Are there really 96 players in the NFL better than Joe Flacco? I don’t think so.
The Ravens have gone with defense lately in the first round of the draft. They haven’t taken an offensive player in the first round since selecting tackle Michael Oher in 2009.
We’ve discussed why the Ravens will likely draft either a wide receiver or cornerback at No. 26. As we continue to examine their options, here are some positions they are unlikely to draft at No.
Will the Ravens finally take an offensive player with their first pick in the draft? If so, it would break a recent trend.