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The legalization of Sports Betting is now on the docket of the Supreme Court

“Sticks” Jalen Smith is on his way to College Park in 2018. Maybe Maryland’s biggest get in a decade.

Turgeon quietly on a great rebuilding jaunt

Terrapin Lacrosse loses Def Coach Kevin Conry to Michigan—Hunt is on for replacement

Under Armour All America Lacrosse Game at Johnny U Stadium this weekend

Coach Durkin up to 13 recruits for 2018

Florida takes College World Series over LSU

espn.com power ranks the Ravens as #19

19. Baltimore Ravens

Biggest strength: Marshal Yanda is the league’s best guard and might be the best overall offensive lineman. He switched from right to left guard midway through last season and didn’t skip a beat, allowing just six total pressures.

Biggest weakness: The Ravens’ top weakness might be the player lining up next to Yanda — right tackle James Hurst. Though he didn’t give up a sack in 305 snaps last season, he allowed 14 total pressures and has consistently graded poorly as both a run- and pass-blocker.

By the numbers: Quarterback Joe Flacco‘s 71.4 PFF grade ranked 25th in the league last season. It marked the second consecutive season he posted a career-low grade. Though Jeremy Maclin helps, the Ravens’ offense still lacks weapons. Flacco needs to reverse this decline if Baltimore hopes to contend in the AFC North.

 

 

Bruce Posner, Pro Sports, Radio Shows, Ravens, Terp Talk
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