After an exciting draft, we finally feel like the 2021 season is in full gear. Now we know who the Ravens valued the most in this draft to make a part of our franchise going forward. We discuss how the picks can contribute to this year and beyond.
Although the Ravens defense is pretty loaded when it comes to starters, the Ravens need to become younger and refill the stable due to some losses in free agency. We discuss the players we think would make sense for the Ravens to pick up. Note, this episode was recorded before the Orlando Brown Jr trade. We’ll discuss that and how the Ravens used those picks in the draft recap.
As we close in on the NFL Draft, we take a look at the draft prospects on offense that most excite us as potential new Ravens. What draft capital do you think the Ravens will spend on offense and on which players?
To celebrate our 100th show we decided to go backwards in time and look back on the first season we watched as fans, the 2000 Super Bowl run, with our special guest, Peter’s father! Thanks so much for listening to our show and we’re excited for the next 100+ episodes!
The Ravens were quick to sign Kevin Zeitler to kick off the tampering period and improve their offensive line. We also managed to bring back Tyus Bowser, Pernell McPhee, and Derek Wolfe. That said, there are still many other holes Ravens fans want the team to fill in the coming weeks. We give our perspectives on the process so far.
For this episode we discuss the positions the Ravens might add some extra talent to round out an already excellent defense. We discuss the personnel that would enable defensive packages the Ravens couldn’t reliably play last year. Where do you think we’ll make signings?
In this episode we breakdown who is currently available in free agency and discuss where we’d like to see the Ravens bolster their Super Bowl ready team. Which players would you like us to sign and for how long? Let us know on Twitter or email us!
Since we last recorded the Ravens have added 7 new coaches to the staff so we discuss them as well as the Orlando Brown Jr trade rumors. We then talk about the most improved and most disappointing players, rank the rookies, and relive the top moments of the year.
Another season without the Lombardi. We try and discuss the ugly, bad, and the good of the game but there is a healthy dose of overall reflection too. Sadly, this game was a summary of all of the season’s concerns.