A day after they set a team record for total yards of offense, the big question in Baltimore is whether the Ravens’ offensive philosophy has shifted.
One game into the season, it’s too early to tell, but it’s not an unreasonable question. Not when a team typically known for its defense throws for 307 yards and runs for another 198, gains a franchise-best 32 first downs, and scores five touchdowns, not one off of a turnover.
“This is a new year, a new offense, a new mentality, [and} everything starts over,” said wide receiver Mark Clayton. “And we are kind of reformed or remaking ourselves and to be able to throw the ball down the field, it’s fun, one, and its puts points on the board, two. The last time I checked, the team wit ...
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