With offseason camps heating up and the Ravens continuing to make moves with their roster, news is flying quickly around 1 Winning Drive this week. If you don't live on this site, you could have easily missed some of our top stories for the week. Fear not, because here is a list of what you might have missed out on.
The Greatest Leader in the 20th Century
Yitzi Weiss wrote that Ray Lewis is easily one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century. With praise coming from former coach Jack Del Rio, we looked at the role of our favorite linebacker as a leader and player.
Top 10 Scariest Position Groups
The Ravens find themselves in yet another top 10 list. This time it is for the scariest position groups in the entire NFL, where Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil lead the Ravens' edge rushers to make the cut.
Don't Underestimate Justin Forsett
Yitzi Weiss looks at the stats and analysis behind the Ravens top running back. Through his yards per attempt, his pass protection and even as a receiver, Forsett presents a multi dimensional back for the Ravens.
Justin Forsett Appears on NFL Top 100 List
Ravens' running back Justin Forsett got his first Pro Bowl nod and finds himself ranked in the top 100 players in the NFLfor the first time. Ahead of other famous Ravens like Terrell Suggs, Marshall Yanda and Joe Flacco; it comes as a little bit of a surprise and with a lot of praise.
Wide Receiver Michael Campanaro Goes Down Again
Michael Campanaro is the first true injury for the Ravens this offseason, tearing his quadriceps. We found out yesterday that he'll miss OTAs but should be back in time for training camp.
Ray McDonald Apparently Didnt Learn From Ray Rice's Issues
With Ray McDonald seeing the inside of a cop car yet again this week (and again after that sadly), Daniel Park looked at exactly what the NFL and it's teams are doing to shield themselves from critique and how the players must not have learned from former Raven Ray Rice's debacle last offseason.
Ravens Most Likely To Break Out In 2015
Every year there is a player that steps his game up to the next level and becomes a household name. Matthew Stevens looked at some of the guys that might be able to do that in 2015.
Steelers Won't Repeat As AFCN Champs
Gil Brandt feels that the Pittsburgh Steelers won't be the AFC North champs again in 2015. Pointing to the Baltimore Ravens as their likely successor, we look at why the Ravens should top the Steelers this season.
Is Kamar Aiken The 'Next Big Thing'?
Nathan Beaucage shows Kamar Aiken's bad luck over his career and shows how he might find his feet in 2015 and take over the third wide receiver duties.