The Baltimore Ravens must be improved on offense in 2010 but only if quarterback Joe Flacco comes back healthy. He is coming off a torn ACL and MCL he suffered late last season and it takes some players longer than others to recuperate from those kinds of injuries.
Flacco has plenty of weapons to throw to led by Steve Smith, Kamar Aiken Mike Wallace, Breshad Perriman, Jeremy Butler and Keenan Reynolds. The running game should be solid with Kenneth Dixon, Justin Forsett, and Buck Allen as the top three and the tight ends are solid with Crockett Gillmore, Maxx Williams and Benjamin Watson. The offensive line looks solid with Ronnie Stanley, Marshal Yanda, Eugene Monroe, Jeremy Zuttah and Ricky Wagner.
Baltimore Ravens Predictions
It had been a huge shock to see the Ravens struggle so much in 2015 so a big rebound should be in store in 2016. The Ravens still have a great head coach in John Harbaugh, a big play offense that needs to be better still now with the addition of Mike Wallace and a defense that needs to be improved with the addition of Eric Weddle. We’ll search for the Ravens to complete with a winning record in 2016 and make the playoffs.
2016 Baltimore Ravens Regular Season Schedule
Sept. 11, Buffalo Bills
Sept. 18, at Cleveland Browns
Sept. 25, at Jacksonville Jaguars
Oct. 2, Oakland Raiders
Oct. 9, Washington Redskins
Oct. 16, at New York Giants
Oct. 23, at New York Jets
Nov. 6, Pittsburgh Steelers
Nov. 10, Cleveland Browns (Thu)
Nov. 20, at Dallas Cowboys
Nov. 27, Cincinnati Bengals
Dec. 4, Miami Dolphins
Dec. 12, at New England Patriots (Mon)
Dec. 18, Philadelphia Eagles
Dec. 25, at Pittsburgh Steelers
Jan. 1, at Cincinnati Bengals