In the spirit of the current conversation on Ravens social media about the 25th Anniversary All Time Ravens Team, we had Ken McKusick of Film Study Baltimore join us to discuss who we’d pick for this dream team. Make sure to check out Ken’s website and podcast. He’s also a great follow on Twitter.
For this week’s episode we looked ahead at the next decade to predict the Ravens most likely to spend a majority of the decade with the team. Using the past two decades of the Ravens as a lens, we discuss the tradeoffs and hard decisions the Ravens will have to make.
Ravens who played the most seasons 2000-2009
- Ray Lewis – 10 seasons (2000-09)
- Chris McAllister – 9 seasons (2000-08)
- Matt Stover – 9 seasons (2000-08)
- Todd Heap – 9 seasons (2001-09)
- Kelly Gregg – 9 seasons (2001-09)
- Jonathan Ogden – 8 seasons (2000-07)
- Ed Reed – 8 seasons (2002-09)
- Mike Flynn – 8 seasons (2000-07)
- Edwin Mulitalo – 7 seasons (2000-06)
- Adalius Thomas – 7 seasons (2000-06)
- Bart Scott – 7 seasons (2002-08)
- Terrell Suggs – 7 seasons (2003-09)
- Jarret Johnson – 7 seasons (2003-09)
Ravens who played the most seasons 2010-2019
- Morgan Cox – 10 seasons (2010-19)
- Sam Koch – 10 seasons (2010-19)
- Marshall Yanda – 10 seasons (2010-19)
- Joe Flacco – 9 seasons (2010-18)
- Terrell Suggs – 9 seasons (2010-18)
- Jimmy Smith – 9 seasons (2011-19)
- Justin Tucker – 8 seasons (2012-19)
- Lardarius Webb – 8 seasons (2010-17)
- Brandon Williams – 7 seasons (2013-19)
- Dennis Pitta – 7 seasons (2010-2016)
This week we took a different perspective than normal and looked at all the other teams in the AFC North to evaluate their rosters and their window of opportunity going forward. Which team are you most scared of this year and going forward?
We wanted to acknowledge the death of George Floyd, a member of the Ravens Flock. We’ve seen the Ravens players and organization stand up against this social injustice and we’re with them too. Too all of our black listeners, your lives matter.
If you’d like to help, here is a link with suggestions.
Ways To Help – Black Lives Matter
We’ve had a chance to digest the Raven’s schedule and go through it game by game to discuss the challenges ahead for the Ravens. With 5 primetime games and several tough opponents, we had a lot to discuss.
We finally got it! An ice cold drink of water in a sports desert – the NFL Draft. The Ravens did not disappoint with one of their most interesting and important drafts. We discuss each pick and what they will bring to the Ravens as well as our overall impressions with how the Ravens did.
Who was your favorite selection? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter!
Get ready for a big episode were we preview the NFL Draft! We talk about the players that excite us as well as who we don’t see fitting in. Afterwards we make a few bets on how the draft will turn out.
We decided to get a bit goofy after the show and record a free Patreon bonus episode about the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcon’s uniforms.
On Monday night the crew was excited to hear about Jimmy Smith returning for at least one more year with the Ravens after the more somber news of Ron Marciniak passing away. We discussed how Jimmy Smith and the Ravens other free agent signings play into the overall offseason strategy for the Ravens.
Thanks to everyone who filled out the Comp Pick Bracket and joined in on the conversation either on Twitter or Reddit. We’re glad you enjoyed it as much as we did.
The Ravens and the rest of the NFL have quickly filled the sports news void created by COVID-19! We discuss the trade for Calais Campbell, Michael Brockers signing, and the clearing of the Hurst Locker.
After that we introduce our fun March Madness replacement, Ravens Comp Pick March Madness. Tweet us your bracket and thoughts @Ravens_ReCAP
52 days before Alec’s upcoming wedding, the crew got together to discuss the bittersweet retirement of an all time Ravens’ legend, Marshal Yanda.
After that we discuss the 3rd and 4th round compensatory picks the Ravens received in this year’s draft by going down memory lane of all the Ravens comp picks over time. We couldn’t find this list anywhere so we made it ourselves! A Ravens ReCAP exclusive!
1996: 6th round: WR James Roe
1997: 6th round: DE Cornell Brown 7th round: QB Wally Richardson
1998: 7th round: TE Cam Quayle
1999: 4th round: G Edwin Mulitalo
2000: No Picks
2001: No Picks
2002: 6th round: WR Javon Hunter, RB Chester Taylor, S Chad Williams
2003: 4th round: FB Ovie Mughelli 5th round: OT Tony Pashos 7th round: OT Mike Mabry, CB Antwoine Sanders
2004: 6th round: WR Clarence Moore 7th round: WR Derek Abney, G Brian Rimpf
2005: 6th round: QB Derek Anderson
2006: 4th round: RB PJ Daniels, 5th round: TE Quinn Sypniewski
2007: 4th round: LB Antwaan Barnes, FB/RB Le’Ron McClain, 5th round: QB Troy Smith , 6th round: LB Prescott Burgess
2008: 3rd round: OT Oniel Cousins 4th round: OT David Hale 6th round: S Haruki Nakamura 7th round: RB Allen Patrick
2009: No Picks
2010: No Picks
2011: 5th round: CB Chykie Brown, LB Pernell McPhee
2012: 4th round: S Christian Thompson 5th round: CB Asa Jackson
2013: 4th round: FB Kyle Juszczyk, 5th round: T Ricky Wagner
2014: 3rd round: TE Crockett Gillmore 4th round: DE Brent Urban, RB Lorenzo Taliaferro 5th round: G John Urshel
2015: 4th round: CB Tray Walker 5th round: TE Nick Boyle, T Robert Myers
2016: 4th round: DT Willie Henry, RB Kenneth Dixon 6th round: CB Maurice Canady
2017: No picks
2018: 6th round: G Bradley Bozeman, T Greg Senat
2019: No Picks
On today’s show we look into the 2020 Free Agency landscape and discuss the team’s top needs. What should we do with Matt Judon? We discuss that and a whole lot more during this episode.
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