick Boyle, and Darren Waller, it's not unrealistic to see Joe reaching new highs in 2015 and making it to the Pro Bowl.
Kelechi Osemele was rated as one of the best offensive guards in the NFL in 2015. If fully healthy he should be able to get voted to the Pro Bowl.
Yanda is the best offensive guard in the NFL. No surprise here.
Williams played at an extremely high level in 2014. Now that he will be the full time starter at Nose Tackle for the Ravens, he should get national recognition.
Mosley looks like he's going to be one of the next great inside linebackers. No surprise here.
Suggs is still one of the best outside linebackers in the league. He should be able to make it here again.
When he was healthy he was playing at the same level as Richard Sherman, Patrick Peterson, and Darrelle Revis. If he stays healthy in 2015 he should be able to make the Pro Bowl.
The most accurate kicker in the NFL shouldn't have trouble making it to the Pro Bowl.
The Ravens should have plenty of players who perform at a Pro Bowl level in 2015. Hopefully, none of them will be able to attend the Pro Bowl in 2015.