State of every NFL team after free agency - Pro Football Focus
Key Players Added
CB Tavon Young (62.7), TE Nick Boyle (68.5), RB Mark Ingram (79.4), S Earl Thomas (91.3)
Key Players Lost
QB Joe Flacco (72.0), ED Terrell Suggs (70.0), WR Michael Crabtree (63.6), S Eric Weddle (80.7), RB Alex Collins (61.3), ED Za’Darius Smith (71.7), LB C.J. Mosley (73.6) John Brown (64.7)
The Baltimore Ravens are going to look a whole lot different in 2019. While the addition of perennial Pro-Bowl safety Earl Thomas will soften the blow of Eric Weddle‘s departure, you have to wonder about how the team overcomes the loss to their pass rush. After losing defensive leader Terrell Suggs and up-and-coming rusher Za’Darius Smith, the team will simply need to upgrade the edge position in April’s draft.
Returning pass rushers Willie Henry, Tim Williams and Tyus Bowser combined for 3.5 sacks on 363 total snaps (35%) last season.
Top NFL receivers by route in 2018 - William Moy
SLANTS (MIN 10 TARGETS) – LEAGUE AVERAGE WIDE RECEIVER RATING: 94.6
CROSSING ROUTES (MIN 15 TARGETS) – LEAGUE AVERAGE WIDE RECEIVER RATING: 101.3
Former Raven John Brown graded as the fourth best receiver (106.9) on ‘Go’ routes last season.
2019 NFL DRAFT EDGE DEFENDER RANKINGS - Jon Ledyard
1. (Nick) Bosa - Round 1
2. (Brian) Burns - Round 1
3. (Josh) Allen - Round 1
4. (Clelin) Ferrell - Round 2
5. (Montez) Sweat - Round 2
6. (Jachai) Polite - Round 2
7. (Chase) Winovich - Mid Day 2
8. (Rashan) Gary - Mid Day 2
9. (Christian) Miller - Mid Day 2
In terms of rush moves, Ledyard’s top five edge defenders are Bosa, Ferrell, Burns, Winovich and Miller.