Yesterday evening, the Baltimore Ravens held questions for PSL owners and the players who were involved in the call were safety Eric Weddle and tight end, Benjamin Watson. When one of the questions asked had to do with how the Ravens organization felt in terms of being Super Bowl contenders, Weddle answered with confidence as he described the mindset for himself and the rest of the team.
Weddle: "We feel this team is close. Last year was an anomaly. When you think of the Ravens, you think of winning."— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 7, 2016
Given the history of this organization especially under head coach John Harbaugh, last year was an anomaly if you are looking at it from a track record perspective. If the Ravens stay healthy, this is a playoff team. Last season if the were healthy, the team would have been an AFC Wild Card contender in my opinion. This season, I have the Ravens going 13-3 barring injuries.
The depth on this roster after the 2016 NFL Draft concluded looks pretty good on paper. The Ravens look like an organization that has enough pieces to contend with the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals, Kansas City Chiefs, and the Denver Broncos.