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